Negotiating Identities in Britain During the Second World War
Edited By Wendy Ugolini and Juliette Pattinson
Notes on contributors
STUART ALLAN is Principal Curator of Scottish Late Modern collections at National Museums Scotland. His research interests lie in the material culture of the Scottish military tradition and its relationship to national and gender identities. His publications include Commando Country (2007) and, with David Forsyth, Common Cause: Commonwealth Scots and the Great War (2014).
GAVIN BOWD is Senior Lecturer in French at the University of St Andrews, and author of Fascist Scotland (2013). He works mainly on aspects of modern and contemporary France. He is currently preparing a study on Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo, Charles Maurras and colonial Madagascar.
MARTIN FRANCIS is currently the Henry R. Winkler Professor of Modern History at the University of Cincinnati. He is the author of The Flyer: British Culture and the Royal Air Force, 1939–1945 (Oxford University Press, 2008). In 2015 he will be returning to the UK to take up the position of Professor of War and History at the University of Sussex.
TREVOR GRIFFITHS is Reader in Economic and Social History and Head of History at the University of Edinburgh. His publications include The Lancashire Working Classes, c.1880–c.1930 (2001) and The Cinema and Cinema-going in Scotland, 1896–c. 1950 (2012). He is currently undertaking research addressing the coming of sound to cinema in Scotland.
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