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MICHAEL BROERS
Professor Emeritus
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
(Napoleon and Napoleonic Europe; Italian, Spanish and Comparative European History)

 

LAURENCE COLE
University Professor for Austrian History
Paris Lodron University Salzburg, Austria
(Central European History; Habsburg Empire)

 

COLWILLELIZABETH
Associate Professor

University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, United States
(Revolution of the Atlantic world, history of slavery, gender history)

 

THOMAS W. DODMAN
Associate Professor of French
Columbia University, United States
(Modern France and French Empire; cultural and intellectual history; history and literature; emotions, medical humanities)

 

MARCELA ECHEVERRI MUNOZ
Associate Professor

Yale University, United States
(History of gender and nationalism; Spanish empire and Atlantic world; Revolutionary Age, race and ethnicity; slavery and abolition; twentieth-century Latin American social thought)

 

BEATRICE DE GRAAF
Professor
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
(History of security, (counter)terrorism and international relations, 19th century to present)

 

JANET HARTLEY
Professor Emeritus
London School of Economics, United Kingdom
(History of the Russian Empire) 

 

KEVIN LINCH
Associate Professor of Modern History

University of Leeds, United Kingdom
(War, society, and culture in Britain 1688-1840; Britain’s armed forces; conflicts in the eighteenth century, especially the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars)

 

RENAUD MORIEUX

Professor of European History and Fellow of Pembroke College
University of Cambridge
(Transnational history, with a particular focus on Britain, France and their empires in the 18th and 19th century)