Mrs Michelle Gordon

Supervised by

  • Dan Stone First/primary/lead supervisor

    1/10/1122/05/14

  • Dan Stone First/primary/lead supervisor

    1/10/115/10/17

Personal profile

My PhD thesis entitled, 'British Colonial Violence in Perak, Sierra Leone and the Sudan', explores three cases of British colonial warfare in the second half of the nineteenth century (completed 2017). 

My work explores Britain's relationship with extreme violence both within and beyond the British Empire and also examines British colonial violence within a wider framework of both European genocidal violence in twentieth-century European warfare and the Holocaust. I am currently working on an article entitled, 'Viewing Violence in the British Empire', based on photographs from the Anglo-Egyptian Reconquest of the Sudan (1896-9).

Email: michellelgordon@hotmail.co.uk

Teaching

Visiting Tutor, Royal Holloway, University of London:

2015/16: Seminar tutor for first-year survey course HS1109: Conflict and Identity in Modern Europe, c.1770-2000. 

Autumn 2015: Seminar tutor for HS2014: The European Crucible, 1914-1947: Politics, Culture and Society (second and third year students).

Spring 2016: Lecture given for the first-year course HS1005: Public History, entitled, 'Sensitive Pasts: Genocide, the Holocaust and Mass Violence in Public History and Memory’.

Visiting Tutor, Queen’s University (Canada) at their UK campus, Bader International Study Centre, East Sussex:

Summer Term 2013: Sole responsibility for teaching and assessing the course INTS221: Comparative Genocide Studies.

 

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