Teachers of Saint Andrews

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Dr. Andrew Peacock
Lecturer in Mid. E. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Professor Andrew D.M. Pettegree
Prof. in Mod. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: Calvinism and its political impact; English and continental Reformation.
Dr. Jacqueline Rose
Lecturer in Mod. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: Early modern political, religious and Intellectual History.
Dr. Guy R. Rowlands
Reader in Mod. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: 17th and 18th c. France and Spain; war and international relations 1659-1763; Jacobitism.
Dr. Elina Screen
Teaching Fellow in Med. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: Early medieval Europe $c$.300-1000; Carolingian Francia; Anglo-Saxon England; the Vikings; charters and numismatics.
Dr. Katie Stevenson
Sen. Lecturer in Scot. and Med. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: 15th c. Scotland; chivalry, knighthood and courtly culture.
Dr. Angus D. Stewart
Lecturer in Med. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: Middle East, 12th-14th c.; Mamluks; Mongols; Crusades.
Dr. Bernhard Struck
Reader in Mod. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: 18th and 19th c. Germany and France; travel and travel writing; History of sciences; translation History.
Dr. Rebecca Sweetman
Sen. Lecturer in Anc. History, Saint Andrews, Department of Ancient History and Church History
Research interests: Archaeology of Roman and late antique Knossos; late antique Peloponnese, esp. Sparta.
Dr. Stephen Tyre
Lecturer in Mod. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: French History and decolonisation.
Dr. Malcolm Walsby
Lecturer in History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: Book History; French nobility.
Professor Richard Whatmore
Prof. in Mod. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: Theories of empire, democracy and war; enlightenment and revolution; republican diaspora; relations between Britain and Europe.
Dr. Alex Woolf
Sen. Lecturer in Med. Scot. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: Early medieval Britain and Ireland; medieval Iceland; Anglo-Norman Scotland; transitions from tribalism to statehood.
Dr. Greg D. Woolf
Prof. of Anc. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: Cultural, social, religious and economic History of the Roman world.