Academic profiles

Kristen Alexander (University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia) –  The responses to captivity of Australian prisoners of war in Stalag Luft III.

Stacey Astill (Centre for Manx Studies, Liverpool University) – Material culture and identity within European POW camps

David Boyne (University of Sussex) – British other ranks in captivity in Asia during the Second World War

Gilly Carr (University of Cambridge) – Conflict Archaeology and Heritage Studies, Captivity in the Channel Islands

Emile Coetzee (North-West University, Mafikeng Campus) – Survival strategies of Transvaal Scottish Regiment (TS) Prisoners of War during World War II

Abigail Coppins (English Heritage) – Curator of Archaeological Collections, West Region

Susan Carruthers (Rutgers University) –  “Re-education” interrogation and coercion in prisoner of war camps, both as lived experience and as constructed in popular culture

Neil Davie (Université Lumière Lyon 2) – French prisoners of war held in Britain during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, especially Dartmoor Prison (1809-1815)

Brian K. Feltman (Georgia Southern University) – German Prisoners, British Captors, and Manhood in the Great War and Beyond

Karen Horn (Stellenbosch University) – South African Prisoner-of War (POW) experience during and after World War II

Isabella Insolvibile (Università degli Studi di Napoli) – Italian Prisoners of War in Great Britain

Alan Jeffreys (Imperial War Museum) – Far East Prisoner of War (FEPOW) material and civilian internees’ embroideries, 1941-1945

Matthew Johnson (University of Waikato) – New Zealand POWs during World War Two

Edmund King (The Open University) – Lived experience of captivity among British and Australian prisoners of war during World War I

Fehim Kuruloglu (Gaziosmanpasa University, Turkey) – Turkish POW newspapers

Clare Makepeace (Birkbeck College, University of London) – British prisoners of war held in Germany and Italy during the Second World War

Alan Malpass (Sheffield Hallam University) – Interactions between British civilians and prisoners of war (POWs) in Britain between 1939 and 1948

Sean McGlynn (The Open University) – Maltreatment of prisoners and non-combatants in medieval warfare

Lizzie Oliver  (University of Leeds and Imperial War Museum) – Life-writing of British troops held by the Japanese in World War II 

J. Grant Repshire (University of Exeter partnered with the Gloucestershire Archives) – ‘The Papers of FW Harvey’, poet and prisoner  of war during World War I 

Terry Smyth (University of Essex) Impact of Far East POW experiences on second generation

Jean-Michel Turcotte (Université Laval, Québec) – German prisoners of war during World War II in Britain, the USA and Canada

Christina Twomey (Monash University) – Allied POWs of Japan in World War Two; the development of the concentration camp.

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