Local history

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Dr. Sally I. Sokoloff
Lecturer in History, p/t, Northampton, Division of History
Research interests: Britain and the Second World War.
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Mr. David Waller
Sen. Lecturer in Pol., Northampton, Division of Americancan Studies
Research interests: Employment training and welfare reforms in U.S..
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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.
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Professor Jeremy P. Boulton
Prof., Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historyrical Studies
Research interests: Poor and Poor Law in early modern England; London 1500-1750.
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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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Mr. Terry J. Wyke
Princ. Lecturer in Econ. History, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: Social History and bibliography of Manchester region.
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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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Professor Stephen H. Rigby
Prof. Emeritus of Med. History, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval literature; later medieval English towns; Marxist Historyriography.
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Professor John V. Pickstone
Emeritus Prof. of the History of Knowledges, C.H.S.T.M., Manchester, Centre for History of Science, Technology and Medicine
Research interests: 19th-20th c. French science; medicine, science and technology 1750-present; local History and heritage; contemporary History.
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Professor Frank Mort
Prof. of Cultural History, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Cultural History of metropolitan London, 1945-63; monarchy in the 20th century; modern History of sexuality.
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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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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 George W. Jones
Prof. of Govt., London: London School of Economics, Department of Government
Research interests: Prime ministers' advisory networks.
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Professor Janet M. Hartley
Prof. of Int. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of International History
Research interests: Social History of Russia $c$.1650-1825.
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Dr. Tobias Abse
Lecturer in History, London: Goldsmiths' College, Department of History
Research interests: 20th c. Italian History.
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Professor Vanessa A. Harding
Prof. of History, London: Birkbeck College, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval and early modern London History; death; the family.
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Professor John C. Belchem
Prof. of Mod. History, Liverpool, School of History
Research interests: Irish in Liverpool; modern History of Isle of Man.
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Professor Keith D.M. Snell
Prof. of Rural and Cultural History, Leicester, Centre for English Local History
Research interests: Cultural and agrarian History.
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Dr. Anthony E. Brown
University Fellow in Archaeol., Leicester, School of Archaeology and Ancient History
Research interests: Domesday Book and the landscape.
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Mr. Gordon C.F. Forster
Hon. Lecturer in History, Sen. Life Fellow, Leeds, School of History
Research interests: Yorkshire and York 16th-17th c.; Leeds 1600-1720.
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Professor Simon J.D. Green
Prof. of Mod. Brit. History, Leeds, School of History
Research interests: Religion in 20th c. Britain.
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Professor John A. Chartres
Emeritus Prof. of Soc. and Econ. History, Leeds, Business School
Research interests: 19th c. rural trades and crafts; 18th c. fiscal data as sources.
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Dr. Angus J.L. Winchester
Sen. Lecturer in History, Lancaster, Department of History
Research interests: Landscape and environmental History; local and regional History.
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Professor Keith J. Stringer
Prof. of Med. Brit. History, Lancaster, Department of History
Research interests: Kingship and nobility in medieval England and Scotland; regional and national identity.
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Dr. David Noy
Lecturer in Classics, p/t, Trinity St. David, Department of Classics
Research interests: Jews and other minorities in the Roman world; Roman social History; death in the ancient world; medieval Latin documents for local History.
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Professor Janet E. Burton
Prof. of History, Trinity St. David, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval monastic and religious orders.
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Dr. Christopher J. French
Emeritus Reader in Soc. and Econ. History, Kingston, School of Social Sciences
Research interests: Trade and shipping in 18th c.; local History.
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Dr. John Wills
Sen. Lecturer, Kent at Canterbury, School of History
Research interests: Environmental History; California; cyberculture; 1950s Americanca; Disney.
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Dr. Alannah E. Tomkins
Sen. Lecturer in History, Keele, Department of History
Research interests: Social History of medicines; poverty/poor relief and charity.
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Dr. Nigel J. Tringham
Sen. Lecturer in History and County Editor, $V.C.H. Staffs.$, Keele, Department of History
Research interests: Staffordshire; medieval secular cathedrals; palaeography.
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