M.A., M.Sc., Ph.D. Senior Lecturer
Dr Jacqueline Jenkinson is a modern History graduate of the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh. She was born in Glasgow and now lives in south Lanarkshire.
She has published widely in the fields of migrant and minority history in the First World War, on the 1919 seaport riots, on Scotland's health in the inter war era and on medical professionalisation in the 18th-20th centuries.
Special Subject module: ‘Immigration to Britain, from the 1880s to the 1980s’. Semester 5 course ‘Black People in Britain, 1750-1950: Race, Riot and Reaction’. Semester 4 module ‘Hands on History: The Social History of the Victorian City:. Lectures and tutors in modules HISU9S3 ‘Reputations in History’; HISU9S2 ‘Concepts of History’ and Module HISU921 ‘People, Politics and Empire: Britain 1707-2000’.
Undergraduate - MA Honours Modern and Medieval History, University of Glasgow
Postgraduate - PhD and MSc in History both at the University of Edinburgh,
She is currently researching government responsesto minority ethnic peoples in the First World War including Belgian refugees. This followsthe award of a 2year pilot project grant to investigate wartime British repsonses to Belgian refugees by BA/Leverhulme. She has presented manyconference papers on this topic. Shehasedited and contributed two artciles for the journal 'Immigrants and Minorities' on Belgian refugees in the First World War. She is also an active researcher in the social history of medicine and has published a book on the inter-war history of Scotland’s health. She is alsoresearching the career activities of poor doctors in working class urban Scotland in the late 19th and early 20th centuries following a Royal Society of Edinburgh grant award on this topic in 2012. She has recentlypublished articles on Scottish GPs in the 19th centuryin Social History of Medicne (2015) and in the US journal 'Bulletin for the History of Medicine' (2013).
Jenkinson J (2017) Black, Arab and south Asian Colonial Britons in the Intersections between War and Peace: The 1919 Seaport Riots in Perspective. In: Ewence H, Grady T (ed.). Minorities and the First World War: From War to Peace, London: Palgrave Macmilan, pp. 175-198.
Jenkinson J (2015) ‘All in the Same Uniform’? The Participation of Black Colonial Residents in the British Armed Forces in the First World War. In: Jackson A (ed.). The British Empire and the First World War, London: Routledge.
Jenkinson J (2015) Book review of: Before the Windrush: race relations in 20th century Liverpool, John Belchem, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 298 pages ISBN 978-1846319679, Immigrants and Minorities, 33 (3), pp. 303-306.
Jenkinson J (2011) Book review of: Midwifery in Scotland: A History. Reid, Lindsay, Erskine, Renfrewshire, Scottish History Press: 2011. pp. 304. ISBN: 978-0-9564477-0-8, The Innes Review, 62, pp. 252-255.
Jenkinson J (2011) Welfare Agencies and Migrant Settlers in Scotland, c. 1919-1922. In: Freeman Mark, Maglen Krista, Gordon Eleanor (ed.). Medicine, Law and Public Policy in Scotland c.1850-1990, Dundee: Dundee University Press.
Jenkinson J (2009) Black 1919: riots, racism and resistance in imperial Britain (Introduction). In: Black 1919: Riots, Racism and Resistance in Imperial Britain. Postcolonialism Across the Disciplines, 5, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 1-37.
Jenkinson J (2009) Book review of: The Politics of Vaccination: Practice and Policy in England, Wales, Ireland, and Scotland, 1800-1874, by Deborah Brunton, Rochester, NY, University of Rochester Press, 2008, 268 pp. ISBN-13: 978-1580460361
Vol. 51, No. 3, Special Issue: Papers and Responses from the Sixth Annual Conference of the North American Victorian Studies Association (Spring 2009), pp. 548-550
, Victorian Studies, 51 (3), pp. 548-550.
Jenkinson J (2009) Book review of: The Politics of Vaccination: Practice and Policy in England, Wales, Ireland, and Scotland, 1800–1874, by Deborah Brunton; Rochester and Woodbridge: University of Rochester Press, 2008, pp. xii + 255. ISBN: 978-1580460361., Victorian Studies, 51 (3), pp. 548-550.
Jenkinson J (2008) Book review of: Financing medicine: the British experience since 1750, Martin Gorsky and Sally Sheard eds. Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge, 2006, 272 pp. ISBN-13: 978-0415350259 , Medical History, 52 (4), pp. 548-549.