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Goldsmiths, University of London
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Anglo-Irish, newspapers, British politics, empires and colonisalism
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About Me

My interdisciplinary research explores the relationship between media and politics in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. I am particularly interested in the coverage of national questions. Broader themes of interest include colonialism, democracy, and language. My thesis and forthcoming monograph, ‘Miserable conflict and confusion’: The Irish Question in British Newspapers, 1916-22, examines British newspaper coverage of Ireland from the aftermath of the Easter Rising to the ratification of the Anglo-Irish Treaty.

My next project works on drawing connections with the Irish question and the American press. I am also undertaking an article on my grandmother’s journey from Ireland to America, utilizing correspondences and ephemera to consider her emigration journey and news from ‘home’.

Recent Publications

‘A double claim to be consulted’: the Pankhurst sisters’ newspaper coverage of Ireland, 1912–18, Women’s History Review, 2020.
DOI: 10.1080/09612025.2020.1723209

Media Coverage
Country Focus
England, Ireland
Expertise by Geography
England, Ireland, United Kingdom
Expertise by Chronology
19th century, 20th century
Expertise by Topic
Colonialism, Gender, Government, Military, Politics, Rebellion & Revolution, Religion, Women, World War I