Agriculture

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Agricultural Enlightenment
Jones, Peter M. (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780198716075 Hardback £60
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A Companion to the History of American Science
Largent, Mark (ed.); Montgomery, Georgina (ed.) (2015) Wiley-Blackwell, 9781405156257 Hardback £120
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Trading Environments
Winder, Gordon M; Dix, Andreas (2015) Routledge, 9781138933446 Hardback £90
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A study of how mixed farming fared financially in the inter-war years in the area of the Midland Clays.
Heaton, Michael, Ph.D. (2013), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.; Jones, Richard) in progress
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Power and powerlessness in rural England between the First and Second World Wars.
Jones, David, Ph.D. (2007), Manchester Metropolitan (Tebbutt, Melanie; Adams, Anthony J.) in progress
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The farming community in Yorkshire, 1914-51, through oral history.
Rowling, Jane, Ph.D. (2012), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.) in progress
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Agricultural landholding in Devon, 1876-1939.
Cahill, Kevin, M.Phil. (2010), Exeter (French, Henry) in progress
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Watercress - archaeology/landscape history.
Hawkins, Barrie, Ph.D. (2009), East Anglia (Williamson, Tom M.) in progress
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The Welsh tithe war: a study in agrarian discontent.
Jones, Sion, Ph.D. (2014), Bangor (Rees, Lowri Ann) in progress
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The impact of game shooting on the 18th and 19th century landscape.
Cassidy, William S., Ph.D. (2012), East Anglia () in progress
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The meaning and experience of agricultural work in 18th-century England.
Fisher, James, M.Phil./Ph.D. (2015), King's College London (Burns, Arthur; Sapoznik, Alexandra) in progress
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Agrarian land law and the 18th-century Commonwealth tradition.
Mitchelson, Emily, Ph.D. (2014), Newcastle (Hammersley, Rachel; Berry, Helen) in progress
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The impact of severe weather conditions on designed landscapes and their planting.
Morris, Sandra E., Ph.D. (2012), East Anglia () in progress
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Property, custom, and conflict in 17th-century fenland drainage.
Robson, Elly, Ph.D. (2015), Cambridge (Jackson, Clare) in progress
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Agrarian change in the Golden Vale, 1830-50.
Hartigan, Robert, Ph.D. (2012), Mary Immaculate College (Cronin, Maura) in progressRepublic of Ireland record
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Estate management on the Fitzwilliam estates in Yorkshire and Ireland: a transnational comparative study, 1815-65.
Byrne, Fidelma, Ph.D. (2015) (Dooley, Terence) in progressRepublic of Ireland record
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Archival sources for the history of Irish agriculture.
Reilly, Michael, Ph.D. (2014), University College Dublin (National University of Ireland) (Mullins, Elizabeth) in progressRepublic of Ireland record
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Dr. Paul Rouse
Lecturer in History, University College Dublin (National University of Ireland)
Research interests: Irish social and cultural history in the 19th and 20th c., esp. the history of sport; history of the Gaelic Athletic Association (G.A.A.); Irish agriculture.Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. Matthew Stout
Lecturer in History, St. Patrick's College (a college of Dublin City University), Department of History
Research interests: Irish landscape; early medieval history; agricultural history; Cistercian archaeology.Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. Terence A. Dooley
Prof. of History, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Department of History
Research interests: Irish and political history of the 19th and 20th c., esp. the land question; the fortunes of great houses and estates; the work of the Irish Land Commission; the local politics of the revolutionary period.Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. Mark Whittow
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, Corpus Christi College
Research interests: Mediterranean and Byzantine worlds *c*.500-1300, esp. landscape and settlement patterns and the social and political forces that shaped them.
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Dr. Christina Skott
Cambridge, Wolfson College
Research interests: Southeast Asia, esp. the Malay world; early modern European expansion in Asia; cultural and scientific exchanges between Europe and Southeast Asia; colonial agriculture.
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Dr. Leigh Shaw-Taylor
University Lecturer, Cambridge
Research interests: Social and economic developments in England between the mid 16th and late 19th c., esp. the development of agrarian capitalism and the Industrial Revolution.
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Dr. Simon Constantine
Sen. Lecturer, Wolverhampton, School of Law, Social Sciences and Communications
Research interests: 19th and 20th c. German history.
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Professor Glynis E.M. Jones
Prof. of Archaeol., Sheffield, Department of Archaeology and Prehistory
Research interests: Archaeobotany; statistics; biomolecules.
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Professor Paul L.J. Halstead
Prof. of Archaeol., Sheffield, Department of Archaeology and Prehistory
Research interests: Neolithic and bronze age Greece; archaeozoology; ethnoarchaeology of Mediterranean farming.
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Professor Peter Edwards
Emeritus Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Logistics in British civil wars; royal stables 16th-17th c.; horses in society and economy of Tudor and Stuart England; rural society 16th-17th c..
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Dr. Wendy Matthews
Lecturer, Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Archaeology of the Middle East; micromorphology.
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Dr. Jeremy F.S. Burchardt
Assoc. Prof. in Rural History, Reading, Rural History Centre
Research interests: Allotment movement; attitudes to countryside.
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Dr. Nicholas Branch
Assoc. Prof. of Palaeoecology, Head of Department of Geography and Environmental Sc., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Environmental archaeology.
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