David Hudson grew up in the United Kingdom, and moved to Texas in 1991. He now studies and teaches British and Irish history at Texas A&M University. His scholarship focuses principally on the centuries-long relationship between Britain and Ireland and on Britain's many attempts to govern and administer Ireland effectively - particularly over the course of the last two hundred years. Dr. Hudson is a past President of the Western Conference on British Studies (WCBS).
- Ph.D. in History, Texas A&M University - (College Station, Texas, United States) 1998
- M.A. in History, Sam Houston State University - (Huntsville, Texas, United States) 1993
- B.A. in Theology and Religious Studies, University of Bristol - (Bristol, United Kingdom) 1983
- Hudson, D (2015). Charity and the Great Hunger in Ireland: The Kindness of Strangers. By Christine Kinealy. (London, England: Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2013. Pp. x, 414. $130.00.). The Historian. 77(4), 839-840.
- Dunning, C., & Hudson, D (2013). The Transportation of Irish Swordsmen to Sweden and Russia and plantation in Ulster (1609-1613). Archivium Hibernicum. 66, 422-453.
- Hudson, D (2011). T. K. Wilson. Frontiers of Violence: Conflict and Identity in Ulster and Upper Silesia, 1918–1922. Oxford Historical Monographs. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. Pp. 259. $115.00 (cloth).. Journal of British Studies. 50(3), 783-784.
- Hudson, D (2009). Ireland: Contested Ideas of Nationalism and History. By Hugh F. Kearney. (New York, N.Y.: New York University Press, 2007. Pp.x, 309. $39.00.). The Historian. 71(2), 417-418.