JWACS Editorial Board


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Editorial Board

Members are listed in alphabetical order, with academic affiliation and sometimes details of their current research interests and work.

  • Professor Margaret Atack, University of Leeds
  • Professor Annette Becker, Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires en Art Contemporain Pierre Francastel, WWI
  • Dr Matthew Brown, University of Bristol
  • Professor Ana Carden-Coyne, University of Manchester, mutilation and military hospitals and rehabilitation
  • Olivier Compagnon, Universite de Paris III, France
  • Professor Martyn Cornick, School of Humanities, Birmingham
  • Professor Hanna Diamond, Cardiff University
  • David Drake, Emeritus Reader, Middlesex University. French intellectuals and war; Paris 1939-1944
  • Professor Alison Fell, University of Leeds, women & WWI, particularly in interwar France & Britain; wartime nursing; French culture and WWI
  • Dr Patrick Finney, Aberystwyth University
  • Professor John Flower, University of Kent at Canterbury, continuing preoccupation with the Occupation and the question of nationality; fictional representations of the period of Occupation
  • Professor Hilary Footitt, University of Reading, Anglo-French relations in the Liberation; languages at War
  • Professor Paul Gough, University of the West of England, Bristol, visual arts, monuments and commemoration
  • Professor Margaret R. Higonnet, University of Connecticut, USA, Comparative Literature
  • Professor Michael Kelly, University of Southampton, language policy; language issues in war and conflict; French cultural history, particularly intellectual and cultural movements of the 1940s and 1950s; Franco-British cultural relations
  • Dr Simon Kitson, University of Auckland, New Zealand, the French Police and the French Secret Services during WWII, the Allied bombing of Occupied France
  • Professor Roy MacLeod, University of Sydney, Australia, Allied and German Science, Industry, the Professions, and Government in WWI
  • Dr Nicholas Martin, University of Birmingham, WWI in German culture and memory; German WWI writing of the interwar period
  • Professor Catherine Merridale, University of London
  • Dr Aaron Moore, University of Manchester
  • Professor Bill Niven, Nottingham Trent University, Politics and Culture of 20th Century Germany, particularly the Third Reich, the history of Buchenwald concentration camp, West Germany and the GDR; coming to terms with Nazism and communism; contemporary German literature and film
  • Dr Guillaume Piketty, former Visiting Research Scholar at Yale University and Professor of History at Sciences Po in Paris, is currently (2012-2014) a Visiting Professor at Oxford University. His research focuses on the  social and cultural history of WWII in France and in Europe, and, more broadly, on war, resistance and society during the 20th century. www.sciencespo.fr/departement-histoire
  • Professor Patricia Rae, Queen's University Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  • Professor Luc Rasson, Stadscampus Antwerpen, Belgium
  • Dr Pnina Rosenberg, Technion University, Haifa, Israel, visual arts in French internment camps (WWII), women in Holocaust art, BD in the context of WWII, Holocaust art and legacy: contemporary visual arts, memorials & films, Yiddish cultural life in interwar Paris
  • Dr Thomas Schneider, E. M. Remarque Friedenszentrum, Germany
  • Professor Penny Summerfield, University of Manchester
  • Professor Francois Vallotton, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Professor Olivier Wieviorka, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, France, French Resistance, Nazism, and its aftermath
  • Professor Roger Woods, University of Nottingham, Dissidents and intellectuals in the GDR; East German intellectuals looking back on the GDR; the extreme-right in present-day Germany; conservative intellectuals in the 1920s
  • Dr Claire Woods, University of South Australia
  • Dr Mikkel Zangenberg, Center for Litteraturvidenskab og Semiotik, Denmark
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