Staff Profiles: Dr. David Howell

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Dr. David Howell

Staff Profile: Dr. David Howell
Lecturer in History

Dr. David Howell

Dr. David Howell

Lecturer in History

History, Religion, Philosophy and Ethics

I am a lecturer in early modern history, with wider interests in national and intangible forms of heritage and archaeology.

Biography

David has a broad range of research and teaching interests. Coming from an archaeological background, he has been involved in notable excavations including Avebury and Paviland. He spent several years in the museum sector in Wales, moving into heritage studies. He completed his PhD, exploring national heritage narratives, in 2014. He now lectures on crime and protest through the 17th-19th centuries, and is currently researching begging practices at sites of historical importance.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
PhD The changing role of heritage in a politically devolved Wales. University of South Wales 2014

Teaching and research

Teaching

Cultural Legacies

Humanities in Practice

Crime, Violence and Disorder

Social conflict in nineteenth-century rural Britain

Level

Undergraduate

External responsibilities

Subjects for media interviews

Heritage

Nationalism

Intangible heritage

Museums

Wales

Greenland

Iceland

Crime

Social protest

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