Urban history

Results
Managing Shanghai: the International Settlement administration and the development of the city, 1900-43
Jackson, Isabella, Ph.D. (2012), University of Bristol (Bickers, Robert)
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'Fuzhou And Global Empires: Understanding The Treaty Ports Of Modern China, 1850-1937
Fairchild, Sabrina, Ph.D. (2016), University of Bristol (Bickers, Robert)
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Creating a new Shanghai: the end of the British presence in China (1949-57)
Howlettt, Jonathan J., Ph.D. (2012), University of Bristol (Bickers, Robert; Thompson, James)
Thesis
The city of intermediaries: Compradors in Hong Kong from the 1830s to the 1880s
Abe, Kaori, Ph.D. (2014), Bristol (Bickers, Robert)
Thesis
Living the Revolution
Willimott, Andy (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780198725824 Hardback £60
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Architecture and Urbanism in the British Empire
Bremner, G.A. (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780198713326 Hardback £45
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Americans Against the City
Conn, Steven (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780190636340 Paperback £16.99
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The stadium century
Lewis, Robert W. (2016) Manchester University Press, 9781526106247 Hardback £75
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Redbrick
Whyte, William (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780198790341 Paperback £24.99
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Manors and Markets
van Bavel, Bas (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780198783756 Paperback £28.99
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The Building Society Promise
Samy, Antoninus (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780198787808 Hardback £65
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Tartessos and the Phoenicians in Iberia
Celestino, Sebastián; López-Ruiz, Carolina (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780199672745 Hardback £80
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The Icon Project
Sklair, Leslie (2016) Oxford University Press, 9780190464189 Hardback £22.99
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Poverty, philanthropy and the state
Bradley, Katharine (2016) Manchester University Press, 9781784993689 Paperback £12.99
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We shall not be moved
Marren, Brian (2016) Manchester University Press, 9780719095764 Hardback £75.00
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Dr. Jasmine Kilburn-Toppin
Lecturer in Early Mod. Hist, Cardiff, Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion
Research interests: Popular culture; artisanal culture; urban society.
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Professor Bryan Ward-Perkins
Prof. of Late Antique History, Oxford, Trinity College
Research interests: Mediterranean region in late antiquity; urban and economic history; late Roman statue habit; cult of saints.
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Dr. Peter J. Thompson
Assoc. Prof., Oxford, St. Cross College
Research interests: Social and cultural history of Britain's colonies in N. America, 1607-*c*.1800.
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Professor Robert Harris
Prof. of Brit. History, Oxford, Worcester College
Research interests: 18th c. British and Irish political, social and cultural history; early history of the press; urban history; history of gambling *c*.1650-1850.
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Dr. John H. Davis
Assoc. Prof., Oxford, Queen's College
Research interests: Modern London.
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Dr. Susan E. Brigden
Reader in Mod. History, Oxford, Lincoln College
Research interests: 16th c. religion; court culture; diplomacy; friendship.
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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.
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Dr. Ian W. Archer
Assoc. Prof., Oxford, Keble College
Research interests: Social history of early modern London.
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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.
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Dr. Marguerite W. Duprée
Cambridge, Wolfson College
Research interests: Medical profession; Scottish hydros; urban social welfare; family; cotton industry.
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Dr. Peter J. Cunningham
Cambridge, Homerton College
Research interests: Oral history of teachers; teacher training; professional identity.
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Mr. Christopher C. Webb
Keeper of Archives, Borthwick Inst., York, Borthwick Institute of Historical Research
Research interests: Early modern churchwardens; urban estates and clergy.
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Mr. Stephen P. Roskams
Sen. Lecturer in Archaeol., York, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Roman and medieval urbanism; Roman-medieval transitions; Marxism.
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Dr. Simon Constantine
Sen. Lecturer, Wolverhampton, School of Law, Social Sciences and Communications
Research interests: 19th and 20th c. German history.
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Professor Roger C. Richardson
Prof. Emeritus, Winchester, History and Archaeology Subject Areas
Research interests: Historiography of English Revolution; social and cultural history of domestic servants; English social and local history; 17th c. religious biography.
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