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Dr. H. Mark Glancy
Sen. Lecturer, London: Queen Mary, University of London, Department of History
Research interests: British and American film industry.
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Dr. Thomas M. Dixon
Sen. Lecturer, London: Queen Mary, University of London, Department of History
Research interests: 19th c. British History; U.K.-U.S. modern philosophy; History of emotions.
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Dr. David R. Brooks
Lecturer, London: Queen Mary, University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Modern British political History; French Revolution.
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Dr. Peter C. Wilson
Sen. Lecturer in Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations
Research interests: History of 20th c. international thought.
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Dr. Chris Minns
Sen. Lecturer in Econ. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: North American economic History; labour History; migration.
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Professor Mary S. Morgan
Prof. of History and Phil. of Econ., London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: History of economic model-building.
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Professor George W. Jones
Prof. of Govt., London: London School of Economics, Department of Government
Research interests: Prime ministers' advisory networks.
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Professor Christopher Coker
Prof. of Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations
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Professor Michael Cox
Prof. of Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations
Research interests: Cold War History; international History of the 20th c.; American foreign policy.
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Dr. Gerben Bakker
Sen. Lecturer in Econ. History and Accounting, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: Film and entertainment industry in Europe and the U.S. since 1890; multinationals in the music industry; evolution of markets, industries and firms and their impact on economic development.
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Mr. Dudley E. Baines
Emeritus Reader in Econ. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: 20th c. London labour market; 18th-19th c. European migration: overseas and internal.
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Professor Nigel J. Ashton
Prof. of Int. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of International History
Research interests: Anglo-American relations since 1945; modern Middle East.
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Dr. Vincent Carpentier
Reader in History of Educ., London: Institute of Education, Department of Lifelong and Comparative Education
Research interests: Education and the social and economic History of Europe and the U.S.A. in the 19th and 20th c.; funding in higher education; quantitative History; international perspectives.
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Professor Iwan Morgan
Prof. of U.S. Stud., London: University College, Institute of the Americancas
Research interests: U.S. economic and fiscal policy in the late 20th and early 21st c.; presidents and the federal budget since 1945.
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Professor Mignon Nixon
Prof. of History of Art, London: Courtauld Institute of Art, Department of History of Art
Research interests: Post-1945 American art; feminism; theory and criticism.
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Dr. Chris J. Rhodes
Sen. Lecturer in Soc., City Campus, London Metropolitan, Department of Applied Social Sciences
Research interests: Trades union in 19th-20th c. U.K. and U.S.A..
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Professor John Gabriel
Prof. of Soc., City Campus, London Metropolitan, Department of Applied Social Sciences
Research interests: History of ethnic relations in U.K. and U.S.A..
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Dr. John C. Appleby
Sen. Lecturer, Liverpool Hope, Department of Politics and History
Research interests: English trade and colonisation in N. Americanca.
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Dr. Kathryn A. Castle
Princ. Lecturer, North Campus, London Metropolitan, Department of Humanities, Arts and Languages
Research interests: Race and society in U.S. and Britain.
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Dr. Keith Mason
Lecturer in Mod. History, Liverpool, School of History
Research interests: Loyalism; U.S. constitution; slavery.
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Dr. Finn Pollard
Lecturer in History, Lincoln, Department of Humanities
Research interests: Literary representations of U.S. national character; 'independence' in early American politics.
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Dr. Andrew Johnstone
Lecturer in American History, Leicester, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: U.S. foreign policy.
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Dr. Elizabeth J. Clapp
Sen. Lecturer in History, Leicester, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Women and social welfare reforms in progressive era Americanca; women and party politics in early 19th c. Americanca.
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Dr. Guy Barefoot
Lecturer in Film Stud., Leicester, Department of History of Art and Film
Research interests: U.S. and British cinema.
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Dr. James Campbell
Lecturer in American History, Leicester, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Slavery in the Americancas; 19th c. African American History; race; crime and punishment.
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Dr. Martin Thornton
Sen. Lecturer in Int. History, Leeds, School of History
Research interests: Canadian foreign policy post-1945.
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Professor Steven W. Tolliday
Prof. of Econ. History, Leeds, Business School
Research interests: Business History, U.K.; automobile industry; Japan since 1945.
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Dr. Kate M. Dossett
Lecturer in History, Leeds, School of History
Research interests: African-American History; women's History; Harlem Renaissance.
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Dr. Simon D. Hall
Sen. Lecturer in N. American History, Leeds, School of History
Research interests: American South; African American History; post-1945 social and political History, esp. the 1960s.
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Dr. Alan Warburton
Teaching Fellow in History, Lancaster, Department of History
Research interests: World War I; modern security issues; missile and space programmes; weapons of mass destruction.
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