Local and regional history

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Dr. Natasha Vall
Reader in History, Teesside, History Subject Group
Research interests: The north-east of England and regeneration; public history.
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Ms. Margaret T. Hems
Princ. Lecturer, Teesside, History Subject Group
Research interests: Reign of James II; the Turner family: local politics after the Glorious Revolution.
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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. W. Stuart Howard
Sen. Lecturer in History, Sunderland, School of Arts, Design, Media and Culture
Research interests: Literature of labour; history of coalmining.
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Mr. Graham R. Potts
Hon. Fellow in History, Sunderland, School of Arts, Design, Media and Culture
Research interests: Nonconformist architecture in N.E. England.
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Mr. Jack Dawson
Sen. Lecturer in Art and Design History, Sunderland, School of Arts, Design, Media and Culture
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Professor Arthur J. McIvor
Prof. of Soc. History, Strathclyde, School of Humanities: History
Research interests: Employers; occupational health; labour history; oral history.
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Professor Mark J. Stoyle
Prof. of Early Mod. History, Southampton, Department of History
Research interests: English Civil War; Cornish and Welsh particularism; popular memory.
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Professor Roger Lloyd-Jones
Prof., Sheffield Hallam, Division of Education and Humanitites
Research interests: 19th-20th c. British economic and business history.
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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.
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Professor Peter Edwards
Emeritus Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Logistics in British civil wars; royal stables 16th-17th c.; horses in society and economy of Tudor and Stuart England; rural society 16th-17th c..
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Dr. James H. Thomas
Reader in Eng. Local History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: Maritime history; local history.
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Dr. Susan Bruley
Reader in Mod. History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
Research interests: Women in Britain since 1900, esp. working-class women and factory work, 1930s-60.
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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.
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Professor Martyn Bennett
Prof. of Early Mod. History, Nottingham Trent, Department of History and Heritage
Research interests: Formation and social, cultural and political development of the nations of the British Isles, $c$.1590-1689; Oliver Cromwell.
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Dr. David Marcombe
Sen. Lecturer in History, Adult Educ., Nottingham, Department of History
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Professor Colin M. Heywood
Emeritus Prof. of Econ. and Soc. History, Nottingham, Department of History
Research interests: History of Troyes (France); history of childhood.
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Professor John V. Beckett
Prof. of Eng. Regional History, Nottingham, Department of History
Research interests: Agricultural productivity in England 1660-1914; British social history during World War I.
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Dr. Avram G. Taylor
Sen. Lecturer in History, Northumbria, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Research interests: History and theory; communities; credit, debt and poverty; Jews in 20th c. Britain.
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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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Mr. David Waller
Sen. Lecturer in Pol., Northampton, Division of American Studies
Research interests: Employment training and welfare reforms in U.S..
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Professor Jeremy P. Boulton
Prof., Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical 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 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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Dr. Charles L.G. Insley
Sen. Lecturer in Med. History, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Early medieval Britain 600-1100, esp. Anglo-Saxon England 800-1066; medieval Wales 1100-1300; early medieval documentary culture.
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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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