Teachers of London: university College

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Dr. Andrew Gregory
Sen. Lecturer in History of Sc., London: university College, Department of Science and Technology Studies
Research interests: History of science in the ancient world, esp. history of cosmology and the relations between magic and science.
Dr. Thomas H. Gretton
Sen. Lecturer in History of Art, London: university College, Department of History of Art
Research interests: British, French and Mexican 18th and 19th c. culture.
Dr. Dina Gusejnova
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, London: university College, Department of History
Research interests: Modern German intellectual, social and political history; political theory and modern Russian thought.
Professor Catherine M. Hall
Prof. of Mod. Brit. Soc. and Cultural History, London: university College, Department of History
Research interests: The place of Jamaica in 19th c. English imagination.
Professor Anne Hardy
Prof. of. the History of Mod. Medicine, London: university College, Wellcome Institute
Research interests: History of public health and preventive medicine; history of disease and epidemiology in 19th and 20th c..
Dr. Rebecca Haynes
Sen. Lecturer in Romanian History, London: university College, Department of History
Research interests: History of central and eastern Europe, with special reference to Romania.
Professor Andrew F. Hemingway
Prof. of History of Art, London: university College, Department of History of Art
Research interests: 19th and 20th c. American art and culture.
Dr. Mark Hewitson
Sen. Lecturer in German Pol., Department of German, London: university College, Department of German
Research interests: German history, politics and social thought in the 19th and 20th c..
Dr. Mary Hilson
Sen. Lecturer in Contemp. Scandinavian History, London: university College, Department of Scandinavian Studies
Research interests: 19th and 20th c. social history.
Professor Julian Hoppit
Astor Prof. of Brit. History, London: university College, Department of History
Research interests: Parliamentary legislation in Britain 1660-1800.
Dr. L. Stephen Jacyna
Reader in History of Medicine, London: university College, Wellcome Institute
Research interests: History of neurology in the late 19th and early 20th c.; history of medical microscopy; history of Scottish medicine.
Professor Benjamin J. Kaplan
Prof. of Dutch History and Institutions, London: university College, Department of Dutch
Research interests: The Low Countries; early modern religious, cultural and social history.
Dr. Egbert Klautke
Lecturer in the Cultural History of Central Eur., London: university College, Department of History
Research interests: Modern central European history, esp. 19th and 20th c. political, cultural and intellectual history.
Dr. Dilwyn Knox
Reader in Renaissance Stud., London: university College, Department of History
Research interests: Late medieval and Renaissance literature, history and philosophy.
Professor Axel Körner
Prof. of Mod. Eur. History, London: university College, Department of History
Research interests: 19th c. culture in French and German workers' movement; bourgeoisie in Italy from unity to fascism.
Professor Andrew D.E. Lewis
Prof. of Comparative Legal History, Fac. of Laws, London: university College, Faculty of Laws
Research interests: Montesquieu's $Collectio Juris$ (for an edition); history of tithes.
Dr. Avi S. Lifschitz
Sen. Lecturer in Eur. History, London: university College, Department of History
Research interests: Intellectual history of Europe 17th-19th c..
Dr. Vivienne Lo
Lecturer in the History of Medicine, London: university College, Wellcome Institute
Research interests: History of Chinese medical theory and practice.
Dr. Neill Lochery
Sen. Lecturer in Israeli Stud., London: university College, Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies
Research interests: History of the State of Israel; Middle East peace process.
Dr. Kris Lockyear
Lecturer, London: university College, Institute of Archaeology
Research interests: Iron age and Roman archaeology and numismatics; nationalism; ethnicity and cultural identity.