Find a research supervisor in early modern history

Staff in the Department of History who supervise PhD/MA by Research in the area of early modern history.

Professor Richard Cust

Professor Richard Cust

Emeritus Professor

Political and cultural history of late sixteenth and early seventeenth century England

Dr Tom Cutterham

Dr Tom Cutterham

Senior Lecturer in United States History

Power, politics, and ideas in Revolutionary America; commerce and finance in the Atlantic world.

Professor Elaine Fulton

Professor Elaine Fulton

Professor of History Education
Director of Education, College of Arts and Law

Early-modern Catholic reform, early-modern politics, man and environment in early-modern Europe

Dr Tara Hamling

Dr Tara Hamling

Reader in Early Modern Studies

Visual and material culture of early modern Britain, post-Reformation religious and cultural practices.

Professor Karen Harvey

Professor Karen Harvey

Professorial Fellow and Professor of Cultural History

  • The social and cultural history of eighteenth-century Britain 
  • The body, gender and sexuality
  • Letters and letter-writing

Dr Noah Millstone

Senior Lecturer

My primary research interests are in the history of politics, religion, and the book in early modern Britain and Europe, especially but not exclusively c1598-1660.

Dr Imogen Peck

Dr Imogen Peck

Assistant Professor in British History

I am a historian of memory and communities, with research expertise in local and family history, the social history of archives, and the mental afterlife of conflict. I am especially interested in the ways memory and the representation of the past shapes individual and collective identities, with a particular emphasis on the experiences of non-elite men and women. My first book, Recollection ...

Dr Manu Sehgal

Lecturer in South Asian History

Modern and contemporary history of South Asia and the political and social history of the British Empire.

Dr Margaret Small

Senior Lecturer in Europe and the Wider World

  • Early Modern conquest and colonisation (western Europe and Britain)
  • Renaissance and the classical tradition
  • History of geography
  • History of cartography

Dr Jonathan Willis

Dr Jonathan Willis

Associate Professor in Early Modern History

The English reformation, history and theology of late-medieval and early modern Europe.

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