Center for British Studies

CBS Faculty

This page provides the names, email addresses, and research interests of faculty, graduate students, visiting scholars, and others at UC Berkeley and area institutions affiliated with The Center for British Studies.
 


Replace the [at] with an @ symbol for the correct email address. 

Anthony Adamthwaite, Dept. of History (emeritus); EU and European international relations.
adamthwa [at] berkeley.edu

Mark Bevir, Dept. of Political Science; Director of the Center for British Studies; British intellectual history (especially political thought), and British politics and governance. 
mbevir [at] berkeley.edu

Terri Bimes, Dept. of Political Science; director of Anglo-American Studies Program
bimes [at] berkeley.edu

Thomas Brady, Dept. of History (emeritus); Early Modern Europe: Reformation Germany.
tabrady [at] berkeley.edu

Marianne Constable, Dept. of Rhetoric; Legal history, law and literature, law and social theory.
constable [at] berkeley.edu

James Davies, Dept. of Music
jqd [at] berkeley.edu

John A. Douglass, Senior Research Fellow - Public Policy and Higher Education; Center for Studies in Higher Education.
douglass [at] berkeley.edu

Ian Duncan, Dept. of English; the novel, British literature and culture 1740-1900, Scottish Enlightenment and Romanticism. 
iduncan [at] berkeley.edu

Eric Falci, Dept. of English; British and Irish poetry
efalci [at] berkeley.edu

Munis D. Faruqui, Dept. of South & Southeast Asian Studies; South Asian history
faruqui [at] berkeley.edu

Anne-Lise Francois, Dept. of English; 18th and 19th-century British literature
afrancoi [at] berkeley.edu

Catherine Gallagher, Dept. of English (emerita); 18th, 19th, 20th century British literature; literature and history of Empire; 
cgall [at] berkeley.edu

Kevis Goodman, Dept. of English; 18th century literature, Romanticism, Milton, Media Theory, representations of the Holocaust.
kgoodman [at] berkeley.edu

Jocelyne Guilbault, Dept. of Music
guilbault [at] berkeley.edu

Imogen Hart, Dept. of History of Art
imogenhart [at] berkeley.edu

Kinch Hoekstra, Dept. of Political Science; early modern political thought; Thomas Hobbes.
hoekstra [at] berkeley.edu

Elizabeth Honig, History of Art; Dutch and Flemish painting, prints, architecture and urban planning. Elizabethan painting and architecture. Gender and representation in Europe, c.1450-1700.
elizahonig [at] yahoo.com

Ernest B. Hook, School of Public Health; British medicine and science, Early modern England. 
ebhook [at] berkeley.edu

Abdul R. JanMohamed, Dept. of English
abduljm [at] berkeley.edu

Victoria Kahn, Dept. of English; English Renaissance Literature 1500-1660. Critical Theory.
vkahn [at] berkeley.edu

Alan Karras, International and Area Studies Teaching Program; British Caribbean, British Empire, Scottish migration. 
karras [at] berkeley.edu

Chris Kutz, School of Law
ckutz [at] law.berkeley.edu

Celeste Langan, Dept. of English; 19th century British literature. 
clangan [at] berkeley.edu

Thomas W. Laqueur, Dept. of History; 18th & 19th century Britain; cultural history. 
tlaqueur [at] berkeley.edu

Joseph Lavery, Dept. of English; Victorian literature and culture
josephlavery [at] berkeley.edu

Marc Levin, Former Associate Director, Institute of Governmental Studies; British politics and history. 
marcl [at] berkeley.edu

David Lieberman, Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program; 
History of political and social thought, English and Scottish legal history. 
dlieberman [at] law.berkeley.edu

Margaretta Lovell, Dept. of History of Art; British painting, architecture, decorative arts, city planning. 
mmlovell [at] berkeley.edu

Michael Mascuch, Dept. of Rhetoric; Early modern British culture and society. 
mascuch [at] berkeley.edu

Sarah Maxim, Vice-Chair, Center for Southeast Asia Studies;
maxims [at] berkeley.edu

Dan Melia, Rhetoric and Celtic Studies; Medieval narrative; orality; Celtic philology.
dmelia [at] berkeley.edu

Thomas Metcalf, Dept. of History (emeritus); history of the British Empire. 
tmetcalf [at] berkeley.edu

Kevin O’Brien, Dept. of Political Science
kobrien [at] berkeley.edu

Morton Paley, Dept. of English (emeritus); British literature; romanticism; millenarianism; literature and visual arts. 
mpaley [at] berkeley.edu

Mark Peterson, Dept. of History
mark-peterson [at] berkeley.edu

Joanna Picciotto, Dept. of English; Renaissance-Early Modern and 18th-century British literature
jpicciotto [at] berkeley.edu

Janet Sorensen, Dept. of English; 18th-century British literature
jsorensen [at] berkeley.edu

Gautam Premnath, Dept. of English; postcolonial studies and 20th century British literature.
gautam_premnath [at] berkeley.edu

Sheldon Rothblatt, Dept. of History (emeritus); comparative history of universities; Britain since 1688. 
srothbla [at] berkeley.edu

Michael Rubenstein, Dept. of English; 20th-Century British Literature. Postcolonial & World Literature. Narrative & the Novel.
mdru [at] berkeley.edu

Ethan Shagan, Dept. of History; Chair of the Department of History; early modern England; politics and religion.
shagan [at] berkeley.edu

Shannon Stimson, Dept. of Political Science Emerita; political and economic thought (18th through 20th centuries), Adam Smith.
stimson [at] berkeley.edu

Robert Tracy, Dept. of English (emeritus); Irish literature, including early material in the Irish language as well as Irish literature in English; Irish history and folklore; Victorian fiction, especially Dickens; Anglo- Russian literary relations.
rtracy [at] berkeley.edu

James Vernon, Dept. of History; 19th century British politics and culture; Empire; Imperial Britain and the problem of hunger
jvernon [at] berkeley.edu

J. Nicholas Ziegler, Dept. of Political Science Emeritus; Western European politics; comparative political ideologies; Germany. 
nziegler [at] berkeley.edu

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