Military and naval history

A new naval history
Davey, James; Colville, Quintin (2018) Manchester University Press, 9781526113801 Hardback £75
Eire, Carlos M. N. (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300240030 Paperback
Command of the Sea. William Pakenham and the Russo-Japanese Naval War 1904-1905
Barry, Quintin (2018) Helion & Company, 9781912390663 Paperback £29.95
Medical Services and Warfare Resource
Daddis, Gregory A. (2017) Oxford University Press, 9780190691080 Hardback £19.99
The role of the military within the imperial security policy of the British Isles during the reign of James VII and II.
Abbiss, Rachel, Ph.D. (2013), Chester (McLay, Keith A.J.) in progress
Theses in progress
Britain's lost revolution?
Szechi, Daniel (2017) Manchester University Press, 9781526106834 Paperback £29.99
Serving the empire in the Great War
Varnava, Andrekos (2017) Manchester University Press, 9781526103673 Hardback £75
From Jack Tar to Union Jack
Conley, Mary A. (2017) Manchester University Press, 9781526106674 Paperback £24.99
We are no longer in France
Drew, Allison (2017) Manchester University Press, 9781526106759 Paperback £19.99
The Battle Of Majuba Hill . The Transvaal Campaign, 1880–1881
Laband, John (2017) Helion & Company, 9781911512387 Paperback £21.95
Recycling the disabled
Perry, Heather R. (2017) Manchester University Press, 9781526106773 Paperback £24.99
The Budapest Operation (29 October 1944-13 February 1945). An Operational-Strategic Study
Soviet General Staff; Richard Harrison (translator) (2017) Helion & Company, 9781911512424 Hardback £45
The Bavarian Army During The Thirty Years War, 1618-1648. The Backbone Of The Catholic League'
Spring, Laurence (2017) Helion & Company, 9781911512394 Paperback £19.95
War and politics in the Elizabethan counties
Younger, Neil (2017) Manchester University Press, 9781526106681 Paperback £29.99
The Battle Of Kursk. Controversial And Neglected Aspects
Zamulin, Valeriy; Britton, Stuart (2017) Helion & Company, 9781911512370 Hardback £35
The strategic and tactical role of Cable and Wireless in the Second World War.
Oldcorn, Ben, Ph.D. (2011), Exeter (Leyshon, Catherine; Thomas, Nicola) in progress
Theses in progress
Dr. Christopher Price
York St. John, School of Arts
Research interests: Military, political and economic history in the 20th c., esp. UK and US.
Professor David Anderson
Prof. of African History, Warwick, Department of History
Research interests: African history and politics, political violence, civil conflict, security and war, esp. Eastern Africa and the Horn.
Dr. Gary Rivett
Lecturer, York St. John, School of Arts
Research interests: English Civil Wars; modern historiography; history of political engagement.
Dr. Patrick Doyle
Lecturer in U.S. History, London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Civil War-era America.
Dr. Tomas Irish
Lecturer in Mod. History, Swansea, Department of History and Classics
Research interests: Transnational history; cultural history; war and society in the 20th c..
Professor Janina Dill
Assoc. Prof. of Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations
Research interests: Armed conflict; international relations theory, esp. constructivism; international law.
Dr. Hannah Smith
Assoc. Prof., Oxford, St. Hilda's College
Research interests: Monarchy; army; pro-woman writers.
Professor Nicholas Rodger
Oxford, All Souls College
Research interests: British and world naval history, 600-2000.
Dr. David Parrott
Assoc. Prof., Oxford, New College
Research interests: Political, miltary and cultural history.
Dr. David Hopkin
Assoc. Prof., Oxford, Hertford College
Research interests: Rural and coastal societies; oral and visual culture; folklore; military and maritime history.
Professor Mark Harrison
Prof. of the History of Medicine, Oxford, Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine
Research interests: History of disease and medicine, especially in relation to the history of war and imperialism 17th-20th c.; history of medicine and British imperial expansion, $c$.1700-1850.
Dr. Adrian M. Gregory
Assoc. Prof., Oxford, Pembroke College
Research interests: Social and cultural history of early 20th c. Britain; World Wars I and II.
Professor Steven J. Gunn
Prof of Eaely Mod. History, Oxford, Merton College
Research interests: The councillors and courtiers of Henry VII; everyday life and accidental death in 16th c. England.