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Professor John A. Tosh
Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Masculinities and manliness in 19th c. Britain; social rationale of Historical study.
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Dr. Charlotte Behr
Reader, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Migration period gold bracteates.
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Dr. Margaret L. Arnot
Princ. Lecturer, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: 19th c. Britain: gender and crime; infanticide and child abuse.
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Professor Peter Edwards
Emeritus Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Logistics in British civil wars; royal stables 16th-17th c.; horses in society and economy of Tudor and Stuart England; rural society 16th-17th c..
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Professor Stephen J.C. Taylor
Prof. in 18th c. Brit. History, Reading, School of History
Research interests: The Church and the Whigs, 1714-60; Walpole.
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Dr. Anne E. Lawrence
Sen. Lecturer in History, Reading, School of History
Research interests: Libraries and scriptoria in Anglo-Norman England; Cistercian scholarship.
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Dr. Helen L. Parish
Sen. Lecturer in History, Reading, School of History
Research interests: English clergy in 16th c.; Protestant History writing; post-Reformation religious practice.
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Dr. Linda Risso
Lecturer, Reading, School of History
Research interests: Modern Italian History; the Cold War.
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Professor Philip V. Murphy
Prof. of Brit. and C'wealth History, Director, London: Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Research interests: Colonialism; History of the secret service.
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Professor Richard W. Hoyle
Prof. of Rural History, Reading, School of History
Research interests: Pilgrimage of Grace; 16th-17th c. economy and society.
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Dr. John D. Creighton
Prof. of Archaeol., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Roman and iron-age coinage; geophysical prospection techniques.
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Professor Edward J.T. Collins
Emeritus Prof. of Rural History, Reading, Rural History Centre
Research interests: Agricultural output in Britain 1800-1939; world food grain consumption 18th-20th c..
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Professor Michael G. Fulford
Prof. of Archaeol., Director of the Silchester Field Sch., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Roman urban archaeology, economy and trade, material culture, landscape and technology.
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Professor Roberta L. Gilchrist
Prof. of Archaeol., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Medieval gender and lifecourse; medieval burial and buildings archaeology.
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Dr. James H. Thomas
Reader in Eng. Local History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: Maritime History; local History.
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Ms. Valerie M. Swales
Princ. Lecturer in History and Theoretical Stud., Sch. of Art, Portsmouth, School of Art, Design and Media
Research interests: History of consumption; design and psychoanalysis.
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Professor Grenville G. Astill
Prof. of Med. Archaeol., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Archaeology of medieval monasticism; urbanism and economy.
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Dr. Christopher Reid
Princ. Lecturer in Econ., Department of Econ., Portsmouth, Department of Economics
Research interests: Modern British economic History.
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Dr. Humphrey Southall
Reader in Geog., Portsmouth, Department of Geography
Research interests: Labour markets; regional differences in Britain; Historical G.I.S.; gazetteers.
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Professor June Purvis
Prof. Emeritus of Women's History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: Suffragette movement; women's biography.
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Professor Sue Harper
Emeritus Prof. of Film History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: British cinema, 1930-80.
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Professor Timothy J.T. Rooth
Prof. Emeritus in Econ. History, Department of Econ., Portsmouth, Department of Economics
Research interests: British 20th c. external economic policy.
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Dr. Brad J. Beaven
Reader in Soc. and Cultural History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: Working-class culture and leisure; popular culture and imperialism; 1860-1945 port towns.
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Dr. Susan Bruley
Reader in Mod. History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: Women in Britain since 1900, esp. working-class women and factory work, 1930s-60.
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Dr. Claire Fitzpatrick
Lecturer, Plymouth, School of Humanities
Research interests: Modern Irish labour and the state; History of enlightenment and nationalism in the 18th-19th c..
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Dr. Glen S. O'Hara
Reader, Oxford Brookes, School of Arts and Humanities
Research interests: Government economic and social policy; public-governmental relations.
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Dr. James Daybell
Assoc. Prof., Plymouth, School of Humanities
Research interests: 16th c. England; social and cultural History; gender and women; Renaissance literature.
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Dr. Nick Smart
Sen. Lecturer, Plymouth, School of Humanities
Research interests: British politics between the wars.
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Dr. Sandra Barkhof
Lecturer, Plymouth, School of Humanities
Research interests: Political History; German History; History of China and Japan; European integration; fashion History.
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Professor David S. Nash
Prof., Oxford Brookes, School of Arts and Humanities
Research interests: Blasphemy; republicanism; secularism.
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