18th Century

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Dr. Christina Skott
Cambridge, Wolfson College
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Dr. Istvan Hont
Reader in Pol. and Intellectual History, Cambridge, King's College
Research interests: History of concepts of reason of state; sociability; political economy.
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Dr. Mark A. Goldie
Reader in Brit. Intellectual History, Fac. Chairman, Cambridge, Churchill College
Research interests: Restoration political thought; John Locke.
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Mr. Martin S. Golding
Cambridge, Peterhouse
Research interests: Recollection of childhood and art in England 19th-20th c..
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Professor Eamon Duffy
Prof. of the History of Christianity, Cambridge, Magdalene College
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Dr. Melissa T. Calaresu
Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College
Research interests: Italy, esp. Naples; Enlightenment; Grand Tour.
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Professor Christopher A. Bayly
Vere Harmsworth Prof. of Imp. and Naval History, Cambridge, St. Catharine's College
Research interests: History of India and South-East Asia; history of globalisation.
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Professor Derek E.D. Beales
Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College
Research interests: Joseph II; Enlightened absolutism; secularisation and monasteries 18th-19th c.; music in society.
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Professor John C. Clarke
Prof. of History, Buckingham, Department of History
Research interests: S. Northants. in 19th c.; causation in history.
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Professor Peter J.R. King
Prof. of Eng. Local History, Leicester, Centre for English Local History
Research interests: 18th and 19th c. criminal justice history; history of welfare and poverty.
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Dr. James Gregory
Lecturer in Modern British History since 1800, Bradford, School of Humanities and Performing Arts
Research interests: British political and cultural history, $c$.1760-1914.
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Professor Munro Price
Prof. of Mod. Eur. History, Bradford, Department of Social Sciences and Humanities
Research interests: French political history 1750-1848; French Revolution.
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Dr. Gareth Atkins
Cambridge, Magdalene College
Research interests: 18th and 19th c. British history.
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Dr. Nicola Whyte
Lecturer in History, Exeter, History - Cornwall Campus
Research interests: Landscape, environment and society $c$.1500-1800.
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Dr. H. Camilla Smith
Lecturer in the History of Art., Birmingham, School of Modern Languages, Cultures, Music and Art History
Research interests: 18th c. Swiss and British visual culture.
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Dr. Leonard D. Smith
Hon. Sen. Res. Fellow, History of Medicine Unit, Birmingham, History of Medicine Unit
Research interests: History of psychiatry and mental health institutions in England, 1750-2000; history of West Indies mental health institutions, 1820-1920.
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Dr. Michael F. Snape
Sen. Lecturer in Mod. History, Birmingham, School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion
Research interests: Religious and military history of Britain; 18th c. Church.
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Mr. Paul S. Spencer-Longhurst
Lecturer in History of Art and Sen. Curator, Barber Inst., Birmingham, School of Modern Languages, Cultures, Music and Art History
Research interests: French and British art $c$.1750-1870; history of collecting.
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Dr. Adrian J. Randall
Prof. of Eng. Soc. History, Birmingham, School of History and Cultures
Research interests: British social and labour history 1700-1950.
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Dr. Leonard D. Schwarz
Reader in Eng. Urban History, Birmingham, School of History and Cultures
Research interests: English social and urban history, mid 17th c.-mid 19th c.; London, 1660-1850; poverty in England, 1660-1870; English towns 1650-1850.
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Dr. Jerzy T. Lukowski
Reader in Polish History, Birmingham, School of History and Cultures
Research interests: 18th c. Poland: nobility, esp. the nobility and the Enlightenment.
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Professor Peter M. Jones
Prof. of French History, Birmingham, School of History and Cultures
Research interests: French Revolution; French rural history; cultural history of science in the West Midlands, 1760-1820.
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Dr. Malcolm M. Dick
Director, Centre for W. Midlands History, Birmingham, School of History and Cultures
Research interests: History of the West Midlands region after 1700; environmental history; histories of minority communitites.
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Dr. Tara J. Hamling
R.C.U.K. Res. Fellow in Mod. History, Birmingham, School of History and Cultures
Research interests: Early modern cultural history in Britain; post-Reformation visual and material culture.
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Dr. Richard Clay
Lecturer in the History of Art, Birmingham, School of Modern Languages, Cultures, Music and Art History
Research interests: 18th and early 19th c. French and British visual culture; history of iconoclasm.
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Dr. Andrew R. Holmes
Lecturer in History, Belfast, School of History and Anthropology
Research interests: Religion in Ireland $c$.1660 to the present, esp. Presbyterianism and Evangelicalism.
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Professor David W. Hayton
Prof. of Early Mod. Irish and Brit. History, Belfast, School of History and Anthropology
Research interests: Irish legislation 1690-1800; L.B. Namier and the history of parliament.
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Professor Mary O'Dowd
Prof. of Gender History, Belfast, School of History and Anthropology
Research interests: Gender and women's history; family history; early modern Ireland; historiography.
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Professor Sean J. Connolly
Prof. of Irish History, Belfast, School of History and Anthropology
Research interests: Popular culture, protest and social relations in Ireland $c$.1680-1850; civic culture of Belfast.
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Professor R. Angus Buchanan
Emeritus Prof. of History of Tech., Hon. Director, History of Tech Res. Unit, Bath, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
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