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Staff and related research

Professor Sarah Ansari, expert in the history of South Asia in the twentieth century and women's lives in India and Pakistan.

Professor Sandra Cavallo, works on the social and cultural history of early modern Italy, focusing in particular on the 16th and 17th centuries. Her research interests lie at the crossroad between the history of medicine and the body and the history of gender and the family.

Dr. Dawn-Marie Gibson, Lecturer in Twentieth-Century American History, is working on a co-authored book titled, ‘Women of the Nation: Between Black Protest and Orthodox Islam’ which is due to be published by New York University Press in late 2013. She co-convenes the Gender and History in the Americas Seminar Series at the Institute of Historical Research.

Dr. Jane Hamlett, Reader in Modern British History, has worked on the history of Royal Holloway College and Holloway Sanatorium and has published on student rooms belonging to female Holloway students in the late nineteenth century.

Dr. Stella Moss, Lecturer is currently working on a monograph, based on her doctoral thesis, about women’s drinking in the English public house, 1914-39.

Dr. Anna Whitelock, Reader in Early Modern History, is an expert on Tudor Queenship and has published extensively on Mary Tudor. Her new book, on Elizabeth, will be out in 2013.

Dr. Alex Windscheffel, Senior Lecturer, is working on bankruptcy in Victorian Britain, including the challenge this posed to contemporary ideals of masculinity.

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