Dr. Stephen I. Boardman
Reader in Scot. History, Edinburgh, Scottish History
Research interests: Scottish kingship; Clan Campbell; saints' cults in late medieval Scotland; heraldry.
Professor Michael Anderson
Hon. Fellow and Emeritus Prof. of Econ. History, Edinburgh, Economic and Social History
Research interests: Scottish population; western families and life-cycles.
Professor Sue Bowden
Prof. of Mod. and Econ. History, Director of Centre for History Econ. and Related Stud., York, Department of Economics and Related Studies
Research interests: Historical roots of poverty esp. disease; Historical demography; business History.
Dr. Victor F.G. Morgan
Sen. Lecturer in Eng. Soc. History, East Anglia, School of History
Research interests: Cambridge University; civic ritual; concept of fame.
Mr. Ian Farr
Sen. Lecturer in Eur. History, East Anglia, School of History
Research interests: Social and political History of modern Germany, esp. peasant society; Bavaria.
Dr. Matthew C. Ward
Sen. Lecturer, Dundee, Department of History
Research interests: Colonial American History; Native American History.
Professor Panikos Panayi
Prof. of Eur. History, Subject Leader, History, De Montfort, Department of Historical and Social Studies
Research interests: Ethnicity and racism in modern Europe.
Ms. Diana E.S. Dunn
Sen. Lecturer, Chester, Department of History and Archaeology
Research interests: 15th c. politics and society; women's History.
Professor William D. Jones
Prof. of Mod. History, Cardiff, Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion
Research interests: Welsh migrant communities in U.S. and Australia.
Professor Richard M. Smith
Prof. of History Geog. and Demography, Cambridge, Downing College, Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Soc. Structure
Research interests: Determinants of longevity and the demographic correlates of welfare systems.
Professor Simon R.S. Szreter
Prof. of History and Public Policy, Cambridge, St. John's College
Research interests: History of demographic, social and economic change in Britain since c.1750; History of international thought in the empirical social sciences and demography.
Dr. Leigh Shaw-Taylor
University Lecturer, Cambridge
Research interests: Social and economic developments in England between the mid 16th and late 19th c., esp. the development of agrarian capitalism and the Industrial Revolution.
Dr. William O'Reilly
University Lecturer, Cambridge, Trinity Hall
Research interests: Early modern Habsburg Europe; Spanish-Austrian relations; History of migration, colonialism and imperialism; Atlantic History.
Dr. Marguerite W. Duprée
Cambridge, Wolfson College
Research interests: Medical profession; Scottish hydros; urban social welfare; family; cotton industry.
Dr. Jutta Vinzent
Lecturer in Mod. and Contemp. Art and Visual Culture, Birmingham, School of Modern Languages, Cultures, Music and Art History
Research interests: Migration studies.
Professor Marjory-Ann D. Harper
Prof. of History, Aberdeen, Department of History
Research interests: Scottish emigration, 18th-20th c..
Dr. Elizabeth White
Lecturer in Russian History, West of England, Bristol, School of History
Research interests: Russian emigration; refugees and international organisations; History of childhoold.
Dr. April Pudsey
Lecturer in Ancient History, Newcastle University
Research interests: Rome; Greece; Egypt.
Ms. Elise Smith
Teaching and Res. Fellow, Oxford, Wolfson College
Research interests: History of medicine and the life sciences in Britain and the British Empire since 1800; public health; anatomy; scientific racism and racial theory; eugenics; physical anthropology, esp. craniology; approaches to human differentiation in Britain and elsewhere.
Dr. Brian McCook
Assoc. Dean/Head of Department, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: Migration; comparative History; Europe; U.S..
Dr. Ewa Ochman
Lecturer, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Cultural History of war; population displacement; borderlands and ethnic minorities; urban memory.
Dr. Leslie James
Temp. Lecturer In World History, Cambridge, Centre of Afric. Stud.
Research interests: Political and Intellectual History of Africa and the African diaspora.
Dr. Eric Schneider
Lecturer in Econ. History, Sussex, School of History
Research interests: Health; family size; wages.
Dr. Hella Eckardt
Assoc. Prof., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Roman archaeology and artefacts with an emphasis on small finds.
Professor Dominik Fleitmann
Prof. of Palaeoclimatology and Archaeol., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Paleoclimatology.
Dr. Sumita Mukherjee
Lecturer in Econ. and Soc. History, Glasgow, Department of Economic and Social History
Research interests: 19th and 20th c. south Asia; British empire; south Asian migration.
Phillips Fund Grants for Native American Research
American Philosophical Society (USA)
Contact: Linda Musumeci, director of grants and fellowships, http://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/phillips/
Abba P Schwartz Research Fellowship
John F Kennedy Library Foundation (USA)
Contact: Grant and Fellowship Co-ordinator, http://www.jfklibrary.org/research/research-grants-and-fellowships.aspx
Schomburg Center Scholars in Residence
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (USA), http://www.nypl.org/help/about-nypl/fellowships-institutes/schomburg-center-scho...
Who Speaks for the Negro?
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