Teachers of Trinity St. David

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Professor David Austin
Emeritus Prof. of Archaeol., Trinity St. David, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Medieval and later landscapes; archaeological theory; settlements; castles; later monasticism.
Professor Barry C. Burnham
Emeritus Prof. of Archaeol., Pro Vice-Chancellor, Trinity St. David, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Urbanism in Roman Britain, esp. the 'small towns'.
Professor Janet E. Burton
Prof. of History, Trinity St. David, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval monastic and religious orders.
Dr. Jane Cartwright
Sen. Lecturer in Welsh and Welsh Stud., Trinity St. David, Department of Welsh
Research interests: Medieval Church history; female monasticism; middle Welsh literature.
Dr. Emma Cavell
Lecturer in History, Trinity St. David, Department of History
Research interests: Medieval Britain; aristocracies; women and gender; frontiers.
Dr. Kathy Ehrensperger
Sen. Lecturer, Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Inter-testamental Judaisms; early Christianity; women in the ancient world.
Professor Colin C. Eldridge
Emeritus Prof. of History, Trinity St. David, Department of History
Research interests: British empire and Commonwealth history; literature of imperialism.
Dr. Karen Jankulak
Lecturer, Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Medieval Celtic history; Church history, esp. cult of saints; Arthurian studies.
Dr. Lester Mason
Lecturer in History, Trinity St. David, Department of History
Research interests: Social, political and cultural impact of the Great War, with particular attention given to the rural communities of west Wales.
Professor D. Densil Morgan
Prof., Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Christianity in 19th and 20th c. Wales; Protestant nonconformity; 20th c. Protestant theology, esp. Karl Barth.
Dr. David Noy
Lecturer in Classics, p/t, Trinity St. David, Department of Classics
Research interests: Jews and other minorities in the Roman world; Roman social history; death in the ancient world; medieval Latin documents for local history.
Dr. Martin O'Kane
Sen. Lecturer, Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Old Testament; Biblical interpretation; Bible and the arts.
Dr. Mirjam Plantinga
Lecturer in Classics, Trinity St. David, Department of Classics
Research interests: Hellenistic poetry; epic poetry; Augustan poetry.
Dr. Robert Pope
Reader, Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Contemporary theology; religion and film; Protestant nonconformity.
Mr. James Richardson
Lecturer in Classics, Trinity St. David, Department of Classics
Research interests: The history and historiographical tradition of early Rome; Roman myths and legends.
Professor Keith G. Robbins
Hon. Prof. of History and Theol., Trinity St. David, University Administration
Research interests: British relations with 'Europe' since 1789; world history since 1945; 20th c. British Christianity.
Dr. Francisca Rumsey
Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Early medieval theology; history of monasticism; history of women in religion; history of liturgy.
Dr. Bettina E. Schmidt
Sen. Lecturer, Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Afro-America, including trans-Atlantic slave trade; Latin America and Caribbean history, culture and religions.
Dr. Jeremy W. Smith
Sen. Lecturer in History, Trinity St. David, Department of History
Research interests: Modern British history; Anglo-Irish relations in the 20th c.; the Ulster crisis, 1910-14; British Conservative party and politics.
Dr. Bryn Willcock
Lecturer in History, p/t, Trinity St. David, Department of History
Research interests: Cold War; war and peace; nuclear history; European integration and international security; 19th and 20th c. American history; American politics and popular culture.