Associate Lecturer in History, Sheffield Hallam University

In 2012 I graduated at the University of Warwick with an MA in History.

In 2016 I received my doctorate, generously funded by the Faculty of Development and Society at Sheffield Hallam University. My thesis was entitled 'British attitudes towards German prisoners of war and their treatment 1939-48'. It explored reportage and public opinion concerning German POWs and their captivity. The study investigated how the issue of prisoner treatment intersected with broader notions of British national identity and images of the German enemy during the wartime, post-war, and emergent Cold War.

I have taught across a variety of modules spanning 18th, 19th, and 20th century history, covering the ideas of the Enlightenment to the downfall of communism in Eastern Europe.

My research interests include: prisoners of war, modern British history, popular media, sports history, digital methodologies, and national identity.

Experience

  • 2013–present
    Associate lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University

Education

  • 2016 
    Sheffield Hallam University, PhD
  • 2012 
    University of Warwick, MA
  • 2011 
    Coventry University, BA