Gender and Women

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Professor Julia M.H. Smith
Edwards Prof. of Med. History, Glasgow, Department of History
Research interests: Late Roman and early medieval history, including politics; women and gender; saints' cults and religion.
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Dr. Stuart R. Airlie
Sen. Lecturer in Med. History, Glasgow, Department of History
Research interests: Carolingian political history and culture.
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Dr. Ulrike Roth
Lecturer, Head of Classics, Edinburgh, Department of Classics
Research interests: Roman republican history; ancient slavery; gender in history.
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Dr. Lloyd J. Llewellyn-Jones
Sen. Lecturer, Edinburgh, Department of Classics
Research interests: Gender in antiquity; dress; Persia; reception of antiquity in art, drama and film.
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Dr. Cordelia Beattie
Sen. Lecturer in Med. History, Edinburgh, History
Research interests: Social and cultural history of England and Europe in the later middle ages; women and gender; towns; lawcourts; households and work.
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Professor Carole Rawcliffe
Prof. of History, East Anglia, School of History
Research interests: Social history of medicine; medieval women; medieval hospitals; leprosy in the middle ages.
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Dr. Helen J. Nicholson
Reader in Med. History, Head of History, Cardiff, Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion
Research interests: The military orders; crusades; gender; monasticism; Templars.
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Dr. Elisabeth M.C. van Houts
Cambridge, Emmanuel College
Research interests: Medieval historiography 800-1200; Anglo-Norman history; history of gender.
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Dr. Susan M. Johns
Lecturer in History, Bangor, School of History, Welsh History and Archaeology
Research interests: Norman history; gender studies.
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Dr. Jane H. McDermid
Reader in History, Southampton, Cultural Studies Academic Division: Historical Studies
Research interests: Women's history in late 19th and 20th c. Scotland and Russia.
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Professor John A. Tosh
Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Masculinities and manliness in 19th c. Britain; social rationale of historical study.
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Professor June Purvis
Prof. Emeritus of Women's History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: Suffragette movement; women's biography.
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Dr. Susan Bruley
Reader in Mod. History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: Women in Britain since 1900, esp. working-class women and factory work 1930s-60.
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Professor Margaret Walsh
Emerita Prof. of American Econ. and Soc. History, Nottingham, School of American and Canadian Studies
Research interests: Long-distance bus industry in U.S.; Americanca's working women; the American West.
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Dr. Diana Paton
Reader in Caribbean History, Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Comparative slavery; slave emancipation; 18th-19th c. Anglophone Caribbean; gender.
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Professor Helen M. Berry
Prof. of Early Mod. Brit. History, Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Print culture; national identity; gender.
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Professor Mignon Nixon
Prof. of History of Art, London: Courtauld Institute of Art, Department of History of Art
Research interests: Post-1945 American art; feminism; theory and criticism.
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Dr. Claudia Prestel
Reader in History, Leicester, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Women's history; social history.
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Dr. Eliza Riedi
Lecturer in Imp. History, Leicester, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: British women and the British empire 1880-1914; South African War; sport and the military.
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Dr. Elizabeth J. Clapp
Sen. Lecturer in History, Leicester, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Women and social welfare reforms in progressive era Americanca; women and party politics in early 19th c. Americanca.
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Dr. Sally Horrocks
Lecturer in Mod. Brit. History, Leicester, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Science and technology in 20th c. Britain; women scientists, technologists and technicians.
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Professor David C. Gentilcore
Prof. of History, Leicester, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Social and cultural history of early modern Italy; history of medicine; food history.
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Dr. Jacqueline Fear-Segal
Reader in American History, East Anglia, School of American Studies
Research interests: Native Americans; immigration; Americanisation; race; education; visual and spatial history.
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Dr. Rebecca Fraser
Lecturer in American History, East Anglia, School of American Studies
Research interests: Gender and sexuality in the antebellum South; the cultural world of the enslaved.
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Professor Francis D. Cogliano
Prof. of American History, Edinburgh, History
Research interests: The American Revolution; 18th c. New England.
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Professor Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones
Prof. of American History, Edinburgh, History
Research interests: U.S. foreign policy and intelligence 1898-2001; F.B.I.; women, African Americans, labour, students and the Vietnam War.
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Dr. Jean Williams
Sen. Res. Fellow, De Montfort, Department of Historical and Social Studies
Research interests: Gender and education; gender and sport history; children's literature; literature and sport.
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Dr. Lucy M. Delap
Cambridge, St. Catharine's College
Research interests: Feminism; Anglo-American intellectual history.
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Dr. William H. Foster
Cambridge, Homerton College
Research interests: American history, esp. slavery, gender, early modern frontiers.
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Mr. Ian P. Wei
Sen. Lecturer in History, Bristol, Department of Historical Studies
Research interests: Intellectuals in medieval society; university of Paris in 13th c..
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