History Research Group Overview
The History Research Group is composed of a range of leading academics working in specialist fields including migration, Anglo-Jewry, minorities and sport, south east European history, the history of India and Pakistan and the recent agrarian history of Britain. The group have collectively published numerous books and articles and have also attracted a wide range of funding. They can offer supervision in a wide range of topics from the medieval Indian Ocean to the contemporary successor states of Yugoslavia, as well as racism and Jews in modern Britain and Germany and migratory movements throughout much of the modern world.
The History Research Group at De Montfort University invites applications to the Midlands 3 Cities Doctoral Training Partnership from UK and EU students.
Members of the History Research Group and their research interests are listed below:
- Dr Dave Dee
Anglo-Jewish history; the relationship between sport and ethnicity.
- Dr John Martin
The history of British agriculture during the twentieth century.
- Dr Elizabeth Lambourne
Mobility of people, things and ideas across Islamic South Asia and the Indian Ocean world in the medieval and early modern periods.
- Dr Kenneth Morrison
The history and politics of Yugoslavia and its successor states.
- Professor Panikos Panayi
The history of immigration and interethnic relations; the history of food; the First World War.
- Dr Pippa Virdee
The history of population displacement in south Asia; the history of Pakistan.
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