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Dr. Andrew J. Priest
Lecturer in History, Essex, Department of History
Research interests: History of U.S. foreign policy; rise and decline of American power; relationship between domestic and foreign policy; the Vietnam war.
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Dr. Laila Haidarali
Lecturer in U.S. History, Essex, Department of History
Research interests: 20th c. U.S.A., African American history; women and gender history; beauty culture; Harlem Renaissance literature; identity politics; cultural and social history; consumer culture.
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Dr. David Silkenat
Lecturer in History, Edinburgh, School of History, Classics and Archaeology
Research interests: Social and cultural history of the American South during the 19th century.
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Dr. Alexander J. Murdoch
Sen. Lecturer in Scot. History, Edinburgh, Scottish History
Research interests: British emigration 1600-1900; Scottish settlement in North America.
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Dr. Mark Newman
Reader in American History, Edinburgh, School of History, Classics and Archaeology
Research interests: African-American history; the civil rights movement; religion and race relations; southern white liberals.
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Dr. Robert J. Mason
Reader in American History, Edinburgh, History
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Professor Robert J. Morris
Emeritus Prof. of Econ. and Soc. History, Edinburgh, Economic and Social History
Research interests: Social structure in 19th c. towns; gender and property.
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Dr. Amy J. Lloyd
Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow, Edinburgh, School of History, Classics and Archaeology
Research interests: Modern British and Canadian social, cultural and economic history; British emigration.
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Dr. Susan M. Hardman Moore
Sen. Lecturer in Div., Edinburgh, School of Divinity
Research interests: Early modern religious history; theology; spirituality, esp. Reformed tradition; puritanism in England and New England.
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Professor Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones
Emeritus Prof. of American History, Edinburgh, History
Research interests: U.S. foreign policy and intelligence 1898-2001; F.B.I.; women, African Americans, labour, students and the Vietnam War.
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Professor David G. Greasley
Prof. of Econ. History, Edinburgh, Economic and Social History
Research interests: Economic and industrial growth.
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Dr. Alan F. Day
Hon. Fellow, Edinburgh, History
Research interests: Social history of early N. America to 1800; development of political parties and ideology.
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Mr. Owen Dudley Edwards
Hon. Fellow, Edinburgh, History
Research interests: History and literature of modern Ireland, Britain and North America.
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Professor Francis D. Cogliano
Prof. of American History, Edinburgh, History
Research interests: The American Revolution; 18th c. New England.
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Professor Ewen A. Cameron
Sir William Fraser Prof. of Scot. History and Palaeography, Edinburgh, Scottish History
Research interests: Scottish history 18th-20th c., esp. 20th c.; Scotland and Ireland, esp. 19th c..
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Dr. Charlie Whitham
Sen. Lecturer in American History, Edge Hill, Department of History
Research interests: U.S. foreign policy; World War II; Anglo-American relations; U.S. foreign economic policy; U.S. business elites.
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Professor Kevern J. Verney
Prof. of American History, Edge Hill, Department of History
Research interests: Booker T. Washington; the N.A.A.C.P.; African-American history and U.S. popular culture.
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Dr. Bob Nicholson
Edge Hill, Department of History
Research interests: 19th c. Britain and America; popular culture; transatlantic relations; press history; print culture; humour; crime; digital humanities.
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Dr. Malcolm McLaughlin
Lecturer in American History, East Anglia, School of American Studies
Research interests: History of race, class and racial violence in 20th c. U.S..
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Dr. Jacqueline Fear-Segal
Reader in American History, East Anglia, School of American Studies
Research interests: Native Americans; immigration; Americanisation; race; education; visual and spatial history.
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Dr. Rebecca Fraser
Lecturer in American History, East Anglia, School of American Studies
Research interests: Gender and sexuality in the antebellum South; the cultural world of the enslaved.
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Professor Anthony C. Howe
Prof. of Mod. History, East Anglia, School of History
Research interests: Britain in the 19th and early 20th c., esp. politics, culture and economy.
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Professor Steven Hooper
Prof., East Anglia, School of World Art Studies and Museology
Research interests: Anthropology; the arts of the Pacific and N. America; exchange; ethnohistory.
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Professor Richard D.G. Crockatt
Emeritus Prof. of American History, East Anglia, School of American Studies
Research interests: Cold War; contemporary U.S. foreign policy.
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Dr. Gabriella A. Treglia
Lecturer in History, Durham, Department of History
Research interests: Native Americans in the 20th c.; the Indian New Deal.
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Dr. Jennifer Luff
Lecturer in History, Durham, Department of History
Research interests: Modern American working-class politics; history of conservatism.
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Dr. Matthew C. Ward
Sen. Lecturer, Dundee, Department of History
Research interests: Colonial American history; Native American history.
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Dr. Zoe A. Colley
Lecturer, Dundee, Department of History
Research interests: Civil rights movement in America.
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Professor Forrest H. Capie
Emeritus Prof. of Econ. History, City, Department of Banking and Finance
Research interests: Monetary and financial developments in Britain 18th c.-present.
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Dr. Donna R. Jackson
Sen. Lecturer, Chester, Department of History and Archaeology
Research interests: Modern American history; American constitutional history; Cold War foreign policy.
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