Historical geography

A Meeting of Land and Sea
Foster, David R.; Hall, Brian R. (2017) Yale University Press, 9780300214178 Hardback £30
Adams Award for Travel in North America
David Bruce Centre for American Studies + Keele University
Contact: Tracey Wood, David Bruce Centre Administrator, http://www.keele.ac.uk/davidbruce/funding/
Indentured Migration and the Servant Trade from London to America, 1618-1718
Wareing, John (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780198788904 Hardback £65
Turks in the Indian Subcontinent, Central and West Asia
Poonawala, Ismail (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780198092209 Hardback £20.99
Land and Forest Governance in Swat
Sultan-i-Rome (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780199066902 Paperback £25.99
Debates on Civilization in the Muslim World
Sunar, Lutfi (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780199466887 Hardback £40.99
Prudentius and the Landscapes of Late Antiquity
O'Hogan, Cillian (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780198749226 Hardback £60
The Oxford Dictionary of Architecture (3rd ed.)
Curl, James Stevens; Wilson, Susan (2015) Oxford University Press, 9780199674985 Hardback £45
East of Asia Minor: Rome's Hidden Frontier
Mitford, Timothy Bruce (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780198725176 Paperback £225
The Rivers Ran Backward
Phillips, Christopher (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780195187236 Hardback £22.99
The Serpent Column
Stephenson, Paul (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780190209063 Hardback £47.99
Land questions in modern Ireland
Campbell, Fergus; Varley, Tony (2016) Manchester University Press, 9781784993535 Paperback £15.99
Dr. Katherine J. Clarke
Oxford, St. Hilda's College
Research interests: Ancient geography; historiography; perceptions of time.
Dr. Renaud Morieux
University Lecturer, Cambridge, Jesus College
Research interests: 18th c. British and French history; migrations, borders, maritime spaces, war captivity, trade and interest groups.
Dr. Susan Oosthuizen
Cambridge, Wolfson College
Dr. Andrew Sargent
Lecturer in Med. History, Keele, Department of History
Research interests: North-west Midlands; topography; secular and ecclesiastical landscapes.
Professor Tom Beaumont James
Prof. Emeritus, Winchester, History and Archaeology Subject Areas
Research interests: English urban history; elite architecture; archaeology and landscape; demography and death.
Dr. Peter Wardley
Prof., West of England, Bristol, School of History
Research interests: Business history; economic history; labour history.
Professor David Austin
Emeritus Prof. of Archaeol., Trinity St. David, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Medieval and later landscapes; archaeological theory; settlements; castles; later monasticism.
Professor Tim Hitchcock
Prof. of Digital History, Sussex, School of History
Research interests: 18th c. poverty and sexuality; spatialities; digital humanities.
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.
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.
Professor Paul L.J. Halstead
Prof. of Archaeol., Sheffield, Department of Archaeology and Prehistory
Research interests: Neolithic and bronze age Greece; archaeozoology; ethnoarchaeology of Mediterranean farming.
Dr. Alastair Pearson
Princ. Lecturer, Portsmouth, Department of Geography
Research interests: Landscape evolution; application of G.I.S. to historical geography and archaeology; history of cartography.
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.
Dr. Dominic Fontana
Sen. Lecturer in Geog., Portsmouth, Department of Geography
Research interests: The use of G.I.S. in historical studies, esp. military history; historical development of the Portsmouth region.
Professor Margaret Walsh
Emerita Prof. of American Econ. and Soc. History, Nottingham, Department of American and Canadian Studies
Research interests: Long-distance bus industry in U.S.; America's working women; the American West.
Professor William G. Cavanagh
Emeritus Prof. of Archaeol., Nottingham, Department of Classical and Archaeological Studies
Research interests: Greek bronze age; Bayesian statistics; Laconia; Sparta.
Dr. Rossano Balzaretti
Sen. Lecturer in Med. History, Nottingham, Department of History
Dr. Catherine A. Smith
Princ. Lecturer in History, Head of Department, Northampton, Division of History
Research interests: Social, economic and cultural development of urban society 1680-1840; history of madness and asylums.