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Dr. Joe Merton
Teaching Assoc. in 20th c. History, Nottingham, Department of History
Research interests: Social and political history of the 20th c. U.S..
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Dr. Anna Lovatt
Lecturer in Art History, Nottingham, School of Art History
Research interests: Sculptural practices in New York in the 1960s and 1970s.
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Professor Peter J. Ling
Prof. of American Stud., Nottingham, Department of American and Canadian Studies
Research interests: Political education in civil rights movement; 20th c. African-American history.
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Professor Richard H. King
Emeritus Prof. of American Intellectual History, Nottingham, Department of American and Canadian Studies
Research interests: Histories and theories of racism since 1945.
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Professor John Ashworth
Emeritus Prof. of American History, Nottingham, Department of American and Canadian Studies
Research interests: Coming of U.S. Civil War; slavery debate.
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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.
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Dr. Michael P. Cullinane
Sen. Lecturer in American History, Northumbria, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Research interests: 19th-20th c. diplomatic history.
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Professor Sylvia Ellis
Prof. of Int. History, Northumbria, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Research interests: Anglo-American relations; U.S. foreign policy; U.S. presidency; post-war America.
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Dr. Ronald Mendel
Sen. Lecturer in History, Northampton, Division of American Studies
Research interests: U.S. labour history c. 1877-1919.
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Dr. Tanja Bueltmann
Sen. Lecturer in History, Northumbria, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Research interests: British world history; ethnic associational culture; Scottish and English diaspora; Australasia; North America.
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Mr. David Waller
Sen. Lecturer in Pol., Northampton, Division of American Studies
Research interests: Employment training and welfare reforms in U.S..
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Dr. Tim Lockley
Prof. of North African History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Slavery, race, gender and reform in the colonial and antebellum South.
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Dr. Roger J. Fagge
Assoc. Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Society, politics and culture in 20th c. U.S.; 1950s America; popular music and culture in the U.S..
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Professor Camillia Cowling
Assistant Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Slavery and abolition in the Americas and Atlantic world, specifically Brazil and Cuba.
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Dr. Emily R. West
Assoc. Prof. of American History, Reading, School of History
Research interests: Slavery and the antebellum South.
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Dr. Benjamin Houston
Lecturer in U.S. History, Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Civil rights movement; southern U.S.; nonviolence; oral history.
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Professor Susan-Mary C. Grant
Prof. of American History, Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: American Civil War; nationalism in 19th c..
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Dr. Brian McCook
Assoc. Dean/Head of Department, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: Migration; comparative history; Europe; U.S..
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Mr. Gervase Phillips
Princ. Lecturer in History, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: Military history 1450-1920; race; slavery and American Civil War.
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Dr. Sam Edwards
Lecturer in American History, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: Commemoration and war memory; Anglo-American relations; cultural history of modern war.
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Dr. Natalie A. Zacek
Sen. Lecturer, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Early modern Atlantic world and pre-Civil War US South.
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Dr. Jeff A. Hughes
Sen. Lecturer, C.H.S.T.M., Manchester, Centre for History of Science, Technology and Medicine
Research interests: Nuclear history; science in 20th c. Britain.
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Dr. Jonathan H. Harwood
Emeritus Prof. of History of Sc., Tech. and Medicine, Manchester, Centre for History of Science, Technology and Medicine
Research interests: Social history of agricultural sciences in Germany 1880-1945.
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Dr. David Brown
Sen. Lecturer in American Stud., Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: 19th c. U.S.; slavery; the South; American Civil War.
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Dr. Adam I.P. Smith
Sen. Lecturer in American History, London: University College, Department of History
Research interests: U.S. history, esp. 19th c. political history and the Civil War period.
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Dr. David Sim
Lecturer in History of the U.S., London: University College, Department of History
Research interests: U.S. history, esp. politics, diplomacy, imperialism and culture during the 19th c..
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Dr. Frances Stracey
Lecturer in Contemp. Art, London: University College, Department of History of Art
Research interests: Late 20th c. and contemporary European and American avant-gardes; the Situationist International, 1957-72.
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Dr. Melvyn B. Stokes
Sen. Lecturer in American History, London: University College, Department of History
Research interests: Film history; American Progressive thought.
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Professor Iwan Morgan
Prof. of U.S. Stud., London: University College, Institute of the Americas
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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Dr. Tony McCulloch
Sen. Fellow in Canadian Stud., London: University College, Institute of the Americas
Research interests: U.S. foreign policy in the 20th c., esp. the F.D. Roosevelt era; U.S.-Canada relations.
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