History of the Family and of Emotions
Our researchers working in this area investigate individuals, families, communities and institutions from social, economic, gender and demographic perspectives in order to chart experience and change over time.
Our work focuses upon ideas, identities, language, emotions and material culture as ways of opening up past societies and cultures to scrutiny.
We work on topics as diverse as love and heartbreak, child welfare, families and parenting, masculinity, cleanliness and healthcare.
|Dr Sally Holloway||Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow in History & History of Artemail@example.com|
|Dr Alysa Levene||Reader and Interim Programme Lead for Philosophy, Criminology and Culturefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr Jane Stevens Crawshaw||Senior Lecturer in Early Modern European Historyemail@example.com|