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Summary: Women and Gender History; U.S. History; African American History; The Harlem Renaissance; Black Theatre; Feminist Archives
Location: School of History, Michael Sadler
I welcome research students interested in any aspect of gender and race in nineteenth and twentieth century U.S. history and American studies including: Women and Gender History, history of feminism; Black Internationalism; Black Radicalism; the Harlem Renaissance; American Communism, the New Deal and Black Theatre history. I also supervise research projects on the history of women, gender and sexuality in Britain and the history of feminist archives.
Owen Walsh: 2016- "Coloured Cosmopolitanism on the Pacific Coast, 1918-1941."
George Francis-Kelly: 2016- "The Rodney King Riots and the Development of Black Activism in Los Angeles, 1978-1996."
Frankie Harding: 2016- "The British Black Power movement: A Documented and Oral History."
Lauren McCarthy: Recovering a Black American Tradition of Animal Advocacy
Danielle Sprecher: Fashion for the High Street: The Design and Making of Menswear in Leeds 1945-1980. (completed 2017)
Gina Denton: Motherhood and Protest in the United States, 1960-1989 (Completed 2015: Gina is now a Lecturer in American History at the University of Leeds)
Tom Davies: Black and White Politics -The Federal Government and Black Power, 1960-1972 (completed 2014: Tom is now a lecturer at the University of Sussex)
Jonathan Wright: Farmers to the Front: Benjamin Tillman and the South Carolina Farmers' Movement (Completed 2014)
Daylin Myers: "The Development of a Religious Identity in Women of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Leeds and Chorley," (completed 2013)
Say Burgin: White Anti-Racism Organising in 1960s and 70s U.S. Social Movements (completed 2013: Say is now an Assistant Professor of History at Dickinson College, PA)
Julio Decker: The Immigration Restriction League and the Political Regulation of Immigration, 1894-1924 (completed 2012: Julio is now a Lecturer in U.S. History at Bristol University)
Nicholas Grant: African Americans, Gender and the Global networks of Black Self-Determination, 1940-1960 (completed 2012: Nick is now a Lecturer in American Studies at the University of East Anglia)