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Dr. Felix Boecking
Lecturer in Econ. and Pol. History of Mod. China, Edinburgh, Economic and Social History
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Professor Crispin P. Bates
Prof. in Mod. S. Asian History, Edinburgh, History
Research interests: Economic, social and political History of modern India; orientalism and colonial discourse; postcolonial S. Asia; Indian tribes and colonial migration.
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Professor Michael Anderson
Hon. Fellow and Emeritus Prof. of Econ. History, Edinburgh, Economic and Social History
Research interests: Scottish population; western families and life-cycles.
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Dr. James Renton
Sen. Lecturer, Edge Hill, Department of History
Research interests: British empire in the Middle East; Orientalism; Britain and the origins of the Arab-Israeli conflict; anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.
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Professor Sue Bowden
Prof. of Mod. and Econ. History, Director of Centre for History Econ. and Related Stud., York, Department of Economics and Related Studies
Research interests: Historical roots of poverty esp. disease; Historical demography; business History.
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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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Mr. Ian Farr
Sen. Lecturer in Eur. History, East Anglia, School of History
Research interests: Social and political History of modern Germany, esp. peasant society; Bavaria.
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Professor Roy A. Church
Emeritus Prof. of Econ. and Soc. History, East Anglia, School of History
Research interests: Industrial relations in coal industry; business finance in coal and iron industries; industrial design.
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Professor Philip A. Williamson
Prof. of History, Durham, Department of History
Research interests: Politics and government since 1850; state prayers and religion since 16th c..
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Professor Bülent Gokay
Prof. of Int. Rel., Keele, Department of History
Research interests: Soviet foreign policy; Turkish political History; oil politics and energy security; political economy of the waning U.S. influence.
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Professor Ranald C. Michie
Prof. of History, Durham, Department of History
Research interests: Modern British economic History; City of London; stock exchanges; banking.
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Dr. Adrian G. Green
Lecturer in History, Durham, Department of History
Research interests: Social and economic History of Britain, 1500-1800, esp. housing.
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Professor Howell J. Harris
Prof. of History, Durham, Department of History
Research interests: American labour and business; the cast-iron stove in Victorian Americanca.
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Dr. Ben Dodds
Sen. Lecturer in History, Durham, Department of History
Research interests: Late medieval economic and social History.
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Professor Christopher A. Whatley
Prof. of Scot. History, Dundee, Department of History
Research interests: Scottish economic and social History $c$.1690-1850; causes and consequences of the Union of 1707; order and disorder; the industrial city, esp. Dundee.
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Dr. William Kenefick
Sen. Lecturer, Dundee, Department of History
Research interests: British labour and industrial History; the role of the Irish in the Scottish dock labour force.
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Dr. John F. Martin
Reader, De Montfort, Department of Historical and Social Studies
Research interests: Impact of government policies on British agriculture 1850; U.K. economy since 1939.
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Professor Dilwyn Porter
Prof., De Montfort, Department of Historical and Social Studies
Research interests: Financial journalism in Britain since $c$.1850; mail order retailing in Britain; social History of Association Football in Britain since 1945.
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Dr. Neil Forbes
Coventry, School of International Studies and Law
Research interests: British external economic policy in the 1930s.
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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 1850-1990.
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Dr. Stephen Caunce
Sen. Lecturer, Central Lancashire, Department of Humanities
Research interests: History of N. England 1550-1950.
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Professor Scott C. Newton
Prof. of Mod. History, Cardiff, Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion
Research interests: The global economy, 1944-2000; Wilson governments, 1964-70; Keynes.
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Professor Derek Matthews
Prof. in Business and Econ. History, Business Sch., Cardiff, Cardiff Business School
Research interests: History of accountants; business and labour History.
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Professor Patricia Hudson
Emeritus Prof. of Econ. History, Cardiff, Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion
Research interests: Industrialisation.
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Dr. Stephen A. Hipkin
Head of Department, Canterbury Christ Church, Department of History and American Studies
Research interests: Crime, custom and conflict in Kent 1550-1750.
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Dr. Trevor Boyns
Prof. in Business History, Business Sch., Cardiff, Cardiff Business School
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Professor David M. Thompson
Cambridge, Fitzwilliam College
Research interests: Church, state and society in Britain, Europe and N. Americanca since 1800.
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Professor Richard M. Smith
Prof. of History Geog. and Demography, Cambridge, Downing College, Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Soc. Structure
Research interests: Determinants of longevity and the demographic correlates of welfare systems.
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Professor Simon R.S. Szreter
Prof. of History and Public Policy, Cambridge, St. John's College
Research interests: History of demographic, social and economic change in Britain since c.1750; History of international thought in the empirical social sciences and demography.
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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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