As a newly qualified doctor in the early years of the NHS, Anthony Ryle co-
In his research he focused in particular on the process and outcome of psychotherapy, and developed an integrated approach to its practice which he called Cognitive Analytic Therapy. This is now widely available in the NHS, as well as in some private and voluntary organisations in the UK and abroad.
His publications include: Introducing cognitive analytic therapy: principles and practice -
Annabel worked for several years as a research officer in Birkbeck College History department (University of London), and later taught computing techniques for historians to MA students in History and History of Art. She completed a doctorate on early-
Many of the ideas in Rye Spirits were first aired in the article 'Witchcraft, politics and "good neighbourhood" in early seventeenth century Rye', Past & Present 133 (Nov. 1991): 31-
She also co-
*'Slander accusations and social control in late 16th and early 17th century England, with particular reference to Rye, Sussex, 1590-
Alex King studied Fine Art and, later, History, and has worked in various capacities in libraries and archives in London and Cambridge. He is also an active photographer. He is the author of Memorials of the Great War in Britain: the symbolism and politics of remembrance (Berg, 1998), and articles on topics related to this. The Times Literary Supplement published his essay ‘A Master for Life -