Gender and Women

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Dr. Melanie J. Tebbutt
Sen. Lecturer in History, Director of Manchester Centre for Regional History, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: History of youth; gender and maturity; working-class culture and communities in the late 19th and early 20th c..
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Dr. Mark Fenemore
Sen. Lecturer in History, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and European History
Research interests: Modern German history; history of youth; masculinities.
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Ms. Catherine J. Danks
Sen. Lecturer in History, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: Modern Russia.
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Ms. Patricia Ayers
Sen. Lecturer in History, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: Family economy; labour markets; port economies.
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Dr. Natalie A. Zacek
Sen. Lecturer, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Early modern Atlantic world and pre-Civil War US South.
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Dr. Tony J. Adams
Princ. Lecturer in History, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: British industrial relations and urban politics 1900-30.
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Dr. Jennifer Spinks
Lecturer in Early Mod. History, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Print culture; gender; images as historical sources; intersection of religion and natural history in early modern northern Europe.
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Professor Bertrand O. Taithe
Prof. of Cultural History, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Humanitarian medicine; war and medicine; Henry Mayhew; 1870 war; Contagious Diseases Act and regulation of prostitution; 19th c. French cultural history; history of the body; history of humanitarianism.
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Professor Penny Summerfield
Prof., Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Personal testimony and historical research; the popular memory of World War II in post-war Britain.
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Dr. Steven Pierce
Lecturer in Mod. Afric. History, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Sub-Saharan Africa; northern Nigeria; historical anthropology; colonialism; law and politics; gender and sexuality.
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Dr. Hal Gladfelder
Sen. Lecturer in 18th and 19th c. Eng. Literature and Culture, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: History of sexuality and gender; history of authorship.
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Professor Vivien Gardner
Prof. Emeritus of Theatre Stud., Manchester, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures: Drama
Research interests: Theatre history and historiography; gender and performance, 1850-1914; provincial theatre, 1900-39.
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Professor Kate Cooper
Prof. of Eccles. History, Manchester, Department of Religions and Theology
Research interests: Late antiquity: gender; rise of Christianity; pagans and Christians.
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Professor Laura Doan
Prof. of Cultural History and Sexuality Stud., Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Gender, sexuality and World War I.
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Dr. Anke Bernau
Sen. Lecturer in Med. Literature and Culture, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Late medieval English literature; gender and sexuality; religious culture; memory; imagination; periodisation; medievalism.
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Professor Hannah J. Barker
Prof. of Brit. History, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Print culture; gender, work and family; northern towns.
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Dr. Jane Rendell
Reader in Architecture and Art, London: University College, Bartlett School of Arch. and Planning
Research interests: Interdisciplinarity, theory and history; gender and space; art and architecture; relationship between spatial theory and critical practice.
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Professor Maxine Molyneux
Prof. of Sociology and Director of the Inst. of the Americas, London: University College, Institute of the Americas
Research interests: Sociology, gender and development, human rights and social policy in Latin America, Ethiopia and South Yemen.
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Mr. Keith McClelland
Res. Assoc., London: University College, Department of History
Research interests: Class, gender, race and citizenship 1848-1914; imperial history; socialism and empire 1880-1914.
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Professor Catherine M. Hall
Prof. of Mod. Brit. Soc. and Cultural History, London: University College, Department of History
Research interests: The place of Jamaica in 19th c. English imagination.
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Professor David L. d'Avray
Prof. of History, London: University College, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval marriage preaching; medieval papacy.
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Dr. Wendy Bracewell
Prof. of S.E. Eur. History, London: University College, Department of History
Research interests: South-eastern Europe and the Balkans; early modern frontiers; social and national identities; travel and travel-writing; historiography; post-colonial studies; inter-disciplinarity.
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Dr. Marie Rodet
Lecturer in the History of Afric., London: School of Oriental and African Studies, Department of History
Research interests: Modern West African history, esp. social and gender history of western Mali; slavery and emancipation.
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Dr. Christopher Gerteis
Senior Lecturer in the History of Contemporary Japan and Senior Editor of Japan Forum, London: School of Oriental and African Studies, Department of History
Research interests: Modern Japan; labour; gender.
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Dr. Eleanor Newbigin
Lecturer in the History of S. Asia in the Mod. Period, London: School of Oriental and African Studies, Department of History
Research interests: Modern South Asia, especially gender, the family and law.
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Dr. Stella M. Moss
Teaching Fellow, London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Modern British popular culture and gender.
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Professor Helen E. Graham
Prof., London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Spanish Civil War; social history of Francoism 1939-51.
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Professor Sandra Cavallo
Prof., London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Early modern Italy: body, health, family and homes.
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Professor Caroline M. Barron
Emerita Prof. of History of London, London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval London; women; gentry and aristocracy; reign of Richard II.
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Professor Amanda Vickery
Prof. of Early Mod. History, London: Queen Mary, University of London, Department of History
Research interests: British society and culture; gender and family; words and objects.
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