Our team of academic staff are able to offer support and supervision in all areas of Quaker Studies. Some names below link to pages for more information about each person.
- Richard Allen – early modern British (especially Welsh) and transatlantic history.
- Simon Best – sociology, especially adolescent Quakers, Quaker rites of passage, and the interrelationships between adolescent, young adult, and adult Quakers.
- Jon R. Kershner – theology, especially John Woolman, Historical Theology, Global Quakerism and Global Christianity, Quaker Apocalypticism, Antislavery.
- Hugh MacLeod – history, especially religion and sport in modern Britain; Comparison between the religious trajectories of the United States and of western Europe, with special reference to the periods c.1890-1914 and c.1960-80.
- Rosemary Moore – history, especially Seventeenth-Century Quaker History.
- Siân Roberts – history, especially twentieth-century Quaker women in humanitarian relief, education and social justice; refugee histories; histories of childhood; Birmingham history.
- Don Rowe – education.
- Giselle Vincett – sociology.
- Anne Watson – education.
- Benjamin Wood – theology, especially Augustine.
- Rebecca Wynter – history, especially Quakers and reform; the Friends’ Ambulance Unit (1914-1919), aid history and humanitarianism; history of medicine and psychiatry; history of prisons.