SOCIAL HISTORY EDITOR
I am an ERSC funded PhD student in the History Department of Lancaster University. Following on from my MA research, which focused on the Nazi occupation of the Channel Island of Sark, 1940-1945, my PhD research considers the points of contact in which German soldiers and Channel Islanders interacted under occupation. This research reflets upon the politics of identity and the influences of human arbitrary characteristics, such as race, disability, and gender, on power negotiation in occupied contexts. I have previously written for EPOCH under these themes.
Whilst my interest lies primarily in modern history, I am deeply invested in all discussions of social history across a number of time periods and would welcome submissions on just about anything social history related!