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I have been a Lecturer in International History at Salford since January 2014. Before this I completed my AHRC funded doctoral research on intelligence and security during the post-war Attlee government, 1945-1951. My research looks at the post-war interface between intelligence and policy in Britain.
I am willing to supervise dissertations on a range of topics including Britain and the Cold War, British intelligence and security, and contemporary intelligence and security issues. Recent subjects include British policy towards the Soviet Union, 1945-1949, the impact of the Suez crisis on British decolonisation, the development of British counter-insurgency in Malaya and Kenya, and post-war strategic deception.
My book Intelligence, Security and the Attlee Government, 1945 - 1951 is available from Manchester University Press, and I have publlished in the Journal of Intelligence History, Intelligence and National Security and The Historical Journal. I have contributed to The Conversation UK, BBC History Magazine and History Today, as well as discussions on ITV Granada, BBC Radio Scotland, Channel 5 News, Sputnik and other media outlets.
- Intelligence and Conflict: British Intelligence at War (MAISS and MAISS-DL)
- The Secret State: Domestic Security in Britain, 1883-2013 (MAISS and MAISS-DL)
- Intelligence, Security and Politics in Britain (Level 5).
- Britain and the Cold War (Level 5).
- International History, 1789-1914 (Level 5).
- International History I, 1889-1945 (Level 4).
- International History II, 1945-2001 (Level 4).
Other Modules Contributed to:
- Issues in Intelligence (MAISS and MAISS-DL)
- Researching in History (Level 5)
- Introduction to Intelligence & Security Studies (Level 4)
Programme Leader, MA in Intelligence & Security Studies by part-time distance learning.
Admissions Lead (Politics and Contemporary Hiistory).