Administrative history

The Royal Munster Fusiliers, 1881-1922.
Drumm, Alan, Ph.D. (2012), University College Cork (National University of Ireland) (Cosgrave, Michael) in progressRepublic of Ireland record
Theses in progress
Colonel Maurice Moore (1854-1939): soldier of empire and Irish nationalist.
O'Neill, Madeleine, Ph.D. (2014), National University of Ireland, Galway (Cunningham, John) in progressRepublic of Ireland record
Theses in progress
Irish Catholic officers in the British Army, 1829-1914.
Scannell, Mark, Ph.D. (2014), National University of Ireland, Galway (Lenihan, Pádraig) in progressRepublic of Ireland record
Theses in progress
Catholics in the British army, 1790-1815: issues of identity.
Cannon, Darragh, Ph.D. (2015) (Hill, Jacqueline) in progressRepublic of Ireland record
Theses in progress
The social and economic impact of the Williamite war on Ireland, 1689-91.
Smyth, Alan, Ph.D. (2010), Trinity College Dublin (University of Dublin) (Dickson, David) in progressRepublic of Ireland record
Theses in progress
Mr. Gabriel Doherty
Lecturer in History, University College Cork (National University of Ireland), Department of History
Research interests: Modern Ireland; Northern Ireland; criminal justice history; history of sport.Republic of Ireland record
Professor John L. Watts
Prof. of Later Med. History, Oxford, Corpus Christi College
Research interests: Later medieval England and Europe; the growth of government and the transition from 'medieval' to 'early modern' political forms.
Professor Richard Sharpe
Prof. of Diplomatic, Oxford, Wadham College
Research interests: Medieval documents; English royal diplomatic, 11th-12th c.; medieval Latin texts; books and libraries in medieval England.
Dr. David A. Parrott
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, New College
Research interests: French political and military history; Thirty Years' War; 17th c. Italy; aspects of political history, esp. relations between rulers, nobles, central and provincial power; early modern court studies and courtly culture.
Professor Deborah J. Oxley
Prof. of Soc. Sc. History, Oxford, All Souls College
Research interests: Height and health in history; micro-economics of the household; penal transportation to Australia; coercive labour systems; colonial Australian development; crime and punishment in Britain and Ireland.
Professor Vernon B. Bogdanor
Oxford, Brasenose College
Research interests: British and comparative government.
Professor Simon D. Keynes
Elrington and Bosworth Prof. of Anglo-Saxon, Cambridge, Trinity College
Research interests: Anglo-Saxon history.
Mr. Christopher C. Webb
Keeper of Archives, Borthwick Inst., York, Borthwick Institute of Historical Research
Research interests: Early modern churchwardens; urban estates and clergy.
Professor W. Mark Ormrod
Prof. of Med. History, York, Department of History
Research interests: Reign of Edward III; constitutional, political and administrative history, 1200-1500.
Dr. Amanda C. Jones
Archivist, Borthwick Inst., York, Borthwick Institute
Research interests: Riot and rebellion in mid Tudor England; early modern and modern archives.
Professor Michael A. Hicks
Emeritur Prof. of Med. History, Winchester, History and Archaeology Subject Areas
Research interests: Richard III; political culture; bastard feudalism; inquisitions post mortem; overland trade.
Professor Richard H. Harding
Prof. of Organisational History, Westminster, Faculty of Business and Management (Harrow)
Research interests: Naval and maritime history.
Dr. John E. Law
Reader in History, Swansea, Department of History and Classics
Research interests: Late medieval and early Renaissance Italian history; the discovery of the Renaissance in the 19th c..
Dr. Diego Palacios Cerezales
Lecturer in History, Stirling, Department of History
Research interests: 19th-20th c. Iberia; social movements; popular protest; policing; political history.
Dr. Jacqueline L.M. Jenkinson
Lecturer in History, Stirling, Department of History
Research interests: Scottish health policy, 1900-48; black British history in 19th-20th c.; immigration to Britain in 19th and 20th c..
Professor John Bennet
Prof. of Aegean Archaeol., Sheffield, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Minoan and Mycenaean culture of late bronze age Aegean; archaeology and history of Crete; early writing and administrative systems; diachronic regional studies; Ottoman Greece.
Professor Michael J. Braddick
Prof. of History, Sheffield, Department of History
Research interests: State in early modern England, 1550-1700.
Professor Jill D. Harries
Prof. of Anc. History, p/t, Saint Andrews, Department of Ancient History and Church History
Research interests: Late Roman Gaul: law and society; rise of Christianity.
Professor Patrick L. Williams
Emeritus Prof. of Spanish History, Sch. of Lang., Portsmouth, School of Language and Area Studies
Research interests: Conciliar government in Habsburg Spain.
Professor Martyn Bennett
Prof. of Early Mod. History, Nottingham Trent, Department of History and Heritage
Research interests: Formation and social, cultural and political development of the nations of the British Isles, $c$.1590-1689; Oliver Cromwell.
Professor David Saunders
Prof., Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Russian and Ukrainian history, esp. society, politics, historiography and ethnic relations.
Professor David L. d'Avray
Prof. of History, London: University College, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval marriage preaching; medieval papacy.
Professor Peter G. Robb
Prof. of History of India, London: School of Oriental and African Studies, Department of History
Research interests: Rural India 18th-20th c.: law; surveys; economy.
Professor N. Boris Rankov
Prof. of Anc. History, London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of Classics
Research interests: Praetorian guard; Athenian trireme.
Professor George W. Jones
Prof. of Govt., London: London School of Economics, Department of Government
Research interests: Prime ministers' advisory networks.