Members

  • Denise Borille de Abreu, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Brazil, English women writers of WWI; women war narratives; women's writing of trauma
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Carmen Andres, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Olivia Manning's two war trilogies: The Balkan Trilogy and The Levant Trilogy
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Helen E Beale, University of Stirling, stylistic analysis of French war memorials, particularly to the French Resistance, with emphasis on common tropes, on sculptural tactility, and on the expressive use of space and form; burgeoning interest in peace memorials/gardens
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Philippe Beck, Université de Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve), WW I literature as part of 'Cultural Memory' ('Kulturelles Gedächtnis', Aleida Assmann) and as 'Lieux de mémoire' (Pierre Nora) mainly in the French and German speaking world with a special interest in authors from cultural and/or linguistic crossroad-areas (Belgium, Switzerland, Eupen-Malmedy, Alsace-Lorraine ...) and in imagological studies
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Laura Bradford, Maney Publishing, current publishers for the Journal of War and Culture Studies
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Manu Braganca, Nottingham Trent University, French historiography and memories of WWII
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Yvonne Brandt, Comparative Literature Department, University of Innsbruck, cultural contacts between foreign (mostly American and British) soldiers and
    Iraquis/Afghans during the permanent State of Terror caused by the "War on Terror".
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Capitaine Brieg, École des hautes études en sciences sociales, social experience of veterans returning to civilian life, the process of individuation and their logics of action.
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Claire Browne, Independent Scholar, soldiers and victims of war trauma at home and the front line.
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Nicola Donovan, Nottingham Trent University, democratisation of heritage and 'small' heritage narratives
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Patrick Finney, Aberystwyth University, collective memory of the Second World War
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Aline Gaus, University of Sheffield, Contemporary war commemoration; repatriation and homecoming ceremonies, especially Wootton Bassett but also French, Danish and Canadian examples; military culture
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Leanne Green, Manchester Metropolitan University and Imperial War Museum, London, war publicity as an instrument to serve ideological or political purposes
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Pippa Gregory, University of Kent, a comparative study of humour in British and German
    cartoons of the First World War
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Professor Philip Hammond, Centre for Media & Culture Research, London South Bank University, contemporary media representations of war and international intervention
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Ingrid Hanson, University of Hull, the ethics, aesthetics and phenomenology of war and peace in Victorian antiwar and socialist literature and journalism
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Adrienne Harris, Baylor University, Stalinist myth creation, Russian collective memory of World War II, and soldiers’ memoirs and poetry.
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Howard Hastings, UMUC, Higher education and war; Comparative study of popular conceptions of US foreign policy in the US, Europe, and the Greater Middle East
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Jeremy Hicks, Queen Mary University of London, World War Two and the Holocaust with regard to the Soviet Union, especially as reflected in film and photography
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Ms Christina Howes, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, representation of war from 1945-present in autobiographical fiction and memoirs, with special interest in transgeneration trauma post WW2.
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Sophie Milquet, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), literary expressions of gender and war, especially Spanish Civil War
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Marco Mondini, Italian German Historical Institute-FBK (Trento) & University of Padua,Italian war culture in 19th and 20th Century, in particular literature and war, cinema and war in Italy
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Claire O'Mahony, University of Oxford, visual and material cultures of the Franco-Prussian War and the World Wars.
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Viktoria Permyakova, UCU, WWII, oral history, cultural treasures during WWII
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Kees Ribbens, NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, the impact of war on popular culture.
    Email address: k.ribben[email protected]
  • Associate Professor and Chair Andrew Sobanet, Georgetown University, French Department,representations of the First and Second World Wars in French literature and film, and current work on the Cold War.
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Professor Yvonne Tasker, University of East Anglia, film, television and media representations of military women as well as the experience of civilian women in wartime.
    Email address: [email protected] 
  • Dr Roger Thompson, Virginia Military Institute, Iraq War memoirs and literature, veteran transitions, peace studies, civilian casualties, art and war
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Margaret Tyler, BMD, Welsh WW1 Memorials and Spanish Communities in London following the Spanish Civil War
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Ross Wilson, University of Chichester, First World War history, memory and heritage
    Email address: [email protected]
  • John B Winterburn, University of Bristol, landscapes of conflict and in particular the Great War landscapes in the Middle East
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Nick White, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, literature of the Franco-Prussian war
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Mr Gordon Wilkie, conflict and battlefield archaeology Email address:[email protected]
  • JOANNA WITKOWSKA, UNIVERSITY OF SZCZECIN, POLAND, POLISH-BRITISH CULTURAL RELATIONS DURING WWII
    Email address: [email protected]
  • Dr Manabrata Guha, University of Bath, theory, culture and practice of war in the 21st Century
    Email address: [email protected]
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Journal submissions

We invite researchers, educators, and practitioners to contribute to the Journal of War and Culture Studies (JWACS).