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Staff research interests

Following is a quick summary of our staff research interests. Please see our staff pages for detailed information on staff research interests.

American History

  • Professor Joanna Bourke: Modern British, Irish and American history; social, gender and military history
  • Dr Julia Laite: Modern British History, Gender and Sexuality, Migration
  • Dr Brodie Waddell: British history, c. 1550-1750, especially social change, economic life, popular culture and popular politics

Ancient History

Archaeology

  • Dr Jennifer Baird: Roman archaeology, especially the eastern provinces; ancient houses; history of archaeology
  • Dr Caroline Goodson: Medieval Archaeology, Medieval history, architecture, and archaeology, in particular Southern Italy in the early middle ages
  • Dr Lesley McFadyen: Architecture in prehistory, and the history of ideas between archaeology and architecture
  • Dr Caspar Meyer: Greek art and archaeology
  • Dr Tim Reynolds: Middle and Upper Palaeolithic human behaviour; human evolution; lithic technology; post-Pleistocene adaptations


Asian History

British History

  • Professor Joanna Bourke: Modern British, Irish and American history; social, gender and military history
  • Dr Sean Brady: British and Irish history
  • Professor Matt Cook: gender and sexuality history; London history; modern British social and cultural history
  • Professor David Feldman: British social and political history since the 18th century
  • Professor Vanessa Harding: British social and economic history, 14th-17th centuries; history of London; health and the family; death
  • Dr Julia Laite: Modern British History, Gender and Sexuality, Migration
  • Dr Carmen Mangion: Social and cultural history of gender, religion, philanthropy and medicine in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain and Ireland.

Classical Archaeology

  • Dr Jennifer Baird: Roman archaeology, especially the eastern provinces; ancient houses; history of archaeology
  • Dr Serafina Cuomo: Greek and Roman history, mathematics and technology
  • Dr Caroline Goodson: Medieval Archaeology, Medieval history, architecture, and archaeology, in particular Southern Italy in the early middle ages
  • Dr Caspar Meyer: Greek art and archaeology

Contemporary History and Politics

Early Modern History

European History

Gender studies

  • Professor Joanna Bourke: Modern British and Irish history; social, gender and military history
  • Dr Sean Brady: British and Irish history
  • Professor Matt Cook: gender and sexuality history; London history; modern British social and cultural history
  • Dr Julia Laite: Modern British History, Gender and Sexuality, Migration
  • Dr Carmen Mangion: Social and cultural history of gender, religion, philanthropy and medicine in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain and Ireland.

History of Ideas

Irish History

  • Professor Joanna Bourke: Modern British, Irish and American history; social, gender and military history
  • Dr Sean Brady: British and Irish history
  • Dr Carmen Mangion: Social and cultural history of gender, religion, philanthropy and medicine in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain and Ireland.



London History

  • Professor Matt Cook: gender and sexuality history; London history; modern British social and cultural history
  • Professor David Feldman: British social and political history since the 18th century
  • Professor Vanessa Harding: British social and economic history, 14th-17th centuries; history of London; health and the family; death
  • Dr Julia Laite: Modern British History, Gender and Sexuality, Migration
  • Dr Carmen Mangion: Social and cultural history of gender, religion, philanthropy and medicine in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain and Ireland.
  • Dr Jan Rueger: Britain, Germany and Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries
  • Professor Frank Trentmann: Consumption; political culture; modern Britain; transnational history
  • Professor Jerry White: The interrelation between London – as a physical, social, cultural and political construct – and the lives of the people who live there
  • Mike Berlin: Social History of Early Modern London

History of Medicine and Science

  • Professor Joanna Bourke: Modern British, Irish and American history; social, gender and military history
  • Professor Vanessa Harding: British social and economic history, 14th-17th centuries; history of London; health and the family; death
  • Professor John Henderson: Italian Renaissance and Early Modern European History: cultural, social and medical history; history of epidemic diseases
  • Dr Carmen Mangion: Social and cultural history of gender, religion, philanthropy and medicine in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain and Ireland.

Medieval History

  • Dr Rebecca Darley: Byzantine history, Late Antiquity, economic history
  • Dr Caroline Goodson: Medieval Archaeology, Medieval history, architecture, and archaeology, in particular Southern Italy in the early middle ages
  • Professor Vanessa Harding: British social and economic history, 14th-17th centuries; history of London; health and the family; death
  • Professor Matthew Innes: Medieval history, particularly the society, politics and culture of medieval Europe and England, 700-1100

World History


 

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