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NHP Editorial Board

The New Historical Perspectives editorial board includes historians with a wide range of specialisms and research interests.

Board members work closely with authors during preparation of the final manuscript.

NHP editorial board and series editors

The NHP editorial board covers a wide range of research areas. Proposals are reviewed by the board before being sent for external peer review. Accepted authors are assigned a contact person from the board to help with preparation of the manuscript and the author workshop.

Series co-editors: Heather Shore (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Jane Winters (School of Advanced Study, University of London)

Founding co-editors: Simon Newman (University of Glasgow) and Penny Summerfield (University of Manchester)

Charlotte Alston (Northumbria University): late 19th and early 20th century international/transnational history, Russian-Western relations, Russian Revolution, World War I.

David Andress (University of Portsmouth): France, Britain and Europe in late-18th and early 19th centuries, French Revolution, French Empire and French global interactions, 1750 to 1850.

Philip Carter (Institute of Historical Research, University of London): early modern British social history, gender history, history of publishing, digital history.

Ian Forrest (University of Oxford): social, religious and economic history of Europe between 1200 and 1500, heresy and inquisition, social life and social regulation, power.

Leigh Gardner (London School of Economics): economic and social history of sub-Saharan Africa in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Tim Harper (University of Cambridge): modern Southeast Asian and world history.

Guy Rowlands (University of St. Andrews): early modern Europe, especially political history and the history of war and international relations across the globe.

Alec Ryrie (Durham University): Religious history, Protestant Reformation in Europe, particularly England and Scotland.

Richard Toye (University of Exeter): late-19th to 20th century Britain, politics and economics

Natalie Zacek (University of Manchester): 17th to 19th century Americas and Atlantic World, ethnicity, gender and sexuality, political culture, practices of elite hegemony, slavery, race and settler colonialism.