Economic history

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Professor Ian S. Gazeley
Prof. of Econ. History, Sussex, School of History
Research interests: Wages rates in British manufacturing, 1914-46.
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Professor Robin C.C. Law
Emeritus Prof. of Afric. History, Stirling, Department of History
Research interests: Social history of Ouidah (Benin); English Royal African Company; Atlantic slave trade.
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Dr. Christopher M. Woolgar
Prof. of Hist and Archival Stud., Southampton, Department of History
Research interests: Social and economic history; culture of food; diplomatic and archives, medieval to modern.
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Dr. Craig L. Lambert
Lecturer in History, Southampton, Department of History
Research interests: Maritime history; social and economic history of coastal communities/seafarers; naval logistics; naval warfare; prosopography; demographics of port towns; urban history; restorative justice.
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Dr. Rachel B. Herrmann
Lecturer, Southampton, Department of History
Research interests: Food history; Native American and Atlantic history; American Revolution; cannibalism; hunger.
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Professor Neil Gregor
Prof. of Mod. Eur. History, Southampton, Department of History
Research interests: Social and cultural history of Germany 1920s-60s; the legacy of the Third Reich.
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Dr. Norman LaPorte
Reader in Mod. Eur. History, South Wales (Pontyprid campus), School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Research interests: German labour history; G.D.R. history.
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Professor Chris Evans
Prof. of History, South Wales (Pontyprid campus), School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Research interests: Steel as a material ingredient in the Enlightenment; Wales and Atlantic slavery; the design of goods consumed by slaves in the Atlantic world; Swansea copper as an agency of global change in the 19th c..
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Dr. Myrddin J. Lewis
Sen. Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam, Division of Education and Humanitites
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Professor Peter J. Cain
Res. Prof., Sheffield Hallam, Division of Education and Humanitites
Research interests: Economic history of British imperialism.
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Professor Roger Lloyd-Jones
Prof., Sheffield Hallam, Division of Education and Humanitites
Research interests: 19th-20th c. British economic and business history.
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Dr. Simon T. Loseby
Sen. Lecturer in History, Sheffield, Department of History
Research interests: Late antique and early medieval history and archaeology, esp. cities; exchange systems; Gaul/Francia; the Mediterranean; Gregory of Tours.
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Dr. Tom Leng
Lecturer in History, Sheffield, Department of History
Research interests: Intellectual history; commercial discourse and policy in 17th c. England.
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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 Dawn M. Hadley
Prof. of Med. Archaeol., Sheffield, Department of Archaeology and Prehistory
Research interests: Medieval archaeology; society, economy and settlement in the Anglo-Saxon period; Vikings; gender.
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Professor Michael J. Braddick
Prof. of History, Sheffield, Department of History
Research interests: State in early modern England, 1550-1700.
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Dr. Andrew Wareham
Reader, Director, Hearth Tax Centre and Project, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Anglo-Saxon and later Stuart social and economic history.
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Professor Michael G. Fulford
Prof. of Archaeol., Director of the Silchester Field Sch., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Roman urban archaeology, economy and trade, material culture, landscape and technology.
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Dr. John D. Creighton
Assoc. Prof. of Archaeol., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Roman and iron-age coinage; geophysical prospection techniques.
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Professor Edward J.T. Collins
Emeritus Prof. of Rural History, Reading, Rural History Centre
Research interests: Agricultural output in Britain 1800-1939; world food grain consumption 18th-20th c..
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Dr. James H. Thomas
Reader in Eng. Local History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: Maritime history; local history.
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Professor Grenville G. Astill
Prof. of Med. Archaeol., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Archaeology of medieval monasticism; urban and rural economies; technology and landscape archaeology.
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Dr. Christopher Reid
Princ. Lecturer in Econ., Department of Econ., Portsmouth, Department of Economics
Research interests: Modern British economic history.
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Professor Humphrey Southall
Prof. of History Geog., Portsmouth, Department of Geography
Research interests: Labour markets; regional differences in Britain; G.I.S. frameworks for world history.
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Professor Richard G. Healey
Prof. of Geog., Portsmouth, Department of Geography
Research interests: U.S. regional economic development, 1850-1900; big data in historical research.
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Professor Timothy J.T. Rooth
Prof. Emeritus in Econ. History, Department of Econ., Portsmouth, Department of Economics
Research interests: British 20th c. external economic policy.
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Dr. Paul S. Flenley
Princ. Lecturer in Russian and Soviet History, Portsmouth, School of Language and Area Studies
Research interests: Soviet history 1917-29; Russian labour history; Russian nationalism.
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Professor Glen S. O'Hara
Prof., Oxford Brookes, School of Arts and Humanities
Research interests: Government economic and social policy; public-governmental relations.
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Dr. Robin Mackie
Sen. Lecturer in History, Open, Department of History
Research interests: 19th and 20th c. Scottish business history.
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Ms. Deborah Skinner
Sen. Lecturer in Museum and Heritage Management, Nottingham Trent, Department of History and Heritage
Research interests: British ceramics industry 18th-20th c.; national occupational standards for cultural heritage; review and development of the U.K. museums' accreditation scheme; museums and heritage resource management.
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