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Editor: Professor Claire Langhamer (Director, Institute of Historical Research)

Deputy Editor: Vanessa Rockel ([email protected])

Members

Dr Stephen Baxter – King’s College London
Lecturer in Medieval History
Research interests: late Anglo-Saxon and early Norman England

Dr Richard Butterwick – School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies, University of London
Lecturer in History
Research interests: Polish history; political, intellectual, cultural and religious history of Europe (including Britain) in the eighteenth century

Dr Laura Gowing – King’s College London
Reader in Early Modern History
Research interests: early modern England; women’s history

Dr Zoe Laidlaw – Royal Holloway, University of London
Senior Lecturer in British Imperial History
Research interests: political, social and intellectual history of the nineteenth-century British Empire

Dr Angus Lockyer – School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Lecturer in the History of Japan
Research interests: modern Japanese history

Dr Stephen Lovell – King’s College London
Reader in Modern European History
Research interests: cultural and social history of 19th and 20th century Russia and communications in modern Europe

Dr N. Piers Ludlow – London School of Economics
Lecturer in International History
Research interests: history of European integration; post-1945 western Europe and the Cold War

Dr Helen McCarthy – Queen Mary, University of London
Lecturer in History
Research interests: late nineteenth/twentieth-century British history

Dr Sophie Page – University College London
Lecturer in Later Medieval History
Research interests: medieval magic and astrology

Professor Miri Rubin – Queen Mary, University of London
Professor of Medieval and Early Modern History
Research interests: social relations within the predominantly religious cultures of Europe between 1100-1600

Dr Kirsten Schulze – London School of Economics, University of London
Lecturer in International History
Research interests: Israeli politics; regional conflicts in Indonesia; Islamic groups; free Aceh movement (GAM); Arab-Israeli conflict; security sector reform; Indonesian politics and security; Israeli security; Aceh conflict; Middle East peace process

Dr Naoko Shimazu – Birkbeck, University of London
Reader in Japanese History
Research interests: Modern history of Japan, comparative history of Asia, world history, history of imperialism

Dr Adam I. P. Smith – University College London
Lecturer in American History
Research interests: nineteenth-century political history and Civil War period

Dr Sarah Stockwell – King’s College London
Lecturer in Later Modern History
Research interests: decolonization; West Africa

Dr Julian Swann – Birkbeck College, London
Lecturer in Early Modern European History
Research interests: Estates General of Burgundy, 1661–1790

Dr Jon Wilson – King’s College London
Lecturer in Later Modern History
Research interests: Imperial and Indian history in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries