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Qualifications

PhD: ‘”Have you forgotten yet?” Shell shock, Trauma and the Memory of the Great War in Britain, 1914-1939’ (University of the West of England)
MA (University of Wales, Cardiff)
BA (University of the West of England)

Publications

Books
Broken Men: Shell Shock, Treatment and Recovery in Britain 1914-30 (Hambeldon Continuum: 2010) [Paperback version, 2011]

Kath Holden and Fiona Reid (eds.) Women on the Move: Refugees, Migration and Exile (Cambridge Scholars, February 2010)

Sharif Gemie, Fiona Reid and Laure Humbert, Outcast Europe, 1936-1948: Refugee Experiences in an Era of Total War (Hambledon Continuum, 2011)

Academic Articles
‘Post Traumatic Stress Disorder’ Encyclopaedia of War (Wiley Blackwell, 2011).

Sharif Gemie and Fiona Reid, ‘Constructing Citizenship? – Women, Welfare and Refugees (France, 1939-1940)’, Women’s History Review (July 2010)

Popular Articles
‘Christmas in the Camps: The Friends’ Relief Service and Christmas
celebrations amongst Displaced Persons 1945-1948’ BBC History
(December, 2010).

‘From First Remembrance to Remembrance Today’ BBC History November 1918 (November, 2009) 44-46.

External

I am the regional secretary for the Women’s History Network and am currently co-organizing the national annual conference which will be held at the University of Cardiff in September 2012. The conference is entitled ‘Women, State and Nation: Creating Gendered identities’. See http://www.womenshistorynetwork.org/annualconf.html

I sit on the committee of the National Army Records Society and am a regular speaker at the National Army Museum,Chelsea, London.

Research

Social and medical history of the First World War in Britain and France.
History of veteran welfare in Britain during the inter-war period
History of the social impact of the Second World War in Britain and France
History of refugees in Europe

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