• KY16 9AR

    United Kingdom

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PhD projects

Modern British Politics 19th and 20th centuries; British Media including Press, Broadcasting and the BBC; News Agencies; Newsreels; Modern British Empire and Decolonisation; Modern South Asia; Modern Indian media, politics and history; M.K. Gandhi; International Communications; First and Second World Wars.

Personal profile

Research overview

I am a Modern British, Imperial and Media Historian. My multidisciplinary research and teaching encompasses the 19th and 20th centuries, including contemporary history. My areas of interest and publications cover a wide range of topics including modern communications; British media and politics; the British Monarchy; the British popular press; the BBC; Imperial propaganda; the First and Second World Wars; Modern South Asia, especially modern India; India under the British Raj; Indian media and politics; M.K. Gandhi; and Decolonisation. I have also published research into Portuguese media and empire, Maltese history, and the Empire and Commonwealth Press Union.

Academic/Professional Qualification

MA, University of Oxford; DPhil, University of Oxford; Fellow, 21st Century Trust, London

Future research

Monograph and edited books on M.K. Gandhi and the Media; a major new book on the BBC and India supported by the award of a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship.


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