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  Dr Grace Brockington
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in History of Art, Department of History of Art (Historical Studies)
Areas of expertise: My approach is interdisciplinary. My doctoral research into peace movements in the First World War developed into a study...
Keywords: art | pacifism | war art | British art | peace movements | internationalism | culture | education
  Professor Judith Bryce
Post(s): Emeritus Professor, Department of Italian
Senior Research Fellow in Italian, Department of Italian
Areas of expertise: My early research interests focused on mid-sixteenth-century Florentine cultural history, but I have also published on modern...
Keywords: culture | Florentine cultural history | Italian literature | Florence | gender | women
  Dr Natalia Gogolitsyna
Post(s): Language Teaching Associate, Department of Russian
Areas of expertise: I have a scholarly interest in the field of lexis and phraseology, with particular emphasis on non-equivalence, and I have...
Keywords: lexis | phraseology | non-equivalence | Russian | culture | cultural concepts | language usage
  Dr Silke Knippschild
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, Department of Classics & Ancient History
Areas of expertise: My main research interests lie in the field of intercultural relations and cross—cultural influences between Ancient Western...
Keywords: intercultural relations | culture | cross—cultural influences | art | ancient art
  Dr Ann Rippin
Post(s): Reader in Management, Department of Management
Areas of expertise: My research interests focus on aesthetics, gender and history in Management. I am greatly interested in research methodology,...
Keywords: aesthetics | gender | history in management | management | management research | culture | organisations | French feminist theory
  Professor Nicholas Saunders
Post(s): Emeritus Professor, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
Areas of expertise: 1) The Great Arab Revolt Archaeological Project (GARP) This involves survey and excavation of conflict landscapes, trenches,...
Keywords: excavation | conflict landscapes | culture | conflict | trench art | ethnicity | animal symbolism