Gender and Women

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Dr. P. Jeremy P. Goldberg
Reader in History, York, Department of History
Research interests: Later medieval social and cultural history; gender, household and family.
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Dr. Jason Edwards
Prof. of History of Art, York, Department of History of Art
Research interests: British sculpture, 1760-1940; queer and animal theory; world and other complex systems.
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Dr. Joanna C. de Groot
Sen. Lecturer in History, York, Department of History
Research interests: Social and cultural history of Europe and the Middle East, esp. Iran, since 1750; gender and women's history; imperial history, esp. Indian.
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Professor Catherine R.E. Cubitt
Prof. of Med. History, York, Department of History
Research interests: Anglo-Saxon history; early medieval religious and cultural history.
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Professor Peter P.A. Biller
Prof. of History, York, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval heresy and inquisitions; medieval proto-racial themes.
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Dr. Henrice Altink
Sen. Lecturer in Mod. History, York, Department of History
Research interests: Slavery and emancipation; race relations in the Americas; Caribbean social and gender history, 1865-1980.
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Professor Maggie Andrews
Prof. of Cultural History, Worcester, Department of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Research interests: Women, culture and media.
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Professor Laura Ugolini
Prof. of History, Wolverhampton, School of Law, Social Sciences and Communications
Research interests: Gender history; consumption; World War I.
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Dr. Elena C. Woodacre
Lecturer in History, Winchester, History and Archaeology Subject Areas
Research interests: Female rule; political and cultural history of France, Spain and Italy; Renaissance; royal and court studies.
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Professor Barbara A.E. Yorke
Emerita Prof., Winchester, History and Archaeology Subject Areas
Research interests: Anglo-Saxon kingdoms and politics; church/secular relations in early middle ages; Anglo-Saxon women.
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Dr. Camilla Leach
Res. Fellow, Winchester, History and Archaeology Subject Areas
Research interests: Women's and Quaker history; religion and history.
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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.
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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.
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Dr. Helen Glew
Sen. Lecturer, Westminster, Department of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: Gender history, late 19th/early 20th c.; modern British history.
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Professor Howard Chiang
Assistant Prof. of Mod. Chinese History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Modern Chinese history and cultural studies; history of science and medicine; gender, sexuality and the body; sinophone postcolonial studies; critical theory and quantitative methodology in the social sciences.
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Professor June B. Hannam
Emeritus Prof., West of England, Bristol, School of History
Research interests: Women and socialist politics in Britain, 1880-1930s.
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Professor Maxine L. Berg
Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Global history; consumer culture in Europe and Asia.
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Dr. Leanne McCormick
Lecturer in Mod. Irish Soc. History, Ulster, School of English and History (Coleraine)
Research interests: Women's history; history of medicine; history of sexuality; Northern Irish social history.
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Dr. Francisca Rumsey
Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Early medieval theology; history of monasticism; history of women in religion; history of liturgy.
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Dr. Jane Cartwright
Sen. Lecturer in Welsh and Welsh Stud., Trinity St. David, Department of Welsh
Research interests: Medieval Church history; female monasticism; middle Welsh literature.
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Dr. Kathy Ehrensperger
Sen. Lecturer, Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Inter-testamental Judaisms; early Christianity; women in the ancient world.
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Ms. Margaret T. Hems
Princ. Lecturer, Teesside, History Subject Group
Research interests: Reign of James II; the Turner family: local politics after the Glorious Revolution.
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Dr. David M. Turner
Prof. of History, Swansea, Department of History and Classics
Research interests: Disability history; British social and cultural history, 17th-19th c..
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Dr. Hilary Kalmbach
Lecturer in Mid. E. Asian History, Sussex, School of History
Research interests: Modern Islamic history; women in Islam; Islamic leadership and education; social and cultural history.
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Dr. Iain McDaniel
Lecturer in IntelLecturer History, Sussex, School of History
Research interests: European political thought; Scottish englightenment; republicanism; empire; democracy.
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Professor Tim Hitchcock
Prof. of Digital History, Sussex, School of History
Research interests: 18th c. poverty and sexuality; spatialities; digital humanities.
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Professor Arthur J. McIvor
Prof. of Soc. History, Strathclyde, School of Humanities: History
Research interests: Employers; occupational health; labour history; oral history.
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Dr. Alison Cathcart
Sen. Lecturer in Early Mod. History, Strathclyde, School of Humanities: History
Research interests: Kinship and clientage within clan society; Scotland and Ireland within an archipelagic context, $c$.1450-1625; maritime communities of the Irish Sea.
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Dr. James J. Smyth
Sen. Lecturer in History, Stirling, Department of History
Research interests: Labour politics; urban poor in the 19th and 20th c.; housing; record linkage; crime and punishment; historical reputations and national identity.
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Dr. Emma Vincent Macleod
Lecturer in History, Stirling, Department of History
Research interests: British (incl. Scottish) attitudes to the French revolutionary wars; British attitudes to America $c$.1783-$c$.1832.
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