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Fabrizio Adriani, Associate Professor in Finance, studies the effects of the interventions designed to identify and contain outbreaks.
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Clare Anderson is an expert on the history of prisons and penal colonies from the 15th century to the present day, with research including the management of infectious diseases and pandemics in jails.
Professor Baines specialises in improving the effectiveness of government communications, including public messaging, and countering disinformation.
Raul Carstocea, Lecturer in Modern European History, specialises in the history of minority groups and is examining the impact of COVID-19 on the Roma minority in Eastern Europe.
Tor Clark, Associate Professor in Journalism, is exploring COVID-19 and the changing relationship between politics and journalism.
Corinne Fowler is an expert in the legacies of colonialism and postcolonialism to literature and heritage. She is exploring the often-overlooked colonial history of the UK’s country houses.
George Lewis researches race and racism in the United States, with a particular focus on ideologies of white supremacy.
Toby Lincoln, Associate Professor Chinese Urban History, is exploring how municipal governments manage the impact of COVID-19 on their populations and how the public respond to these policies.
John Williams, Associate Professor in the School of Media, Communication and Sociology, is a highly regarded expert in sport and sports fandom.