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Research in Social and Cultural History

The Global Economy

Research on Social and Cultural History forms an important component of the research culture in the Department. 

Research currently being undertaken includes works on everyday life and the 'economics' of everyday life; museums and heritage in Britain; urban history; 20th century British economic history and policy; and socio-economic change and international relations, as well as on specific projects on the British culture, the arts, and the construction of memory during and after the First World War, migration and transnationalism, material culture and everyday objects, marriage, family and community in Wales (1929-69), women, health and medicine in female print culture (c.1960-80), and the Welsh socialist tradition. 

Members of staff working on Modern British Social, Cultural and Economic History include: