Digital Collections (Scholarship) Manager at King’s College London Archives and Research Collections; Visiting Fellow in Digital Humanities, School of Advanced Study
Jessica Borge is an interdisciplinary researcher in the field of Contemporary British History, with a specialism in the intersection of business, society and media.
She attained her PhD at Birkbeck, University of London and holds a visiting fellowship in digital humanities at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. Jessica recently completed postdoctoral study at the BodyCapital project at the Département d'Histoire des sciences de la Vie et de la Santé, Université de Strasbourg, and is currently Digital Collections (Scholarship) Manager at King’s College London Archives and Research Collections.
Her book, Protective Practices. A History of the London Rubber Company and the Condom Business is published by McGill-Queen's University Press. For more information, se www.londonrubbercompany.com.
Digital Collections (Scholarship) Manager , King’s College London Archives and Research Collections.
Visiting fellow in Digital Humanities, School of Advanced Study
University of London, PhD
University of London, MA in Historical Research
University of the Arts, London, Graduate Diploma Digital Design
University of Kent, Film Studies
Spinning’ to Win: London Rubber and the 1963 Which? Consumer Report on Contraceptives, Book Chapter in Sex and Consumerism [Forthcoming] de Gruyter
VD and the Blame Game [Review of Itch, clap, pox. Venereal disease in the eighteenth-century imagination], Metascience 29
Digital Life, Review in Visual Studies, 35
Television, an Instrument for and a Mirror of Health and Health Services, Introductory article for thematic issue of VIEW journal, edited by Jessica Borge, Trica Close-Koenig and Angela Saward.
Bandwidth lost: family planners and post-war television , “Bandwidth lost: family planners and post-war television” Corporate Communications. Special issues on PR history 25(4)
Protective Practices. A History of the London Rubber Company and the Condom Business., McGill-Queen's University Press
The Science of Television: Television and its Importance for the History of Health and Medicine, Gesnerus 76(2)
Documenting the world: Film, photography and the scientific record, Review in Visual Studies 33(4)
Propagating Progress and Circumventing Harm: Reconciling References to Contraceptives in British Television and Cinema of the 1960s, Book chapter in Reproductive Rights Issues in Popular Media: International Perspectives, McFarland
SHOT (The Society for the History of Technology)
Business History Conference https://thebhc.org
European Association for the History of Medicine and Health