On Historical Distance
Phillips, Mark Salber (2015) Yale University Press, 9780300213874 Paperback £16.99
The Allure of the Archives
Farge, Arlette; Davis, Natalie Zemon; Scott-Railton, Thomas (2015) Yale University Press, 9780300198935 Paperback £10.99
Modernity, Metatheory, and the Temporal-Spatial Divide
Kimaid, Michael (2015) Routledge, 9781138832619 Hardback £85
Minor Knowledge and Microhistory
Magnússon, Sigurdur Gylfi; Ólafsson, Davíd (2015) Routledge, 9781138812079 Hardback £85
The Gettysburg Address
Conant, Sean (2015) Oxford University Press, 9780190227449 Hardback £32.99
Remembering the Irish Revolution
Flanagan, Frances (2015) Oxford University Press, 9780198739159 Hardback £60
A New Type of History
Southgate, Beverley (2015) Routledge, 9781138848030 Hardback £85
Sites of imperial memory
Geppert, Dominik; Muller, Frank Lorenz (2015) Manchester University Press, 9780719090813 Hardback £75
Citizenship, nation, empire
Yeandle, Peter (2015) Manchester University Press, 9780719080128 Hardback £65
A Handbook to the Reception of Thucydides
Lee, Christine; Morley, Neville (2015) Wiley-Blackwell, 9781405196918 Hardback £120
The Long Twelfth-Century View of the Anglo-Saxon Past
Brett, Martin; Woodman, David A. (2015) Ashgate Publishing, 9781472428172 Hardback £85
Memorialisation of the Second Boer War in British Public and Private Schools and its implications for WWI remembrance
Huggins, Dennis, MPhil/PhD (2012), Roehammpton (Arnot, Margaret L.; Tosh, John) in progress
Theses in progress
Katherine Low
University Lecturer, Oxford, Regent's Park College
Research interests: Ancient Roman History.
Dr. Erika Hanna
Chancellor's Fellow in History, Edinburgh, School of History, Classics and Archaeology
Research interests: 20th c. Ireland; urban History; History of photography; Historiography and research methodologies.
Professor Donald M. MacRaild
Prof. in Brit. and Irish History, Ulster, School of English and History (Coleraine)
Research interests: Irish and British social and labour History, 1750-1914; British and Irish diasporas; theory and methods.
Dr. David Siemens
D.A.A.D. Lecturer in German History, London: University College
Research interests: 19th and 20th c. crime; law; culture; politics; Historiography.
Dr. Jamie Wood
Lecturer in History, Lincoln, Department of Humanities
Research interests: Identity; pedagogy; Historiography; violence.
Professor Glyn Parry
Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Early modern magic and its wider culture; Shakespeare and his evironment; Tudor government in action; the decline of magic.
Dr. Simon R. Ditchfield
Reader in History, York, Department of History
Research interests: The making of Roman Catholicism as a world religion; uses of the past in early modern Europe.
Professor Roger C. Richardson
Prof. Emeritus, Winchester, History and Archaeology Subject Areas
Research interests: Historiography of English Revolution; social and cultural History of domestic servants; English social and local History; 17th c. religious biography.
Professor Jennifer Smyth
Assoc. Prof. in History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Historiography; cinema.
Professor Maxine L. Berg
Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Global History; consumer culture in Europe and Asia.
Dr. Deborah Youngs
Sen. Lecturer in History, Swansea, Department of History and Classics
Research interests: Lifecycle in the medieval world; late medieval British History.
Dr. Steven J. Sarson
Lecturer in History, Swansea, Department of History and Classics
Research interests: American colonies and revolution.
Professor D. Stuart T. Clark
Prof. of History, Swansea, Department of History and Classics
Research interests: Theoretical aspects of Historiography of early modern witchcraft.
Dr. W. Stuart Howard
Sen. Lecturer in History, Sunderland, School of Arts, Design, Media and Culture
Research interests: Literature of labour; History of coalmining.
Professor Robin C.C. Law
Emeritus Prof. of Afric. History, Stirling, Department of History
Research interests: Social History of Ouidah (Benin); English Royal African Company; Atlantic slave trade.
Dr. David W. Mayall
Princ. Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam, Division of Education and Humanitites
Research interests: Immigrant and minority History.
Dr. Kevin F. McDermott
Sen. Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam, Division of Education and Humanitites
Research interests: Stalin and Stalinism; 20th c. Czechoslovakia.
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.