17th Century

Dr. Garthine Walker
Reader in History Research, Cardiff, Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion
Research interests: Social history of crime, women and the law, sexual violence, historiography.
Professor Judi D. Loach
Prof. in Architecture, Welsh Sch. of Architecture, Cardiff, Welsh School of Architecture
Research interests: 17th c. French architecture; Le Corbusier; Jesuits.
Professor Patricia Hudson
Emeritus Prof. of Econ. History, Cardiff, Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion
Research interests: Industrialisation.
Dr. Joachim Whaley
Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College
Research interests: German History, thought and culture from 1500 to the present day.
Dr. Stephen A. Hipkin
Head of Department, Canterbury Christ Church, Department of History and Americancan Studies
Research interests: Crime, custom and conflict in Kent 1550-1750.
Professor Jacqueline S. Eales
Prof., Canterbury Christ Church, Department of History and Americancan Studies
Research interests: Kent and the English civil wars, 1640-60.
Dr. Brendan P. Simms
Cambridge, Peterhouse
Research interests: British foreign policy 1690-1815; neo-conservatism; Prussian geopolitics, 1701-1871; European geopolitics, 1453-2009.
Dr. David L. Smith
Cambridge, Selwyn College
Research interests: British political, constitutional and legal History in the early modern period, esp. 17th c.; History of Parliament; monarchy and Royalism; the career of Oliver Cromwell.
Dr. Michael Sonenscher
Cambridge, King's College
Research interests: French History c.1650-1848; History of political thought, particularly in France; origins of political economy, social science, anthropology.
Professor Mikulas Teich
Cambridge, Robinson College
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.
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. Jacqueline Rose
Lecturer in Mod. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: Early modern political, religious and intelLectureral History.
Professor Ulinka C. Rublack
Prof. in Early Mod. Eur. History, Cambridge, St. John's College
Research interests: Social, cultural and religious History of Europe in the 16th and 17th c..
Dr. J. Craig Muldrew
Reader in Early Mod. Brit. Soc. and Econ. History, Cambridge, Queens' College
Research interests: Credit; food.
Professor Michael O'Brien
Prof. of American IntelLectureral History, Cambridge, Jesus College
Research interests: 19th and 20th c. intelLectureral culture of the Americancan South; History of Americancan intelLectureral life since the 17th c..
Dr. Mary R. Laven
Reader, Cambridge, Jesus College
Research interests: Social and cultural History of early modern Italy and Europe esp. religion, gender, sociability and material culture.
Dr. Sachiko Kusukawa
Cambridge, Trinity College
Research interests: History of science 1450-1750; cultural and intelLectureral History; History of the book.
Mr. Scott H. Mandelbrote
Cambridge, Peterhouse
Research interests: Early modern British and European intelLectureral History, esp. the History of scholarship and the History of science.
Dr. J. Clare L. Jackson
Cambridge, Trinity Hall
Research interests: History of ideas in early modern Britain, esp. Scotland; legal History; politics of the Stuart multiple monarchy.
Professor John C. Robertson
Prof. of History of Pol. Thought, Cambridge, Clare College
Research interests: Political, social and Historyrical thought across the 17th and 18th centuries.
Dr. Mark A. Goldie
Reader in Brit. IntelLectureral History, Fac. Chairman, Cambridge, Churchill College
Research interests: Restoration political thought; John Locke.
Mr. Martin S. Golding
Cambridge, Peterhouse
Research interests: RecolLectureron of childhood and art in England 19th-20th c..
Professor Eamon Duffy
Prof. of the History of Christianity, Cambridge, Magdalene College
Dr. John S.A. Adamson
Cambridge, Peterhouse
Research interests: Political and cultural History of early modern Britain and Europe.
Professor John H. Baker
Downing Prof. of the Laws of England., Cambridge, St. Catharine's College
Research interests: English legal History, esp. in the early modern period; early History of the inns of court; legal manuscripts.
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 Americancan and Australian History.
Dr. Evan Jones
Sen. Lecturer in Econ. and Soc. History, Bristol, Department of Historyrical Studies
Professor Ronald E. Hutton
Prof. of History, Bristol, Department of Historyrical Studies
Research interests: Images of paganism and witchcraft in Britain 1800-2000.
Dr. Peter Jackson
Sen. Lecturer, Brighton, School of Historyrical and Critical Studies