John MacKenzie, Editor-in-Chief   Emeritus Professor of Imperial History at the University of Lancaster, Honorary Professor at the University of St. Andrews, Honorary Professor at the University of Aberdeen, and Honorary Professorial Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.  He is the Founding Editor of the Studies in Imperialism series (Manchester University Press), which has published more than 100 volumes over the past three decades.  Professor MacKenzie is widely considered to be the founder of the cultural study of British imperialism.

John MacKenzie, Editor-in-Chief

Emeritus Professor of Imperial History at the University of Lancaster, Honorary Professor at the University of St. Andrews, Honorary Professor at the University of Aberdeen, and Honorary Professorial Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.  He is the Founding Editor of the Studies in Imperialism series (Manchester University Press), which has published more than 100 volumes over the past three decades.  Professor MacKenzie is widely considered to be the founder of the cultural study of British imperialism.

  Martin Farr, General Editor   Dr. Martin Farr is Senior Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary British History at Newcastle University .  His recent publications include articles on the 1918 general election, the politics of strategic bombing 1940-5, and package holidays in the 1970s.  He’s currently working on a book entitled Margaret Thatcher’s World.

Martin Farr, General Editor

Dr. Martin Farr is Senior Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary British History at Newcastle University .  His recent publications include articles on the 1918 general election, the politics of strategic bombing 1940-5, and package holidays in the 1970s.  He’s currently working on a book entitled Margaret Thatcher’s World.

  John Griffiths, Managing Editor   Senior lecturer in History at Massey University. Professor Griffiths' research interests include imperial and transnational cultures from 1880 to the 1960s. He has published numerous journal articles and book chapters on various aspects of these interests. 

John Griffiths, Managing Editor

Senior lecturer in History at Massey University. Professor Griffiths' research interests include imperial and transnational cultures from 1880 to the 1960s. He has published numerous journal articles and book chapters on various aspects of these interests. 

 
  Juliette Desplat, Managing Editor   Head of the ModernModern Overseas, Intelligence & Security Records at the UK National Archives. A Middle East specialist & all things archaeological.

Juliette Desplat, Managing Editor

Head of the ModernModern Overseas, Intelligence & Security Records at the UK National Archives. A Middle East specialist & all things archaeological.

  Brandon Marsh, Managing Editor   Associate Professor of History at Bridgewater College in Virginia. Professor Marsh specializes in  British Imperialism in the Indian Subcontinent and the Indian Ocean Basin. 

Brandon Marsh, Managing Editor

Associate Professor of History at Bridgewater College in Virginia. Professor Marsh specializes in  British Imperialism in the Indian Subcontinent and the Indian Ocean Basin. 

  Xavier Guégan, Book Reviews Editor   Senior Lecturer in the Department of History at University of Winchester (UK). General research interests are in the history of British and French imperialism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with a specific focus on British India and French Algeria; European countries' 'race' to govern the world in modern history and the construction of colonial cultures. 

Xavier Guégan, Book Reviews Editor

Senior Lecturer in the Department of History at University of Winchester (UK). General research interests are in the history of British and French imperialism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with a specific focus on British India and French Algeria; European countries' 'race' to govern the world in modern history and the construction of colonial cultures. 

  Michael Kandiah,   Witness to History Editor

Michael Kandiah, Witness to History Editor

Director of the ICBH Witness Seminar Programme at King's College, London, which seeks to capture oral testimony of British politicians, diplomats, civil servants and other key individuals involved in significant events in recent British history.

Linda Colley, Chair of Advisory Board

Shelby M.C. Davis 1958 Professor of History at Princeton University. An expert on Britain since 1700. She favors cross-disciplinary history, and in both her writing and teaching examines Britain’s past in broader European, imperial, and global contexts.