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PGR Students in the Global History and Culture Centre

Members of the Global History and Culture Centre welcome expressions of interest in pursuing research degrees at the University of Warwick Department of History. Current research students supervised by members of the Global History and Culture Centre are listed below; students who recently completed their research degrees are found under Alumni.

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Bowman, Jack

Jack Bowman

Thesis: Colonial and Coloured Unity": A Global History of Anti-colonial Print, 1930-1970.

Supervised by Prof Dan Branch and Dr James Poskett

C

Chen, Qiuyang

Qiuyang Chen

Thesis: Women and Private Credit: Southeast Coastal China in the 1970s and 1980s.’

Supervised by Dr Song-Chuan Chen and Dr Laura Schwartz

D

Dennett, Hannah

Hannah Dennett

Funded by Midlands4Cities

Supervised by Prof Maxine Berg and Prof Rebecca Earle

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Gomez Baeza, Nicolas

 

Nicolas Gomez Baeza

PhD Student in the Global History and Culture Centre
Supervised by Dr Camillia Cowling and Dr Robert Fletcher
Thesis: Gringos Duros: Transnational British Managements of Labour Discipline in Sheep Farming Industry (Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, 1837 - c. 1950).

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He Cheng

Cheng HE

PhD student in Global History and Culture Centre

Supervised by Anne Gerritsen

M

Molenaar, Sander
SMolenaar

Sander Molenaar

PhD Student in the Global History and Culture Centre
Supervised by Prof Anne Gerritsen

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Ni Leiyun

Leiyun NI

PhD student, Global History and Culture Centre

Supervised by Anne Gerritsen and Chen Song-chuan

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Quinn, Serin

Serin Quinn

Love and Gold: A Comparative History of the Tomato in England and Italy, 1500-1800

Funded by Midlands4Cities and supervised by Prof Rebecca Earle and Prof Beat Kümin

R

Reyes Baztán, Maria

Maria Reyes Baztán

Thesis: 'Anti-colonial imagination and internationalism in Basque radical nationalism (1892-1939)'

Supervised by Professor Rebecca Earle and Dr Anna Ross

Rudra, Shalini

Shalini Rudra

PhD in Global History and Culture Centre

Supervised by Sarah Hodges

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Tam, Bobby

Bobby Tam

Supervised by Dr. Song-Chuan Chen and Dr. Robert Fletcher

Thesis: Emotions of Death in Nineteenth-Century British Colonial China

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Winter, Holly

Holly Winter
 

Ms Holly Winter

PhD Student in the Global History and Culture Centre

Thesis: Militaristic Masculinity, Material Culture and the Armies in India
Supervised by Prof Maxine Berg and Prof Rebecca Earle