Conferences and presentations
Rethinking and Reframing the 'Everyday': New Approaches to Women's Health in Britain, 1960-1990
Society for the Social History of Medicine Biennial Conference, Conformity, Resistance, Dialogue and Deviance in Health and Medicine, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 13/7/2018
Mediating Emotion, Making Trauma: Doctors, Patients and the Construction of "Shell-Shock" in First World War Britain
Invited presentation, Uncovering Civilian War Trauma among Female Belgian Refugees in Scotland During the First World War Workshop Series, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 13/10/2017
Blind Spots and Moments of Estrangement: Subjectivity, Class and Education in British Autobiographical Histories, Senses, Emotions and the Affective Turn: International Society for Cultural History Annual Conference, Umeå University, Sweden, June 2017.
Umeå, Sweden, 2017
Shell-Shock, Scientific Story-Telling, and Emotion: Changes in Medical Writing and in Doctor-Patient Relationships in First World War Britain, Doctor, Doctor: Global and Historical Perspectives on the Doctor-Patient Relationship, Oxford University, March 2017.
Oxford, United Kingdom, 2017
Case A1. Private, 24 Years of Age: Individuals, Emotions and Scientific Story-Telling. Keynote lecture, War & Emotions symposium, Melbourne Museum, 17-18 September 2015.
Melbourne, Australia, 2015
Biology, Trauma and History: Shell-Shock in British Medical Literature and Fiction, c. 1914-1930, Biological Discourses: The Language of Science and Literature around 1900 Conference, University of Cambridge, April 2015.
Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2015
Graham Greene, Psychoanalysis and the Modern in Interwar Britain, Being Modern: Science and Culture in the Early 20th Century Conference, Institute of Historical Research, April 2015.
Institute of Historical Research, London, United Kingdom, 2015
Animal Bodies: Biology, Trauma and Shell-Shock in First World War Britain, Royal Historical Society Symposium, Conflict in Historical Perspective, January 2015.
Emotion, Character and Self-Control: Shell-Shock, the First World War, and Medical Understandings of Human Nature, History Research Seminar, Essex University, November 2014.
Colchester, United Kingdom, 2014
Divided Selves: Graham Greene and Psychoanalysis in Interwar Britain, Graham Greene International Festival, September 2014.
Berkhamsted, United Kingdom, 2014
Constructing and Re-constructing Trauma: Psychological Medicine and the Creation and Transformation of Discursive Communities, c. 1914-1945, (Re)Constructing Communities in Europe, 1918-1968 Conference, Radbourd University Nijmegen, Netherlands, December 2013.
Nijmegen, Netherlands, 2013
Minding the Gap: History in Practice and Approaches to First Year Undergraduate Learning, Teaching History in Higher Education, Higher Education Academys 15th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference for Historians in Higher Education, September 2013.
York, United Kingdom, 2013
You are a hero: Masculinity and Will in British Medical Discourse on Shell-Shock, c. 1914-1920, History of Psychiatry Seminar, Oxford Brookes University, February 2013.
Oxford, United Kingdom, 2013
Feminism, Femininity, and (In)Fertility: Popular Discourses on Gender and Reproduction in 1970s Britain and Beyond, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine History Centre Seminar Series, January 2015.
London, United Kingdom, 1970