Teachers of Roehampton

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Dr. Margaret L. Arnot
Princ. Lecturer, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: 19th c. Britain: gender and crime; infanticide and child abuse.
Dr. Charlotte Behr
Sen. Lecturer, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Migration period gold bracteates.
Dr. Michael Brown
Sen. Lecturer, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Social and cultural history of medicine in 19th c. Britain.
Dr. Susan J. Deacy
Princ. Lecturer, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Ancient Greek gender and sexuality; ancient Greek religion.
Professor Trevor Dean
Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Renaissance Italy: crime; violence; weather.
Professor Peter Edwards
Emeritus Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Logistics in British civil wars; royal stables 16th-17th c.; horses in society and economy of Tudor and Stuart England; rural society 16th-17th c..
Dr. Carrie Hamilton
Reader, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Gender history; history of sexuality; oral history; histories of revolution and political violence.
Dr. Sara Pennell
Sen. Lecturer, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: 17th and 18th c. food practices; health and domestic medicine; the non-elite interior.
Dr. Krisztina Robert
Sen. Lecturer, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Late Victorian and 20th c. Britain; gender and war; militarism; modernity.
Professor H. Margaret Spufford
Emerita Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Early modern English society; local history.
Professor John A. Tosh
Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Masculinities and manliness in 19th c. Britain; social rationale of historical study.
Professor Cornelie Usborne
Emerita Prof., Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Sexuality; reproductive health; medicine; women, gender and popular culture in Weimar and Nazi Germany.
Dr. Edward Vallance
Reader, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: 17th c. British political and religious history, esp. the civil wars.
Dr. Andrew Wareham
Reader, Director, Hearth Tax Project, Roehampton, History Programme
Research interests: Early medieval and early modern English social and economic history.