Josephine Harmon is a PhD researcher at University College London’s Institute of the Americas. Before her doctoral studies, she worked as a policy researcher and parliamentary aid in UK politics. Her thesis looks at the political ideology of US gun culture. Her specialisms are political thought and ideological development in the modern United States and Europe from 1980 to the present day, and she uses a multilingual approach.

Review: HOTCUS PG & ECR Conference 2018

University of Nottingham

Review: ‘Uses and Abuses of the American Past’, HOTCUS PG & ECR Conference, University of Nottingham, 20 October 2018 ‘Uses and Abuse of American Past’, held on 20 October this year, addressed a variety of contemporary issues. Like the BAAS conference on 1968, scheduled just two weeks later, this conference… Continue reading