Steering Committee

The Steering Committee (formalised in 1992) consists of up to 30 elected members, together with one postgraduate representative, up to two co-opted members, and representatives of the Historical Association and the Royal Historical Society. The Steering Committee endeavours to represent all sectors of HE (Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, and Colleges and Institutes of HE).

The current members are as follows (date of election in parenthesis):

 

Ex officio:

Economic History Society:

Dr Karin Dannehl (Wolverhampton, 2014): website

ECR representative:

Simon Peplow (Warwick, 2017): website

History Lab+ representative:

Sarah Holland (Nottingham): website

 

Elected members 

  1. Ruth Atherton (South Wales, 2020): website
  2. Ross Balzaretti (Nottingham, 2020): website
  3. Sara Barker (Leeds, 2019): website
  4. Leanne Calvert (Hertfordshire, 2020): website
  5. Sarah Crook (Swansea, 2021): website
  6. Inge Dornan (Brunel, 2019): website
  7. Christienna Fryar (Goldsmiths, 2019): website
  8. Fabian Hilfrich (Edinburgh, 2020): website
  9. Grainne Goodwin (Leeds Beckett, 2020): website
  10. Tim Grady (Chester, 2020): website
  11. Adrian Howkins (Bristol, 2018): website
  12. Karen Jones (Kent, 2018): website
  13. Andrew Jotischky (Royal Holloway, 2020): website
  14. Bronach Kane (Cardiff, 2019): website
  15. Rosie Knight (Sheffield, 2020): website
  16. Daniel Laqua (Northumbria, 2021): website
  17. Tracey Loughran (Essex, 2019): website
  18. Stewart McCain (St Mary’s University, London, 2017): website
  19. Robert McNamara (Ulster, 2019): website
  20. Heidi Mehrkens (Aberdeen, 2019): website
  21. Anna Plassart (Open University, 2021): website
  22. Tim Reinke-Williams (Northampton, 2021): website
  23. Euryn Roberts (Bangor, 2017): website
  24. Antonio Sennis (UCL, 2020): website
  25. Margaret Small (Birmingham, 2020): website
  26. David Stack (Reading, 2017): website
  27. Deborah Sutton (Lancaster, 2021): website
  28. Siobhan Talbott (Keele, 2021): website
  29. Elizabeth Tingle (De Montfort, 2019): website
  30. Alex Titov (Queens University Belfast, 2017): website
  31. Deborah Toner (Leicester, 2020): website
  32. Vikram Visana (Huddersfield, 2021): website
  33. Charlie Whitham (Edgehill, 2017): website

 

Former SC members:

Bill Aird (Edinburgh, 2013-2019)

Sarah Bastow (Huddersfield, 2013-2019)

Kate Bradley (Kent, 2015-2018)

Rachel Bright (Keele, 2012-2018)

Kirsten Brill (Keele, 2018-2021)

Hannah Burrows (Aberdeen, 2016-2019)

Nandini Chatterjee (Exeter, 2017-2020)

Sabine Clarke (York, 2015-2018)

Peter D’Sena (Hertfordshire, 2017-2019)

Neil Fleming (Worcester, 2017-2019)

Juliane Fuerst (Bristol, 2015-2018)

Daniel Grey (Plymouth, 2013-2019)

Sarah Hackett (Bath Spa, 2019-2021)

Alison Hems (Bath Spa, 2015-2018)

Ariel Hessayon (Goldsmiths, 2014-2019)

Kate Hill (Lincoln, 2013-2018)

Charles Insley (Manchester, 2013-2019)

Martin Johnes (Swansea, 2015-2021)

Rachel Lock-Lewis (South Wales, 2014-2020)

Sarah Miller-Davenport (Sheffield, 2015-2018)

Adam Morton (Newcastle, 2017-2020)

Mike Rapport (Glasgow, 2017-2020)

Efram Sera-Shriar (Leeds Trinity, 2017-2019)

Ian Talbot (Southampton, 2015-2018)

Sara Wolfson (Open University, 2014-2020)