Dr. Alan L. Strathern
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, Brasenose College
Research interests: Portuguese imperialism; religious encounters.
Professor Nicholas Rodger
Oxford, All Souls College
Research interests: British and world naval history, 600-2000.
Dr. Anna-Maria S. Misra
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, Keble College
Research interests: Comparative impact of European colonial ideas and ideologies on the culture and politics of colonial and post-colonial states in Asia and Africa.
Dr. Edward Keene
Oxford, Christ Church
Research interests: Late medieval and early modern international relations.
Dr. Yasmin Khan
Oxford, Kellogg College
Research interests: British empire; India, 18th-20th c..
Dr. Alana Harris
Oxford, Lincoln College
Research interests: Gender, religious and cultural history; transnational history.
Professor John G. Darwin
Prof. of Global and Imp. History, Oxford, Nuffield College
Research interests: Theories of empire since *c*.1500; the British Empire as an international system 1830-1960; South African, Canadian and New Zealand history; decolonisation and the end of empire.
Mr. Patrick Clibbens
Oxford, Somerville College
Research interests: 20th c. South Asian and global history, esp. intellectual and political history of post-independence India; ideas of democracy; planning and social policy.
Professor James Belich
Beit Prof. of History of Brit. C'wealth, Oxford, Balliol College
Research interests: Racial identities in the Victorian empire.
Dr. Michael J. Sewell
University Lecturer, Inst. of Cont. Educ., Cambridge, Selwyn College
Research interests: History of U.S. foreign relations and the international history of the Cold War.
Dr. Sujit P. Sivasundaram
Reader in World and Imp. History, Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College
Research interests: History of Pacific, S. and S.E. Asia; global history of science, medicine, archaeology, culture, Buddhism and Christianity.
Professor David J.P. Maxwell
Dixie Prof. of Eccles. History, Cambridge, Emmanuel College
Research interests: Ecclesiastical history; 19th and 20th c. missionary movement; religious movements and politics; history of colonial science.
Dr. Shruti Kapila
University Lecturer, Cambridge, Corpus Christi College
Research interests: Political thought and intellectual history; world history.
Dr. Simon Layton
University Lecturer, Cambridge, St. Catharine's College
Research interests: Piracy; Indian Ocean; British empire.
Dr. Emma Hunter
Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College
Research interests: Modern African history and global history, esp. political and intellectual history of East Africa.
Dr. Tim Harper
Reader in S.E. Asian and Int. History, Cambridge, Magdalene College
Research interests: World history; modern Southeast Asian history.
Dr. William H. Foster
Cambridge, Homerton College
Research interests: American history, esp. slavery, gender, early modern frontiers.
Professor Martin J. Daunton
Prof. of Econ. History, Cambridge, Churchill College
Research interests: Economic and social policy in Britain and its empire and in the U.S. in the 19th-20th c..
Dr. Piers Brendon
Cambridge, Churchill College
Dr. Gerard McCann
Lecturer in Mod. History, York, Department of History
Research interests: 20th c. African and South Asian history, esp. India-Africa relations; transnational history; diaspora; history of Third World/global south.
Dr. Sabine Clarke
Lecturer in History, York, Department of History
Research interests: 20th c. British empire, science, technology and medicine.
Professor Joyce F. Goodman
Dean and Prof. of History of Educ., Winchester, History and Archaeology Subject Areas
Research interests: Women's history; gender, colonialism and education; women's international organisations; comparative and transnational histories of education.
Professor Giorgio Riello
Prof. of Cultural History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Global history; history of fashion and textiles; material culture.
Professor Gabriel Glickman
Assistant Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: British politics and religion *c*.1660-1750, concentrating on the significance of the international context.
Dr. Leonie Murray
Lecturer in Int. Pol., Ulster, School of English and History (Magee)
Research interests: U.S. foreign policy; the U.N. system; the peacemaking pantheon; intervention issues; African policy; development issues; post-September 11th international relations and security issues.
Dr. Bettina E. Schmidt
Sen. Lecturer, Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Afro-America, including trans-Atlantic slave trade; Latin America and Caribbean history, culture and religions.
Dr. Bryn Willcock
Lecturer in History, p/t, Trinity St. David, Department of History
Research interests: Cold War; war and peace; nuclear history; European integration and international security; 19th and 20th c. American history; American politics and popular culture.
Professor Keith G. Robbins
Hon. Prof. of History and Theol., Trinity St. David, University Administration
Research interests: British relations with 'Europe' since 1789; world history since 1945; 20th c. British Christianity.
Dr. Peter J. Durrans
Princ. Lecturer in History, Sunderland, School of Arts, Design, Media and Culture
Dr. Manuela Williams
Lecturer in History, Strathclyde, School of Humanities: History
Research interests: 20th c. international history; the Middle East.