Staff in the Department of History
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Dr Justin Bengry
Justin is a cultural historian of sexualities and the queer past focusing on twentieth-century Britain.
Dr George Bodie
George is a historian of contemporary Germany and the global Cold War
Dr Isabell Dahms
Isabell researches medical, philosophical and grassroots histories of sex, gender and sexuality.
Prof Dejan Djokić
Dejan researches political, social and cultural history of the Balkans and global history of the Cold War.
Dr Hannah Elias
Cultural historian of the twentieth century researching Black British histories, religion, media and public history.
Dr Christienna Fryar
Christienna is a historian of modern Britain, the British Empire, and the modern Caribbean.
Prof Richard Grayson
Richard’s research interests are in Irish history and the First World War, and the role of remembrance in society.
Dr Ariel Hessayon
Reader in early modern history
Dr Alexandra Lee
Alexandra is a medieval historian who focuses on the intersection between epidemic disease and popular religion.
Dr Máire MacNeill
Dr John Price
John is a social and cultural historian who takes a ‘People’s History’ approach to modern London and Britain.
Dr John Rees
John is researching his second book on the English Revolution of the 1640s, following The Leveller Revolution (Verso, 20
Dr Tarangini Sriraman
Tarangini's research interests lie at the intersection of social and medical history across the 19th and 20th centuries.
Dr Anastasia Stouraiti
Anastasia is a cultural historian of early modernity, researching the history of Venice and its Mediterranean empire
Dr Erica Wald
Erica’s research intersects the fields of imperial, social and medical history, with a focus on colonial India.
Prof Alexander Watson
Alexander’s current research looks at conflict and identity in East-Central Europe and the concept of total war.
Dr Kathryn Woods
My research interests are in the history of the body, early modern medicine, history of the student experience.
Dr Ronit Yoeli-Tlalim
Ronit's research has focussed on the transmission of medical ideas along the Silk-Roads, including Tibetan medicines.
Dr Nada Zečević
A historian of Southeastern Europe, focusing on migration, communication and exchange of the region’s historic societi
Professor Emerita Sally Alexander
Sally is working on the history of psychoanalysis in Britain, the history of feminism and social movements.
Professor Emeritus Damien Keown
Damien specialises in Buddhist ethics with particular reference to medicine and biotechnology.
Emeritus Professor David Killingray
David's interests are in nineteenth and twentieth century African and Caribbean history, and English local history.