Africa

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Dr. C. John Kent
Reader in Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International History
Research interests: British defence policy 1945-58, with special reference to the Middle East.
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Dr. Joanna E. Lewis
Lecturer in Int. History, London: London School of Economics, School of International History
Research interests: Mau Mau (Kenya); Angola; Mozambique; eastern Africa.
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Professor Christopher Coker
Prof. of Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations
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Dr. Sarah E. Stockwell
Sen. Lecturer in History, London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: Decolonisation; W. Africa.
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Dr. Rebekah Lee
Sen. Lecturer in History, London: Goldsmiths' College, Department of History
Research interests: Southern African social and cultural history; gender and urbanisation; religion and identity.
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Professor David Killingray
Emeritus Prof. of Mod. History, London: Goldsmiths' College, Department of History
Research interests: Modern Africa; Caribbean; imperial history; Black diaspora; English local history (Kent).
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Dr. Hilary J. Sapire
Lecturer in History, London: Birkbeck College, Department of History
Research interests: Social history of South Africa in 20th c..
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Professor Jeffrey P. Haynes
Prof. of Pol., London Metropolitan, Department of Law, Governance and International Relations
Research interests: Third world in post-Cold War global system.
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Dr. Dmitri van den Bersselaar
Sen. Lecturer in Afric. History, Liverpool, School of History
Research interests: West Africa; the Atlantic world; migrant communities; identity, ethnicity, (trans-)nationalism, (post-)colonialism.
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Dr. Heather Hughes
Sen. Lecturer in Tourism, Lincoln, Department of Humanities
Research interests: Links between tourism and heritage; southern African political history.
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Dr. Andrew Merrills
Res. Fellow in Anc. History, Leicester, School of Archaeology and Ancient History
Research interests: categories and travel in the classical world; late antiquity; north Africa; perceptions of the Nile.
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Professor David J. Mattingly
Prof. of Roman Archaeol., Leicester, School of Archaeology and Ancient History
Research interests: Landscape archaeology; archaeology of Roman empire; Roman farming economy.
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Dr. David N. Edwards
Lecturer in Archaeol., Leicester, School of Archaeology and Ancient History
Research interests: African archaeology; landscape archaeology.
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Dr. Naaman Kessous
Lecturer in French Stud., Lancaster, Department of European and Cultural Studies
Research interests: Contemporary history; France and Algeria.
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Professor Colin C. Eldridge
Emeritus Prof. of History, p/t, Trinity St. David, Department of History
Research interests: British empire and Commonwealth history; literature of imperialism.
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Dr. John Stuart
Princ. Lecturer in History, Director of the Centre for Local History Stud., Kingston, School of Social Sciences
Research interests: History of the British empire; history of Christian missions in Africa.
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Dr. Giacomo Macola
Lecturer in History, Kent at Canterbury, School of History
Research interests: African history 1700-present.
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Mr. David Richardson
Prof. of Econ. History, Hull, Department of History
Research interests: Transatlantic slavery, incl. Africa.
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Dr. Leo I. Zeilig
Asst. Director of the C'wealth Advisory Bureau, London: Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Research interests: Post-war African history, especially sub-Saharan.
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Rev. W. Ian P. Hazlett
Prof. of Eccles. History, Glasgow, Department of Theology and Religious Studies
Research interests: 16th c. text editing - Martin Bucer; Scottish Reformation; confessions of faith; 18th c. Irish church history.
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Dr. Stacey Hynd
Lecturer in Afric. History, Exeter, History
Research interests: Crime and punishment in British Africa.
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Dr. Jeremy M. Krikler
Reader in History, Essex, Department of History
Research interests: Race and class; agrarian history; labour movements; the slave trade; literature and empire.
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Professor Andrew F. Walls
Director Emeritus of the Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World, Edinburgh, Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World
Research interests: Christianity in non-western settings; history of missionary movement.
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Professor David F. Wright
Hon. Fellow, Edinburgh, School of Divinity
Research interests: Augustine; baptism; Bucer, Calvin, Knox; homosexuality.
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Dr. T. Jack Thompson
Sen. Lecturer in World Christianity, Edinburgh, School of Divinity
Research interests: History of African Christianity.
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Rev. Andrew C. Ross
Hon. Fellow in Eccles. History, Edinburgh, School of Divinity
Research interests: Impact of Social Darwinism on U.K. churches and on education.
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Dr. Francesca Locatelli
Lecturer in the History of Sub-Saharan Afric., Edinburgh, History
Research interests: Urban cultures; migration and diaspora; crime; gender relations.
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Professor Paul C. Nugent
Prof. of Comparative Afric. History and Director of Centre of Afric. Stud., Edinburgh, History
Research interests: Artificial boundaries and formation of identities in Africa; 20th c. political history of Ghana and Togo; African agriculture.
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Dr. Gerard McCann
Lecturer in Mod. History, York, Department of History
Research interests: African and South Asian history, esp. Asia-Africa relations; transnational history.
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Dr. Christina Riggs
East Anglia, School of History
Research interests: Visual and material culture of ancient Egypt, including Hellenistic and Roman Egypt.
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