‘Gifts from the Frontiers of Empire’ in The Ambassadors of Dialogue: The Role of Diplomatic Gifts and Works of Arts and Crafts in Intercultural Exchange: papers from the International Conference at the National Museum in Krakow, 16-18 September, 2015 (Krakow: 2016)
Papers and Lectures
As a confident and experienced speaker, I very much enjoy delivering lectures and papers on a various aspects of British Military History and sharing research. Please get in contact if you would like me to deliver a paper or lecture.
The following is a brief list of some of the lectures and papers that I have given:
Pictures, Papers and Posters: British Propaganda in the First World War, 13 September 2016, Army Museum, Stockholm, Sweden.
“No doubt they’ll soon get well.” Social class and the treatment of shell shock in Britain in the First World War, 30 October 2014, National Army Museum, London.
“Join Up and See the World!” British Military Recruitment After National Service, 4 June 2013, National Archives, London.
Revolution or Regression? The Media, the Government and the Falklands War, ‘Picturing Propaganda: A Study Day’, 1 June 2013, British Library.
More than Just War Stories: Uncovering Professional Military Culture in the Falklands War through Oral History, British Commission for Military History Symposium, 16 November 2012, University of Birmingham.
“Whites of their Eyes / Fighting the Faceless”: Combat Experience in the Falklands War, Lunchtime Lecture, 17 May 2012, National Army Museum.
“Why We Fight”: How the Falklands Challenged Perceptions of the British Military, ‘The Falklands Conflict: 30 Years On,’ 29 April, University of Kent.
The Realities and Consequences of War for British Servicemen in the Falklands, South-East Hub for History Conference, June 2011, University of Kent.
“The Whites of Their Eyes / Fighting the Faceless:” A Comparative Analysis of Combat on Land and at Sea in the Falklands War, South-East Hub for History Conference, June 2010, University of Kent
The Continuity of British Combat Experience: The Falklands and the Second World Wars, South-East Hub for History Conference, June 2009, University of Kent. Nominated for best paper prize.