Dr Sarah Richardson
In addition to her teaching and research responsibilities, Sarah Richardson's role as the HEA's Subject Director for History focused on strategic issues and she represented the discipline at a national level. In addition, she led on the central issue of scholarship of teaching and learning and pedagogical research, as well as issues concerning Bologna, assessment, plagiarism, and the RAE/REF.
Sarah Richardson's research is in the field of modern political and gender hsitory, particularly women and political culture in late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Britain.
Sarah won a Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence in 2006, and her interest in e-learning is reflected in her role as a founder member of the Association for History and Computing. On this subject Sarah co-authored Using Computers in History (2005), designed to help students of history make the most of the tools readily available to them. She was also involved in the steering group of the Teaching and Learning Technology Project (Phase 3) and of the Courseware in History Consortium.
Please see Sarah's department staff page on the University of Warwick website for further details of her academic profile and bibliography.