Local and regional history

Churchyard and cemetery
Rugg, Julie (2013) Manchester University Press, 9780719089206 Hardback £70
From Ghalib's Dilli to Lutyen's New Dheli
Hasan, Mushirul; Patel, Dinyar (2013) Oxford University Press, 9780198084990 Hardback £85
The London Customs Accounts
Jenks, Stuart (2013) Oxford University Press, 9780197264652 Hardback £85
Standing Their Ground
Petty, Adrienne Monteith (2013) Oxford University Press, 9780199938520 Hardback £47.99
Rees Jones, Sarah (2013) Oxford University Press, 9780198201946 Hardback £75
Local Government Reform, Urban Expansion and Identity: Nottingham and Derby, 1945 - 1968.
Dockerill, R. P., Ph.D. (2013), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.; Gunn, Simon)
Petitionary Negotiation in a Community in Conflict: King’s Lynn and West Norfolk c.1575 to 1662
Smith, Peter, Ph.D. (2012), East Anglia (Knights, Mark J.)
'Opting Out'? Nation, Region and Locality: The BBC in Yorkshire 1945-1990
Verguson, Christine, Ph.D., Huddersfield (Cooper, Martin; Doyle, Barry) in progress
Theses in progress
'Clothing the common sort, 1570 to 1700': a study based on evidence from probate accounts and poor relief records.
Mee, Susan, Ph.D. (2005), Roehampton University (Margaret Spufford; Peter Edwards)
Professor Barbara A.E. Yorke
Emerita Prof., Winchester, History and Archaeology Subject Areas
Research interests: Anglo-Saxon kingdoms and politics; church/secular relations in early Middle Ages; Anglo-Saxon women.
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 Christopher J. Wickham
Chichele Prof. of Med. History, Oxford, All Souls College
Research interests: Early medieval Europe; 12th c. Italian society.
Professor Grenville G. Astill
Prof. of Med. Archaeol., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Medieval: urbanism; rural landscapes; monasticism; technology; economy.
Professor W. John Blair
Prof., Oxford, Queen's College
Research interests: Settlement, landscape and society of Anglo-Saxon England, esp. local church organisation and the parochial system, with an emphasis on archaeological evidence.
Dr. Anthony E. Brown
university Fellow in Archaeol., Leicester, School of Archaeology and Ancient History
Research interests: Domesday Book and the landscape.
Dr. John C. Richards
Sen. Lecturer in History of Art, Glasgow, Department of History of Art
Research interests: Humanism and visual arts in Italian trecento.
Dr. John Walker
Lecturer in History, Hull, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval Yorkshire; the Templars.
Professor Stephen J. Rippon
Prof. of Landscape Archaeol., Exeter, Archaeology
Research interests: History of landscape; wetland archaeology.
Professor David W. Rollason
Prof. of History, Durham, Department of History
Research interests: Early medieval Northumbria; N. English historiography; power and kingship.
Dr. Peter M. Warner
Cambridge, Homerton College
Research interests: Landscape archaeology; origins of the shire; Suffolk.
Dr. Martin Brett
Cambridge, Robinson College
Research interests: Canon law in Britain and Europe; diplomatic.
Dr. Simon D. Keynes
Cambridge, Trinity College
Research interests: Anglo-Saxon history.
Mr. Christopher C. Webb
Keeper of Archives, Borthwick Inst., York, Borthwick Institute of Historical research
Research interests: Early modern churchwardens; urban estates and clergy.
Dr. James H. Thomas
Reader in Eng. Local History, Portsmouth, School of Social and Historical Studies
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.
Mr. David Waller
Sen. Lecturer in Pol., Northampton, Division of American Studies
Research interests: Employment training and welfare reforms in U.S..
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.
Professor Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones
Prof. of American History, Edinburgh, History
Research interests: U.S. foreign policy and intelligence 1898-2001; F.B.I.; women, African Americans, labour, students and the Vietnam War.
Professor Keith W. Jenkins
Prof. Emeritus of History Theory, Chichester, Department of History
Research interests: Historical method; philosophy of history.
Professor Kenneth Morgan
Prof. of History, Brunel university, Department of Politics and History
Research interests: British overseas trade and expansion 1650-1850; slavery in the British Caribbean; early American and Australian history.