Two forthcoming book chapters on history and television

I have two book chapters coming out in the next few months that explore the depiction of history through television comedy and drama.

Firstly Lauren Piko and I have a chapter titled, ‘“Thatcher’s Bloody Britain!”: Unemployment and Gender in Neoliberal Britain in The Young Ones and Men Behaving Badly’, in a collection edited by Helen Davies and Claire O’Callaghan. The collection is called Gender and Austerity in Popular Culture: Femininity, Masculinity and Recession in Film and Television and will be out through IB Tauris at the end of October.

Secondly I have a chapter titled, “Brutalised” Veterans and Tragic Anti-Heroes: Masculinity, Crime and Post-War Trauma in Boardwalk Empire and Peaky Blinders’, in a collection put together by Michael Walsh and Andrekos Varnava. This collection, to be published in December by Routledge, is titled The Great War and the British Empire: Culture and Society.

Do pre-order these books for your institutional library. If you’re interested in specifically reading my chapters, do let me know via email.

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