I am currently working on the ESRC project The Rowntree Business Lectures and the Interwar British Management Movement with Alan Booth, Gareth Shaw, Morgen Witzel, and Mairi Maclean.
My first book - Internment during the Second World War: A comparative study of Great Britain and the USA - will be published by Bloomsbury in 2017. The book is based on my doctoral research, on which I have given seminars across the country, including the keynote talk at the Italian Cultural Institute at the Italian Embassy in London in 2015, for the 75th anniversary of the tragedy of the Arandora Star. I appeared on BBC1 show ‘Heir Hunters’ in 2014, where I discussed the likely circumstances surrounding a soldier captured in Hong Kong and held in a Japanese POW camp during the Second World War.
My research interests include immigration and minority history, the history of philanthropy, Second World War in Great Britain and the United States of America, historical memory, commemoration and the preservation of historical sites, information systems, information management, and technology in education.
I have taught History at Royal Holloway, University of London, where I received the College Postgraduate Teaching Prize in 2016, and have also lectured in Business at Kingston University.