Dr Jessica Douthwaite

Post Doctoral Research Fellow

History Stirling

Dr Jessica Douthwaite

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Dr Jessica Douthwaite is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow working on the AHRC-funded collaboration with National Museums Scotland, ‘Materialising the Cold War’. Her Collaborative Doctoral Partnership PhD based at IWM, London and University of Strathclyde was titled 'Voices of the Cold War in Britain, 1945-1962' and awarded in 2018. She is currently writing a monograph which explores how the national and international landscapes of post-war Britain contextualised and influenced civilian experiences of Cold War security. She specialises in oral history methodology, gender and cultural studies, international relations and post-war British history.

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Cold War history Postwar British history Gender studies Oral history Cultural studies Museum studies Heritage Nuclear studies Cold War security


Materialising the Cold War
PI: Professor Holger Nehring
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

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Douthwaite J (2022) H-Diplo Article Review 1113- "Pre-enacting the Next War". [Blog post] 01.06.2022. https://networks.h-net.org/node/28443/discussions/10310003/h-diplo-article-review-1113-pre-enacting-next-war

Newspaper Article

Douthwaite J (2022) New world order. New Statesman. 20.04.2022, p. 17.

Book Chapter

Douthwaite J & Hogg J (2016) Memory. In: Hogg J & Balderstone L (eds.) Using Primary Sources. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. https://liverpooluniversitypress.manifoldapp.org/projects/using-primary-sources

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