Dr. John Mack
East Anglia, School of World Art Studies and Museology
Research interests: Anthropology of art; the arts of Africa; museums and cultural institutions; cultural 'heritage'.
Professor Justin Willis
Prof. of History, Durham, Department of History
Research interests: Eastern African History, including Sudan; ethnicity; alcohol in Africa; governance and authority in colonial Africa.
Dr. Cherry Leonardi
Sen. Lecturer in History, Durham, Department of History
Research interests: Eastern Africa; Sudan; governance, traditional authority and conflict in Africa.
Mr. Oliver W. Furley
Hon. Res. Fellow, Coventry, School of International Studies and Law
Research interests: Conflict studies and peacekeeping in Africa; Ugandan constitution-making process.
Dr. Ruth I. Watson
University Lecturer, Cambridge, Clare College
Research interests: Social and cultural History of colonial West Africa, esp. 19th-20th c. Nigeria.
Professor Megan A. Vaughan
Smuts Prof. of C'wealth History, Cambridge, King's College
Research interests: Mauritius in the 18th c.: creation of colonial society and History of slavery; Malawi and Zambia recent History.
Dr. Joyce M. Reynolds
Cambridge, Newnham College
Research interests: Epigraphy of Hellenistic and Roman periods in N. Africa and Turkey.
Dr. Emma Hunter
Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College
Research interests: Modern African History and global History, esp. political and Intellectual History of East Africa.
Dr. Ronald Hyam
Cambridge, Magdalene College
Research interests: British empire; decolonisation.
Dr. Sarah Howard
Cambridge, Christ's College
Research interests: Social and cultural History of post-World War II France and the Algerian war.
Dr. Robert Skinner
Teaching Fellow in Mod. History, Bristol, Department of Historical Studies
Professor Kenneth Morgan
Prof. of History, Brunel University, Department of Politics and History
Research interests: British overseas trade and expansion 1650-1850; slavery in the British Caribbean; early American and Australian History.
Professor Mark C. Horton
Prof. of Archaeol., Bristol, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Medieval archaeology; trade; E. Africa; Swahili culture; landscape archaeology.
Dr. James R.C. McDougall
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, Trinity College
Research interests: France, Mediterranean, Middle East and Africa; Islamic History since $c$.1700; global and imperial History.
Dr. Gareth M. Sears
Sen. Lecturer in Roman History, Birmingham, School of History and Cultures
Research interests: North Africa in antiquity; later Roman History and archaeology; early Christian History and archaeology.
Dr. Kate Skinner
Lecturer in the Soc. History of Afric. in the 20th c., Birmingham, School of History and Cultures
Research interests: Social History of Africa in the 20th c..
Dr. Keith Shear
Lecturer in Afric. Pol., Head of Afric. Stud. and Anthr., Birmingham, Centre of West African Studies
Research interests: South African History; colonial History; contemporary African politics.
Dr. M. Anthony Leahy
Sen. Lecturer in Egyptology, Birmingham, School of History and Cultures
Research interests: Egyptology: language, History, religion and archaeology; Egypt in 1st millennium B.C..
Dr. Martin Bommas
Sen. Lecturer in Egyptology, Birmingham, School of History and Cultures
Research interests: Egyptology; language, religion and rituals; archaeology; diffusion of Egyptian gods in the ancient world.
Dr. Eric Morier-Genoud
Lecturer in History, Belfast, School of History and Anthropology
Research interests: Southern Africa; the Portuguese-speaking world; Christian missions.
Dr. Joe Street
Sen. Lecturer in American History, Northumbria, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Research interests: Post-1945 African American politics and popular culture; post-1945 San Francisco Bay Area.
Dr. Felicitas Becker
University Lecturer, Cambridge, Peterhouse
Research interests: Islam in E. Africa; colonial and post-colonial politics.
Professor Maxine Molyneux
Prof. of Sociology and Director of the Inst. of the Americancas, London: University College, Institute of the Americancas
Research interests: Sociology, gender and development, human rights and social policy in Latin Americanca, Ethiopia and South Yemen.
Dr. Bettina E. Schmidt
Sen. Lecturer, Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Afro-Americanca, including trans-Atlantic slave trade; Latin Americanca and Caribbean History, culture and religions.
Professor Patrick Chabal
Chair in African History and Pol., London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: Modern and contemporary History of Africa.
Dr. Martina Minas-Nenpal
Sen. Lecturer in Egyptology, Swansea, Department of History and Classics
Research interests: Religious History of Egypt; Egyptian languages; religious History of Graeco-Roman Egypt.
Professor Suzanne Schwarz
Prof. of History, Worcester, Department of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Research interests: Transatlantic slave trade; Sierra Leone.
Dr. Rachel K. Bright
Lecturer in Mod. History, Keele, Department of History
Research interests: British empire and Africa; migration and information networks; race, violence and colonial identity.
Dr. Ioana Oltean
Sen. Lecturer, Exeter, Archaeology
Research interests: Archaeology of the Roman empire.
Professor David Anderson
Prof. of Afric. History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: African History and politics, esp. eastern Africa and the Horn; political violence; civil conflict; security; war.