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  • Professor Mercedes Camino

    Professor Mercedes Camino

    Cross-cultural voyages of exploration, Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-century Literature and Culture (especially women writers), Early Modern Colonialism, History of Cartography, Spanish and European Film and Media Studies, Memory Studies. ... Read more»
  • Dr Agata Fijalkowski

    Dr Agata Fijalkowski

    One of my main research interests is in transitional criminal justice in post-dictatorial and post-conflict states. I have co-edited a collection on this topic with Dr Raluca Grosescu for Intersentia's Series on Transitional Justice (forthcoming, 2014). I have been successful in obtaining funding fo... Read more»
  • Dr Patrick Hagopian

    Dr Patrick Hagopian

    Patrick Hagopian's research interests are in American memory: the representation of the past in museums and public monuments, popular expressions of the past in oral histories, and the intersection between individual memory and communal representations of the past. His book titled The Vietnam Wa... Read more»
  • Dr Sossie Kasbarian

    Dr Sossie Kasbarian

    My research interests and publications broadly span Diaspora studies; contemporary Middle East politics and society; nationalism, identity and ethnicity; minority communities in the Middle East.     ... Read more»
  • Dr Corinna Peniston-Bird

    Dr Corinna Peniston-Bird

    Corinna Peniston-Bird's work on oral testimonies is centred on the relationship between memories and cultural representations. She is currently working on gendered commemoration, with a particular focus on British war memorials. Her interest in untraditional source materials has recently been reflec... Read more»
  • Dr John Strachan

    Dr John Strachan

    I studied and taught at the universities of Warwick (1997-2002) and Manchester (2002-2007) before joining Lancaster in September 2007. I served on the steering committee of the Society for the Study of French History (2004-2014) and am a core member and formerly research events co-ordinator (2008-20... Read more»
  • Professor David Sugarman

    Professor David Sugarman

    EDUCATION Having gained an undergraduate law degree (LLB) at Hull University, he completed graduate work in law at Cambridge University as a William Senior Scholar in Comparative Law (LLM and Diploma in Comparative Legal Studies), and Harvard Law School (LLM), where he was awarded a doctorate (SJD).... Read more»
  • Dr John Welshman

    Dr John Welshman

    John Welshman's research interests are at the interface of contemporary history, social policy, and public health. He was a member of the Wellcome Trust's History of Medicine Funding Committee (2006-09), and his current work falls into five main areas: · the use of autobiographical material in the w... Read more»
  • Professor Ruth Wodak

    Professor Ruth Wodak

    Ruth is Distinguished Professor and Chair in Discourse Studies at Lancaster University since 2004, having previously held a chair at the University Vienna. During Terms 2 and 3 in 2013/2014, she is teaching at Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.) as the Royden B. Davis, S.J., Chair in Interdisci... Read more»

  • Professor Mercedes Camino

    Professor Mercedes Camino

    Cross-cultural voyages of exploration, Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-century Literature and Culture (especially women writers), Early Modern Colonialism, History of Cartography, Spanish and European Film and Media Studies, Memory Studies. ... Read more»
  • Dr Agata Fijalkowski

    Dr Agata Fijalkowski

    One of my main research interests is in transitional criminal justice in post-dictatorial and post-conflict states. I have co-edited a collection on this topic with Dr Raluca Grosescu for Intersentia's Series on Transitional Justice (forthcoming, 2014). I have been successful in obtaining funding fo... Read more»
  • Dr Patrick Hagopian

    Dr Patrick Hagopian

    Patrick Hagopian's research interests are in American memory: the representation of the past in museums and public monuments, popular expressions of the past in oral histories, and the intersection between individual memory and communal representations of the past. His book titled The Vietnam Wa... Read more»
  • Dr Sossie Kasbarian

    Dr Sossie Kasbarian

    My research interests and publications broadly span Diaspora studies; contemporary Middle East politics and society; nationalism, identity and ethnicity; minority communities in the Middle East.     ... Read more»
  • Dr Corinna Peniston-Bird

    Dr Corinna Peniston-Bird

    Corinna Peniston-Bird's work on oral testimonies is centred on the relationship between memories and cultural representations. She is currently working on gendered commemoration, with a particular focus on British war memorials. Her interest in untraditional source materials has recently been reflec... Read more»
  • Dr John Strachan

    Dr John Strachan

    I studied and taught at the universities of Warwick (1997-2002) and Manchester (2002-2007) before joining Lancaster in September 2007. I served on the steering committee of the Society for the Study of French History (2004-2014) and am a core member and formerly research events co-ordinator (2008-20... Read more»
  • Professor David Sugarman

    Professor David Sugarman

    EDUCATION Having gained an undergraduate law degree (LLB) at Hull University, he completed graduate work in law at Cambridge University as a William Senior Scholar in Comparative Law (LLM and Diploma in Comparative Legal Studies), and Harvard Law School (LLM), where he was awarded a doctorate (SJD).... Read more»
  • Dr John Welshman

    Dr John Welshman

    John Welshman's research interests are at the interface of contemporary history, social policy, and public health. He was a member of the Wellcome Trust's History of Medicine Funding Committee (2006-09), and his current work falls into five main areas: · the use of autobiographical material in the w... Read more»
  • Professor Ruth Wodak

    Professor Ruth Wodak

    Ruth is Distinguished Professor and Chair in Discourse Studies at Lancaster University since 2004, having previously held a chair at the University Vienna. During Terms 2 and 3 in 2013/2014, she is teaching at Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.) as the Royden B. Davis, S.J., Chair in Interdisci... Read more»
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