Selected recent publications in the form of monographs, co-authored books, edited collections of essays, chapters, journal articles
Foreword: Dawson, Graham. Foreword to Juliette Pattinson and Linsey Robb (eds), Men, Masculinities and Male Culture in the Second World War, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave MacMillan, forthcoming.
Edited booklet: Dawson, Graham, with Sacha van Leeuwen (eds),The Brighton ‘Grand Hotel’ Bombing: History, Memory and Political Theatre (Working Papers on Memory, Narrative and Histories, no.2), Brighton: University of Brighton, 2017, forthcoming.
Chapter: Dawson, Graham. ‘Storytelling in “post-conflict” times: Practices, forms, experiences and subjectivities’, in Stefanie Lehner and Cillian McGrattan (eds), The Promise of Peace in Northern Ireland, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2017 forthcoming.
Journal article: Dawson, Graham. ‘The meaning of “moving on”: From trauma to the history and memory of emotions in “post-conflict” Northern Ireland’, in Moving Memory, a special issue of the Irish University Review 47:1, Spring/Summer 2017, forthcoming.
Chapter: Dawson, Graham. ‘Memory, the afterlife of emotion, and “post-conflict” temporalities in conflict transformation after the Irish Troubles’, in Marguérite Corporaal, Christopher Cusack and Ruud van den Beuken (eds), Irish Studies and the Dynamics of Memory (Re-imagining Ireland series), Oxford: Peter Lang, 2017, pp. 257-96. ISBN 978-3-0343-2236-2.
Editors’ Introduction: Dawson, Graham and Stephen Hopkins, ‘Introduction: The Northern Ireland Troubles in Britain: Impacts, Engagements, Legacies and Memories’, in Graham Dawson, Jo Dover and Stephen Hopkins (eds), The Northern Ireland Troubles in Britain: Impacts, Engagements, Legacies and Memories, Manchester University Press, 2017 (369 pp.), pp. 1–17. ISBN 978 0 7190 9632 7.
Edited book: Dawson, Graham and Jo Dover and Stephen Hopkins (eds), The Northern Ireland Troubles in Britain: Impacts, Engagements, Legacies and Memories, Manchester University Press, 2017 (368 pp.), ISBN 978 0 7190 9632 7.
Chapter: Dawson, Graham. ‘Memoryscapes, Spatial Legacies of Conflict, and the Culture of Historical Reconciliation in “Post-Conflict” Belfast’, in Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela (ed.), Breaking Cycles of Repetition: A Global Dialogue on Historical Trauma and Memory, Opladen, Berlin & Toronto: Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2016, pp. 57-80. ISBN 978-3-8474-0613-6.
Journal article: Noakes, Lucy. ‘A Broken Silence: Mass Observation, Armistice Day and Everyday Life in Britain, 1937-1941’, Journal of European Studies. 45: 4, 2016, 3310346.
Journal article: Garcia Gonzalez, Andrea. 'Out Of The Box: Punk and the Concept of 'Community' in Ireland'. Liverpool Postgraduate Journal of Irish Studies. 2016. Vol. 1, no1. pp. 39-52.
Journal article: Gazeley, Ian, Gutierrez Rufrancos, Hector, Newell, Andrew, Reynolds, Kevin and Searle, Rebecca (2016) The poor and the poorest, 50 years on: evidence from British Household Expenditure surveys of the 1950s and 1960s. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A (Statistics in Society). ISSN 0964-1998.
Madden, Deborah. ‘Prophecy in the Age of Revolution’, in Andrew Crome (ed.), Prophecy and Eschatology in the Transatlantic World, 1550-1800 (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).
Madden, Deborah. ‘Education and Manners’, in Richard Whatmore and Brian Young (eds), Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Intellectual History (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016).
Gazeley, Ian, Gutierrez Rufrancos, Hector, Newell, Andrew, Reynolds, Kevin and Searle, Rebecca (2016) The poor and the poorest, 50 years on: evidence from British Household Expenditure Surveys of the 1950s and 1960s, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A. ISSN 0964-1998.
Journal article: Carpenter-Latiri, Dora (2016) Tunisiennes du livre: rencontres avec 15 femmes remarquables après la révolution Expressions Maghrebines, 15 (2). ISSN 1540-0085.
Journal article: Carpenter-Latiri, Dora (2016) The sacrificial sheep in three French-North African film: displacements and reappropriations Journal of African Cinemas, 8 (1). pp. 57-73. ISSN 1754-9221.
Chapter: Dawson, Graham. 'The Theory of Popular Memory and the Contested Memories of the Second World War in Britain', in Katharina Hoffmann, Herbert Mehrtens and Silke Wenk (eds), Myths, Gender and the Military Conquest of Air and Sea, Volume 14 of Oldenburger Beiträge zur Geschlechterforschung
Journal article: Noakes, Lucy. ‘Gendering Grief in Second World War Britain’, Journal of War and Culture Studies. 8:1 February 2015. 72-85
Chapter: Noakes, Lucy. ‘Popular Memory of the Second World War’, in M. Geyer & A. Tooze (eds.), Cambridge History of World War Two. Volume III: Economy, Society, Culture at War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2015)
Chapter: Noakes, Lucy. ‘What Does it Mean to be British? Mass Observing the Nation in the Second World War’ in J. Pattinson & W. Ugolini (eds.), Fighting for Britain? Negotiating Identities in Britain During the Second World War, (Edinburgh: Peter Lang. 2015)
Review: Carpenter-Latiri, Dora (2015) A review of ‘Memoirs of a woman doctor’ Medical Humanities. ISSN 1468-215X
Journal article: Wincott, A. Heritage in danger or mission accomplished? Diverging accounts of endangerment, conservation and ‘heritage’ vegetables in print and online. Food, Culture and Society, December 2015, 18 (4): 569-588.
Madden, Deborah. ‘Medicine on Demand: John Wesley’s Enlightened Treatment of the Sick’, in Robert Webster (ed.), Perfecting Perfection: Essays in Honour of Henry D. Rack (Cambridge: James Clarke & Co., 2015).
Guest editor: Noakes, Lucy (with J. Pattinson & W. Ugolini). Special Issue (Volume 7, No. 3, August 2014) of the Journal of War and Culture Studies 'Incarceration in the Second World War'; and co-author, with the same collaborators, of the Introduction: 'Incarcerated Masculinities: Male POWs and the Second World War', pp. 179-90. ISSN 1752-6272 (print) and 1752-6280 (online)
Monograph: Philips, Deborah. Writing Romance: Post-war Women's Fiction 1945 to Today (updated second edition with two new chapters), London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2014, 224 pp. ISBN: 9781441104267.
Chapter: Dawson, Graham. Masculinities and "the Terrorist" in Conflict Transformation: Representation, Identity and Reconciliation in "Post-conflict" Northern Ireland', in Sue Malvern and Gabriel Koureas (eds), Terrorist Trangressions: Gender and the Visual Culture of the Terrorist, London: I.B. Tauris, 2014, pp. 157–80. ISBN 978-1-78076-701-7.
Chapter: Dawson, Graham. 'Life Stories, Trauma and the Politics of Memory in the Irish Peace Process', in Oona Frawley (ed.), Memory Ireland, vol. 3: The Famine and the Troubles, Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2014, pp. 195-214. ISBN 978-0-8156-3351-8.
Chapter: Palmer, Catherine. ‘Afterword: The Experience of “Matter out of Place“ ', in Andrews, H. (ed.) Tourism and Violence, pp. 233-242. Farnham: Ashgate, 2014. ISBN: 978-1-4094-3641-6
Journal article: Dawson, Graham. 'The Desire for Justice, Psychic Reparation and the Politics of Memory in "Post-conflict" Northern Ireland', Rethinking History, special issue: Historical Justice (ed. Klaus Neumann), online publication <http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13642529.2013.858450, November 2013; print edition vol. 18, no. 2, 2014.
Searle, Rebecca (2014) Is there anything real about real wages? A history of the official British cost of living index, 1914–62Economic History Review, 68 (1). pp. 145-166. ISSN 0013-0117
Searle, Rebecca (2014) The War Artists' Advisory Committee and the Bombing of Germany Making History, Colombo Art Biennale, Sri Lanka.
Monograph: Bramall, Rebecca. The Cultural Politics of Austerity: Past and Present in Austerity Times, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2013, pp. 178. ISBN 9780 230360471. The book published research that also shaped the CMNH Annual Symposium 2012, ‘History, Memory and Green Imaginaries’, Grand Parade, University of Brighton, 30 November 2012.
Edited book: Noakes, Lucy and Juliette Pattinson (eds). British Cultural Memory and the Second World War, London, Bloomsbury, 2013, pp. 224. ISBN 9781441142269 p/b; 9781-4411-60577 h/b. The book develops out of the ‘World War Two: Popular Culture and Cultural Memory’ conference, Grand Parade, University of Brighton, July 2011, hosted and co-organised by CMNH.
Journal article: Bramall, R. ‘The austerity larder: mapping food systems in a new age of austerity’, Journal of Consumer Culture, 2013. doi: 10.1177/1469540513493208
Chapter: Bramall, R. ’Memory, Meaning and Multidirectionality: ‘Remembering Austerity Britain, in Noakes, L. & Pattinson J. (eds.) British Cultural Memory of the Second World War, Bloomsbury: London, 2013, 195-212
Chapter: Noakes, L. . & Pattinson, J. ‘Introduction: Keep Calm and Carry On: the Cultural Memory of the Second World War in Britain’, in British Cultural Memory of the Second World War, Bloomsbury: London, 2013, 1-24
Chapter: Noakes, L. ‘War on the Web: The BBC’s ‘People’s War Website and Memories of Fear in Wartime in 21st century Britain’, in British Cultural Memory of the Second World War, Bloomsbury: London, 2013, 47-66.
Chapter: Wincott, A. The allotment in the restaurant: the paradox of foody austerity and changing food values. In P. Bennett and J. McDougall (Eds) Hard Times Today: Austerity, myth and Popular Culture, Abingdon: Routledge, 2013, 28-41.
Journal article: Bramall, R. ‘Popular culture and anti-austerity protest’, Journal of European Popular Culture 3(1), 2012: 9-22.
Chapter: Dawson, Graham. 'Storytelling, Imaginative Fiction and the Representation of Victims of the Irish Troubles: A Cultural Analysis of Deirdre Madden's One by One in the Darkness', in Lesley Lelourec and Gráinne O'Keeffe-Vigneron (eds), Ireland and Victims: Confronting the Past, Forging the Future (Re-imagining Ireland series), Oxford: Peter Lang, 2012, pp. 139-58. ISBN 9783034307925
Journal article: Bramall, Rebecca. ‘Dig for victory! Anti-consumerism, austerity, and new historical subjectivities’, Subjectivity 4(1), 2011: 68-86. (Developed out of paper delivered to MNH seminar in 2010.)
Monograph: Philips, Deborah. Fairground Attractions: A Genealogy of the Pleasure Ground, London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2011. (The genesis, research and writing of this monograph largely predates the establishment of the Centre, though it contributes to the its area of interest in popular and public histories, and indeed helps to define a distinctive Centre approach in this area.)
Journal article: Noakes, Lucy. 'From war service to domestic service: Ex-servicemen and the free passage scheme 1919-22', in Twentieth Century British History, 22 (1), 2011.
Magazine article: Noakes, Lucy. Ex-servicemen and the free passage scheme 1919-22, BBC History Magazine, 2011.
Chapter: Dawson, Graham. ‘Father Daly’s White Hanky: Survivor Memories, Collective Memory, and the Postmemory of Bloody Sunday in the Irish Troubles’, in Lucy Burke, Simon Faulkner and Jim Aulich (eds), The Politics of Cultural Memory, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010, pp. 230-52. ISBN (10): 1-84718-934-2, ISBN (13): 9781847189349
Journal article: Carroll, S. (2010) “'Danger Official Secrets' and The Spies for Peace: Discretion and Disclosure in the Committee of 100”, History Workshop Journal, Issue 69. Spring edition.
The Centre has established its own publication platform. An occasional series, Working Papers on Memory, Narrative and Histories, in simultaneous booklet and online formats (ISSN print 2045–8290/online 2045–8304), will enable publication of symposium and conference papers and other work in the Centre's areas of interest by University researchers (including graduate students) and visiting speakers, on the model of the influential 'Working Papers in Cultural Studies' published by the Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies in the 1970s/80s. The booklets are available to purchase at CMNH events or by email. Each issue, and individual chapters, are also available to download from this website.
Issue no. 1: Memory, Narrative and Histories: Critical Debates, New Trajectories (Working Papers on Memory, Narrative and Histories, no.1), ed. Graham Dawson, Brighton: University of Brighton, 2012 (74 pp.). Comprises papers from the Centre's launch symposium.
Issue no. 2: The Brighton ‘Grand Hotel’ Bombing: History, Memory and Political Theatre (Working Papers on Memory, Narrative and Histories, no.2), ed. Graham Dawson, Brighton: University of Brighton, forthcoming. Comprises papers from the symposium held at Grand Parade, University of Brighton, 15th–16th Oct 2014.
For details about Working Papers series and downloadable pdfs see here
Carpenter-Latiri, Dora: post–sabbatical exhibition ‘Tunisian women of the book’ was shown at the University of Brighton (November-December 2014) and was part of the ‘Legacies of the Avant-Garde: Experimental Writings 1960-2014’ symposium. The exhibition was shown in Toronto at the Fairmont Hotel Imperial room during the Northeast Modern Language Association 46th Annual Convention (April 30-May 3, 2015) with a presentation at the “21st C Tunisian Women Writers’ Literary Production” session, part of French and Francophone studies programhttps://nemla.org/convention/2015/cfp.html.
The ‘Tunisian Women of the Book’ exhibition was also selected by international committee and granted full funding for the International Photo Festival of Ghar El Melh in June 2015 in Tunisia; I presented it with narratives in English, French and Arabic:
‘Healing War through Art’, at the Gallery, Grand Parade, University of Brighton, 16th April- 9th May, 2014. Lucy Noakes and Sam Carroll facilitated an exhibition curated by Dr Gill Scott and Visiting Researchers in the School of Humanities, Dr Pawel Leszkowicz and Dr Tomasz Kitlinski, about the Brighton Pavilion Hospital for Limbless Soldiers where, from 1916-1919, over 6,000 men were admitted for treatment, recuperation and retraining. It included images and text from the soldiers' publication, Pavilion Blues, and explored their local experience as adult learners at the purpose-built Queen Mary Workshop, and the Art School. Using material from the Royal Pavilion and Museums, Brighton and Hove, and the University of Brighton Design Archive, its historic interest resonates with contemporary debates about war, disability and military rehabilitation. The exhibition was acompanied by a supporting seminar at Grand Parade on 7th May 2014.
‘Tunisian Women of the Book. Encounters with remarkable women’, at the café area, Grand Parade, University of Brighton, 21 November–5 December 2014. Curated by Dr Dora Carpenter-Latiri in collaboration with Simon Sandys, this exhibition presented photo-portraits of women writers, editors, and artists with narratives about their creative practice and life histories; and addresses indirectly important issues such as the role/place of women and nationhood/ national identity in Post-Revolution Tunisia. The exhibition will tour in Toronto (2015), and Paris, Marseille, and Tunis (2015 tbc).
Photography: Dr Dora Carpenter-Latiri’s photograph, ‘Torsion’, was selected for inclusion in the Luciano Benetton Collection’s ‘Imago Mundi: L’Arte dell’Umanità’ project, Tunisia: Turbulences. Contemporary Artists from Tunisia. Dedicated to post-Revolution Tunisia, the ‘Turbulences’ exhibition, including ‘Torsion’, was exhibited at the Dak’Art Biennale in Dakar, Senegal, 2014; at Aranciera di Villa Borghese in Rome, November-December 2014; and will be shown in Venice at the 2015 Biennale. Includes a catalogue, Tunisia: Turbulences. Contemporary Artists from Tunisia (texts by Luciano Benetton, Leila Souissi, and Aïcha Filali), [Villorba, Italy]: Fabrica, 2014, 535 pp. ISBN 9788898764198.