Mark Condos is a historian interested in the intersections between violence, race, and law within the British and French Empires, with a particular focus on India and Algeria.
He completed bo
William Dalrymple was born in Scotland in 1965, and brought up on the shores of the Firth of Forth. He was educated at Ampleforth and Trinity College, Cambridge where he was first History Exhibitio
Somaditya (Soma) Banerjee has a bachelors and masters in physics, completed graduate work in history of science and technology from the University of Minnesota and finally earned his doctorate in h
Robert J Topinka
My areas of expertise are in technology, the city, transnationalism, postcolonialism, and race. I examine the ways in which media and technology affect everyday life and urban governance.
David Howarth is Emeritus Professor at Edinburgh University and a former curator at the National Trust. He is the author of Lord Arundel and His Circle, Images of Rule and The Invention of Spain
I am a historian of French empire, specializing in the history of French India in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. My first book, titled A Colonial Affair: Commerce, Conversion, and Scandal
Michael Christopher Low
Michael Christopher Low’s primary research interests include the late Ottoman Empire, the Arabian Peninsula, the Indian Ocean World, and Environmental History. He received his Ph.D. from Columbia U
I am a historian of British Imperialism and Modern South Asia, with research and teaching interests in histories of colonial science and medicine, South Asia, and (more recently) colonial Christian
Alastair Lamb graduated from the University of Cambridge. He worked in the early 1960s in the Public Record Office and India Office Library in London.
Later, he taught at the University
Ashley L Cohen
I'm assistant professor of English at the University of Southern California.
I work at the intersection of eighteenth-century, postcolonial, and South Asia studies. My first monograph, The Gl
Thomas Simpson's research lies at the intersection of imperial history, the history of South Asia (and its borderlands), the history of science, environmental history, and historical geography. It
My interests range over intellectual history, colonialism, political economy, agrarian studies, science studies, and governance. My doctoral work consisted of historical investigations into connect
Dr. Ilhan Niaz is Associate Professor of History at the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan. He received PhD in history in 2009 and M.A. in history in 2004 from the Quaid-i-Azam Univ
Yann Béliard is a Senior Lecturer in British studies at the Sorbonne Nouvelle University, France. His PhD, completed in 2007 under the supervision of the late François Poirier, dealt with class rel
Douglas E Delaney
A retired infantry officer with more than twenty-seven years of service in the Canadian Armed Forces, his military career began when he entered Royal Roads Military College at Victoria, British Col
Monica Prasad's areas of interest are political sociology, economic sociology, and comparative historical sociology. She has written three award-winning books using comparative and historical metho
Matthew Desmond is Maurice P. During Professor of Sociology and Principal Investigator of The Eviction Lab. After receiving his Ph.D. in 2010 from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, he joined
Peter J Marina
Dr. Peter Marina, a New Orleans native, is a PhD graduate of the New School for Social Research in Manhattan, and author of Down and Out in New Orleans: Transgressive Living in the Informal Economy
?Ray is an award winning author and sociologist. She is currently Associate Professor of Sociology and Maxine Baca-Zinn Endowed Chair at the University of New Mexico.
Ray researches, writes,
During her three decades as a staff writer at The Washington Post, Amy Goldstein’s journalism has taken her from homeless shelters to Air Force One. She relishes a good breaking news story as much