Contributors

LEPAN Géraldine

Maîtresse de conférences en philosophie

Université de Toulouse.

Research expertise

Philosophie morale et politique; philosophie du droit; théories du contrat social; la question du lien social; la guerre et les théories de la guerre juste; l'amitié aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles; Grotius; Hobbes; Rousseau.
 

LIPSKI Jakub

University Professor in English Literature

Kazimierz Wielki University, Department of Anglophone Literatures

Research expertise

Eighteenth-century fiction and visual culture

LOMBARDINILO Andrea

Associate professor of sociology of cultural and communicative processes

“Gabriele d’Annunzio” University, Chieti-Pescara (Italy)

Research expertise

Sociology of cultural communication; communication and public safety; media communication and criminality; sociology of literature and the narrative and symbolic representations of modern identity.

MANCO Clara

Doctor in English Literature and Teaching Associate (Lectrice) à St John's College, Cambridge.

Sorbonne Université, St John's College Cambridge.

Research expertise

Seventeenth-century English theatre; Restoration politics; Restoration comedy; sociologie of theatre.
 

MARTICHOU Elisabeth

Maîtresse de conférences en anglais.

Université Sorbonne Paris Nord.

Research expertise

Histoire de l’art et civilisation britannique au XVIIIe siècle (historiographie, études de tableaux).
 

MARTINET Marie-Madeleine

Honorary Professor in English.

Sorbonne Université.

Research expertise

British aesthetics and landscape studies; digital humanities; image; virtual reality.

McCORMACK Matthew

Associate Professor of History, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and of the Higher Education Academy

University of Northampton

Research expertise

Eighteenth-century political culture; issues of gender; role of masculinity in debates about citizenship.

McWILLIAM Rohan

Professor, Modern British History.

Anglia Ruskin University.

Research expertise

Victorian studies; modern British and United States history; labour history; the history of popular culture; historiography; theory and history.

NEWMAN Ian

Assistant Professor of English.

University of Notre-Dame.

Research expertise

Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-century British and Irish literature and culture.

PAGE-JONES Kimberley

Senior Lecturer, British Studies.

Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest.

Research expertise

Romanticism; travel writing; eighteenth-century feminism; social history and history of ideas during the age of revolution; sea literature.

PHILP Mark

Professor, History and Politics.

University of Warwick.

Research expertise

Political theory and political sociology; political corruption and public life; history of political thought and British history at the time of the French Revolution.

PULLIN Naomi

Assistant Professor in Early Modern British History.

Department of History, University of Warwick.

Research expertise

The early modern British Atlantic, with particular interests in the gender, religious and political history of Britain and its North American colonies; the relationship between sociability and solitude in early modern Britain and how gender determined ideas and experiences of solitude in seventeenth-and eighteenth-century Britain; the concept of enmity in the early modern British Atlantic and  the experience of female enmity in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Britain and North America.