Staff Profiles

Histories of Activism

ADSS Charlotte Alston Staffprofile 100Dr Charlotte Alston
Senior Lecturer in History; Postgraduate Research Lead in History
Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Practice, University of Ulster, 2009; PhD History, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2004; MLitt History, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2000; BA Hons History, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1999
Charlotte is Senior Lecturer in History in the Department of Humanities. She joined Northumbria University in 2009. Between 2006-2009 she was a lecturer in history at the University of Ulster, in Northern... more>>

ADSS Michael Patrick Cullinane Staffprofile 100Dr Michael Patrick Cullinane
Senior Lecturer in History Director of Distance Learning
PhD, University College Cork, 2010 MA, University College Cork, 2006 BA, University College Cork, 2002
Born and raised in New Jersey, Michael has studied American foreign policy and transatlantic relations since 2001. He has taught and researched at University College Cork (National University of Ireland)... more>>

ADSS Prof Sylvia Ellis Facultystaff 100Professor Sylvia Ellis
Professor of International History
PhD, University of Newcastle, 1999 MA, University of Rhode Island, 1992 BA (Hons), University of Newcastle,1989
Sylvia studied for her undergraduate History degree at the University of Newcastle, then moved to the United States to complete an MA in American History at the University of Rhode Island in 1992. She returned... more>>

ADSS Joe Hardwick Staffprofile 100Joe Hardwick
Lecturer in History
PhD in History, University of York, 2009, MA in American Studies, Michigan State University, 2003 BA (Hons), University of Liverpool, 2001
After receiving his first degree at the University of Liverpool in 2001, Joe spent two years in the United Stated studying for an MA in American Studies at Michigan State University. After completing research... more>>

ADSS Daniellaqua Facultystaff 100Dr Daniel Laqua
Senior Lecturer in History, Programme Leader for History & Politics, Departmental ERASMUS Coordinator
PhD in History, University College London (UCL), 2009 M.St. in Modern History, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, 2003, BA (Hons) in History, Wadham College, University of Oxford, 2002
Before joining Northumbria University in September 2009, Daniel taught at University College London (UCL), where he had previously conducted his doctoral research. Daniel’s teaching covers the history of... more>>

ADSS Tomlawson Facultystaff 100Professor Tom Lawson
Professor in History PhD, University of Southampton, 2001 MA, University of Durham, 1998 BA, University of York, 1996
Tom studied at the Universities of York, Durham and Southampton. After completing a PhD he was appointed as Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Winchester in 2002. At Winchester he served as... more>>

ADSS Nicolerobertson Facultystaff 100Dr Nicole Robertson
Senior Lecturer in History
PhD History, University of Nottingham, 2006 MA Modern History, University of Nottingham, 2002 BA (Hons) History, University of Nottingham, 2001
Nicole studied at the University of Nottingham for her undergraduate degree in History. She then received funding to complete an MA in Modern History and a PhD, both at the University of Nottingham. She... more>>

ADSS Joestreet Facultystaff 100Dr Joe Street
Senior Lecturer in History; Programme Leader in American Studies PGCHE, University of Kent, 2007 PhD, University of Sheffield, 2004 MA, University of Sheffield, 1999 BA History, University of Sheffield, 1996
Joe Street was educated at Sheffield University between 1996 and 2004. Between 2003 and 2005 he lectured in American History at Sheffield before moving to the University of Kent to take up a Lectureship... more>>

ADSS Tony Websterla Facultystaff 100Professor Tony Webster
Professor in History
Bachelor of Social Science; Cert Ed; Inspector of Taxes FT2; PhD
A native of Wigan in the North West of England, Tony Webster is a Professor in History. He was previously Head of History at Edge Hill University, then Head of Humanities at the University of Central Lancashire,... more>>

 

 

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