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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 David Cesarani
Res. Prof., London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Jewish History; Holocaust studies; History of migration.
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Professor Justin A.I. Champion
Prof. of History, London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Cultural and material History of the Bible 1500-1800.
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Professor Richard Alston
Prof. of Anc. History, London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of Classics
Research interests: Urbanisation and cultural change in Roman Egypt.
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Professor Sandra Cavallo
Prof., London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Early modern Italy: body, health, family and homes.
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Dr. Yossef Rapoport
Lecturer, London: Queen Mary, University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval History.
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Professor Miri E. Rubin
Prof. of Late Med. Eur., London: Queen Mary, University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Social relations and religious culture; Jewish-Christian relations.
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Dr. H. Mark Glancy
Sen. Lecturer, London: Queen Mary, University of London, Department of History
Research interests: British and American film industry.
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Dr. Martin Gorsky
Reader in the History of Health Policy, London: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Research interests: Voluntary hospitals; mutual health insurance; British welfare state; the N.H.S.; comparative health systems.
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Professor Virginia S. Berridge
Prof. of History, London: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Research interests: 20th c. health policy: A.I.D.S., drugs, smoking, alcohol; media; public health: evidence and policy.
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Dr. Patrick Wallis
Reader in Econ. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: Developments in medicine and pharmacy in London 1580-1720; professional, social and ethical responses to epidemics; guilds and the organisation of pre-modern work.
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Professor A.R. Kristina Spohr
Assoc. Prof. of Int. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of International History
Research interests: Post-Cold War security developments; 20th c. German History.
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Professor Colin M. Lewis
Emeritus Prof. of Latin American Econ. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: Economic policy since 1920 in Brazil and Argentina.
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Dr. Terence R. Gourvish
Director of the Business History Unit, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
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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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Professor Richard C. Vinen
Prof. of History, London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: 20th c. French History.
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Professor Richard H. Trainor
Prof. of Soc. History, Principal, London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: Social History of British middle class and its urban elites 1850-1950; universities in urban context since 1850.
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Professor Janet L. Nelson
Emerita and Visiting Res. Prof. of Med. History, London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: Earlier medieval social and political History; medieval women and gender.
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Dr. Anne H. Goldgar
Reader in History, London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: European cultural and social History; France and Netherlands.
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Dr. Laura Gowing
Prof. of Early Mod. Brit. History, London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: Women's History; the body in early modern England.
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Dr. David J. Crankshaw
Lecturer in History of Early Mod. Christianity, London: King's College, Department of Theology and Religious Studies
Research interests: Tudor and Stuart religions; political and social History, esp. Elizabethan privy council; Matthew Parker, archbishop of Canterbury, and St. Paul's Cathedral; confessionalisation; early modern political thought.
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Dr. Stephen D. Baxter
Reader in History, London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: Land tenure, prosopography and politics in late Anglo-Saxon and early Norman England.
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Dr. Tom Woodin
Sen. Lecturer in Educ., London: Institute of Education, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
Research interests: Historical approaches to educational research; social movements; widening participation.
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Dr. Vincent Carpentier
Reader in History of Educ., London: Institute of Education, Department of Lifelong and Comparative Education
Research interests: Education and the social and economic History of Europe and the U.S.A. in the 19th and 20th c.; funding in higher education; quantitative History; international perspectives.
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Professor Arthur Burns
Prof. of History, London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: Reform of Church of England early/mid 19th c.; church parties; reform; clergy.
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Professor David A. Carpenter
Prof. of History, London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: English political, social and architectural History 12th-14th c..
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Professor Matthew Davies
Prof. of Urban History, Director of the Centre for Metropolitan History, London: Institute of Historical Research
Research interests: Medieval and early modern London; crafts and guilds in the later middle ages; late medieval English social and economic History.
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Professor Miles Taylor
Prof. of History, Director, London: Institute of Historical Research
Research interests: 19th and 20th c. British History; the History of parliamentary representation since 1760; the British Raj, $c$.1858-1947; Victorian culture and Historiography.
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Dr. Anastasia Stouraiti
Lecturer in History, London: Goldsmiths' College, Department of History
Research interests: Social, political and cultural History of the republic of Venice; History of books and readers in early modern Europe; colonialism and its forms of knowledge; the comparative History of early modern empires.
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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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