Dr Marc Wiggam

Contact details

Name:
Dr Marc Wiggam
Position:
Post-doctoral Researcher: Ministry of Information Project
Institute:
Institute of English Studies
Email address:
marcpatrick.wiggam@sas.ac.uk

Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
Communications, Digital resources, Modern History
Regions:
Europe, United Kingdom
Languages:
Spoken Written
German Good Intermediate
Publication Details

Related publications/articles:

Date Details
02-Apr-2018 The British Press during the Second World War

Monographs

 Oxford University Press Monograph - 2018

08-Nov-2017 Speaking and Listening - the Ministry Abroad

Research aids

Blog post

26-Jul-2017 Arcs of Thought: How the Ministry Imagined Britain

Conference papers

 Conference presentation

26-Jul-2017 The British Ministry of Information in the Far East

Conference papers

 Conference presentation

30-Jun-2017 The Blackout in Britain and Germany, 1939-1945

Monographs

Palgrave

24-May-2017 Skulduggery in the National Interest: the Ministry and Reuters

Research aids

Blog post

03-Feb-2017 Orwell, 1984 and the Ministry

Research aids

 Blog post

01-Jan-2017 Sian Nicholas, Tom O’Malley and Marc Wiggam, (2017), The British Press during the Second World War, (Oxford: Oxford University Press) (Forthcoming)

Edited Book

30-Nov-2016 Awkward Allies: the Ministry's domestic policy for the Soviet Union

Research aids

Blog post

21-Oct-2016 Speaking and Listening – the Ministry beyond London

Blog post

01-Dec-2015 Marc Wiggam, (2015), ‘The Structure of Foreign News in British Newspapers, 1939-1945’, (forthcoming).

Articles

01-Sep-2011 Lindsey Dodd and Marc Wiggam, 'Civil Defence as a Harbinger of War in France and Britain during the Inter-war Period', Synergies Royaume Uni et Irlande, 4 (2011), pp.139-150.

Articles

01-Sep-2011 Marc Wiggam, (2011), ‘The Blackout and the Idea of Community in Britain and Germany during the Second World War’, in: Richard Overy et al. (eds.), Bombing, States and Peoples in Western Europe, 1940-1945, (London: Continuum).

Chapters

Research Projects & Supervisions

Research projects:

Details
'Make Do and Mend': A Publishing and Communication History of the Ministry of Information, 1939-45

A Social and Cultural History of the British Press in the Second World War

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