I’m excited to announce that I’ve been selected for one of the British Academy’s Rising Star Engagement Awards (BARSEA). These awards are granted to “some of the most promising and talented academics in the UK” and “are designed to encourage wider engagement with the humanities and social sciences within and beyond academia”. With an application endorsed by British Academy Fellow and internationally renowned historian Professor Joanna Bourke, my award will fund the organisation of a series of five public in-conversation events about war widowhood in the UK in 2018. The British public commonly imagine war widows to be elderly women who...
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[Publication] Feminism’s Family Drama: Female Genealogies, Feminist Historiography, & Kate Walbert’s A Short History of Women
I’m really pleased that my article about feminist history and mother-daughter relationships is out now in Feminist Theory and available to read for free as an “online first” publication. Below you can find the full reference for the print version of this piece, and the page on which you can access the full-text article.