FWW Network Database

 

 

Welcome to the First World War Network. Below you will find the interests and details for our members, who cover a wide range of research specialisms. To find out more about individual members, please visit their profiles, or use the search bar provided to search for members with particular research interests.

If you would like to join the First World War Network, membership is completely free, and can be obtained by downloading and returning our introductory questionnaire form.

 

 

Alexandra Vaughan

Research baker
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1. food 2. bread 3. home front 4. Everyday Lives in War

Alexia Moncrieff

Early career researcher
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1. disability 2. medical history 3. venereal disease 4. post-war provisions for veterans 5. gender history

Allen Wales

Postgraduate student, Community researcher
1. Pioneer battalions 2. Cheshire regiment

Andrea Hetherington

Independent scholar
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1. Social history 2. Politics of Remembrance 3. Difficult heritage 4. Criminal history

Anne Buckley

Early career researcher
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1. Prisoners of war 2. Prisoner of war camps

Bryn Hammond

Independent scholar, Heritage professional
Twitter
1. military history 2. social history 3. material culture 4. armoured warfare 5. tactical innovation

Carole Chapman

Independent scholar, Community researcher
1.Political history 2.International history 3.Nazi Germany 4.Holocaust 5.Soviet Russia

Charlotte Tomlinson

Postgraduate student
Twitter
1. Propaganda 2. Volunteering 3. Public History 4. Women and War 5. Cultural Memory and the World Wars

Chris Grosvenor

Postgraduate student
Twitter
1. Cultural History 2. Film Studies 3. Exhibition Studies 4. Reception Studies 5. Military Cinema Exhibition on the British Front Lines (WWI)

Colin Harding

Postgraduate student
1. Social History 2. Military History 3. Propaganda 4. Women during WWI 5. History of photography

Corinne Painter

Early career researcher
TwitterLinkedIn
1. Social History 2. Women’s History 3. Twentieth Century Germany 4. German Jewish Community 5. Resistance to War

David Retherford

Postgraduate student
1. Intelligence gathering in the US Army 2. British Army and American Army 3. Battalion Leadership 4. Intelligence liaison 5. Lessons learned

Diane Ranyard

Postgraduate student
TwitterLink
1. Social History 2. Cultural History 3. Marriage & the family 4. Emotions 5. Class & Gender

Dónal Hassett

Early career researcher
TwitterLink
1. Colonial history 2. Veterans 3. French Empire 4. Commemoration 5. Pensions

Dr Chris Corker

Early career researcher
Twitter
1. Business history 2. Technology of warfare 3. Role of women's labour in wartime 4. Sheffield steel industry 5. British prisoners of war

Dr Michael Robinson

Early career researcher
1. Disability 2. Medicine 3. Shell-Shock 4. Veterans 5. Ministry of Pensions

Dr Paul Huddie

Early career researcher
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Effie Karageorgos

Early career researcher, Research professional
TwitterLink
1. Military history 2. Military psychiatry 3. Soldiers 4. South African War 5. First World War

Eilís Phillips

Postgraduate student
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1. Cultural History 2. Social History 3. Folklore 4. Spiritualism 5. Monstrosity

Emily Bartlett

Postgraduate student
Twitter
1. Cultural History 2. Disability History 3. Material Culture 4. Disabled Ex-Servicemen 5. Charity

Eoin Kinsella

Independent scholar, Research professional
TwitterLinkedInLink
1. Irish and British history 2. Social history 3. Political history 4. Irish WWI veterans 5. Medical treatment of veterans

Eric Story

Graduate Student
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1. Medical History 2. Tuberculosis 3. Veterans 4. Social History 5. Colonial History

Eve Haskins

Postgraduate student
1. Social history 2. Local history 3. Women’s history 4. Anti-war campaigns 5. Cultural history

Garry Stewart

Community Researcher
TwitterLink
1. African and East Africa War 2. Caribbean 3. Black British 4. Cultural History 5. War Memories in the Caribbean

Hanna Smyth

Postgraduate student
TwitterLinkedInLink
1. war memorials 2. social history 3. cemeteries 4. British empire 5. remembrance

Harry J. Sanderson

Postgraduate student
TwitterLinkedIn
1. Military History. 2. British Army. 3. Learning Curve. 4. Infantry training. 5. Military effectiveness.

Howard Fisher

Community Researcher

Jacqueline Claire Taylor

Postgraduate student, Museum volunteer

James Taub

Postgraduate student, Early career researcher
Twitter
1. military history 2. British Army 3. Scotland 4. social history 5. revisionism

James Wallis

Early career researcher
1. Museum interpretation 2. Commemoration 3. Cultural history 4. Historical geography

Jane Clarke

Postgraduate student
Twitter
1. women’s history 2. the cultural history of war 3. commemoration of war 4. inter-war politics 5. women in war

Jenny Roberts

Postgraduate student
TwitterLinkedIn
1. Dress History 2. Uniforms 3. Munitionettes 4. Gender 5. First World War cartoons

Joel Morley

Early career researcher
Twitter
1. Masculinities 2. Cultural Legacy of the Great War 3. Memory 4. Social history 5. Intergenerational transmission

John Alexander

Postgraduate student, Independent scholar
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1. Military history. 2. British air power. 3. British strategic culture. 4. The Arab Revolt.

Jonathan D’Hooghe

Independent scholar, Community researcher
FacebookLinkedInLink
1. Military History 2. Social History 3.War Memorials 4. Service Records 5. Unit histories

Julia Ribeiro S C Thomaz

Postgraduate student
Twitter
1. Cultural History 2.Combat Experience 3. Poetry 4. Literature 5. Historical sources

Julian Walker

Independent scholar
TwitterLink
1. First World War 2. Language 3. Popular publications 4. Gender 5. Performance

Kathryn White

Postgraduate student
FacebookTwitterLink
1. Religious History 2. Social History 3. Morale 4. Christianity

Kiara Gregory

Postgraduate Student
1. Military History 2. Social History 3. Economic History 4. History of the family 5. Medical History

Kieran Taylor

Postgraduate student
TwitterLinkedIn
1. Belgian Refugees 2. Immigration in Early 20th century 3. Minorities and the War 4.Voluntary responses and the War 5. Local Government and the War

Kieron Moore

Independent scholar
1. Military history 2. British Army 3. Royal Engineers 4. Western Front 5. Learning, innovation and adaptation.

Kristin O’Donnell

Postgraduate student
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1. Cultural Memory 2. Social and Cultural History 3. Emotional History 4. Performance 5. Commemoration

Lucie Dutton

Postgraduate student
TwitterLink
1. Film History 2. Naval History 3. Ministry of Information 4.David Lloyd George 5.Cultural History

Marie Allitt

Postgraduate student
Twitter
1. Military medicine 2. War literature 3. War memoirs/ Life writing 4. Military-medical spaces 5. Battle/ War landscape

Mark R Cooper

Postgraduate student, Independent scholar
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1, WW1 & WW2 Somme 3. Passchendaele 4. Western Front

Mark Butterfield

Postgraduate student
Twitter
1. Trauma 2. Wounding 3. Casualty Care 4. Disability 5. Rehabilitation

Matthew Kovac

Postgraduate student, Independent scholar
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1. Modern European History 2. Military History 3. Veteran Politics 4. British Army 5. Irish Republican Army

Michael Noble

Postgraduate student, Research professional
TwitterLinkedInLink
1. First World War 2. Organisational History 3. Universities 4. Social History 5. History of UK Research Culture

Michael Reeve

Postgraduate student
TwitterLinkedInLink
1. Cultural history 2. Social history 3. Civilian bombardment 4. Air raids 5. Defence of the Realm and public safety

Michael Woods

Postgraduate student
Twitter
1. Military History 2. Festubert 3. 1915 4. British Army 5. Western Front

Michele Peroni

Postgraduate student
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1. First World War literature 2. Contemporary representations of the First World War 3. Memory studies 4. Historical novels 5. History and fiction

Mike Hally

Postgraduate student
TwitterLink
1. Social history 2. Ex-service organisations

Nick Milne-Walasek

Early career researcher
TwitterLink
1. British Publishing/Reception 2. Propaganda 3. Literary History 4. The War Propaganda Bureau (Wellington House) 5. The ‘War Books Boom’ (c. 1927-33)

Nicola Benge

Community researcher, Heritage professional
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1. Community and local history 2. WWI 3. Social history 4. Royal Sussex Regiment 5. Sussex

Ole Birk Laursen

Early career researcher
TwitterLink
1. Social history 2. Colonial history 3. Anarchist history 4. Russian Revolution 5. Sabotage

Paul Hamilton

Postgraduate student
TwitterLink
1. Battlefield 2. Education 3. Remembrance 4. Commemoration 5. Memory

Peter Schofield

Postgraduate student
1. Economic History 2. Social History 3. Total War 4. Home Front 5. Case Studies

Pip Gregory

Early career researcher
Twitter
1. iconographic symbolism 2. cartoons and humour 3. publication and visual history 4. memory 5. cultural history

Professor Esther Johnson

Research professional, Artist and Filmmaker
1. Oral History 2. Social History 3. Documentary 4. Women inter-war 5. Children and war

Rebecca Ball

Postgraduate student
Twitter
1. Cultural history 2. Everyday life on the home front 3. Memory and life writing 4. The working class 5. Both world wars

Samraghni Bonnerjee

Postgraduate student
Twitter
1. Medical Humanities 2. Life Writing 3. Feminism 4. Military Medicine 5. First World War and the Colonies

Sara Prieto

Early career researcher
TwitterLinkedIn
1. Literature 2. Eyewitness Accounts 3. American narratives 4. Literary journalism 5. Women

Siobhán Doyle

Postgraduate student
TwitterLinkedInLink
1. Commemoration 2. 1916 Rising 3. Representations of death 4. Museum studies 5. Visual and material culture

Sofya Anisimova

Postgraduate student
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1. Pals battalions 2. Soldiers’ folklore 3. Eastern front 4. Social history 5. First World War veterans

Stephen Barker

Heritage professional
TwitterLinkedInLink
1. First World War 2.War Beyond the Western Front 3.The Indian Army 4.The Home Front during 1914-18 5.Cultural history

Stephen John Roberts

Postgraduate student, Independent scholar, Community researcher
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1. Regional, local and family history. 2. Landscapes in Britain, France and Flanders 3. Military history 4. British and French colonial soldiers 5. War memorials and commemoration

Stephen Manning

Postgraduate student
1. Social history 2. Cultural history 3. Home Front in the UK 4. Total war

Tom Sear

Postgraduate student
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1. Digital memory 2. Social Media 3. Simulation 4. Military history 5. Commemoration

Tomáš Rusek

Early career researcher
1. Military history 2. Czechoslovak legions 3. Legionary traditions and afterlife in post-war Czechoslovakia (war memorials, literature etc.) 4. Veteran organizations