Who will you be taught by?
Working alongside world-class scholars is part of the student experience at Roehampton. Our historians appear on national TV and radio, work with leading cultural organisations and publish widely. Their expertise means you will benefit from lecturers working at the forefront of historical research. Here is a little more about them
Professor Suzannah Lipscomb
Professor Suzannah Lipscomb teaches history at Roehampton, and specialises in the early modern period. She is a regular on television and radio, and has recently appeared on ‘Royal History’s Biggest Fibs’ on BBC4 and ‘Front Row’ on BBC Radio 4.
Professor Michael Cullinane
Professor Michael Cullinane specialises in teaching American History and the Vietnam Wars. His research explores the foreign policies of the United States during the early twentieth century, and particularly the international relations of that period.
Professor Susan Deacy
Professor Susan Deacy teaches classics and has research interests in the study of ancient Greek religion, mythology, gender and sexuality, in particular how these cohere around deities.
Dr Kathryn Tempest
Dr Kathryn Tempest teaches Latin language, Latin literature and Roman history. Her research focuses on Cicero, Roman Oratory, and Roman Republican history, as well as the theory and practice of rhetoric more generally.
Dr Iain Johnstone White
Dr Iain Johnstone White focuses on the British Empire and warfare in the twentieth century, and in particular works on the two world wars.
Roehampton Talks: Whose Crimea is it Anyway? Dr Zbigniew Wojnowski explains what is happening between Russia, the Ukraine and Crimea