Juliette Pattinson
Lecturer in Social and Cultural History of Twentieth Century Britan and Europe
University of Strathclyde

Dr Juliette Pattinson is a social and cultural historian of twentieth century Britain and Europe, with particular interests in gender, personal testimonies and war. Her monograph Behind Enemy Lines: Gender, Passing and the SOE in the Second World War was published by Manchester University Press in 2007 and her co-edited collection entitled War in a Twilight World: Partisan and Anti-Partisan Warfare in Eastern Europe was published by Palgrave in 2010. She is currently working on a monograph about the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry and is engaged in a new project on men in reserved occupations during the Second World War. She is the Secretary for the Social History Society, Deputy Director of the Scottish Oral History Centre, serves on the steering committees for Women’s History Network and Women’s History Scotland, sits on the editorial board for Women’s History Review and is one of the editors of Women’s History magazine, serves on the advisory board for History Lab Plus and is a member of the Peer Review College for the Arts and Humanities Research Council.