Intellectual history

Professor David S. Nash
Prof., Oxford Brookes, School of Arts and Humanities
Research interests: Blasphemy; republicanism; secularism.
Dr. Brian W. Young
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, Christ Church
Research interests: British Intellectual and religious History; the Victorians and the 18th c.; Historiography.
Dr. Friedrich W. Zimmermann
Oxford, St. Cross College
Research interests: Greek into Arabic; early Arabic thought.
Dr. John L. Watts
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, Corpus Christi College
Research interests: Later medieval England and Europe; the growth of government and the transition from 'medieval' to 'early modern' political forms.
Dr. Simon Skinner
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, Balliol College
Research interests: High politics, paternalist and reactionary thought; religious and ecclesiastical dimensions.
Professor Nicholas Stargardt
Prof. of Mod. Eur. History, Oxford, Magdalen College
Research interests: Social History of Nazi Germany; History of childhood.
Professor Richard Sharpe
Prof. of Diplomatic, Oxford, Wadham College
Research interests: Medieval documents; English royal diplomatic, 11th-12th c.; medieval Latin texts; books and libraries in medieval England.
Dr. David R. Priestland
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, St. Edmund Hall
Research interests: History of the Soviet Union; History of communism.
Dr. Sho Konishi
University Lecturer, Oxford, St. Antony's College
Research interests: Cultural, Intellectual and transnational History of Japan from 1700.
Professor Ian W.F. Maclean
Prof. of Renaissance Stud., Oxford, All Souls College
Research interests: History of the book; Cardano, Montaigne.
Dr. Matthew S. Kempshall
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, Wadham College
Research interests: Medieval and early Renaissance Intellectual History and Historiography; the influence of the classical tradition.
Professor Howard Hotson
Prof. of Early Mod. Intellectual History, Oxford, St. Anne's College
Research interests: Ramism; encyclopaedism; irenicism; millennarianism; universal reform; international systems of Intellectual reform.
Dr. Lawrence N. Goldman
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, St. Peter's College
Research interests: British and American History since 1750; editor, *Oxford Dictionary of National Biography*.
Dr. E. Jane Garnett
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, Wadham College
Research interests: 19th and early 20th c. British and European Intellectual, cultural and religious History; development of Victorian art criticism and visual culture; representation of women across the whole Historical spectrum.
Dr. George S. Garnett
University Lecturer (Inter-Collegiate), Oxford, St. Hugh's College
Research interests: English History 10th-13th c., esp. shifts in notions of kingship through the practice of royal succession; early modern political and legal thought.
Professor Robert F. (Roy) Foster
Carroll Prof. of Irish History, Oxford, Hertford College
Research interests: Irish History, society and politics in the modern period; Victorian high politics and culture; authorised biography of W.B.Yeats.
Mr. Malcolm D. Deas
Oxford, St. Antony's College
Research interests: Colombia.
Professor Laurence W.B. Brockliss
Prof. of Early Mod. French History, Oxford, Magdalen College
Research interests: Early modern French education; science and medicine.
Professor Vernon B. Bogdanor
Oxford, Brasenose College
Research interests: British and comparative government.
Mr. Paul Wood
Sen. Lecturer in Art History, Open, Department of Art History
Research interests: Theory of modern art.
Mr. Timothy J. Garton Ash
Oxford, St. Antony's College
Professor Rosemary O'Day
Emeritus Prof. of History and Sen. Res. Assoc., Open, Department of History
Research interests: British social, educational and religious History, 16th-18th c.; male and female roles; Charles Booth's London.
Ms. Angela Brown
Head of History and Heritage, Nottingham Trent, Department of History and Heritage
Research interests: Early modern society and culture; teaching and learning of History in higher education.
Dr. Richard I. Winton
Lecturer in Classical Stud., Nottingham, Department of Classical and Archaeological Studies
Research interests: Thucydides.
Dr. Joanna Martin
Lecturer, Nottingham, School of English
Research interests: Late medieval English literature; older Scots literature; book History.
Professor Richard H. King
Emeritus Prof. of American Intellectual History, Nottingham, Department of American and Canadian Studies
Research interests: Histories and theories of racism since 1945.
Mr. Howard J. Wickes
Princ. Lecturer in History, Northumbria, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Research interests: Descartes; 17th c. natural philosophy.
Professor David Saunders
Prof., Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Russian and Ukrainian History, esp. society, politics, Historiography and ethnic relations.
Dr. Rachel Hammersley
Sen. Lecturer in Intellectual History, Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Intellectual History; democracy; republicanism; revolution.
Professor Susan-Mary C. Grant
Prof. of American History, Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: American Civil War; nationalism in 19th c..