Who we are

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This page contains details of our network members that are happy to feature publicly. If you carry out research in the field and would like to be added please get in touch.

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Network members

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This network is coordinated by Sara Caputo. Sara is Lumley Research Fellow at Magdalene College, University of Cambridge. She works on the history of eighteenth-century maritime communities and transnational migration.

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Mark Hailwood is a Lecturer in History at the University of Bristol. He is a social historian of England in the period c.1500-1750, with a particular interest in the relationship between historical change and the everyday lives of ordinary men and women.

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Colin Greenstreet is a director of the collaborative public history project MarineLives. His research interests centre on Early Modern social and economic history. He studied human sciences, and philosophy, politics and economics, at the University of Oxford, and was the recipient of a Kennedy scholarship for study at Harvard Business School. His career has been spent in finance, consulting, pharmaceutical research and development, and as an entrepreneur. 

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Brodie Waddell is a Senior Lecturer at Birkbeck, University of London. His interest in early modern literacies focuses on the writing practices of labouring people and on the writing and signing of petitions.

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Guillaume Coatalen is Senior Lecturer in early modern English literature at the University of Cergy-Pontoise. He works on Queen Elizabeth I’s letters in French and Petrarch’s sonnets in translation (forthcoming).

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