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Teachers of History in the Universities of the UK 2004 - listed by research interest

Social history

Mary R. Abbott (Department of History Anglia Polytechnic University) Princ. Lect. (Early Mod. Eng.) [Families in England 1920-present]

Christopher G. Abel (Dept. of History University of London: University College) Sen. Lect. in Latin Amer. Hist. (19th-20th c.) [Comparative health care/social policy; Colombia & Hispanic Caribbean politics & society]

Lynn C. Abrams (Dept. of History University of Glasgow) Prof. of Gender Hist. (Mod. Germany, Women, Children) [Gender relations, marriage, divorce & the law in 19th c. Germany; child welfare; women in Scotland]

Tobias Abse (Dept. of History University of London: Goldsmiths' College) Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Eur.) [20th c. Italian history]

Tony J. Adams (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Sen. Lect. in Hist. & Acting Head of Dept. (Late Mod. Brit. & Eur.) [British industrial relations & working class politics 1900-30]

John S.A. Adamson (Peterhouse University of Cambridge) (16th-17th c. Eng.) [Nobility & British politics 1590-1660]

Paul Addison (History University of Edinburgh) Director of Centre for Second World War Stud. [Social & political history of Britain since 1945]

William M. Aird (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Lect. in Med. Hist. (Med. Brit. & Eur.) [Church & saints' cults in medieval England]

Anthony K. Aldgate (Dept. of History The Open University) Reader in Film Hist. (Mod. Brit. & U.S.) [Film & history]

Christopher M.J. Aldous (History & Archaeology Subject Areas King Alfred’s University College) Sen. Lect. (Japanese Hist.) [American occupations of Japan and Okinawa; Japanese police & medical history]

Mark A. Allen (History & Archaeology Subject Areas King Alfred’s University College) Lect. in Hist. [19th c. British social & economic history; history & computing]

Patricia A. Allerston (History University of Edinburgh) Lect. in Early Mod. Hist. [16th-17th c. Italian urban history; second-hand market; workers & material culture]

Richard Alston (Dept. of Classics University of London: Royal Holloway) Reader in Anc. Hist. (Roman Empire) [Urbanization & cultural change in Roman Egypt]

Rodney W. Ambler (Dept. of History University of Hull) Sen. Lect. in Hist. [Social history of religion in modern England]

Padma J. Anagol (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Lect. in Mod. Hist. (Mod. Asia, Gender Hist.) [Gender & women's history]

Michael Anderson (Economic & Social History University of Edinburgh) Prof. of Econ. Hist. [Scottish population; western families & life-cycles; social structure]

Robert D. Anderson (History University of Edinburgh) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Mod. Eur.) [19th c. France; history of education in 19th & 20th c. Scotland & Europe]

Clare Anderson (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Migration across the Indian Ocean]

David R. Andress (School of Social & Historical Studies University of Portsmouth) Princ. Lect. in Eur. Hist. [Popular political culture in French Revolution]

Frances E. Andrews (School of History University of St. Andrews) Lect. in Med. Hist. [N. Italian social & religious history 12th-14th c.; Humiliati; Milan]

Michael J. Angold (History University of Edinburgh) Prof. of Byz. Hist. [Political, social & religious history of the Byzantine empire; 17th c. travellers to Greece]

John C. Appleby (Dept. of History Liverpool Hope University College) Sen. Lect. (Early Mod.) [English trade & colonization in N. America]

Ian W. Archer (Keble College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Mod. Hist.) [Social history of early modern London]

Benjamin C.B. Arnold (School of History University of Reading) Prof. of Med. Hist. (German Empire) [Economy of medieval Germany]

David J. Arnold (Dept. of History University of London: School of Oriental & African Studies) Prof. of Hist. of S. Asia [Medical & environmental history of S. Asia]

Owen R. Ashton (Department of History & Politics Staffordshire University) Prof. of Mod. Brit. Soc. Hist. (Brit. Hist.)

Bernard Aspinwall (Dept. of History University of Strathclyde) Res. Fellow [American progressivism; transatlantic links; American & Scottish Catholic social history]

Brenda Assael (Dept. of History University of Wales, Swansea) Lect. in Hist. [British social, cultural & political history since 1850]

Patricia Ayers (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (20th c. Women's Hist.) [Family economy; labour markets; port economies]

Andrew C. Ayton (Dept. of History University of Hull) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Later Med. Soc. & Milit.) [The organization of war & the military community in late medieval England]

Paul J. Bailey (History University of Edinburgh) Reader in Chinese Hist. [Politics, education & the women's movement in 20th c. China; Sino-French cultural relations]

Joanne Bailey (New Hall University of Cambridge) [17th & 18th c. English family & household; married life; marriage breakdown; gender relations; women & the law; children]

Cigdem Balim (Dept. of Middle Eastern Studies University of Manchester) Sen. Lect. in Turkish Stud. (Turkish Stud.)

Rossano Balzaretti (School of History & Art History University of Nottingham) Sen. Lect. in Med. Hist. (5th-15th c. Eur.)

John D. Barber (King's College University of Cambridge) University Lecturer [The siege of Leningrad 1941-5]

Malcolm C. Barber (School of History University of Reading) Prof. of Med. Hist. (Crusades) [Crusades; Cathars; material conditions of life]

Hannah J. Barker (Dept. of History University of Keele) Sen. Lect. (Late 18th & early 19th c. Eng.) [Print culture and women's work]

Toby C. Barnard (Hertford College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Brit. & Eur. 1485-1800) [Ireland & England, c.1600-1780]

Correlli D. Barnett (Churchill College University of Cambridge) (Mod. Brit. Pol., Milit. & Ind.) [British 'total strategy' 1950-6]

Samuel J.B. Barnish (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Lect. (Late Roman & Early Med. Eur.)

Caroline M. Barron (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Prof. of Hist. of London (Later Med.) [Medieval London; women; gentry & aristocracy; reign of Richard II]

David H. Barry (Dept. of History University of Durham) Lect. in Hist., p/t (19th c. Eur.) [Comtesse Marie d'Agoult; 19th c. French feminism]

Jonathan Barry (Department of History University of Exeter) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (17th-18th c. Brit.) [Bristol; S.W. England; provincial towns; middling sort; witchcraft; civic culture]

Robert J. Bartlett (School of History University of St. Andrews) Prof. of Med. Hist. (12th c.) [Frontiers & colonization; cults of saints 12th c. England]

Paula Bartley (School of Humanities & Social Sciences University of Wolverhampton) Sen. Lect. (19th-20th c. Women) [Reform of prostitutes & prevention of prostitution in Birmingham 1860-1914]

Peter W.J. Bartrip (Division of History University College Northampton) Reader in Hist. (Brit. Econ. & Soc.) [Occupational health in 19th-20th c. Britain]

Crispin P. Bates (History University of Edinburgh) Sen. Lect. in Mod. S. Asian Hist. [Economic, social & political history of modern India; orientalism & colonial discourse; Indian tribes & colonial migration]

David Bates (University of London: Institute of Historical Research) Prof. of Med. Hist., Director (10th-13th c. Brit. & France) [William the Conqueror; Anglo-Norman charters]

John D. Baxendale (Historical Studies Subject Group Sheffield Hallam University) Princ. Lect. (19th-20th c. Brit. Soc. Hist.) [20th c. popular culture]

Susan B. Bayly (Christ's College University of Cambridge) (Extra-Eur., Soc. Anthr.) [French & British empires; religion & society in India since c.1750]

Mary Beagon (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Lect. in Anc. Hist. (Roman) [The elder Pliny; ancient attitudes to nature]

Caitriona Beaumont (History Field South Bank University) Sen. Lect. in Hist, Hist. Field Co-ordinator (19th & 20th c. Brit., Hist. Methods & Sources, 20th c. Women's Hist, Mod. Ireland) [19th & 20th c. Britain & Ireland; Irish & English women's organisations; history of gender & social policy; history of the women's movement in Britain & Ireland 1880-1960]

Bradley J. Beaven (School of Social & Historical Studies University of Portsmouth) Sen. Lect. in Soc. Hist. [Working-class culture & leisure 1860-1945]

David W. Bebbington (Dept. of History University of Stirling) Prof. of Hist. (Brit., Pol. Thought) [W.E. Gladstone; international evangelicalism]

John V. Beckett (School of History & Art History University of Nottingham) Prof. of Eng. Regional Hist. (16th-20th c. Brit. & Eur.) [Agricultural productivity in England 1660-1914]

Deirdre Beddoe (School of Humanities, Law & Social Sciences University of Glamorgan) Emeritus Prof. in Hist. (Women)

Charlotte Behr (History Programme University of Surrey Roehampton) Sen. Lect. (Late Roman & Early Med. Eur.) [Migration period gold bracteates]

William J. Beinart (St. Antony's College University of Oxford) Rhodes Prof. of Race Relations [Environmental history of southern Africa]

John C. Belchem (School of History University of Liverpool) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Mod. Brit. & Irish) [Irish in Liverpool; modern history of Isle of Man]

Jonathan W. Bell (School of History University of Reading) Lect. in Hist. (Amer.) [American politics & society in the 20th c.]

Martyn Bennett (Dept. of International Studies Nottingham Trent University) Reader in Hist. (Early Mod. Brit. & Ireland) [Kingdom formation in early modern British Isles; Oliver Cromwell]

Gregor Benton (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Professorial Fellow in Chinese Hist. (Mod. China) [Chinese communities abroad]

Nora Berend (St. Catharine's College University of Cambridge) University Lecturer (Med. Eur.) [Social & religious history; frontier societies; cultural interaction; medieval Hungary]

Maxine L. Berg (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Prof. of Hist. (17th-20th c. Econ., Soc. & Cultural) [Global history; consumer culture in Europe & Asia]

Stefan K. Berger (School of Humanities, Law & Social Sciences University of Glamorgan) Prof. of Hist. [Comparative labour history; historiography; nationalism]

Virginia S. Berridge (University of London: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) Prof. of Hist. (20th c. Hist. of Medicine) [20th c. health policy; AIDS, drugs, smoking, alcohol]

Richard J. Bessel (Dept. of History University of York) Prof. of 20th c. Hist. (Mod. German) [19th & 20th c. German social & political history; aftermath of World Wars; history of G.D.R.; history of policing]

Peter P.A. Biller (Dept. of History University of York) Prof. of Hist. (Med. Eur.) [Medieval heresy; medieval thought on 'social' themes]

Christopher F. Black (Dept. of History University of Glasgow) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. (Early Mod. Eur., Italian) [Italian society; confraternities; post-Tridentine parishes, churches & culture]

Sheila C. Blackburn (School of History University of Liverpool) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Sweated labour & the minimum wage]

W. John Blair (Queen's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Med.) [Settlement, landscape & society of Anglo-Saxon England, esp. local church organization & the parochial system, with an emphasis on archaeological evidence]

Ian S.W. Blanchard (Economic & Social History University of Edinburgh) Prof. of Med. Econ. Hist.

Paul H.W. Booth (School of History University of Liverpool) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Med. & Local Regional) [Medieval Cheshire; medieval English estate administration & social change]

Alan Booth (School of History & Art History University of Nottingham) Reader in Econ. & Soc. Hist. (17th-20th c. Brit. & Eur.) [Popular culture late 18th-early 19th c. England; teaching & learning of history in higher education]

Peter N. Borsay (Dept. of History University of Wales, Lampeter) Prof. of Hist. (17th c. Brit., Urban Hist. 16th-19th c.) [British urban & cultural history 1660-1840; history of Bath 1700-2000; history of leisure in Britain since 1500]

Anne Borsay (Dept. of History University of Wales, Lampeter) Reader in Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit., Soc. Pol., Women) [Development of social policy, with particular reference to 18th c. voluntary hospitals; disability in the 19th & 20th c.]

James S. Bothwell (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Lect. in Hist. (Med. Brit.) [Kings & nobility; royal favourites; patronage; social history]

Jeremy P. Boulton (School of Historical Studies University of Newcastle Upon Tyne) Sen. Lect. (Early Mod. Soc.) [Poor & Poor Law in early modern England; London 1500-1750]

Joanna Bourke (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Prof. of Hist. (Brit. & Irish Soc. & Cultural Hist.) [War; gender; masculinity; emotions; working-class cultures]

John M. Bourne (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. [The British Army & British society during the Great War]

Hugh Bowden (Dept. of Classics University of London: King's College) Lect. in Anc. Hist. [Herodotus; Greek religion]

Huw V. Bowen (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [British imperial history in 18th c.]

Alan K. Bowman (Brasenose College University of Oxford) Camden Prof. of Anc. Hist. [Ptolemaic & Roman Egypt; Roman Britain]

Christine E. Boydell (Dept. of Historical & International Studies De Montfort University) Sen. Lect. (Design Hist.) [20th c. design history; textiles history; gender & design fashion history]

C. Wendy Bracewell (Dept. of History University of London: School of Slavonic & East European Studies) Sen. Lect. in S.E. Eur. Hist. [Gender & nationalism in E. Europe; brigandage & piracy; Balkan social history; Croatia]

Michael J. Braddick (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Prof. of Hist. (Early Mod. Eng.) [State in early modern England 1550-1700]

David A. Brading (University of Cambridge) Prof. of Latin Amer. Hist.

Piers Brendon (Churchill College University of Cambridge) (Mod. Brit.) [Fall of the British empire]

John J. Breuilly (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Mod. Germany, Nationalism) [Comparative history; 19th c. Europe; urban culture; Nationalism; modern Germany]

Ian R. Bridgeman (Faculty of Human Sciences: Department of Applied Social Studies University of Luton) Sen. Lect. (19th c. Brit. & Ireland) [Royal Irish Constabulary & crime in Ireland]

Robin Briggs (All Souls College University of Oxford) Special Lecturer (Brit. & Eur. 1485-1800, Hist. of Sc.) [History of religion, popular belief & witchcraft in Europe, c.1500-1800; French history (social, political & economic) 1500-1800; French & British naval history, 1660-1815]

Richard H. Britnell (Dept. of History University of Durham) Prof. of Hist. (Med.) [Economic & social history of middle ages]

John P.F. Broad (Department of Humanities, Arts & Languages London Metropolitan University) Princ. Lect., North Campus (Early Mod. Soc. & Econ.) [Rural society: poverty, housing & agriculture]

Nicholas P. Brooks (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Prof. [Anglo-Saxon & central medieval history & archaeology]

Christopher W. Brooks (Dept. of History University of Durham) Prof. of Hist. (Early Mod. Brit.) [Law, politics & society in England 1485-1660]

Colin Brooks (School of History University of Sussex) Reader in Hist. (16th-19th c. Pol. Brit. & Amer.) [Political culture & government in Britain & America 17th-19th c.]

Terry Brotherstone (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Scot., Irish) [20th century UK history, oral history, historical theory]

Stewart J. Brown (School of Divinity University of Edinburgh) Prof. of Eccles. Hist. (Relig. & Soc. in Mod. Brit. & Eur.)

Angela Brown (Dept. of International Studies Nottingham Trent University) Princ. Lect. (Brit. Med. & Early Mod., Women, Computers in Hist., E-Learning) [Gender, religion & power in early modern England]

Martin T. Brown (Department of History & Politics Staffordshire University) Lect. (Eur. Hist.) [Science & bourgeois culture in 19th c. Italy]

Keith M. Brown (School of History University of St. Andrews) Prof. of Scot. Hist. [16th-17th c. Scottish politics, government & society; nobility]

Callum Brown (Dept. of History University of Strathclyde) Prof. of Cultural & Relig. Hist. (Scot. Soc., Popular Culture) [Social history of religion; popular culture Scotland & U.K.]

Judith M. Brown (Balliol College University of Oxford) Beit Prof. of Hist. of the Brit. C'wealth (Hist. Beyond Eur.) [19th & 20th c. Indian history & politics; South Asian migration; modern Hinduism; gender & imperialism]

David Brown (Division of American Studies University College Northampton) Lect. in Hist. (19th-20th U.S.) [The antebellum South; race relations]

Susan Bruley (School of Social & Historical Studies University of Portsmouth) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. [Women in Britain since 1900, esp. working-class women & factory work 1930s-60]

R. Angus Buchanan (Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences University of Bath) Emeritus Prof. of Hist. of Tech., Hon. Director Centre for Hist. of Tech.

Elizabeth A. Buettner (Dept. of History University of York) Lect. in Hist. (19th-20th c. Soc. & Cultural, Brit. & Brit. Empire) [Families; childhood; ethnicity; memory]

Martin J. Bull (School of Politics & Contemporary History University of Salford) Prof. of Pol. [Italian politics; comparative politics]

U. Peter Burke (Emmanuel College University of Cambridge) Prof. of Cultural Hist. (Early Mod. Eur.) [European Renaissance]

Trevor Burnard (Dept. of American Studies & History Brunel University) Reader (Amer. Colonial Hist.) [West Indies; slavery; 18th c. America]

Arthur Burns (Dept. of History University of London: King's College) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Later Mod.) [Reform of Church of England early/mid 19th c.; church parties; reform; clergy]

K. Michael Bury (History of Art University of Edinburgh) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of Art [Printmaking 16th c.; painting in Perugia late 15th-early 16th c.; Counter-Reformation Italy]

Julia F. Bush (Division of History University College Northampton) Dean of Fac. of Arts & Soc. Sc. (Mod.) [Edwardian women & British imperialism]

Andrew F. Butcher (School of History University of Kent At Canterbury) Lect. in Hist. (Med. Soc. & Econ.) [History of Kent c.1200-1640]

Christopher P. Callow (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) [Early medieval history & archaeology; medieval Iceland]

Alan B. Campbell (School of History University of Liverpool) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Social & labour history of Scottish coal miners]

Peter R. Campbell (School of History University of Sussex) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (17th-18th c. France, Pol. & Soc.) [France: politics & ideologies 1750-94]

David N. Cannadine (University of London: Institute of Historical Research) The Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Prof. of Brit. Hist. [19th & 20th c. British history; official biography of Andrew W. Mellon]

Bernard S. Capp (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Prof. of Hist. (16th-17th c. Eng., Soc. & Cultural) [Gender; cultural conflict in the 1650s]

Philip J. Carabott (Dept. of Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies University of London: King's College) Lect. in Hist., Dept. of Mod. Greek [Minorities in inter-war Greece c.1920-40]

M. Christine Carpenter (New Hall University of Cambridge) Reader in Med. Eng. Hist. [Landed society c.1066-1500; political & constitutional history in England c.1215-1500]

David A. Carpenter (Dept. of History University of London: King's College) Prof. of Hist. (Med.) [English political, social & architectural history 12th-14th c.]

Stuart M. Carroll (Dept. of History University of York) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Early Mod. Eur.) [France 1450-1700]

James G. Casey (School of History University of East Anglia) Reader in Eur. Hist. [Family & community in early modern Spain]

Helen R. Castor (Sidney Sussex College University of Cambridge) (Med. Eng.) [Politics, governance & political society in later medieval England]

Stephen Caunce (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies University of Central Lancashire) Sen. Lect. (18th-20th c. Agrarian & Soc. Hist.) [Economic development in N. England 1550-1914]

Sandra Cavallo (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Reader (Early Mod. Eur.) [Early modern Italy: welfare, health care, family & social ties]

Howard Caygill (Dept. of History University of London: Goldsmiths' College) Prof. of Cultural Hist. [History of philosophy; modern German cultural history; medical history]

Anthony D. Chafer (School of Language & Area Studies University of Portsmouth) Princ. Lect. in French Hist., Sch. of Lang. [Decolonization in French W. Africa]

Mary C. Chamberlain (School of Humanities Oxford Brookes University) Prof. (Gender, Caribbean Diaspora) [Caribbean family & household development in U.K. & W. Indies]

Justin A.I. Champion (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Reader (17th c. Brit., Pol. Thought) [Cultural & material history of the Bible 1500-1800]

Colin W. Chant (Dept. of History of Science, Technology & Medicine The Open University) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of Sc. [Social history of transport in Britain since c.1800]

Phillip Chapple (Dept. of History St. Martin’s College, Lancaster) Sen. Lect. (19th c. Brit.) [19th c. public health; 19th & 20th c. Ireland]

John A. Chartres (Business School University of Leeds) Prof. of Soc. & Econ. Hist. [19th c. rural trades & crafts; 18th c. fiscal data as sources]

Malcolm S. Chase (School of Education University of Leeds) Reader in Labour Hist., Cont. Educ. (19th-20th c. Brit. Soc., Local & Regional Hist.)

Steven Cherry (School of History University of East Anglia) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. & Director of Centre of East Anglian Stud. [Medical services & hospitals; labour movement; welfare]

Carl S.A. Chinn (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Prof. of Birmingham Community Hist. [Urban working-class history; manufacturing history; ethnic minorities; towns & cities]

John R.R. Christie (Division of History & Philosophy of Science University of Leeds) Sen. Lect. in Hist. & Phil. of Sc. [Joseph Priestley; science, politics & religion]

Gregory R. Claeys (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Prof. of Hist. of Pol. Thought (Mod.)

Elizabeth J. Clapp (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Lect. in Hist. (Amer.) [Women & social welfare reforms in progressive era America]

Christopher M. Clark (St. Catharine's College University of Cambridge) University Lecturer (Mod. Eur.) [Religion & politics in early 19th c. Prussia]

Christopher Clark (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Prof. of N. Amer. Hist. [19th & 20th c. U.S. social history; utopian movements]

David W. Clayton (Dept. of History University of York) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. (Mod. Int.) [The British empire, China & Hong Kong]

Robin Clifton (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (16th-17th c. Soc., 20th c. Milit.) [Revolution in warfare in 19th c.]

Richard R.M. Clogg (St. Antony's College University of Oxford) [History of Greece & the Greek diaspora]

Francis D. Cogliano (History University of Edinburgh) Reader in Amer. Hist. [The American Revolution; 18th c. New England]

Samuel K. Cohn, Jr. (Dept. of History University of Glasgow) Prof. of Med. Hist. [Late Medieval Italy; history of medicine; Black Death; comparative rebellion; history of human immunity]

Timothy J. Cole (Dept. of Historical Studies University of Bristol) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. (Mod. Eur. Soc. & Cultural Hist.) [Holocaust ghettoization in Hungary; representations of the Holocaust post-1945]

Bruce I. Coleman (Department of History University of Exeter) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (19th c. Brit.) [Victorian Conservative party]

Michael Collins (Business School University of Leeds) Prof. of Financial Hist. (20th c.) [Banking & business history]

Mark L. Connelly (School of History University of Kent At Canterbury) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Brit. Soc. & Cultural Hist.)

Sean J. Connolly (School of Modern History The Queen’s University, Belfast) Prof. of Irish Hist. [Popular culture, protest & social relations in Ireland c.1680-1850]

Stephen Constantine (Dept. of History University of Lancaster) Sen. Lect. in Hist. [Emigration from the British Isles c.1800-1950; child migration; Gibraltar]

Stephen R. Conway (Dept. of History University of London: University College) Prof. of Hist. (17th-20th c. Brit., 17th-18th c. Amer.) [British political & constitutional history from 1688; theories of peace & war; American War of Independence; life & influence of Jeremy Bentham]

Martin H. Conway (Balliol College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (19th-20th c. Eur.) [Modern Belgian & European history, esp. World War II era; the extreme-right & Catholicism in 20th c. Europe]

Robert J. Cook (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Reader in Hist. (19th-20th c. U.S. & Afric.-Amer. Hist.) [American Civil War era]

Paula Coonerty (Cultural Studies Academic Division: Historical Studies, University of Southampton) Lect. in Hist. Stud., New College (Mod. Eur. & Irish Hist.) [Slum clearance & rehousing in Dublin in 1930s; Irish women's history]

Richard C. Coopey (Dept. of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Aberystwyth) Lect. in Soc. & Econ. Hist. (18th-20th c.) [I.T. policy & strategic trade resources; regional industry; banks & industry in Britain; history of water]

Penelope J. Corfield (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Prof. of Hist. (18th c. Brit.) [Social & cultural history; history & theory]

Timothy J. Cornell (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Prof. of Anc. Hist. (Roman)

J. Mark Cornwall (Dept. of History University of Dundee) Reader (19th-20th c. E. Eur.) [19th-20th c. Eastern Europe; the Sudeten problem; Yugoslavia; Austria-Hungary]

Peter R. Coss (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Prof. in Med. Hist. (Med. Brit. & Eur.) [Origins of English gentry; the lady in medieval England]

Neil Cossons (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Hon. Prof. [History of technology; museum management & curatorship]

William Coster (Dept. of Historical & International Studies De Montfort University) Sen. Lect., Bedford Campus (16th-17th c. Brit.) [Local, social, religious & military history]

Philip L. Cottrell (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Prof. of Financial Hist. (Mod. Eur. Financial Hist.)

Alexander F. Cowan (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies: History Division University of Northumbria At Newcastle) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Early Mod.) [Family, marriage & society in early modern Venice]

Barry Coward (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Reader in Hist. [Cromwell & the Protectorate]

Matthew F. Cragoe (Dept. of Humanities University of Hertfordshire) Reader in Mod. Brit. Hist. (18th-20th c. Brit. Soc.) [Modern Wales; politics & electioneering; religion; rural history]

Jeremy A. Crang (History University of Edinburgh) Sen. Lect. in Brit. Hist. [Britain & the Second World War]

Martin S. Crawford (Dept. of American Studies University of Keele) Reader in Amer. Stud. [Britain & the slave south; Potteries emigration to the U.S.]

Michael H. Crawford (Dept. of History University of London: University College) Prof. of Anc. Hist. (Greek & Roman Econ. & Soc.) [Greece & Rome; pre-Roman & Roman Italy; Roman law from antiquity to Renaissance]

Sally E.E. Crawford (Institute of Archaeology & Antiquity University of Birmingham) Lect. [Medieval archaeology; the social history of the Anglo-Saxon period; childhood & early medicine]

Julia C. Crick (Department of History University of Exeter) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Med. Brit.) [Pre-conquest St. Albans]

Andrew J. Croll (School of Humanities, Law & Social Sciences University of Glamorgan) Lect. in Hist. (Brit. & Welsh Hist.) [19th & 20th c. popular culture & urban history]

Michael J. Cronin (Dept. of Historical & International Studies De Montfort University) Sen. Res. Fellow (Irish Hist., Sports Hist.) [Sport & nationalism in Ireland c.1870-1995]

Malcolm H. Crook (Dept. of History University of Keele) Prof. of French Hist. (Mod. Eur.) [Elections & electoral behaviour in France 1789-1889; French Revolution & early 19th c. France]

David R. Crook (School of Educational Foundations & Policy Studies University of London: Institute of Education) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of Educ. [Educational policy since 1945]

David B. Crouch (Dept. of History University of Hull) Prof. of Hist. (Med.) [12th-13th c. aristocracy; reign of King Stephen]

M. Anne Crowther (Dept. of Economic & Social History University of Glasgow) Prof. of Soc. Hist. & Director of the Centre for the History of Medicine (19th-20th c. Brit., Soc. Policy, Medical) [Social policy; crime; medical profession]

Patricia H. Cullum (Division of History University of Huddersfield) Princ. Lect. (Med.) [Hospitals & charity; piety of lay women; clergy & masculinity]

Peter J. Cunningham (Homerton College University of Cambridge) University Lecturer, Fac. of Educ. (Hist. of Educ.) [Oral history of teachers; teacher training; professional identity]

Anne E. Curry (School of History University of Reading) Prof. of Hist. (Med.) [Hundred Years War; women & warfare; medieval armies]

Richard P. Cust (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. [Political culture of the gentry late 16th-early 17th c.; the politics of Charles I's reign]

Peter D'Sena (Faculty of Cultural & Educational Studies Leeds Metropolitan University) Princ. Lect. [Crime & law in 18th c. London; history in National Curriculum]

Faramerz N. Dabhoiwala (Exeter College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Brit. & Eur. 1485-1800) [Social & intellectual history of 17th & 18th c. England]

Paul Dalton (Dept. of History Liverpool Hope University College) Reader (Med.) [Anglo-Norman history 1066-c.1154]

Christophe Dartmann (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Lect. in Hist. (Eur. & Mod. German, Soc. Welfare) [Welfare states in Europe 19th-20th c.; European labour movements 20th c.]

Martin J. Daunton (Churchill College University of Cambridge) Prof. of Econ. Hist. (Mod. Brit.) [Taxation & politics in Britain since 1842; social policy & state]

Leonore Davidoff (Dept. of Sociology University of Essex) Res. Prof. in Soc. Hist. (19th c. Eng.) [Gender; family & kinship; domestic service]

Roger Davidson (Economic & Social History University of Edinburgh) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [The social history of venereal disease]

Nicholas S. Davidson (St. Edmund Hall University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Hist. of the Renaissance & Reformation) [Early modern Italy, esp. social & religious history]

R. Rees Davies (All Souls College University of Oxford) Chichele Prof. of Med. Hist. (Med.) [Britain 1100-1400, esp. the relationship of the English to Ireland, Scotland & Wales; aristocratic power in Britain 1100-1400]

Joan M. Davies (Dept. of History University of Essex) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (16th-18th c. Eur.) [Early modern French aristocracy & patronage; Montmorency family; urban society & reformation in Toulouse]

Peter N. Davies (School of History University of Liverpool) Emeritus Prof. of Econ. & Soc. Hist.

Andrew M. Davies (School of History University of Liverpool) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Youth gangs & street violence 1870-1940]

Sam Davies (Centre of Social Science Liverpool John Moores University) Prof. of Hist. [Inter-war municipal elections]

Wendy E. Davies (Dept. of History University of London: University College) Prof. of Hist. (Early Med. Eur.) [Landscape & land use through historic time; Celtic]

Conway R. Davies (School of Archaeology & History Trinity College, Carmarthen) Sen. Lect. (19th c. Brit. & Welsh Soc.)

Sarah R. Davies (Dept. of History University of Durham) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (20th c. Eur.) [Soviet/Russian history]

Gareth B. Davies (St. Anne's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Amer. Hist.) [Social policies & political crisis of the U.S. during the 1960s; comparative development of social policy in Canada & the United States; the foundation of the New Deal welfare state; American education policy, 1965-1980]

Graham P. Davis (School of Historical & Cultural Studies Bath Spa University College) Princ. Lect. (Irish Hist.) [Irish in Texas; the Irish diaspora; local history]

Andrew Dawson (School of Humanities University of Greenwich) Sen. Lect. (U.S. Soc. & Econ., Hollywood) [Machine building in Philadelphia 1830-90; U.S. film industry]

Alan F. Day (History University of Edinburgh) Sen. Lect. in Amer. Hist. [Social history of early North America to 1800; development of political parties & ideology]

Gerard J. De Groot (School of History University of St. Andrews) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (20th c.) [Labour party; World Wars I & II; women soldiers & combat in World War II]

Trevor Dean (History Programme University of Surrey Roehampton) Prof. (Late Med. Italian, Soc. & Pol.) [Renaissance Italy: crime; violence; marriage]

Malcolm D. Deas (St. Antony's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Pol. & Govt. of Latin. Amer.) [Colombia]

E. Patricia Dennison (Scottish History University of Edinburgh) Hon. Fellow in Scot. Hist., Director, Centre for Scot. Urban Hist.

Harry T. Dickinson (History University of Edinburgh) Richard Lodge Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Mod. Brit.) [National & local politics, political debate & organizations, 1688-1832; radical & popular politics; Britain & the American & French Revolutions]

Anne Digby (School of Humanities Oxford Brookes University) Prof. (18th-20th c. Soc. Hist.) [Doctors, patients & the state: a history of general practice 1850-1950; history of South African medicine]

Michael S. Dillon (Dept. of East Asian Studies University of Durham) Lect. in Mod. Chinese Hist. [Islam in China; Xinjiang Uyghur ethnohistory]

Helen M. Dingwall (Dept. of History University of Stirling) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Scot.) [Medicine & society in early modern Scotland; urban history; history of professions]

Colin Divall (Dept. of History University of York) Prof. of Railway Stud. (Transport Hist., Soc. Hist. of Engineering, Public Hist.)

Moira Donald (Department of History University of Exeter) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Eur.) [European socialist movement pre-1917; English households & family 1750-1871]

Ian L. Donnachie (Dept. of History The Open University) Reader in Hist., Open University in Scotland (Mod. Brit., Eur. & U.S.) [Biography of Robert Owen]

Mark Donnelly (School of Theology, Philosophy, & History St. Mary's University College, Strawberry Hill) Sen. Lect. (20th c. Brit. Hist.)

Frances D. Dow (History University of Edinburgh) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. (on secondment) (Brit.) [Radicalism in England 1600-60, including puritanism; English Revolution 1640-60]

William Doyle (Dept. of Historical Studies University of Bristol) Prof. of Hist. (Eur. 1600-1848) [France 1763-1848]

Barry M. Doyle (History Subject Group University of Teesside) Lect. in Hist. (20th c. Brit. Soc. & Pol. Hist.) [Early 20th c. middle-class politics; urban change 1880-1950]

Madge J. Dresser (School of History University of the West of England, Bristol) Princ. Lect. (18th-20th c. Brit. Soc. Hist., Women) [Social history of English religion 1750-1830; slavery & popular memory]

Saul H. Dubow (School of History University of Sussex) Prof. of Hist. (19th-20th c. S. Afric. Pol. & Soc.)

Diana E.S. Dunn (Dept. of History University College Chester) Sen. Lect. (Late Med., Renaissance) [15th c. politics & society; women's history]

Marguerite W. Duprée (Wolfson College University of Cambridge) [Medical profession; Scottish hydros; urban social welfare; family; cotton industry]

Marguerite W. Duprée (Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine University of Glasgow) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of Medicine [Medical profession; Scottish hydros; urban social welfare; family; cotton industry]

Christopher G. Durston (School of Theology, Philosophy, & History St. Mary's University College, Strawberry Hill) Prof. (17th c. Brit. Hist.) [Rule of Cromwell's major-generals]

Alan D. Dyer (School of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Bangor) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (16th-17th c. Eng., 17th-18th c. Eur.) [British social, economic, demographic & urban history 1500-1700]

Christopher C. Dyer (Centre for English Local History University of Leicester) Prof. of Regional & Local Hist., Director of Centre for Eng. Local Hist. [Medieval economic & social history]

Carol A. Dyhouse (School of History University of Sussex) Prof. of Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit., Educ., Women) [Women's education; careers & family]

Christopher M. Ealham (School of European Studies Cardiff University) Lect. in Spanish, Sch. of Eur. Stud. (Mod. Spain) [Modern Spain]

Rebecca A. Earle (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Late Colonial & 19th c. Spanish Amer.) [Race, gender & national identity in 19th c. Spanish America]

Peter W. Edbury (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Prof. in Med. Hist. (Med. Brit. & Eur., Crusades) [Crusades & Latin East]

Owen Dudley Edwards (History University of Edinburgh) Reader in Amer. Hist. (N. Amer. & Irish) [History & literature of modern Ireland, Britain & North America]

Peter Edwards (History Programme University of Surrey Roehampton) Prof. (Early Mod. Eng. Local Hist.) [Logistics in British civil wars; royal stables 16th-17th c.; horses in society & economy of Tudor & Stuart England; rural society 16th-17th c.]

Marianne Elliott (School of History University of Liverpool) Andrew Geddes & John Rankin Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Irish, French & 18th c. Eur.) [A history of Catholics of Ulster]

Janet Ellis (Division of Humanities Bolton Institute of Higher Education) Lect. (Amer. Hist., 17th c. Brit.)

Joyce M. Ellis (School of History & Art History University of Nottingham) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (16th-20th c. Brit. & Eur.) [British urban development c.1680-1830]

C. Mark D. Ellis (Dept. of History University of Strathclyde) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Amer.) [African Americans in 1st quarter of 20th c.]

Geoffrey J. Ellis (Hertford College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (18th-20th c. Eur.) [The development of social élites in France 1750-1850, esp. literary sources]

Sylvia Ellis (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies: History Division University of Northumbria At Newcastle) Sen. Lect. [Anglo-American relations, 1945-2000; Vietnam War; post-war America]

Clive Emsley (Dept. of History The Open University) Prof. of Hist. (Mod. Brit., Eur. & U.S.) [Crime & policing in Europe c.1789-1914]

Charles J. Esdaile (School of History University of Liverpool) Reader in Mod. Hist. (19th-20th c. Eur., esp. Spain) [History of Spain 1808-1939]

Raingard Esser (School of History University of the West of England, Bristol) Lect. (Early Mod. Eur.) [Dutch migration to England in the 16th c.; political discourse within the Holy Roman Empire in the 17th c.]

Chris Evans (School of Humanities, Law & Social Sciences University of Glamorgan) Lect. in Hist. (Brit. Soc. & Econ.) [Work & technology in British iron industry 1500-1850]

Eric J. Evans (Dept. of History University of Lancaster) Prof. of Soc. Hist. [National identities]

Robert J.W. Evans (Oriel College University of Oxford) Regius Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Brit. & Eur. 1485-1800, Eur. 1800 onwards) [Central & eastern Europe, esp. the Habsburg lands, 1526-1918; the place of language(s) in historical development; history of Hungary, 1740-1945]

Richard J. Evans (Gonville & Caius College University of Cambridge) Prof. of Mod. Hist. [Germany, 1800 to present]

C.J. Eyre (School of Archaeology, Classics & Egyptology University of Liverpool) Lect. in Egyptology (Hist. of Anc. Egypt) [Ancient Egypt; socio-economic history]

Roger J. Fagge (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Lect. in Hist. (19th-20th c. Amer.) [U.S. labour history; post-1945 U.S. culture & society]

Adam Fairclough (School of History University of East Anglia) Prof. of Amer. Hist., Chair of Amer. Stud. Sector [Black Americans; the civil rights movement; Southern history]

Ian Farr (School of History University of East Anglia) Lect. in Eur. Hist. [Social & political history of modern Germany, esp. peasant society; Bavaria]

David W. Faure (St. Antony's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Mod. Chinese Hist.) [The lineage in S. China; Chinese business history]

Jacqueline Fear-Segal (School of English & American Studies University of East Anglia) Lect. in Amer. Hist. [Native Americans; immigration; Americanization; race; education]

Peter S. Fearon (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Prof. of Mod. Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Depression & New Deal in Kansas; World War II & Kansas]

Laurie Feehan (Dept. of History Edge Hill University College) Sen. Lect. (Mod. Brit. Soc.) [Voluntary effort; poor law in Liverpool 1850-1914]

David M. Feldman (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Brit.) [Migrants & immigrants in Britain since 1700]

Steven J. Fielding (School of Politics & Contemporary History University of Salford) Sen. Lect. in Pol. & Contemp. Hist. [Labour party's 'socialism' since 1951]

Orlando G. Figes (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Prof. of Hist. (18th-20th c. Eur.) [History of Russia since 1800]

Margot Finn (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Reader & Res. Fellow in Hist. [Debt & credit in English culture, 1740-1914]

Conan J. Fischer (Dept. of History University of Strathclyde) Prof. of Eur. Hist. (19th-20th c. Eur., esp. Germany) [Nazism; Communism; Weimar Germany; Franco-German relations]

Nicholas R.E. Fisher (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Prof. in Anc. Hist. (Greece) [Law, violence, gender & politics in 5th-4th c. B.C. Athens]

John R. Fisher (Inst. of Latin Amer. Stud. University of Liverpool) Prof. of Mod. Hist. & Latin-Amer. Stud. [Spanish imperial policy; Peru 18th-19th c.]

Nina Fishman (Faculty of Business & Management (Harrow) University of Westminster) Sen. Lect. [British political & social history; labour history]

Marie Therese Flanagan (School of Modern History The Queen’s University, Belfast) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. (Med.)

Peter W. Fleming (School of History University of the West of England, Bristol) Princ. Lect. (Early Mod. Brit. Hist.) [15th-16th c. Bristol & Kent]

Paul S. Flenley (School of Language & Area Studies University of Portsmouth) Princ. Lect. in Russian & Soviet Hist. [Soviet history 1917-29; Russian labour history; Russian nationalism]

Bernard J. Foley (School of History University of Liverpool) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [International finance; France since 1945]

Richard Follett (School of History University of Sussex) [Slavery in Louisiana; the history, economy & mechanisation of the sugar industry]

Sarah R.I. Foot (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Early Med. Eng. & Eur.) [Anglo-Saxon church; English identity before 1066; Vikings]

Graham Ford (History Subject Group University of Teesside) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (19th-20th c. German) [Trade unions & industrial relations 1871-1914]

Alan I. Forrest (Dept. of History University of York) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Mod. French) [Revolutionary & Napoleonic France; provincial history; political & military culture]

Paul J. Fouracre (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Prof. of Med. Hist. (Early Med.) [Francia in age of Charles Martel]

Alan Fowler (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Princ. Lect. in Econ. Hist. (20th c. Textile Hist.) [Lancashire cotton operatives in 20th c.]

Adam P. Fox (Economic & Social History University of Edinburgh) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Oral traditions & the impact of literacy in early modern England]

Harold S.A. Fox (Centre for English Local History University of Leicester) Prof. of Soc. & Landscape Hist. [Economic & settlement history of English West Country from the 5th to the 20th c.]

Robin F. Frame (Dept. of History University of Durham) Emeritus Prof. of Hist. (Med.) [Later medieval Ireland & Britain]

Simon C. Franklin (Clare College University of Cambridge) [History of pre-Mongol Russia]

Michael J. French (Dept. of Economic & Social History University of Glasgow) Prof. of Econ. & Soc. Hist. (19th-20th c. U.S.A., Business) [Regulating food industry in Britain 1890-1939]

Christopher J. French (School of Social Science Kingston University) Princ. Lect. in Soc. & Econ. Hist., Director of the Centre for Local Hist. Stud. [Trade & shipping in 18th c.; local history]

Hugo Frey (Dept. of History University College Chichester) Sen. Lect. in 20th c. Eur. Hist. [French cultural, social & political history]

Robert I. Frost (Dept. of History University of London: King's College) Lect. in Hist. (Early Mod.) [Polish history; war, state & society in the Baltic 1558-1721; Sweden; the Thirty Years' War]

Mary J.A. Fulbrook (Dept. of German University of London: University College) Prof. of German Hist., Dept. of German [Social history of G.D.R.; German national identity]

John Fulton (School of Theology, Philosophy, & History St. Mary's University College, Strawberry Hill) Prof. (19th-20th c. Relig. Hist.) [Irish religion & politics]

John Gabriel (Dept. of Applied Social Sciences London Metropolitan University) Prof. of Soc., City Campus [History of ethnic relations in U.K. & U.S.A.]

Jane F. Gardner (Dept. of Classics University of Reading) Prof. of Anc. Hist. [Roman family law]

Peter D.A. Garnsey (Jesus College University of Cambridge) Prof. of the Hist. of Classical Antiquity (Anc. Hist.)

John A. Garrard (School of Politics & Contemporary History University of Salford) Sen. Lect. in Pol. & Contemp. Hist. [Power in urban society 1880-1914; democratization in Britain; professionalization; the past & present of scandals]

Malcolm J. Gaskill (Churchill College University of Cambridge) (Early Mod. Brit. Soc.) [Witchcraft; crime]

Vic A.C. Gatrell (Dept. of History University of Essex) Prof. of Hist. (18th-19th c. Eng. Soc. & Cultural Hist.) [Crime, law & punishment; visual culture; sex; manners; mentalities]

Peter W. Gatrell (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Prof. of Econ. Hist., Head of Sch. (Mod. Eur., esp. Russia) [Economy & society in Russia, esp. 1914-17]

Ian S. Gazeley (School of History University of Sussex) Sen. Lect. in Econ. Hist. (20th c. Brit. Soc. & Econ.) [Wages rates in British manufacturing 1914-46]

Richard J. Geary (School of History & Art History University of Nottingham) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit. & Eur.) [Unemployment in inter-war Europe; comparative history of slavery]

Sharif Gemie (School of Humanities, Law & Social Sciences University of Glamorgan) Reader in Hist. (Eur., France) [Anarchism; schooling; travel; Mirabeau; France]

David C. Gentilcore (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Reader in Hist. [Forms of healing & medical regulation in early modern Italy]

Renée Gerson (Dept. of Law, Governance & International Relations London Metropolitan University) Visiting Res. Fellow, City Campus (Mod. Eur., esp. Dutch Hist.) [Radicalism in Netherlands in 1790s]

Anindita Ghosh (Dept. of History. University of Manchester) Lect. [Social & cultural history of the book; politics of language, culture & identity in colonial Bengal]

Robert N. Gildea (Merton College University of Oxford) Prof. of Mod. French Hist. (19th-20th c. Eur.) [France in the Second World War; 19th c. France]

Christopher J. Given-Wilson (School of History University of St. Andrews) Prof. of Med. Hist. (Late Med.) [Late medieval Crown & nobility; chronicles]

H. Mark Glancy (Dept. of History University of London: Queen Mary) Sen. Lect. (U.S. Hist., Cinema) [British & American film industry]

Seán Glynn (Dept. of Law, Governance & International Relations London Metropolitan University) University Reader, City Campus [History of London Guildhall University]

P. Jeremy P. Goldberg (Dept. of History University of York) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Med. Eng. Econ. & Soc.)

Anne H. Goldgar (Dept. of History University of London: King's College) Lect. in Hist. (Early Mod.) [European cultural & social history; France & Netherlands]

Brian J. Golding (Dept. of History University of Southampton) Reader in Hist. (Med. Eng. & France)

John E. Gooding (History University of Edinburgh) Reader in Mod. Eur. Hist. [Political, social & cultural history of Russia 1801-1991; Perestroika & revolution of 1991; Leo Tolstoy]

Nigel R. Goose (Dept. of Humanities University of Hertfordshire) Prof. of Soc. & Econ. Hist. (Early Mod. Soc. & Econ., Demography) [Early modern English urban history; 19th c. regional, social & economic history]

Eleanor J. Gordon (Dept. of Economic & Social History University of Glasgow) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit., Women, Labour) [History of middle-class women in Glasgow]

Martin Gorsky (University of London: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) Sen. Lect. in the Hist. of Health Policy [Voluntary hospitals; mutual health insurance]

Terence R. Gourvish (Dept. of Economic History University of London: London School of Economics) Director of the Business Hist. Unit

Laura Gowing (Dept. of History University of London: King's College) Lect. in Hist. (Early Mod.) [Women's history; the body in early modern England]

Raymond P. Grace (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies: History Division University of Northumbria At Newcastle) Sen. Lect., Dept. of Applied Soc. Sc. [Small towns in the industrial process]

Helen E. Graham (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Prof. (20th c. Eur., esp. Spain) [Spanish Civil War; social history of Francoism 1939-51]

Susan-Mary C. Grant (School of Historical Studies University of Newcastle Upon Tyne) Reader in Amer. Hist. (19th c. U.S.A.) [American Civil War; nationalism in 19th c.]

Simon J.D. Green (School of History University of Leeds) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Later Mod. Brit., Local & Regional) [Religion in 20th c. Britain]

Ewen H.H. Green (Magdalen College University of Oxford) Reader in Mod. Brit. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit. Hist.) [20th c. British history; British Conservatism; British political economy]

David R. Green (Dept. of Geography University of London: King's College) Lect. in Geog. [19th c. urban & social history]

Judy Greenway (Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology University of East London) Sen. Lect. (19th-20th c. Cultural & Soc. Hist., Women) [Anarchist women in U.K. 1880-1950]

Neil Gregor (Dept. of History University of Southampton) Reader in Hist. (Mod. Germany) [Holocaust in Poland]

Adrian M. Gregory (Pembroke College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Mod. Brit. & Eur.) [Social & cultural history of early 20th c. Britain; World War I]

John A.S. Grenville (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Emeritus Prof. of Hist. [German social history, with special reference to minorities in Nazi Germany]

Keith R. Grieves (School of Social Science Kingston University) Reader in Hist., Sch. of Educ. [World War I: Britain; government policy; local consequences; aftermath & remembrance]

Colin P. Griffin (Dept. of International Studies Nottingham Trent University) Reader in Econ. & Soc. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit. & Eur. Econ., Soc.) [Labour & business history, esp. industrial relations of coalmining industry; regional & local history of the East Midlands]

Brian Griffin (School of Historical & Cultural Studies Bath Spa University College) Lect. (Irish Stud.) [Fenianism in Ulster; police in Ireland, 19th-20th c.; 19th c. cycling]

William P. Griffith (School of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Bangor) Sen. Lect. in Welsh Hist. (18th-19th c. Soc.) [Welsh social history 1750-1914, incl. public health & administration]

Trevor Griffiths (Economic & Social History University of Edinburgh) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Leisure in Britain since 1750; technological change of British textile industry]

Ralph A. Griffiths (Dept. of History University of Wales, Swansea) Prof. of Med. Hist. [English Crown, its provinces & dominions 1300-1550; Welsh urban history]

Steven J. Gunn (Merton College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (15th-17th c. Brit. & Eur.) [The councillors & courtiers of Henry VII; war & society in early Tudor England & the Netherlands]

John D. Gurney (Wadham College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Persian Hist.) [Social & cultural history of late 19th c. Iran]

Peter J. Gurney (Dept. of History University of Essex) Lect. (Mod. Brit.) [Social history; mass consumption]

Dawn M. Hadley (Dept. of Archaeology & Prehistory University of Sheffield) Sen. Lect. in Archaeol. [Medieval archaeology; society, economy & settlement in the Anglo-Saxon period; Vikings; gender]

Patrick Hagopian (Dept. of Amer. Stud. University of Lancaster) Lect. in Amer. Stud. [U.S. social & cultural history; memorials, museums & Vietnam.]

Christopher A. Haigh (Christ Church University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Brit. & Eur. 1485-1800) [The Church of England & its people 1558-1642]

John F. Haldon (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Prof. of Byz. Hist., Head of Sch. of Hist. Stud.

Catherine M. Hall (Dept. of History University of London: University College) Prof. of Mod. Brit. Soc. & Cultural Hist. [The place of Jamaica in 19th c. English imagination]

Marybeth Hamilton (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Lect. in Hist. (Amer.) [History of sexuality; popular culture]

Sarah M. Hamilton (Department of History University of Exeter) Res. Fellow [Central medieval social history of religion]

Brian R. Hamnett (Dept. of History University of Essex) Res. Prof. of Hist. (Latin America) [Comparative Iberian empires; Iberian background; Mexican history]

June B. Hannam (School of History University of the West of England, Bristol) Reader (Labour & Women's Hist.) [Women & socialist politics in Britain 1880-1930s]

Vanessa A. Harding (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (London) [Medieval & early modern London history; death; the family]

Susan M. Hardman Moore (School of Divinity University of Edinburgh) Lect. in Div. [Early modern religious history; theology; spirituality, esp. Reformed tradition; puritanism in England & New England]

Marjory-Ann D. Harper (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Scot.) [Scottish emigration 18th, 19th & 20th c.]

Timothy N. Harper (Magdalene College University of Cambridge) University Lecturer [World history; South-East Asia]

Jill D. Harries (Dept. of Ancient History & Church History University of St. Andrews) Prof. of Anc. Hist., on sabbatical 2003-4 (Late Roman Empire) [Late Roman Gaul: law & society; rise of Christianity]

Ralph Harrington (Dept. of History University of York) Transport Hist. Res. Trust Lect. in Hist. of Urban Transport [Transport history; history of technology; 19th & 20th c. British social & cultural history]

Bob Harris (Dept. of History University of Dundee) Reader (18th-19th c. Brit.) [18th c. British society & politics; early press]

Howell J. Harris (Dept. of History University of Durham) Prof. of Hist. (Amer.) [History of metal-casting industry]

Jose F. Harris (St. Catherine's College University of Oxford) Prof. of Mod. Brit. Soc. Hist. & Tutor (19th-20th c.) [The social thought of Ruskin; intellectuals in the Second World War]

Ruth Harris (New College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Mod. Eur.) [Social & cultural history of modern France; the healing shrine at Lourdes]

Michael W. Hart (Exeter College University of Oxford) (19th-20th c. Pol. & Soc. Hist.)

Janet M. Hartley (Dept. of International History University of London: London School of Economics) Prof. of Int. Hist. (18th-19th c. Russia) [Social history of Russia c.1650-1825]

Elizabeth R. Harvey (School of History University of Liverpool) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. (20th c. Eur., esp. Germany, Women) [Weimar & Nazi Germany: women & nationalism]

M. John Hatcher (Corpus Christi College University of Cambridge) Prof. of Econ. & Soc. Hist. (Med. & Early Mod. Econ. & Soc.)

Alfred G. Hatton (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist.

Gerald R. Hawting (Dept. of History University of London: School of Oriental & African Studies) Prof. of Hist. of the Near & Mid. E. [Emergence of Islam]

Colin M. Haydon (History & Archaeology Subject Areas King Alfred’s University College) Reader in Early Mod. Hist. (18th c.) [Religion & society in S. Warwickshire c.1660-1700]

Nick Hayes (Dept. of International Studies Nottingham Trent University) Lect. (20th c. Brit. & Eur. Cultural, Soc. & Pol.) [Post World War II: politics; systems housing construction; repertory theatre; industrial welfare; the press]

Felicity M. Heal (Jesus College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Brit. & Eur. 1485-1800) [The Reformation in Britain; gift giving & social exchange]

John S. Henderson (Wolfson College University of Cambridge) [Treatment of the sick & poor in medieval & early modern Italy, esp. hospitals]

S. Paul Henderson (School of Humanities & Social Sciences University of Wolverhampton) Princ. Lect. (19th-20th c. S. Amer.) [Political radicalism in South America 1880-1940]

Anthony C. Hepburn (School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture University of Sunderland) Prof. (Mod. Irish Hist.)

Judith E. Herrin (Dept. of Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies University of London: King's College) Prof. of Late Antique & Byz. Stud. [Women in Byzantium, late antiquity to middle ages]

John D. Herson (Centre of Social Science Liverpool John Moores University) Princ. Lect., Section Leader (19th-20th c. Urban, Soc., Econ.) [Transport history; Irish in 19th c. Stafford]

Edmund M. Herzig (Dept. of Middle Eastern Studies University of Manchester) Sen. Lect. in Persian Stud. (Hist. of Iran 11th-18th c.) [Commercial history of the Middle East 16th-18th c.; contemporary history of Iran, the Caucasus & Central Asia]

Gad J. Heuman (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Prof. of Hist. (Caribbean) [Slavery & freedom in Caribbean]

Nicholas Hewitt (Dept. of French University of Nottingham) Prof. of French (20th c. France)

Martin Hewitt (Dept. of History Trinity and All Saints) Prof. (18th-19th c. Brit. Hist., 20th c. World) [Public lecturing; cities & culture in 19th c.]

Colin M. Heywood (School of History & Art History University of Nottingham) Reader in Econ. & Soc. Hist. (16th-20th c. Eur.) [History of Troyes (France); history of childhood]

Michael A. Hicks (History & Archaeology Subject Areas King Alfred’s University College) Prof. (Late Med. Hist.) [Richard III; political culture; bastard feudalism]

Edward J. Higgs (Dept. of History University of Essex) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (16th-20th c. Eng.) [State surveillance of the citizen; history of statistics, censuses & surveys]

Nicholas J. Higham (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Reader in Hist. (Early Med. Brit., Landscape)

Carole Hillenbrand (Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies University of Edinburgh) Prof. of Islamic Hist. [Medieval Islamic history; Sufism; historiography; political thought; history of Middle East 1050-1150]

Helen Hills (Dept. of History of Art University of Manchester) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of Art [Architecture & the city; relationships between construction of gendered & classed identities & the built environment in early modern Europe]

Mary Hilson (Dept. of Scandinavian Studies University of London: University College) Lect. in Contemp. Scandinavian Hist. [19th & 20th c. social history]

A.J. Boyd Hilton (Trinity College University of Cambridge) Reader in Mod. Brit. Hist. (18th-19th c. Brit.)

Matthew J. Hilton (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Sen. Lect. in Soc. Hist. [British popular culture & social history; history of consumer society & material culture]

Steve Hindle (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Sen. Lect. (16th-18th c. Eng. Soc., Cultural & Econ.) [Poverty, charity & social welfare; social relations in the rural parish]

James S. Hinton (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Reader in Hist., Chair (20th c. Brit. Soc. & Pol.) [Mass-Observation diaries; Women's organizations; industrial relations; popular politics & society in 1940s Britain]

Stephen A. Hipkin (Dept. of History Canterbury Christ Church University College) Sen. Lect. (16th-17th c. Soc. Hist.) [Crime, custom & conflict in E. Kent 1550-1750]

Tim Hitchcock (Dept. of Humanities University of Hertfordshire) Prof. of 18th c. Hist. (18th c. Brit. Soc. & Cultural) [18th c. poverty, gender, sexuality & religion]

Richard Hodges (Institute of World Archaeology University of East Anglia) Prof. of Visual Arts & Director of Inst. of World Archaeol. [Material culture, history & social mentality in late antiquity & early medieval Europe]

Clive A. Holmes (Lady Margaret Hall University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Brit. & Eur. 1485-1800, Amer.) [17th c. legal & social history; the Court of Chancery in the 17th c.]

Sean Holmes (Dept. of American Studies & History Brunel University) Lect. (Amer. Soc. Hist.) [American labour history]

Colin Holmes (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies: History Division University of Northumbria At Newcastle) Res. Prof. of Hist. [History of racism; history of migrations]

Sir James Holt (Fitzwilliam College University of Cambridge) (Med. Eng.)

Sally Horrocks (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Science, technology & British based multinationals 1945-70]

Ralph A. Houlbrooke (School of History University of Reading) Prof. of Early Mod. Hist. (Early Mod. Brit.) [Social history of death in early modern England]

Robert A. Houston (School of History University of St. Andrews) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Econ. & Soc.) [European education & literacy 1500-1850; insanity in 18th c. Scotland]

W. Stuart Howard (School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture University of Sunderland) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Labour) [Literature of labour; history of coalmining]

James D. Howard-Johnston (Corpus Christi College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Byz. Stud., Early Med.) [History of Byzantium A.D. 500-1100: historiography, institutional development; international relations (with special reference to Armenia & Bulgaria)]

Janet H. Howarth (St. Hilda's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Brit. 1800 onwards) [University reform (c. 1870-1914); feminist biography; history of women's education & the women's movement]

Anthony C. Howe (School of History University of East Anglia) Prof. of Mod. Hist. [Britain in the 19th & early 20th c., esp. politics, culture & economy]

David W. Howell (Dept. of History University of Wales, Swansea) Prof. of Hist. (Mod. Brit.) [Welsh peasantry in 18th-19th c.]

Alun J. Howkins (School of History University of Sussex) Prof. of Soc. & Econ. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit. Soc.)

Patricia Hudson (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Prof. of Econ. Hist. (Mod. Brit. Econ. & Soc. Hist.) [Proto-industrialization; industrial revolution; gender]

Mike Huggins (Dept. of History St. Martin’s College, Lancaster) Lect. (19th-20th c. Hist of Leisure & Sport in Brit.) [History of flat racing; history of wrestling; middle classes & sport]

Susan M. Hughes (Dept. of History Trinity and All Saints) Sen. Lect. (17th-20th c. Brit. Hist.) [Popular culture in 17th c. England]

Karen Hunt (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (19th-20th c. Women's Hist.) [Women, gender & British socialism]

Edward H. Hunt (Dept. of Economic History University of London: London School of Economics) Sen. Lect. in Econ. Hist. [Labour history; agricultural history]

Elizabeth T. Hurren (Division of History University College Northampton) Lect. in Hist. [Poor law and democratisation in the 19th c.]

Michael C. Hurst (St. John's College University of Oxford)

David P. Hussey (School of Humanities & Social Sciences University of Wolverhampton) Sen. Lect. (16th-18th c. Eng.) [Internal trade & consumption in England 1660-1880]

Ronald E. Hutton (Dept. of Historical Studies University of Bristol) Prof. of Hist. Stud. (17th c. Eng.) [Images of paganism & witchcraft in Britain 1800-2000]

Paul B.J. Hyland (School of Historical & Cultural Studies Bath Spa University College) Princ. Lect. (Literary Hist.) [Life & diaries of Claver Morris]

Melanie J. Ilic (School of Humanities University of Gloucestershire) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Russia & U.S.S.R., Women) [Soviet women workers in 1920s-30s]

Martin J. Ingram (Brasenose College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Early Mod.) [Crime & the law, sex & marriage, & popular customs in early modern England]

Joanna M. Innes (Somerville College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (18th-20th c. Brit. & Eur. Hist.) [British social policy 1688-1840]

Matthew J. Innes (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Lect. in Med. Hist. [Politics, society & culture of medieval Europe, 700-1100]

Peter Jackson (School of Historical & Critical Studies University of Brighton) Sen. Lect. (16th-18th c.)

Tom Beaumont James (History & Archaeology Subject Areas King Alfred’s University College) Prof. of Regional Stud. (Med. & Early Mod.) [English urban history; elite architecture; archaeology & landscape; demography & death]

Diana M. Jeater (School of History University of the West of England, Bristol) Princ. Lect. (Afric. Hist.) [African social history (Zimbabwe) 1890-1940]

Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones (History University of Edinburgh) Prof. of Amer. Hist. [U.S. foreign policy & intelligence 1898-2001; F.B.I.; women, African Americans, labour, students & the Vietnam war]

Jacqueline L.M. Jenkinson (Dept. of History University of Stirling) Lect. in Hist. (Brit., Computing & Hist.) [Scottish health policy 1900-48; black British history in 19th-20th c.; immigration to Britain in 19th & 20th c.]

Mark S.R. Jenner (Dept. of History University of York) Lect. in Hist. (Early Mod. Brit., Soc. Hist. of Medicine)

Leif W. Jerram (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Lect. in Hist. [19th & 20th c. German cultural & social history; urban design, the built environment & the experience of city life]

Judith Jesch (School of English Studies University of Nottingham) Reader in Viking Stud. (6th-11th c. Anglo-Saxons, Vikings) [Textual sources for study of Viking age]

Angela V. John (School of Humanities University of Greenwich) Prof. (Mod. Brit.) [Gender & historical biography]

David T. Johnson (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Assoc. Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Brit.) [Rise of party in Britain 1760-1860]

Paul A. Johnson (Dept. of Economic History University of London: London School of Economics) Prof. of Econ. Hist. [Living standards; welfare policy; old age retirement]

Trevor R. Johnson (School of History University of the West of England, Bristol) Lect. (17th c. Eur. Hist.) [Counter-Reformation Bavaria]

Sue Johnson (Department of Humanities & Social Sciences University College Worcester) Lect. (Mod. Brit.) [Women & work in 18th c.; women silversmiths]

Aled G. Jones (Dept. of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Aberystwyth) Sir John Williams Prof. of Welsh Hist. (19th c. Brit., Wales, Press Hist.)

R. Merfyn Jones (School of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Bangor) Prof. of Welsh Hist. (19th-20th c. Wales) [19th-20th c. Wales; labour history]

Peter M. Jones (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Prof. of French Hist. [French Revolution; French rural history; history of science]

Gareth Stedman Jones (King's College University of Cambridge) Prof. of Pol. Sc. (Pol. Thought) [German political thought in the 19th c.; Marx; liberalism]

William D. Jones (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit. & Wales) [Welsh migrant communities in U.S. & Australia]

Colin D.H. Jones (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Prof. of Hist. (Soc. Hist. of Early Mod. France, French Revolution, Hist. of Medicine) [18th c. France]

Sarah R. Rees Jones (Dept. of History University of York) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Med., Regional) [Medieval urban history]

Evan Jones (Dept. of Historical Studies University of Bristol) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. (Early Mod. Soc. & Econ. Hist.)

Patrick J. Joyce (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit. Soc. & Cultural)

William Kenefick (Dept. of History University of Dundee) Lect. (19th-20th c. Scot. & Brit.) [British labour & industrial history; the role of the Irish in the Scottish dock labour force]

Ann J. Kettle (School of History University of St. Andrews) Sen. Lect. in Med. Hist. (Late Med.) [Women; late medieval English social & economic history]

Alan J. Kidd (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Prof. of Hist. (19th c. Brit. & Local) [Poor law; charity; middle-class culture; historiography of the poor law]

Stuart S. Kidd (School of History University of Reading) Lect. in Hist. (Amer.) [American culture & the Great Depression 1929-40]

David Killingray (Dept. of History University of London: Goldsmiths' College) Emeritus Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Afric.) [Modern Africa; Caribbean; imperial history; Black diaspora; English local history (Kent)]

Christine Kinealy (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies University of Central Lancashire) Reader (19th c. Ireland, 19th c. Eur. & Brit.) [Irish social history 19th-20th c., esp. Irish Famine]

Peter J.R. King (Division of History University College Northampton) Prof. of Soc. Hist. (Brit. Econ. & Soc.) [18th-19th c. Britain: crime & law; poverty; rural society]

Catherine E. King (Dept. of Art History The Open University) Prof. in Art Hist. (Early Mod. Eur.) [Representations of art & artists; Women as patrons of art in Italy 1300-1600]

Edmund J. King (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Prof. of Med. Hist. (11th-15th c. Brit. Pol. & Econ.) [Anglo-Norman history]

Steven A. King (School of Humanities Oxford Brookes University) Reader (18th c. Econ. Hist.) [Demography; family & kinship; poverty]

David G. Kirby (Dept. of History University of London: School of Slavonic & East European Studies) Prof. of Mod. Hist. [Baltic region; European labour movement]

Peter T. Kirby (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Lect. in Econ. Hist. (Brit. Soc. & Econ.) [Anthropometric history; history of children's employment]

Neville Kirk (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Prof. of Soc. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit. & U.S. Hist.) [Comparative labour & social history; modern British social history]

Linda M. Kirk (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (18th c. Eur.) [18th c. Geneva]

John A. Kirk (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Lect. (U.S. Hist.) [Civil rights movement; 20th c. African-American history]

S. Jay Kleinberg (Dept. of American Studies & History Brunel University) Prof. of Amer. Stud. (Amer. Econ. & Soc. Hist.) [Women; families; social welfare]

John D. Klier (Dept. of Hebrew & Jewish Studies University of London: University College) Corob Prof. of Mod. Jewish Hist. [Social & economic history of Jews in Russian empire]

Andrew F. Knapp (Dept. of French Studies University of Reading) Sen. Lect. in French Stud. (Mod. France) [20th c. French political parties]

Robert J. Knecht (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Emeritus Prof. of Hist. [Catherine de' Medici; French Wars of Religion]

Alan S. Knight (St. Antony's College University of Oxford) Prof. of Hist. of Latin Amer. (Hist. beyond Eur.) [Modern history & politics of Latin America, esp. Mexico; revolutions, state-building & peasant movements; British & U.S. relations with Latin America]

Frances Knight (Dept. of Theology University of Wales, Lampeter) Sen. Lect. in Eccles. Hist. [19th-20th c. religious history]

William W. Knox (School of History University of St. Andrews) Sen. Lect. in Scot. Hist. (18th-20th c.) [Work & politics in modern Scotland]

Ronald I. Kowalski (Department of Humanities & Social Sciences University College Worcester) Sen. Lect. (Mod. Russian) [Russian Revolution; early Communist oppositions in Soviet Russia]

Jeremy M. Krikler (Dept. of History University of Essex) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (20th c. S. Africa) [Race & class; agrarian history]

A.R.J. (Tony) Kushner (Dept. of History University of Southampton) Marcus Sieff Prof. of Jewish Stud.

Beat Kümin (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Late Med. & Early Mod. Soc. & Cultural Hist.) [Public houses in early modern Europe; parishes in the age of the Reformation]

Norman La Porte (School of Humanities, Law & Social Sciences University of Glamorgan) Res. Fellow in Hist. [German labour history; G.D.R. history]

Lloyd Laing (Dept. of Classical & Archaeological Studies University of Nottingham) Sen. Lect. in Archaeol. (3000 B.C.-1000 A.D. Brit. & Eur.)

Robert A. Lambert (School of History, University of Nottingham) Lect. in Environmental History [British and global environmental history, tourism history, public history and heritage]

Pierre Lanfranchi (Dept. of Historical & International Studies De Montfort University) Res. Prof. of Hist. (Sport & Soc.)

Paul Langford (Lincoln College University of Oxford) (18th c.) [British manners in comparative context 1650-1850]

Frances Lannon (Lady Margaret Hall University of Oxford) (Mod. Hist.) [Spanish social & political history in the 19th & 20th c., esp. the history of the Catholic Church in Spain]

E. Anne Laurence (Dept. of History The Open University) Prof. of Hist. (Early Mod. Brit. & Eur.) [Women & buildings in early modern England; Anglo-Irish relations]

Mary R. Laven (Jesus College University of Cambridge) University Lecturer [Venetian nunneries, 1550-1630]

Robin C.C. Law (Dept. of History University of Stirling) Prof. of Afric. Hist. [Social history of Ouidah (Benin); English Royal African Company; Atlantic slave trade]

John E. Law (Dept. of History University of Wales, Swansea) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Italian) [Late medieval & early Renaissance Italian history; the discovery of the Renaissance in the 19th c.]

Jon M. Lawrence (School of History University of Liverpool) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit.) [Popular politics & role of party in U.K.; social & political impact of World War I]

Keith Laybourn (Division of History University of Huddersfield) Prof. (Mod. Brit.) [Labour history; philanthropy; welfare state & social policy]

M. Anthony Leahy (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Sen. Lect. in Egyptology [Egyptology: language, history, religion & archaeology; Egypt in 1st millennium B.C.]

W. Robert Lee (School of History University of Liverpool) Chaddock Prof. of Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Population & society in 19th c. European port cities]

Linda J. Lees (Dept. of International Studies Nottingham Trent University) Lect. (Med. & Early Mod. Brit. Hist., Gender Hist.) [Gender & society in early modern Britain]

Robin J.V. Lenman (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (19th-20th c. German) [Visual mass media; art & history]

Mark Levene (Dept. of History University of Southampton) Reader in Comparative Hist. [Genocide; state modernisation]

Robert M. Lewis (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Lect. in Amer. Hist. (19th c. Cultural Hist.) [Louisiana; slavery; recreation]

Colin M. Lewis (Dept. of Economic History University of London: London School of Economics) Sen. Lect. in Latin Amer. Econ. Hist. [Economic policy since 1920 in Brazil & Argentina]

Jill J. Lewis (Dept. of History University of Wales, Swansea) Lect. in Soc. Hist. [20th c. Austrian & Central European history]

Sian Lewis (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Lect. in Anc. Hist. (Greece) [New & society in Greek polis; iconography; gender]

Joanna E. Lewis (Christ's College University of Cambridge) Assistant Lecturer (Mod. Afr.) [Mau Mau (Kenya); Angola; Mozambique; eastern Africa]

Edward D. Lilley (Dept. of History of Art University of Bristol) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of Art [18th c. French art criticism; reception of Impressionism]

Amanda Lillie (Dept. of History University of York) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of Art [Italian Renaissance art & architecture; patronage]

Keith J. Lindley (School of History, Philosophy & Politics (Coleraine) University of Ulster) Prof. of Early Mod. Brit. Hist. (Early Mod. Brit.) [Popular politics & religion in 17th c. London]

Peter A. Linehan (St. John's College University of Cambridge) (Med. Eur.) [History of medieval Iberia]

Thomas P. Linehan (Dept. of American Studies & History Brunel University) Lect. (20th c. Brit. & Amer.) [British Fascism]

Lesley A. Ling (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Med. & Early Mod. Brit. & Eur.) [Pompeii; medieval Italy; medieval England; Roman & medieval archaeology]

Peter J. Ling (School of American & Canadian Studies University of Nottingham) Sen. Lect. in Amer. Stud. (19th-20th c.) [Political education in civil rights movement; 20th c. African-American history]

Roger Lloyd-Jones (Historical Studies Subject Group Sheffield Hallam University) Prof. (19th-20th c. Brit. Econ. & Business Hist.)

Tim Lockley (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Lect. in Hist. (18th-19th c. Amer.) [Slavery, race, gender & reform in the colonial and antebellum South]

Peter Longerich (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Prof. (20th c. Germany, Holocaust)

Jane Longmore (School of Humanities University of Greenwich) Head of Sch. (18th-19th c. Brit., Anglo-Irish Relations) [N.W. regional history 18th-19th c.]

John M. Lonsdale (Trinity College University of Cambridge) Reader in Afric. Hist. [Intellectual biography of Jomo Kenyatta & Louis Leakey]

Simon T. Loseby (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Lect. in Hist. (Early Med.) [Towns; trade; Franks; the Mediterranean; Gregory of Tours]

Graham A. Loud (School of History University of Leeds) Reader in Med. Hist. (Med.) [S. Italy & Sicily 950-1250: political, social & ecclesiastical history]

Rodney Lowe (Dept. of Historical Studies University of Bristol) Prof. of Contemp. Hist. (Mod. Soc. Hist.) [British & comparative welfare policy since 1942]

Katherine J.P. Lowe (Dept. of History University of London: Goldsmiths' College) Prof. of Hist. (Early Mod.) [Colonialism in Far East; Renaissance & Counter-Reformation in Italy]

John R. Lowerson (School of Continuing & Professional Education University of Sussex) Reader, Centre for Cont. Educ. (19th-20th c. Brit. Soc.) [Middle-class culture & leisure patterns]

Maria Luddy (Dept. of Arts Education University of Warwick) Reader in Hist. [Women in Irish society in 19th-20th c.: all aspects social & political]

Jerzy T. Lukowski (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. [18th c. Poland: nobility, esp. the nobility & the Enlightenment]

Kenneth J. Lunn (School of Social & Historical Studies University of Portsmouth) Reader in Soc. Hist. [History of labour in British dockyard towns 1900-50]

Lien B. Luu (Dept. of Humanities University of Hertfordshire) Lect. [Early modern social & economic history; migration in early modern Europe, England & America; technological transfer; Chinese history]

Michael Lynch (Scottish History University of Edinburgh) Prof. of Scot. Hist. & Palaeography (15th-17th c.) [Early modern Scottish & British history]

Allan I. Macinnes (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Burnett-Fletcher Prof. of Hist. (Early Mod. Scot. & Brit.)

Robert I. Mackay (Dept. of International Studies Nottingham Trent University) Sen. Lect. (19th-20th c., War, Soc. Change) [Britain & World War II]

Richard S. Mackenney (History University of Edinburgh) Reader in Early Mod. Eur. Hist. [Renaissance Venice; Shakespeare & Baroque mentalities]

Neil W. MacMaster (School of Mod. Lang. & Eur. Studies University of East Anglia) Sen. Lect. in Contemp. Eur. Stud. [Algerian migration to France 1900-present; racism in France]

Donald M. MacRaild (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies: History Division University of Northumbria At Newcastle) Princ. Lect., Head of Hist. Division [Irish migration; 19th c. British social & cultural history]

Ruth J. Macrides (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Lect. in Byz. Stud. [Reception of Byzantium in 19th c. Europe; Byzantine social & legal history; historical writing; 19th c. Greek literature]

John R.L. Maddicott (Exeter College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Med. Pol. & Soc. Hist.) [The English parliament c.1215-1330]

Roger W. Magraw (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (19th-20th c. French) [French social history 1800-1914; European labour history 1870-1914]

Patrick J. (Paddy) Maguire (School of Historical & Critical Studies University of Brighton) Princ. Lect. (20th c.) [British industrial politics post-1945]

Patrick N. Major (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Cold War, esp. E. & W. Germany) [The Berlin Wall; German popular culture]

Judith D. Maltby (Corpus Christi College University of Oxford) (16th-17th c. Eng. Relig., Pol. & Soc. Hist.)

Peter Mandler (Gonville & Caius College University of Cambridge) University Lecturer (Mod. Hist.) [Modern British history, esp. politics of culture]

David Marcombe (School of History & Art History University of Nottingham) Sen. Lect. in Hist., Adult Educ. (Brit. Local Hist.)

Laurence Marlow (History Field South Bank University) (19th & 20th c. Brit.) [History of economic development; comparative labour history; history of mass consumption; history of London]

Christopher W. Marsh (School of Modern History The Queen’s University, Belfast) Reader in Mod. Hist. (Early Mod. Brit.) [16th-17th c. popular religion & culture, esp. music]

Vanessa A. Martin (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Reader in Mod. Mid. E. Hist. (Mod. Mid. E., esp. Iran) [The emergence of the Khumaini state]

Moira Martin (School of History University of the West of England, Bristol) Lect. (19th-20th c. Brit. Soc. Hist.) [Social welfare policy in Britain 19th & 20th c.]

Keith Mason (School of History University of Liverpool) Lect. in Mod. Hist. (18th c. N. Amer. & Caribbean) [Loyalism; U.S. constitution; slavery]

John J. Mason (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Sen. Lect. in Econ. Hist. (17th-18th c. Soc. Hist.)

William M. Mathew (School of History University of East Anglia) Sen. Fellow in Econ. & Soc. Hist.

Irene E. Maver (Dept. of History University of Glasgow) Sen. Lect. in Scot. Hist. [Scottish history, with emphasis on Glasgow & urban history]

Arthur A. Mawby (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Lect. in Mod. Hist. (South Afric. Soc. & Pol.) [Reconstruction of Transvaal 1900-10; 20th c. South African race policy]

Margaret R. May (Dept. of Applied Social Sciences London Metropolitan University) Princ. Lect. in Soc. Policy, City Campus

David W. Mayall (Historical Studies Subject Group Sheffield Hallam University) Princ. Lect. (19th-20th c. Soc. & Pol. Hist.) [Immigrant & minority history]

Mark A. Mazower (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Anniversary Prof. of Mod. Hist. [History of the Balkans; modern Greek history]

Thomas C. McCaskie (Centre of West African Studies University of Birmingham) Prof. in Asante Hist. [Asante (Ghana); colonial history]

Keith McClelland (School of Arts Middlesex University) Princ. Lect. (Mod. Brit. Soc. & Pol. Hist.) [Class, gender, race & citizenship 1848-1914; imperial history; socialism & empire 1880-1914]

Jason J. McDonald (Dept. of Historical & International Studies De Montfort University) Sen. Lect. (U.S.A.) [Race & ethnicity in the U.S.A.]

Paul H.D. McGilchrist (Department of Humanities, Arts & Languages London Metropolitan University) Sen. Lect., North Campus (The Black Diaspora) [Africans in 18th c. Britain]

Paul F. McHugh (Department of History Anglia Polytechnic University) Dean of Students (19th c. Brit. & France) [19th c. social reformers & pressure groups]

Arthur J. McIvor (Dept. of History University of Strathclyde) Reader in Hist. (Brit. Econ., Labour) [Employers; occupational health; labour history]

Robert B. McKean (Dept. of History University of Stirling) Reader in Hist. (Soviet, Eur. & Brit.) [Russian working class 1800-1917]

Ross I. McKibbin (St. John's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Mod. Hist.) [Inter-war middle-class culture; youth culture after 1939]

Rosamond D. McKitterick (Newnham College University of Cambridge) Prof. of Med. Hist. (Early Med. Eur.) [Transmission of ideas in early middle ages]

D. Hugh McLeod (School of Philosophy & Theology University of Birmingham) Prof. of Church Hist., Dept. of Theol. [Secularization in 19th & 20th c. Europe; religion & sport in modern Britain]

James F. McMillan (History University of Edinburgh) Richard Pares Prof. of Hist. (19th-20th c. Eur., esp. France, Women) [Gender politics in France; religion & nationalism in France]

Patrick McNally (Department of Humanities & Social Sciences University College Worcester) Curriculum Leader for Hist. (Ireland) [Irish history 1690-1848]

Rohan A. McWilliam (Department of History Anglia Polytechnic University) Sen. Lect. (19th & 20th c. Brit. & U.S.A.) [Popular politics & popular culture in 19th c. Britain]

Wim S.J. Mellaerts (Dept. of History University of London: University College) Lect. in Dutch (Mod. Dutch & Belgian Soc. Hist.)

Helen E. Meller (School of History & Art History University of Nottingham) Prof. of Urban Hist. (18th-20th c. Brit. & Eur.) [Social & cultural history of European cities 1890-1990]

Joseph L. Melling (Department of History University of Exeter) Reader in Soc. Welfare & Ind. Health (19th-20th c. Brit., Soc. Management) [History of industrial supervision; lunacy]

Ronald Mendel (Division of American Studies University College Northampton) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (U.S. Econ. & Soc.) [U.S. labour history c.1877-1919]

Catherine A. Merridale (Dept. of Historical Studies University of Bristol) Sen. Lect. in Eur. Hist. (20th c. Russia & U.S.S.R.) [Death & mourning in European Russia; history of identity]

Julia F. Merritt (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Res. Fellow (16th-17th c. Brit. Hist., Urban & Relig. Hist.)

Roger C. Mettam (Dept. of History University of London: Queen Mary) Sen. Res. Fellow (Early Mod. Eur.) [French society & government 1650-1720]

Simon Middleton (School of History University of East Anglia) Lect. in Amer. Stud. [Social & intellectual history of colonial America; work, law & popular culture]

Michael Miller (School of History University of East Anglia) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [French economic history, incl. policy aspects 1914-40]

Paul C. Millett (Downing College University of Cambridge) (Econ. & Soc. Hist.) [Ancient Greece]

Anna-Maria S. Misra (Keble College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Mod. Eur. & World) [Comparative impact of European colonial ideas & ideologies on the culture & politics of colonial & post-colonial states in Asia & Africa]

Fiona A. Montgomery (Dept. of Women's Studies Bath Spa University College) Head, Dept. of Women's Stud. (19th c. Brit., Women's Stud.) [Women's history from 18th c.]

Devadas D.S. Moodley (School of Humanities University of Greenwich) Sen. Lect. (19th-20th c. Afric. & Indian, 18th-20th c. Hist. of Ideas, Historiography, Museum Stud.) [Conquest of British India in 18th c.; 20th c. labour & nationalism in Africa]

David G. Moon (Dept. of History University of Strathclyde) Reader in Hist. (Russia) [Social history of Russian empire; peasants]

Bob Moore (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Reader in Hist. [Modern European history esp. the Netherlands; prisoner of war history; Holocaust]

Charles R.V. More (School of Humanities University of Gloucestershire) Princ. Lect. in Hist. (19th & 20th c. Brit., 20th c. Germany) [20th c. Britain]

Victor F.G. Morgan (School of History University of East Anglia) Lect. in Eng. Soc. Hist. [Cambridge university; civic ritual; concept of fame]

Philip J. Morgan (Dept. of History University of Keele) Sen. Lect. in Med. Hist. [Reign of Henry IV; gentry; war & society]

Gwenda Morgan (School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture University of Sunderland) Reader in Hist. (Amer.) [Law & society in 18th c.]

Prys T.J. Morgan (Dept. of History University of Wales, Swansea) Prof. of Hist. (18th-19th c. Welsh)

Susan Morgan (Dept. of History University College Chichester) Princ. Lect. in 19th & 20th c. Hist. & Women's Hist. [19th c. women, religion & social reform]

John S. Morrill (Selwyn College University of Cambridge) Prof. of Mod. Brit. & Irish Hist. (State Formation, Relig. Ideas) [Patterns of Reformation in England, Scotland, Ireland & Wales 1500-1700]

Robert J. Morris (Economic & Social History University of Edinburgh) Prof. of Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Social structure in 19th c. towns; gender & property]

Jonathan Morris (Dept. of History University of London: University College) Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Eur., esp. Italy) [Italy since 1870; 19th-20th c. European petite bourgeoisie]

John C. Morrison (Dept. of History of Art University of Aberdeen) Lect. in Hist. of Art [Scottish cultural identity; Scottish painting; Scottish cultural institutions]

Graeme Morton (Economic & Social History University of Edinburgh) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [British nationalisms; local/central government]

Gary W. Moses (Dept. of International Studies Nottingham Trent University) Sen. Lect. (19th-20th c. Brit. & Eur.) [Popular culture in 19th c. rural England]

John V. Mosley (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Princ. Lect. in Hist. (Late Mod. Brit. & Eur.)

J. Craig Muldrew (Queens' College University of Cambridge) University Lecturer (Early Mod. Brit. Econ. & Soc. Hist.)

Jonathan Munby (Dept. of Amer. Stud. University of Lancaster) Sen. Lect. in Amer. Stud. [Cinema & society in the U.S.; history & theory of American mass/popular culture, esp. role in mediation of race & ethnicity]

Thomas Munck (Dept. of History University of Glasgow) Reader in Mod. Hist. (Early Mod. Eur., French Revolution) [Social history of the Enlightenment; 17th-18th c. Denmark]

Roger D. Munting (School of History University of East Anglia) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Russia; sport & gambling]

Peter J. Musgrave (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [17th & 18th c. northern Italian rural history]

Stefan Muthesius (School of World Art Studies & Museology University of East Anglia) Sen. Fellow in Hist. of Art [Artistic & social values in design history]

William G. Naphy (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Lect. in Early Mod. Eur. Hist. [Medicine; the Reformation; France]

David S. Nash (School of Humanities Oxford Brookes University) Princ. Lect. (Labour Movement, Religion) [Blasphemy; republicanism; secularism]

David R.J. Neave (Dept. of History University of Hull) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Regional & Local) [History of Bridlington]

Janet L. Nelson (Dept. of History University of London: King's College) Prof. of Hist. (Med.) [Earlier medieval social & political history; medieval women & gender]

Stana S. Nenadic (Economic & Social History University of Edinburgh) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Material culture in Britain 18th-19th c.; women in business in 19th c.]

Aubrey N. Newman (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Joint Director of Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust Stud. (Jewish Hist.)

Simon Newman (Dept. of History University of Glasgow) Sir Denis Brogan Prof. of Amer. Stud. (Amer. Hist.) [Early American social & cultural history]

Siân H. Nicholas (Dept. of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Aberystwyth) Lect. in Hist., p/t (20th c. Brit., Media Hist.) [Mass media; national identity; Britain & the two world wars]

David Nicholls (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Prof. (19th c. Brit. & Eur.) [British middle classes; conflict & stability in mid-Victorian Britain 1850-70]

Helen J. Nicholson (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Sen. Lect. in Med. Hist. (Med. Brit. & Eur., Crusades) [The military orders; crusades; monasticism]

Tony Nicholson (History Subject Group University of Teesside) Princ. Lect. & Teaching Fellow, Head of Hist. (Brit. 18th-20th c. Soc.) [Working-class culture & communities late 19th-early 20th c.]

David Nicolle (School of History & Art History University of Nottingham) Visiting Fellow in Med. Stud. (5th-16th c. Eur., Islam) [Medieval Muslim-Christian political & cultural relations]

Keith H. Nield (Dept. of History University of Hull) Sen. Lect. in Soc. Hist. (Ideology, Working-Class Hist.) [Museums; historiography; class]

John B.W. Nightingale (Magdalen College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Med. Hist.)

Jeremy D. Noakes (Department of History University of Exeter) Prof. of Hist. (Mod. Germany)

Sean P. O'Connell (School of History, Philosophy & Politics University of Ulster) Sen. Lect. in Hist. [Social history; gender history; consumer history]

Rosemary O'Day (Dept. of History The Open University) Prof. of Hist. (Early Mod. Brit. & Eur., U.S. & 19th c. Brit.) [Professions; family; women; social investigation; computing]

Rosalind O'Hanlon (Clare College University of Cambridge) Newton Trust CTO Lecturer (Mod. India, Women)

Paul B. O'Leary (Dept. of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Aberystwyth) Sen. Lect. in Welsh Hist. (19th-20th c.) [Irish migration to Wales 1790-1922; politics & national identity]

Cliff O'Neill (Dept. of History St. Martin’s College, Lancaster) Sen. Lect. (Mod. Soc.) [Tourism in inter-war Lakeland]

Shane P. O'Rourke (Dept. of History University of York) Lect. in Hist.

Derek J. Oddy (School of Social & Policy Sciences (West End) University of Westminster) Emeritus Prof. of Mod. Econ. Hist. [Food supply, consumption patterns & nutritional status in Britain]

Avner Offer (All Souls College University of Oxford) Chichele Prof. of Econ. Hist. (19th-20th c. Econ. & Soc., 20th c. U.S. Soc. Hist.) [International political economy, c.1850-1920; social & economic context of war; consumption, affluence & quality of life in the U.S. & Britain since the 1920s]

Daniel Ogden (Dept. of Classics & Ancient History University of Exeter) Reader in Anc. Hist. [Greek social history]

Sheilagh C. Ogilvie (Faculty of Economics University of Cambridge) Reader in Economic History (Ger. & Brit. Econ. Hist. 18th-21st c.) [Economic History; Historical Demography; Women's History; Serfdom; History of Central and Eastern Europe]

Jane H. Ohlmeyer (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Lect. in Hist. (Mod.) [17th c. Ireland & Britain]

John R. Oldfield (Dept. of History University of Southampton) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Mod. N. Amer.) [Slavery & abolition in the Atlantic world 1750-1870]

Andrzej J. Olechnowicz (Dept. of History University of Durham) Lect. in Hist. (19th c.) [British social history]

Alison M. Oram (Division of History University College Northampton) Reader in Women's Stud. [20th c. history of teachers; lesbianism; feminism]

Nicholas I. Orme (Department of History University of Exeter) Prof. of Hist. (Med. & Renaissance) [English religious, cultural & social history, esp. before 1600]

David J. Ormrod (School of History University of Kent At Canterbury) Reader (Early Mod. Econ. Hist.) [Commercial history; London art market]

Jonathan P. Osmond (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Prof. in Mod. Eur. Hist., Head of Sch. of Hist. & Archaeol. (Mod. Eur., Germany) [Modern German art & politics]

Panikos Panayi (Dept. of Historical & International Studies De Montfort University) Prof. of Eur. Hist., Subject Leader, Hist. (Mod. Brit. & Eur.) [Ethnicity & racism in modern Europe]

Anthony W. Parker (Dept. of History University of Dundee) Lect. (17th-18th c. Scot. & Amer.) [American colonial history; 18th c. Scottish history]

Alan Parkinson (History Field South Bank University) Sen. Lect. in Educ. & Hist. (Mod. Ireland, Ind. Revolution) [Modern Irish political history; political propaganda; 19th & 20th c. British political & social history; social history of London; the Industrial Revolution]

Kevin Passmore (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Lect. in Mod. Hist., Head of Hist. & Welsh Hist. (20th c. Eur., France) [The Right & extreme Right in France since 1870]

Robin Pearson (Dept. of History University of Hull) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. (19th c. Brit., Germany) [History of insurance industry]

Frederik J.G. Pedersen (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Lect. in Hist. [Law & reception of law; welfare provision; Hanseatic & Scandinavian history]

Margaret H. Pelling (Linacre College University of Oxford) Reader in the Soc. Hist. of Medicine [Physicians & unlicensed medical practitioners (incl. women) in London 1550-1640]

John B. Perkins (School of Humanities Oxford Brookes University) Dean of Sch. (Hist. of Sc., Mod. Eur.) [Social history of French science 1740-1820]

Richard Perren (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Sen. Lect. in Econ. Hist. (Brit. Mod. Econ., Japanese Econ.) [British agricultural history; industry in Aberdeen 1800-1900]

Maureen P. Perrie (Centre for Russ. & E. Eur. Stud. University of Birmingham) Prof. of Russian Hist., Centre for Russian & E. Eur. Stud. [Soviet cultural policy in 1930s-40s, esp. in relation to Russian history]

John D. Peters (Department of Humanities & Social Sciences University College Worcester) Deputy Director, U.C.W. Learning & Teaching Centre, Princ. Lect. (Mod. Brit. & Eur.) [Britain & World War I]

Gordon A. Phillips (Dept. of History University of Lancaster) Sen. Lect. in Hist. [Charity for blind in U.K.; unemployment; poverty in social thought]

Colin B. Phillips (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Sen. Lect. in Soc. & Econ. Hist. (16th-17th c., Family, Towns) [Kendal in 16th-17th c.]

Jim Phillips (Dept. of Economic & Social History University of Glasgow) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Modern labour history; British port transport industry in the 20th c.; U.K. food regulation since 1870]

Nicholas T. Phillipson (History University of Edinburgh) Reader in Mod. Hist. (Mod. Brit. & Scot. Enlightenment) [Scottish Enlightenment; British & European cultural & intellectual history, Renaissance to 19th c.]

John V. Pickstone (Centre for History of Science, Technology & Medicine University of Manchester) Prof. of Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Medicine, C.H.S.T.M. (19th-20th c. Medicine, French Sc.) [Medicine, science & technology 1750-1995]

Pamela M. Pilbeam (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Prof. of French Hist. (19th c.) [French socialists & social question 1830s-60s; history of wax modelling]

Lisa Pine (History Field South Bank University) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Eur.) [Nazi Germany 1933-45; Nazi social policy; modern & contemporary German history; the Holocaust]

Mark D. Pittaway (Dept. of History The Open University) Lect. in Eur. Stud. [Central European Balkan labour & peasant history; Hungarian workers, state socialism & social change 1945-58]

Hartmut J.O. Pogge von Strandmann (University College University of Oxford) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Eur. 1800 onwards) [German and European history in the 19th & 20th c.; the 1848 revolutions; European imperialism; causes of the First World War; German-Russian economic relations in the 20th c.]

Anthony J. Pollard (History Subject Group University of Teesside) Prof. of Hist. (Late Med., Econ., Soc. & Pol.) [N. England, esp. 1450-1500]

Robert J.R. Poole (Dept. of History St. Martin’s College, Lancaster) Reader (16th-19th c. Brit.) [Samuel Bamford (1788-1872); radicalism in the age of Peterloo; witchcraft; cultural & social history of N.W. England]

Steve W. Poole (School of History University of the West of England, Bristol) Princ. Lect. (Brit. Soc. & Cultural Hist., Historiography) [Crowds & popular sovereignty in the 18th c.]

Rex Pope (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies University of Central Lancashire) [20th c. service industries; inter-war unemployment]

Dilwyn Porter (Department of Humanities & Social Sciences University College Worcester) Reader & Princ. Lect. (Mod. Brit.) [Financial journalism in Britain since c.1850; mail order retailing in Britain; social history of Association Football in Britain since 1945]

Dave Postles (Centre for English Local History University of Leicester) Marc Fitch Res. Fellow [English surnames survey]

Graham R. Potts (School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture University of Sunderland) Hon. Fellow in Hist. (19th c. Pol.) [Nonconformist architecture in N.E. England]

Avril A. Powell (Dept. of History University of London: School of Oriental & African Studies) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of S. Asia [Islam in S. Asia; Christian & Ahmadi missionary activity in N. India]

Keith L. Pratt (Dept. of East Asian Studies University of Durham) Emeritus Prof. of Chinese, p/t [East Asian cultural diffusion, with reference to art & music]

Claudia Prestel (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Lect. in Hist., Joint Director of Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust Stud. (Jewish Hist.) [Women's history; social history]

Michael C. Prestwich (Dept. of History University of Durham) Prof. of Hist. (Med.) [England 1225-1360]

Roger D. Price (Dept. of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Aberystwyth) Prof. of Hist. (19th c. Eur., esp. France) [French 2nd empire; technological innovations in 19th c. French industry]

J. Leslie Price (Dept. of History University of Hull) Reader in Hist. (17th c. Dutch) [History of Dutch Republic in 17th c.; Anglo-Dutch relations]

Nicholas Pronay (Inst. of Communications Stud. University of Leeds) Emeritus Prof., Inst. of Communications Stud. (19th-20th c.)

Nicholas Purcell (St. John's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) [Social & economic history of the Mediterranean basin]

A. William Purdue (Dept. of History The Open University) Reader in Hist. & Staff Tutor (Mod. Brit., Eur., & U.S.) [Merchants & gentry in N.E. England 1700-present; N.E. politics; World War II]

Roland E. Quinault (Department of Humanities, Arts & Languages London Metropolitan University) Reader, North Campus (Mod. Brit., London) [Modern British political & social history; Winston Churchill & his family]

Maria S. Quine (Dept. of History University of London: Queen Mary) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Euro. Hist. (Later Mod. Eur.) [Italian Fascism; welfare policy]

Adrian J. Randall (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Prof. of Eng. Soc. Hist. [British social & labour history 1700-1950]

Michael G. Rapport (Dept. of History University of Stirling) Lect. in Hist. (Eur., esp. France) [Revolutionary Europe; Decembrists in Russia; 19th c. Europe; cosmopolitanism & patriotism in the French Revolution]

James R. Raven (Dept. of History University of Essex) Prof. of Hist. [18th c. literary & cultural history, with particular emphasis on book & communications history]

Carole Rawcliffe (School of History University of East Anglia) Prof. of Hist. [Social history of medicine; medieval women; medieval hospitals; leprosy in the middle ages]

Louis P. Rawlings (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Lect. in Anc. Hist. (Greece) [Ethos, warfare & society of chiefdoms in Greco-Roman world; oral tradition]

Timothy J. Rees (Department of History University of Exeter) Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Eur.) [Rural history of Spain; Franco regime & Spanish Communist party]

Alastair J. Reid (Girton College University of Cambridge) (Mod. Brit.) [Work organization; trade unions; labour politics]

Douglas A. Reid (Dept. of History University of Hull) Sen. Lect. in Soc. Hist. (17th-20th c. Brit., India) [Leisure & popular culture, esp. in 19th c. towns; holiday patterns & railway excursions]

Kirsty M. Reid (Dept. of Historical Studies University of Bristol) Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Brit., Gender & Sexuality, Colonialism) [Gender, crime & punishment; gender & working-class formation; Australian penal colonies]

Jane L. Rendall (Dept. of History University of York) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (18th-19th c. Brit., Women) [Gender & women's history in Britain, esp. Scotland c.1750-1870]

Chris J. Rhodes (Dept. of Applied Social Sciences London Metropolitan University) Sen. Lect. in Soc., City Campus [Trades union in 19th-20th c. U.K. & U.S.A.]

Lucy J. Riall (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Eur.) [State formation in 19th c. Italy, esp. Sicily]

Jeffrey M. Richards (Dept. of History University of Lancaster) Prof. of Cultural Hist. [National identity; monarchy; music & imperialism]

John C. Richards (Dept. of History of Art University of Glasgow) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of Art [Humanism & visual arts in Italian trecento]

Roger C. Richardson (History & Archaeology Subject Areas King Alfred’s University College) Prof. (17th c., Historiography) [Historiography of English Revolution; 17th c. domestic servants; English social & local history]

Stephen H. Rigby (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Reader in Med. Hist. (Eng. Soc. & Econ.) [Medieval literature; later medieval English towns; Marxist historiography]

Jonathan S.C. Riley-Smith (Emmanuel College University of Cambridge) Dixie Prof. of Eccles. Hist. [Crusades & Latin East]

Andrew P. Roach (Dept. of History University of Glasgow) Lect. in Hist., Director of L.T.S.N. Subject Centre for Hist., Classics & Archaeol. (12th-13th c. Church, Med. Towns) [Heresy & response of the church in 12th-13th c.]

Michael F. Roberts (Dept. of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Aberystwyth) Lect. in Hist. (16th-17th c. Brit. & Eur., Historiography) [Work; wages; women; early modern Wales]

John A.G. Roberts (Division of History University of Huddersfield) Princ. Lect. (China & Japan, Victorian Thought) [China, esp. 19th-20th c. & European perceptions]

Peter R. Roberts (School of History University of Kent At Canterbury) Reader in Hist. (Early Mod. Brit.) [Elizabethan court; parliament & theatre 1558-1642; Tudor Wales; early modern concepts of Britain & Britishness]

Gerrylynn K. Roberts (Dept. of History of Science, Technology & Medicine The Open University) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of Sc. [Chemical education & professionalization; science-industry relations]

Penny Roberts (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Lect. in Hist. (16th-17th c. French)

John C. Robertson (St. Hugh's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Early Mod. Brit. & Eur., Pol. Thought) [Intellectual history of Europe 1600-1800; comparative study of the Enlightenment in Scotland & Naples]

Francis C.R. Robinson (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Prof. of Hist. of S. Asia (Int. & Mod. Islamic) [Islamic S. Asia; transmission of Islamic knowledge]

Richard G. Rodger (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Prof. of Urban Hist., Director of Centre for Urban Hist. [Development of Edinburgh in 19th c.]

Peter Roebuck (School of History, Philosophy & Politics (Coleraine) University of Ulster) Prof. of Hist., Pro Vice-Chancellor, Academic Affairs & Provost, Coleraine (Econ.)

Eugene L. Rogan (St. Antony's College University of Oxford) [Arab provinces of Ottoman empire]

Graham Rogers (Dept. of History Edge Hill University College) Princ. Lect. (Eng. Rural Hist.) [Common land enclosure & its social impact]

Helen Rogers (Centre of Social Science Liverpool John Moores University) Lect. (19th c. Brit., Soc.)

Thomas Rohkramer (Dept. of History University of Lancaster) Sen. Lect. in Hist. [Modern Germany; cultural history]

David W. Rollason (Dept. of History University of Durham) Prof. of Hist. (Med.) [Early medieval Northumbria; N. English historiography]

Francisco J. (Paco) Romero Salvado (Dept. of Law, Governance & International Relations London Metropolitan University) Sen. Lect. in Eur. Hist., City Campus (Mod. Eur. Hist., esp. Spain) [Inter-war years; Spanish history; impact of Russian Revolution & World War I on Western Europe]

Ivan A. Roots (Department of History University of Exeter) Emeritus Prof. of Hist. (17th c. Brit.) [Parliament in 1650s; British dimension of Civil War & Interregnum 1640-60]

Michael S. Roper (Dept. of History University of Essex) Sen. Lect. in Soc. & Cultural Hist. (Brit. Soc. & Cultural Hist., Oral Hist. & Life Stories) [Life story methods; war & memory in early 20th c. Britain; masculinity & subjectivity]

Lyndal A. Roper (Balliol College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Early Mod. Eur., Women) [Witchcraft in early modern Germany]

Mary B. Rose (Dept. of Economics University of Lancaster) Sen. Lect. in Econ., Dept. of Econ. [Business history; international competition in textiles]

Susan Rose (History Programme University of Surrey Roehampton) Sen. Lect. (15th-16th c. Brit. & Eur., Naval) [Medieval naval warfare; Calais under English rule 1347-1559]

Mark Roseman (Dept. of History University of Southampton) Prof. (Mod. Hist.) [Third Reich; post-war German history]

Adrienne R. Rosen (Kellogg College University of Oxford) [Local history 15th-18th c.; English social & economic history]

Corey D. Ross (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. [20th c. Germany, esp. post-1945]

A. Gervase Rosser (St. Catherine's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Med. Hist.) [Medieval guilds in England; history of art in the Renaissance; miracle-working images in Italy]

Judith D. Rowbotham (Dept. of International Studies Nottingham Trent University) Sen. Lect., Co-Director S.O.L.O.N. (18th-19th c. Brit., Soc. & Cultural Hist., Crime, Gender, Imp.) ['Bad' behaviour & socially visible crime; colonialism & law; population of foreign missions & missionaries, 19th c.; newspapers & other popular writing]

Alison Rowlands (Dept. of History University of Essex) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (16th-18th c. Eur.) [Women, gender, crime & witchcraft in early modern Germany]

Jane L. Rowlandson (Dept. of Classics University of London: King's College) Lect. in Anc. Hist. [Society & culture of Egypt in Ptolemaic & Roman periods]

Edward Royle (Dept. of History University of York) Prof. of Hist. (18th-20th c. Brit. & Eur.) [Chartism, radicalism, Owenism & freethought; religion in Yorkshire since 1750]

Miri E. Rubin (Dept. of History University of London: Queen Mary) Prof. of Late Med. Eur. [Social relations & religious culture; Jewish-Christian relations]

William D. Rubinstein (Dept. of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Aberystwyth) Prof. of Hist. (19th-20th c. Econ. & Soc. Hist., Brit., esp. Elites, Jewish Hist.)

Ulinka C. Rublack (St. John's College University of Cambridge) University Lecturer (Early Mod. Eur. Soc. & Cultural Hist, Hist. Anthr.)

John G. Rule (Dept. of History University of Southampton) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (Mod. Brit. Soc. & Econ. Hist.) [Trade unionism 1700-1880; social class since 1950]

Peter Rushton (School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture University of Sunderland) Princ. Lect. (Hist. Sociology)

David G. Russell (Division of Humanities Bolton Institute of Higher Education) Lect. (Mod. Brit. & Eur. Hist.)

David C. Russell (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies University of Central Lancashire) Reader (Mod. Soc. Hist.) [Popular culture, esp. music, sport & local regional identity]

Roger J. Ryan (Dept. of History Edge Hill University College) Lect. (Soc., Econ. & Business Hist.) [History of insurance; history of yachting as a middle-class recreation; Scott family business interests in Bolton c.1870-1914]

Matthias Röhrig Assunçao (Dept. of History University of Essex) Lect. in Hist. (Latin Amer.) [Slavery & post-emancipation in Brazil & the Caribbean; Afro-American culture, esp. martial arts & capoeira]

John B. Salmon (Dept. of Classical & Archaeological Studies University of Nottingham) Sen. Lect. in Classical Stud. (10th-3rd c. B.C. Greek) [Public building in Greek economy]

J. Michael Sanderson (School of History University of East Anglia) Prof. of Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Official history of U.E.A.; education & economic decline in England from 1870 to the present day]

Hilary J. Sapire (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Lect. in Hist. (Imp. & C'wealth) [Social history of South Africa in 20th c.]

Steven J. Sarson (Dept. of History University of Wales, Swansea) Lect. in Hist. (Amer.) [American colonies & revolution]

David Saunders (School of Historical Studies University of Newcastle Upon Tyne) Prof. (19th-20th c. Eur., esp. Russia & Ukraine) [Russian & Ukrainian history, esp. society, politics, historiography & ethnic relations]

John Saville (Dept. of History University of Hull) Emeritus Prof. of Econ. & Soc. Hist.

Len E. Scales (Dept. of History University of Durham) Lect. in Hist. (Med. Eur.) [Medieval Europe, esp. Germany]

Christopher J. Schmitz (School of History University of St. Andrews) Lect. in Mod. Hist. (Econ. & Soc.) [19th c. British imperialism & foreign investment; 19th-20th c. British social history]

Roger S. Schofield (Clare College University of Cambridge) (Brit. Econ. & Soc.) [Short-run interactions between real wages & fertility, nuptiality & mortality]

Phillipp Schofield (Dept. of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Aberystwyth) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Late Med. Soc. & Econ. Hist.) [Peasantry in medieval England]

Theo J. Schulte (Department of History Anglia Polytechnic University) Sen. Lect. (20th c. Germany) [War crimes trials re. Nazi Germany 1945-95]

Rainer U.W. Schulze (Dept. of History University of Essex) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (19th-20th c. Eur.) [20th c. German history; forced migration movements in 20th c. Europe; regionalism & regional development; collective memory & individual experience; Bergen-Belsen concentration camp]

Lynette L. Schumaker (Centre for History of Science, Technology & Medicine University of Manchester) Lect., C.H.S.T.M. (20th c. Anthr., Brit. & Afric., Medical Soc.) [History of anthropology, technology & medicine in central Africa]

Leonard D. Schwarz (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. [English social & urban history, mid 17th c.-mid 19th c.; London, 1660-1850; poverty in England, 1660-1870]

Suzanne Schwarz (Dept. of History Liverpool Hope University College) Sen. Lect. (Mod. Brit.) [N.W. social & economic history; slave trade]

Kevin Schürer (Dept. of History University of Essex) Prof. in Hist. (17th-19th c. Eng., Hist. Demography) [Migration; family & kinship networks; demographic & community history; regional identity; employment; surname distribution]

Axel R. Schäfer (Dept. of American Studies University of Keele) Lect. in Amer. Stud. [Cultural history of the welfare state]

Tom Scott (Institute of Reformation Studies, University of St Andrews) Reader in Med. Hist. (Med. Econ & Pol., Reformation) [Economic Regionalism; City-States]

Katie Scott (Dept. of History of Art University of London: Courtauld Institute of Art) Lect. in Hist. of Art [City as sign of polite culture in 18th c. France; 17th-18th c. French architecture: decoration]

Hamish M. Scott (School of History University of St. Andrews) Prof. of Mod. Hist. (17th-18th c. Eur.) [Government & international relations in 17th & 18th c. Europe]

Ged Seacombe (Division of Humanities Bolton Institute of Higher Education) Lect. (Soc. & Urban Hist.) [Economic & industrial history; sociology]

John Seed (History Programme University of Surrey Roehampton) Princ. Lect. (18th-19th c. Brit., Soc.) [18th & 19th c. religion; liberalism; Liberal historiography; Marxist theories]

W. David H. Sellar (School of Law University of Edinburgh) Sen. Lect. in Hist. of Scots Law [History of family; Scottish legal history; Highland clans]

Timothy Shakesheff (Department of Humanities & Social Sciences University College Worcester) Lect. [19th-c. British social history, crime & protest]

James A. Sharpe (Dept. of History University of York) Prof. of Hist. [Crime in early modern England; witchcraft]

A. Reza Sheikholeslami (Wadham College University of Oxford) Masoumeh and Fereydoon Soudavar Prof. of Persian Stud. [20th c. Iran]

William J. Sheils (Dept. of History University of York) Sen. Lect. in Hist. [Post Reformation religion & social history in Britain; regional history 1500-1700]

Alexandra Shepard (School of History University of Sussex) [17th c. English social & cultural history; masculinity]

Dorothy Sheridan (University Library University of Sussex) Archivist (Soc. Hist. & Methodology) [Everyday life in Britain as recorded through autobiographical accounts]

Naoko Shimazu (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Lect. in Japanese Hist. (Mod. Japan) [Cultural history of the Russo-Japanese war]

D. Graham J. Shipley (School of Archaeology & Ancient History University of Leicester) Prof. of Anc. Hist. (Greek & Roman) [Sparta; landscapes; Hellenistic history]

Kirsty M.W. Shipton (School of Archaeology & Ancient History University of Leicester) University Fellow (Greek & Roman) [Cash economy of ancient Athens; social configuration of Athenian wealth]

Robert B. Shoemaker (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Reader in Hist. (17th-19th c. Brit. Soc.) [Defamation, protest, crime & gender in 17th-18th c. London]

Brendan P. Simms (Peterhouse University of Cambridge) (19th c. Eur.) [Prussia 1786-1815; Hanover & Britain 1714-1837; Third Reich]

Patricia Skinner (Dept. of Adult Cont. Educ. University of Southampton) Lect. in Hist. (Med.) [Medieval southern Italy]

Paul A. Slack (Linacre College University of Oxford) Prof. of Early Mod. Soc. Hist. [16th-18th c. English social policy, welfare, towns]

Graeme P. Small (Dept. of History University of Glasgow) Sen. Lect. in Med. Hist. [Valois Burgundy; later medieval France; historical culture]

Adrian Smith (Cultural Studies Academic Division: Historical Studies, University of Southampton) Sen. Lect. in Hist. Stud., New College (Mod. Brit. & C'wealth Hist.) [Labour history; newspaper history; civil military relations]

Brendan Smith (Dept. of Historical Studies University of Bristol) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Med. Brit. & Ireland) [English colony in medieval Ireland]

Catherine A. Smith (Division of History University College Northampton) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Early Mod.) [Social, economic & cultural development of urban society 1680-1840]

James J. Smyth (Dept. of History University of Stirling) Lect. in Hist. (Brit. & Scot.) [Labour politics; urban poor in the 19th & 20th c.; historical reputations & national identity]

Keith D.M. Snell (Centre for English Local History University of Leicester) Prof. of Rural & Cultural Hist. [Cultural & agrarian history]

Sally I. Sokoloff (Division of History University College Northampton) Princ. Lect. in Hist., Division Leader (Mod.) [Britain & the Second World War]

David H. Solkin (Dept. of History of Art University of London: Courtauld Institute of Art) Reader in Hist. of Art [Painting in England after the Restoration; Hogarth; manhood in British narrative art]

Michael Sonenscher (King's College University of Cambridge) (Mod. Eur.) [French politcal thought 1650-1848]

Donald A. Spaeth (School of History & Archaeology University of Glasgow) Sen. Lect. in Hist. Computing (Soc. Hist., Early Mod. Eur. & Eng., Hist. Computing) [Social history of religion; Church of England in 17th & 18th c.; historical methods; material culture & the middling sort]

Roger H. Spalding (Dept. of History Edge Hill University College) Sen. Lect. (Oral Hist., Labour Party, National Identity) [Relationship between formation of national identity & popular perceptions of the past]

Craig G. Spence (Dept. of History University of London: Goldsmiths' College) Lect. in Early Mod. Brit. Hist. (Soc., Cultural & Urban Hist.) [History of accidents, risk & medicine]

John O. Springhall (School of History, Philosophy & Politics (Coleraine) University of Ulster) Reader in Hist. (Soc.) [Moral panics; young people & commercial entertainment]

H. Margaret Spufford (History Programme University of Surrey Roehampton) Emeritus Prof. [Early modern English society; local history]

John Spurr (Dept. of History University of Wales, Swansea) Reader in Hist. (Early Mod.) [Oaths; religion; English politics 1660-1690]

Peter D. Stachura (Dept. of History University of Stirling) Prof. of Mod. Eur. Hist., Director, Centre for Res. in Polish Hist. (Eur., esp. Germany & Poland) [Weimar republic; 2nd Polish republic]

Pauline A. Stafford (School of History University of Liverpool) Prof. of Med. Hist. (Early Med., esp. Women & Gender) [Gender & the Norman Conquest; ruling women 10th & 11th c.; history of early medieval women]

Nicholas Stargardt (Magdalen College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (19th-20th c. Eur. Hist.) [Social history of Nazi Germany; history of childhood]

Pat Starkey (School of History University of Liverpool) Lect. [History of 20th c. voluntary social work agencies working with families]

Rebecca K. Starr (School of Humanities University of Gloucestershire) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Amer. & U.S.A., Amer. Women) [Early American political culture & political thought; American South]

Karen E. Stears (Classics University of Edinburgh) Lect. in Classics (Greek Soc. Hist.)

Carolyn Steedman (Centre for Social History University of Warwick) Prof. of Hist. (18th-20th c.) [Working-class autobiography; 18th-19th c. household servants; children & childhood; policing]

Murray Steele (Dept. of History Edge Hill University College) Lect., p/t (Southern Afric.)

A. Jill R. Stephenson (History University of Edinburgh) Reader in Mod. Hist. (Eur.) [Society & politics in modern Germany to 1945]

John Stevenson (Worcester College University of Oxford) Reader in Mod. Hist. (18th-20th c. Brit. & Eur.) [British social & political history from the 18th c. to the present, esp. popular protest; the history of London; the life & times of William Cobbett; British history between the wars]

Charles W. Stewart (Dept. of History University of London: University College) Reader in Anthr. (Greece) [Dreams in Greece]

Paul Stigant (School of Humanities University of Greenwich) Director of the Maritime Greenwich Campus??? (18th-19th c. Soc. & Pol.)

Raymond G. Stokes (Dept. of Economic & Social History University of Glasgow) Prof. of Int. Ind. Hist. [German business history; comparative industrial history; history of science & technology]

Christopher D. Storrs (Dept. of History University of Dundee) Sen. Lect. (17th-20th c. Eur.) [Early modern history, esp. Spain, Italy & Portugal; international relations; war; state formation; diplomacy; nobility]

Mark J. Stoyle (Dept. of History University of Southampton) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Early Mod. Eng.) [English Civil War; Cornish & Welsh particularism; popular memory]

Keith J. Stringer (Dept. of History University of Lancaster) Reader in Hist. [Kingship & nobility in medieval England & Scotland; regional & national identity]

David J. Sturdy (School of History, Philosophy & Politics (Coleraine) University of Ulster) Prof. of Early Mod. Hist. (Early Mod. Eur.)

A. Penny Summerfield (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Prof. [Social & cultural history of the Second World War, esp. women & gender, home defence, conscientious objection & the impact of the war in families]

Nigel J. Swain (School of History University of Liverpool) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. (Mod. Eastern Eur., esp. Hungary)

Geoffrey R. Swain (School of History University of the West of England, Bristol) Prof. (Eur. Pol. Hist.) [20th c. Russia & E. Europe]

Robert N. Swanson (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Prof. of Med. Eccles. Hist. [Church history 13th c.-c.1540, esp. economic involvement in England]

Roger E. Swift (Dept. of History University College Chester) Prof. of Victorian Stud., Director of Centre for Victorian Stud. [Crime, policing & popular protest; Irish immigration & settlement]

E. Anthony Swift (Dept. of History University of Essex) Lect. in Hist. (19th-20th c. Russia) [Russian popular culture; world's fairs & exhibitions]

Simon R.S. Szreter (St. John's College University of Cambridge) Reader in Hist. & Public Policy (Early Mod. & Mod. Brit. Soc. & Econ.) [History of urbanization; public health; fertility; sexuality; socio-demographic thought]

Michael Tadman (School of History University of Liverpool) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Slavery in America]

Bertrand O. Taithe (Dept. of History University of Manchester) Sen. Lect. in Cultural Hist. (Mod. Brit. & France) [War & medicine; Henry Mayhew; 1870 war; Contagious Diseases Act & regulation of prostitution; 19th c. French cultural history; history of the body; history of humanitarianism]

Frank Tallett (School of History University of Reading) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Early Mod. Eur.) [Warfare; religion in France]

Duncan M. Tanner (School of History & Welsh History University of Wales, Bangor) Prof. of Hist. (18th-20th c. Brit., Eur. Socialism) [History of Labour party; electoral politics & social change]

Miles Taylor (Dept. of History University of Southampton) Prof. (Later Mod.) [19th & 20th c. British history]

Barbara G. Taylor (Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology University of East London) Reader (18th-19th c. Cultural Hist., Women) [Late 18th c. feminism]

David Taylor (Division of History University of Huddersfield) Prof. & Dean (Mod. Brit.) [Crime & policing in modern Britain]

Philip M. Taylor (School of History University of Leeds) Prof. of Int. Communications (19th-20th c.)

Stephen J.C. Taylor (School of History University of Reading) Reader in 18th c. Brit. Hist. (Early Mod. Brit.) [The Church & the Whigs 1714-60; Walpole]

Melanie J. Tebbutt (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Sen. Lect. in Hist., Director of Manchester Centre for Regional Hist. (18th-20th c. Soc.) [Local history; oral history; women's history]

Howard R. Temperley (University of London: Institute of United States Studies) Teaching Fellow in Amer. Hist. [Early 19th c. America; slavery & anti-slavery]

Howard R. Temperley (School of English & American Studies University of East Anglia) Emeritus Prof. of Amer. Hist. [Early 19th c. America; slavery & anti-slavery]

Fiona E. Terry-Chandler (School of Humanities & Social Sciences University of Wolverhampton) Sen. Lect. (16th-19th c. Women) [19th c. women question; heritage & history]

Patricia M. Thane (University of London: Institute of Historical Research) Leverhulme Prof. of Contemp. Brit. Hist., Inst. of Contemp. Brit. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit. Soc. & Pol., Women, Welfare, Labour) [19th-20th c. social, cultural, economic & political aspects of social welfare; social relationships; gender history; labour history; interconnections between these themes]

Deborah Thom (Robinson College University of Cambridge) (20th c. Brit. Soc. & Econ.) [Psychology & punishment of children in 20th c.]

Rosalind Thomas (Dept. of Classics University of London: Royal Holloway) Prof. of Anc. Hist. (Classical Greece) [Literacy & orality; Greek historiography]

Anabel Thomas (Dept. of Art History The Open University) Res. Lect. in Hist. of Art [Workshop practice in Renaissance Italy, esp. Neri di Bicci]

David M. Thompson (Fitzwilliam College University of Cambridge) Reader in Mod. Church Hist., Fac. of Div. (19th-20th c. Brit., esp. Eccles.) [Church, state & society in modern Britain]

Dorothy J. Thompson (Girton College University of Cambridge) [Hellenistic Egypt]

Alastair P. Thompson (Dept. of History University of Durham) Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Eur.) [19th-20th c. Germany; Germans & Zeppelin]

Roger F. Thompson (School of English & American Studies University of East Anglia) Emeritus Prof. of Amer. Hist. [Watertown, Mass. 1630-80]

Benjamin J. Thompson (Somerville College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (11th-16th c. Eng. & Eur.) [Changing aristocratic attitudes to the church's property; kingship, lordship & politics from 1066 to 1509]

Alan Thomson (Dept. of Humanities University of Hertfordshire) Associate Dean, Academic (15th-17th c. Eng.) [Local history in 17th c. Hertfordshire; Maurice Thomson, entrepreneur]

Guy P.C. Thomson (Dept. of History University of Warwick) Reader in Hist. (19th c. Mexico & Spain)

Richard I. Thomson (History of Art University of Edinburgh) Watson Gordon Prof. of Fine Art [19th & early 20th c. visual culture in France]

Timothy J. Thornton (Division of History University of Huddersfield) Princ. Lect. & Head of Hist. (Med. & Early Mod.) [Palatinates of Chester & Durham; Isle of Man; Channel Islands; prophecy]

Richard C. Thurlow (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (U.S.A., Fascism) [Political extremism & the British state security service; British Fascism]

R. Gary Tiedemann (Dept. of History University of London: School of Oriental & African Studies) Lect. in Mod. Hist. of China [History of Christianity in China; the Chinese revolution]

Rosalind E. Tigwell (Division of Humanities Bolton Institute of Higher Education) Sen. Lect. (Mod. Brit. Soc. & Econ. Hist., Local & Regional Hist.)

Elizabeth C. Tingle (Division of History University College Northampton) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Early Mod.) [Economy & society in early modern Nantes]

Stephen Todd (Dept. of Classics University of Manchester) Reader in Anc. Hist. [Greek social & legal history; Attic orators, esp. Lysias]

Vera Tolz (School of Politics & Contemporary History University of Salford) Prof. of Pol. & Contemp. Hist. (20th c. Russian/Soviet Hist. & Pol.) [Russian national identity; E. European democratization]

Alannah E. Tomkins (Dept. of History University of Keele) Lect. in Hist. & Assistant County Editor, V.C.H. Staffs. [Staffordshire towns; poverty/poor relief & charity]

Jonathan Tonge (School of Politics & Contemporary History University of Salford) Prof. of Pol. [Employment policy; Irish politics & N. Ireland question; civil service]

John A. Tosh (History Programme University of Surrey Roehampton) Prof. (Gender & Soc. Hist. in Mod. Brit., Historiography) [Masculinities & manliness in 19th c. Britain; social rationale of historical study]

Richard H. Trainor (School of Humanities University of Greenwich) Prof. of Soc. Hist., Vice-Chancellor, until Sept. 2004 [Social history of British middle class & its urban elites 1850-1950; universities in urban context since 1850]

R. Clive Trebilcock (Pembroke College University of Cambridge) Reader in Mod. Eur. Hist. (Mod. Eur., Japanese Econ., Business Hist., Tech. Transfer) [Official history of Phoenix Assurance & U.K. Insurance business 1870-1984]

J. William D. Trythall (Dept. of History University of York) Lect. in Hist. (20th c., esp. Spain) [20th c. Spanish history, esp. politics; Franco regime; Spain & Cold War]

David M. Turley (School of History University of Kent At Canterbury) Prof. of Soc. & Cultural Hist. [Slavery & the consequences of emancipation; African-American intellectuals]

David M. Turner (School of Humanities, Law & Social Sciences University of Glamorgan) Lect. in Hist., Field Leader (Early Mod. Brit.) [Sex, marriage & morality in the 17th & 18th c.]

Michael J. Turner (School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture University of Sunderland) Reader in Hist. (Mod. Brit.) [19th c. reform movements]

Michael J. Twaddle (University of London: Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Reader in C'wealth Stud. (E. & Central Afric. & Caribbean) [Migration, settlement & nationalism in Africa & the Caribbean]

Alison Twells (Historical Studies Subject Group Sheffield Hallam University) Sen. Lect. (19th-20th c. Brit. Soc.) [Race, gender & class formation; missionary practices & the 'civilising mission']

Robert E. Tyson (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Sen. Lect. in Econ. Hist. (Scot. Econ., Population Hist.) [Population history of pre-industrial Britain; urban history of Scotland c.1550-1700; demography 18th c. Scotland]

Rosemary M. Tyzack (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Brit., C'wealth)

Cornelie Usborne (History Programme University of Surrey Roehampton) Reader (20th c. Germany, Soc. & Cultural Hist.) [Reproductive health; medicine; women & gender in Weimar & Nazi Germany]

Henrietta C. (Riet) van Bremen (Dept. of History University of London: University College) Sen. Lect. in Anc. Hist. (Greek World) [Hellenistic & Roman Asia Minor]

Hans van Wees (Dept. of History University of London: University College) Reader in Anc. Hist. (Greece) [Early Greek society & economy; Homer; Greek warfare]

Megan A. Vaughan (King's College University of Cambridge) Smuts Prof. of C'wealth Hist. [Mauritius in 18th c.: creation of colonial society & history of slavery; Malawi & Zambia recent history]

Keith Vernon (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies University of Central Lancashire) Sen. Lect. (Mod. Soc. Hist.) [British universities in 20th c.]

Amanda Vickery (Dept. of History University of London: Royal Holloway) Reader (20th c. Brit., Women) [Genteel families in 18th-early 19th c. England]

Manuel Villaverde Cabral (Dept. of History University of London: King's College) Prince Henry the Navigator Prof. of Portuguese Hist.

David M. Vincent (Dept. of History The Open University) Prof. of Soc. Hist. [History of secrecy; history of careers]

M. Mary T. Vincent (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (20th c. Spain) [Spanish Republic & Civil War; history of gender]

Richard C. Vinen (Dept. of History University of London: King's College) Reader in Hist. (Later Mod.) [20th c. French history]

Jenel Virden (Dept. of American Studies University of Hull) Sen. Lect. in Amer. Hist. (Contemp., Immigration) [Immigration; war & society]

Sitta V.I.A. von Reden (Dept. of Classics & Ancient History University of Bristol) Lect. in Classics & Anc. Hist. (Greek Soc. & Econ.)

Jennifer Walden (School of Art, Design & Media University of Portsmouth) Sen. Lect. in Hist. & Theoretical Stud., Sch. of Art [Current issues & debates in philosophy of history & art history; history, memory & representation]

Peter R. Waldron (School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture University of Sunderland) Prof. of Hist. (Russian & E. Eur.) [Russia since 1800]

Simon K. Walker (Dept. of History University of Sheffield) Reader in Hist. (Later Med. Eng.) [Political & social history of later medieval England]

Garthine M. Walker (School of History & Archaeology Cardiff University) Lect. in Mod. Hist. (Early Mod. Brit. & Eur., Gender Hist.) [Power, gender & law in early modern England; social impact of civil wars & revolution in Britain]

David Waller (Division of American Studies University College Northampton) Sen. Lect. in Pol. (U.S.) [Employment training & welfare reforms in U.S.]

Philip J. Waller (Merton College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (19th-20th c. Brit.) [Authors & reading public in Britain 1880-1918; modern British urban history]

Margaret Walsh (School of American & Canadian Studies University of Nottingham) Prof. of Amer. Econ. & Soc. Hist. (19th-20th c.) [Long-distance bus industry in U.S.; America's working women; the American West]

Oonagh F. Walsh (Dept. of History University of Aberdeen) Lect. in Hist. & Women's Stud. (Mod. Eur. & Irish) [Irishwomen's social & political lives; women's studies]

John D. Walter (Dept. of History University of Essex) Prof. of Hist. (16th-18th c. Eng., Pol., Soc.) [Early modern English popular political culture & protest; state oaths; cultural history of food]

John K. Walton (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies University of Central Lancashire) Prof. (Mod. Soc. & Cultural Hist.) [Comparative urban history, Britain & Spain]

James Walvin (Dept. of History University of York) Prof. of Mod. Hist. [Slavery in Americas]

Matthew C. Ward (Dept. of History University of Dundee) Lect. (18th-20th c. Amer.) [Colonial American history; Native American history]

John R. Ward (Economic & Social History University of Edinburgh) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Economic & social history of Latin America since 1945]

Bryan R. Ward-Perkins (Trinity College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Late Roman & Med. Hist.) [Mediterranean region in the period of transition from the Roman world to that of the middle ages c.300-700; urban & economic history]

Allen J. Warren (Dept. of History University of York) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit. & Irish) [19th c. British political history; youth history]

Sally E. Warwick-Haller (School of Social Science Kingston University) Sen. Lect. in Hist. [Women in Ireland 19th-20th c.]

Ann Waswo (St. Antony's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Mod. Japanese Hist.) [Housing & housing policy in post-war Japan]

Geoff A. Watkins (History Subject Group University of Teesside) Princ. Lect. & Deputy Director of Sch. (19th-20th c. French & German) [Napoleonic legend; Paul Morand & Vichy France]

Fiona J. Watson (Dept. of History University of Stirling) Sen. Lect. in Hist., Director, AHRB Centre for Environmental Hist. (Scot.) [Environmental history, esp. Scottish woodland history and history of the uplands; Anglo-Scottish wars of independence; national identity; kingship & government in medieval Scotland]

Ruth Watson (Dept. of History University of London: Birkbeck College) Lect. in Hist. of Imp. & Post-colonial societies [W. African colonial history]

John L. Watts (Corpus Christi College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Late Med. Brit. Pol. Hist.) [Later medieval England & Europe; the growth of government & the transition from 'medieval' to 'early modern' political forms]

C. Leslie Wayper (Fitzwilliam College University of Cambridge) (19th-20th c. Eur.)

Clive J. Webb (School of History University of Sussex) [Jews & Blacks in the American South; the civil rights movement; lynching of Italian & Hispanic immigrants in the American South]

Ian P. Wei (Dept. of Historical Studies University of Bristol) Sen. Lect. in Hist. (Med. Eur.) [Intellectuals in medieval society; university of Paris in 13th c.]

Paul J. Weindling (School of Humanities Oxford Brookes University) Prof. (Soc. Hist. of Health, Welfare & Medical Sc.) [Medical war crimes trials; medical refugees in the 20th c.]

David A. Welch (School of History University of Kent At Canterbury) Prof. of Mod. Eur. Hist. (20th c.) [Germany & World War I; biography of Hitler]

Roger A.E. Wells (Dept. of History Canterbury Christ Church University College) Prof. (18th-19th c. Soc. Hist.) [Social & economic history of England 18th-19th c.; crime & policing]

Roberta S. Wells (Homerton College University of Cambridge) University Lecturer, Fac. of Educ. (Mod. Soc. & Econ., Hist. of Educ.) [Early 20th c. women's history; women war artists]

Emily R. West (School of History University of Reading) Lect. in Amer. Hist. [Slavery & the antebellum South]

Joachim Whaley (Gonville & Caius College University of Cambridge) [History of Germany 1600-1800]

Christopher A. Whatley (Dept. of History University of Dundee) Prof. of Scot. Hist. (17th-20th c. Scot. & Brit.) [Scottish economic & social history c.1690-1850; causes & consequences of the Union of 1707; order & disorder; the industrial city, esp. Dundee]

L. Michael Whitby (Dept. of Classics & Ancient History University of Warwick) Prof. of Anc. Hist. [Social & religious history of the late Roman periods, Alexander & 4th c. Athens]

James D. White (Inst. of Central & E. Eur. Stud. University of Glasgow) Reader in Russian Hist., Inst. of Soviet & E. Eur. Stud. [History of Russian Marxism]

Jane C. Whittle (Department of History University of Exeter) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. (Early Mod. Brit. Econ. & Soc.) [15th-16th c. rural society & economy of England]

Sabine Wichert (School of Modern History The Queen’s University, Belfast) Sen. Lect. in Mod. Hist. (19th-20th c. Eur.)

Christopher J. Wickham (School of Historical Studies University of Birmingham) Prof. of Early Med. Hist. [Early medieval Europe; 12th c. Italian society]

David M. Williams (School of Historical Studies University of Leicester) Sen. Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist. [Maritime history since 1750]

Jack Williams (Centre of Social Science Liverpool John Moores University) Reader in Cultural Hist. (19th-20th c. Soc., Sport) [Social & cultural history of sport in Britain]

Richard J. Williams (School of Humanities University of Plymouth) Sen. Lect. (18th c. Brit. Soc. & Pol. Hist.) [Crime, authority & popular culture]

Alan P. Williams (School of Social & Policy Sciences (Harrow) University of Westminster) Sen. Lect. [Film & propaganda in Britain]

Christopher M. Williams (School of Humanities, Law & Social Sciences University of Glamorgan) Prof., Centre for Mod. & Contemp. Wales [Social & political history of modern Wales & modern Britain]

Philip A. Williamson (Dept. of History University of Durham) Prof. of Hist. (20th c. Brit.) [British history 1900-50]

Stephen Wilson (School of History University of East Anglia) Reader in Eur. Hist. [Naming practices; witchcraft; popular religion & magic]

Peter H. Wilson (School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture University of Sunderland) Prof. of Hist. (17th-18th c. Eur., esp. Germany) [German history 17th-18th c.; war & society in early modern Europe]

Shelagh Wilson (Dept. of Historical & Critical Studies: History of Art, Design & Film Division University of Northumbria At Newcastle) Lect. (Design Hist.) [Arts congresses; (good) design; taste & culture; craft]

Angus J.L. Winchester (Dept. of History University of Lancaster) Sen. Lect. in Hist. [Landscape; Quakers; Resource management in upland wastes of N. England]

Michael J. Winstanley (Dept. of History University of Lancaster) Sen. Lect. in Hist. [19th & early 20th c. British social history; rural society; oral history; computing & history]

Roy L. Wolfe (School of History University of Reading) Lect. in Hist. (Mod. Soc.) [Moral issues & legislation, incl. public health]

Diana P. Wood (School of History University of East Anglia) Sen. Fellow [Medieval economic, political & ecclesiastical thought]

Alan T. Wood (Dept. of History University of Lancaster) Sen. Lect. in Russian Hist. [Historical development of Siberia; Siberian exile system; Russian revolutionary movement]

Andrew Wood (School of History University of East Anglia) Sen. Lect. in Soc. Hist., Centre of East Anglian Stud. [Custom, plebeian culture & politics in England 1500-1800]

Betty C. Wood (Girton College University of Cambridge) Reader in Amer. Hist. (Amer.)

Gregory D. Woolf (Dept. of Ancient History & Church History University of St. Andrews) Prof. of Anc. Hist. [Cultural history of the Roman empire; ancient economic & social history; Roman provincial archaeology; Roman Gaul]

Jenny Wormald (St. Hilda's College University of Oxford) University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate) (Early Mod. Brit. & Eur.) [Dual monarchy: the reign of James VI & I]

Christopher J. Wrigley (School of History & Art History University of Nottingham) Prof. of Mod. Brit. Hist. (19th-20th c. Brit. & Eur.) [20th c. British economic, social & political history; history of industrial relations (including comparative)]

Terry J. Wyke (Dept. of History & Economic History Manchester Metropolitan University) Sen. Lect. in Econ. Hist. (Regional History) [Social history & bibliography of Manchester region]

Neil A. Wynn (School of Humanities University of Gloucestershire) Prof. of 20th c. Amer. Hist. (20th c. U.S. Soc., Race) [The 1920s; World War II]

Feroz A.K. Yasamee (Dept. of Middle Eastern Studies University of Manchester) Lect. in Islamic Hist. (Mod. Mid. E. & S.E. Eur.) [19th-20th c. Balkans & Middle East]

Kevin Yuill (School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture University of Sunderland) Lect. in Amer. Stud. (Amer.) [Civil rights in 20th c. America]

Nuala B. Zahedieh (Economic & Social History University of Edinburgh) Lect. in Econ. & Soc. Hist.

Joshua Zeitz (Pembroke College University of Cambridge) Mark Kaplanoff Fellow (19th-20th c. U.S.) [Political culture; race & ethnicity]

Michael Zell (School of Humanities University of Greenwich) Reader in Eng. Local Hist. (Early Mod. Brit. & Eur. Econ. & Soc.) [Pre-industrial manufacturing; Kent; local history; work for the 'idle' poor]


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