Dr Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite, UCL
Florence is a historian of twentieth-century Britain, focusing particularly on class and gender. Her first book was published in 2018 and is called Class, Politics and the Decline of Deference in England, 1968-2000.
Dr Natalie Thomlinson, University of Reading
Natalie is a historian of modern Britain, specialising in the study of feminism, gender and race. Her first book was entitled Race, Ethnicity and the Women's Movement in England, 1968-1993 and was published in 2016.
Dr Victoria Dawson, UCL
Victoria is a historian of twentieth-century Britain, specialising in working-class and women's history. Her PhD thesis was called Women and Rugby League: Gender, Class and Community in the North of England, 1880-1970.
Dr Jessica Hammett, UCL
Jess is a historian of twentieth-century Britain; her doctoral research examined civil defence in the Second World War. She has worked extensively on public history and public engagement and is Public Engagement Associate on the project.
Our academic mentor at UCL is Professor Melvyn Stokes.
Our advisory board is made up of: