Dr Juliette Pattinson
Tel : +44 (0)141 548 2227 (Ext. 2227)
- Our Secret War (Principal investigator)
- MASCULINITIES CHALLENGED? GENDER IDENTITIES IN THE WARTIME RESERVED OCCUPATIONS IN BRITAIN, 1939-1945 (Principal investigator)
- The First Aid Yeomanry and the Special Operations Executive: an oral history analysis of gendered subjectives during the second world war (Principal investigator)
- An application to the AHRC for a two-year research project, entitled Masculinities Challenged?: Men in the Reserved Occupations in Second World War Britain’, was successful. This begins in Jan 2013 with myself as PI, Prof Arthur McIvor as CI and Dr Linsey Robb as the Research Associate.
- A monograph is currently being drafted following research funding (2006/7) from the ESRC for a project entitled 'The First Aid Nursing Yeomanry and the Special Operations Executive: An Oral History Analysis of gendered subjectivities in the Second World War'.
- V1305 Life under the Nazis: Persecution, opposition and resistance
- V1102 Nineteenth Century British History
- V1103 Twentieth Century British History
- V1963 MSc War and Society, 1914-1945: A Comparative Approach
- V1454/V1455 Britain's Home Front: Myths and Memories of the People's War
- V1378 Oral History Theory and Method
Dr Juliette Pattinson is a social and cultural historian of Twentieth Century Britain and Europe, with particular interests in gender, personal testimonies and war. She has a BA, MA and Ph.D., all from Lancaster University. She is currently the History Subject Leader.
Recent and Forthcoming Publications
- “‘The thing that made me hesitate…’: Re-examining gendered intersubjectivities in interviews with British secret war veterans”, in Women's History Review Vol 20, No. 2, pp. 245-263 (2011).
- ‘Passing unnoticed in a French crowd’: The passing performances of British SOE agents in Occupied France National Identities, Volume 12 Issue 3, pp.291-308 (2010)
- With Ben Shepherd, co-editor, War in a Twilight World: Partisan and Anti-Partisan Warfare in Eastern Europe (Palgrave, 2010).
- “'Turning a pretty girl into a killer’: Women, violence and clandestine operations during the Second World War”, in F. Alexander & K. Throsby, Gender and Interpersonal Violence: Language, Action and Representation, (Palgrave, 2008)
- With Ben Shepherd (eds.) Special Edition of the Journal of Strategic Studies on Partisan and Anti-Partisan Warfare in German-Occupied Europe, 1939-1945, Vol. 31, No.5 (2008)
- Behind Enemy Lines: Gender, Passing and the SOE in the Second World War (Manchester University Press, 2007, Paperback out 2011)
- “‘Playing the daft lassie with them’: Gender, captivity and the Special Operations Executive during the Second World War", in European Review of History, Vol.13. No.2, Summer, (2006)
- "'The Best Disguise': Performing Femininities for Clandestine Purposes During the Second World War" in A.K. Smith, (ed.), Gender and Warfare in the Twentieth Century: Textual Representations (Manchester: MUP, 2004)
- Secret War: A Pictorial Record of the Special Operations Executive, (London: Caxton, 2001)
- Member of the Scottish Oral History Centre
- Member of the Editorial Board for Women's History Review (since 2010)
- Member of the Peer Review College for the AHRC (since 2009)
- Panel member of the AHRC (History, Thought and Systems of Belief, 2011; Fellowships Panel, 2012)
- Secretary of the Social History Society (2008-11)
- Co-editor of Women’s History magazine (2010-12)
- Member of the Steering Committee for Women’s History Network (2009-12)
- Member of the Advisory Board for History Lab Plus (2009-12)
- Member of the Steering Committee for Women’s History Scotland (2007-12)