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Alexandra Lewis

Trauma and the novel

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies

Andrew Laird

Renaissance Europe and Spanish America

University of Warwick, Classics and Ancient History

Ann Caesar

early modern Italy

University of Warwick, Italian Department

Anne Gerritsen

China, procelain and global interactions

University of Warwick, History Department

Beat Kumin

early modern Europe, esp drinking cultures

University of Warwick, History Department

Bernard Capp

Early Modern England

University of Warwick, History Department

Catherine Bates

Literature and culture of the Renaissance period, especially courtly poetry of the sixteenth-century; psychoanalysis; the epic tradition

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies

David Lines

Renaissance Italy

University of Warwick, Italian

David O'Shaughnessy

Godwin, Ireland and eighteenth century theatre

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies

Elizabeth Clarke

early modern literature

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies

Emma Mason

Poetry 1740-present; religion/bible and literature; theories of affect and emotion.

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies

Femke Molekamp

Women's reading practices

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies

Giorgio Riello

material culture in global perspective

University of Warwick, History Deprtment

Humfrey Butters

Medieval and Early modern Italy esp political thought

University of Warwick, History Department

Ingrid de Smet

early modern French writing

University of Warwick, French Studies

Jackie Labbe

Poetry and prose of the Romantic period and nineteenth-century children's literature, and cover issues of gender, subjectivity, genre, and form.

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies

Jim Davis

Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British theatre

University of Warwick, Theatre and Performance Studies

Jon Mee

Culture and politics in the long romantic period (1760-1832); social romanticism, especially in relation to clubs and societies as a field of literary production; space into place in romantic period London; gender and sociability in the Romantic period; British popular radicalism in the 1790s, especially in relation to politics, print and sociability.

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies

Jonathan Davies

early modern Italy esp violence

University of Warwick, History Department

Kate Astbury

Eighteenth-century French Literature

University of Warwick, French Studies

Keith Wrightson

Yale University, History

Louise Bourdua

Renaissance art

University of Warwick, History of Art

Margaret Shewring

Renaissance theatre and pageants

University of Warwick, Theatre and Performance Studies

Margot Finn

credit/debt and colonial families

University of Warwick, History Department

Mark Greengrass

early modern France

The University of Sheffield, History Department

Mark Knights

early modern Britain esp political culture

University of Warwick, History Department

Maxine Berg

Global trade

University of Warwick, History Department

Paul Prescott

Shakespeare and theatre history

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies

Paul Raffield

history of law; law and literature

University of Warwick, School of Law

Penny Roberts

early modern Europe esp France

University of Warwick, History Department

Peter Marshall

early modern England, esp religious culture

University of Warwick, History Department

Rosa Salzberg

early modern Italy esp print culture

University of Warwick, History Department

Rosie Dias

Eighteenth-century art

University of Warwick, History of Art

Simon Gilson

Dante and Renaissance Italy

University of Warwick, Italian

Stephen Houlgate

Spinoza, Kant, Hegel

University of Warwick, Philosophy

Steve Shapiro

transatlantic culture; Brockden Brown

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies

Teresa Grant

Medieval and Renaissance drama, especially issues surrounding staging, and in Renaissance literature and culture.

University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies