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Prof Miles Ogborn
My research is concerned with understanding the relationships between power, space and knowledge in a range of mainly eighteenth-century contexts. My work has dealt with the new geographies of eighteenth-century London, and trying to understand them as Spaces of Modernity. It has also investigated the ways in which the English East India Company used a variety of forms of writing to construct a global trading network and territorial empire in India from 1600 to 1800. I am currently researching the relationship between empire and speech in the Caribbean.
Prof Jane Wills
London living wage campaign; TELCO and broad-based organising; civic engagement; migrant workers in low paid work in London; labour and globalisation; new forms of trade unionism.
Dr Bryan Mabee
My main areas of research are the history and Theory of War (changing character of war; dynamics of militarism), Security Privatization and Globalization. I am also interested in US Foreign Policy (domestic institutions and contexts; US power and geopolitics)