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Elmer W. Campbell Professor of Economics
Associate Professor of Economics
Associate Professor of History
diasporas, foreign refugees and the birth of modern humanitarianism since the 17th century (1685-1950), history and memory, history of the British Empire, humanitarianism and the development of rights claims, imperial Britain, modern Britain since 1688, sexual slander and defamation law, slavery and anti-slavery