18th Century

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Dr. Frances Knight
Assoc. Prof. of History Theol., Nottingham, Department of Theology and Religious Studies
Research interests: 19th-20th c. religious history.
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Dr. James Helgeson
Nottingham, Department of French
Research interests: Early modern French history; literary historiography; history of first-person writing.
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Dr. Sheryllynne Haggerty
Sen. Lecturer in Early Mod. Brit. History, Nottingham, Department of History
Research interests: 18th c. British Atlantic trade and networks; slave trade; 18th c. towns.
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Dr. Rebecca Ford
Nottingham, Department of French
Research interests: Enlightenment thought and literature; history of science in 18th c. France.
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Dr. Harry Cocks
Lecturer, Nottingham, Department of History
Research interests: Modern Britain since 1750; history of gender, sexuality and the self.
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Professor John V. Beckett
Prof. of Eng. Regional History, Nottingham, Department of History
Research interests: Agricultural productivity in England 1660-1914; British social history during World War I.
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Professor Anthony Webster
Prof. of History, Northumbria, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Research interests: History of the British empire and cooperative movement.
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Dr. Gaby Mahlberg
Lecturer in History, Northumbria, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Research interests: Intellectual and cultural history; republicanism; utopianism.
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith
Princ. Lecturer in History, Head of Department, Northampton, Division of History
Research interests: Social, economic and cultural development of urban society 1680-1840; history of madness and asylums.
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Dr. Matthew L. McCormack
Sen. Lecturer in History, Northampton, Division of History
Research interests: 18th and 19th c. Britain; gender; cultural history.
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Dr. James R. McDougall
Assoc. Prof., Oxford, Trinity College
Research interests: France, Mediterranean, Middle East and Africa; Islamic history since $c$.1700; global and imperial history.
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Dr. Madge J. Dresser
Assoc. Prof., West of England, Bristol, School of History
Research interests: British Atlantic slavery; history of religious and ethnic minorities in Britain since 1700.
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Dr. Michael Rosenthal
Prof. of Art History, Warwick, Department of History of Art
Research interests: Art and exploration; the culture of colonialism; Australian art.
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Dr. Sho Konishi
Assoc. Prof., Oxford, St. Antony's College
Research interests: Cultural, intellectual and transnational history of Japan from 1700.
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Dr. Yasmin Khan
Oxford, Kellogg College
Research interests: British empire; India, 18th-20th c..
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Professor G. Charles Walton
Assoc. Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Ancien Régime, Enlightenment and revolutionary France with emphases on democratisation; human rights; liberalism and economic justice.
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Ms. Sarah Richardson
Assoc. Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Political culture; electoral politics; history and computing.
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Professor Mark Philp
Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Political theory and sociology; political corruption and issues relating to standards in public life; history of political thought and British history at the time of the French Revolution.
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Dr. Tim Lockley
Prof. of North African History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Slavery, race, gender and reform in the colonial and antebellum South.
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Professor David Lambert
Prof. of Caribbean History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Caribbean and Atlantic histories; British imperialism, exploration and cartography in the 'long' 19th c.; counterfactual histories; histories of Whiteness; historical geography.
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Professor Mark Knights
Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Early modern British political culture $c$.1500-1800.
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Professor Camillia Cowling
Assistant Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Slavery and abolition in the Americas and Atlantic world, specifically Brazil and Cuba.
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Professor Nicholas Crafts
Prof. of Econ. History, Warwick, Department of Economics
Research interests: Comparative history of long-run economic growth; British Industrial Revolution; British relative economic decline.
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Professor Rebecca A. Earle
Prof. of History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: Race, history and national identity in 19th c. Spanish America; clothing industry; history of food.
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Dr. Drew D. Gray
Sen. Lecturer in History, Northampton, Division of History
Research interests: Crime and punishment.
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Dr. Jane L. Webster
Sen. Lecturer in History Archaeol., Newcastle upon Tyne, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Historical archaeology, esp. the study of colonialism.
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Professor David Saunders
Prof., Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Russian and Ukrainian history, esp. society, politics, historiography and ethnic relations.
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Dr. Diana Paton
Reader in Caribbean History, Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Comparative slavery; slave emancipation; 18th-19th c. Anglophone Caribbean; gender.
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Dr. Rachel Hammersley
Sen. Lecturer in Intellectual History, Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Intellectual history; democracy; republicanism; revolution.
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Dr. Craig Horner
Lecturer in History, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: 18th c. Manchester; early automobility; mass motoring.
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