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Professor Dominic Janes

Humanities (History)

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/humanities/study/history/ourpeople/dominicjanes/

Specialist Areas: Modern history, gender and sexuality in Georgian Britain and Victorian Britain, male secrecy and homosexual visibility in Britain.

Dr Lena Liapi

Humanities (History)

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/people/lenaliapi/

Specialist Areas: Popular culture, print culture, representations of deviance, rhetoric, and material studies. Historiography and theoretical approaches to history.

Dr Shalini Sharma

Humanities (History)

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Research Institute: School of Humanities

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/humanities/study/history/ourpeople/shalinisharma/

Specialist Areas: Colonial history, post colonial history, the effects of empire on the politics of South Asia, India, Indian politics, imperialism, history

Professor Malcolm Crook

Humanities (History)

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Research Institute: School of Humanities

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/people/malcolmcrook/

Specialist Areas: Emeritus Professor of French History, Revolution, Napoleon, voting in France, wider history of voting.

Professor David Amigoni

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/vco/provice-chancellors/researchandenterprise/

Specialist Areas: English, history, Victorian literature, language, culture, arts, Victorian period, Stoke, theatre, ageing, creativity, literary, research, Darwin, science, author, City of Culture, humanities, Keele University, community, research, enterprise, sociology.

Dr Ian Atherton

Humanities (History)

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/people/ianatherton/

Specialist Areas: Tudor and Stuart Britain, English civil war; the history of cathedrals from 1500; the commemoration of warfare and the local history of Staffordshire.

Dr Ben Anderson

Humanities (History)

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Research Institute: Humanities and Social Sciences

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/people/benanderson/

Specialist Areas: Modern European History (Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary), Mountaineering, outdoors leisure, Conservation, Environmental History, Urban History.

Dr Nicholas Seager

Humanities (English)

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/nicholasseager/

Specialist Areas: Eighteenth-century literature, the novel, British history 1660-1830, religious history, political history, nonconformity/dissent, correspondence, satire, poetry, manuscripts, history of the book, Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe, Jonathan Swift, Samuel Johnson, Jane Austen.

Professor Aristotle Kallis

Humanities (History)

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/people/aristotlekallis/

Specialist Areas: Fascism, extremism, far right, architecture, modernism, urban planning, populism, Islamophobia, mass violence, genocide, housing, and sustainable urbanism.

Dr Philip Morgan

Humanities (History)

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/people/philipmorgan/

Specialist Areas: Medieval history, warfare, social rank, Staffordshire and Cheshire local history, public history.

Dr Andrew Sargent

Humanities (History)

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/people/andrewsargent/

Specialist Areas: Early medieval history, the origins and developments of early medieval landscapes, and archaeology of the diocese of Lichfield and the cult of its patron saint, St Chad.

Dr Siobhan Talbott

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/people/siobhantalbott/

Specialist Areas: Economic and social historian of Britain and the Atlantic World. The ways in which wars and other political conflict affected trade routes and international commerce, primarily examining the construction of commercial networks and the interaction between early modern economies and societies.