Dr Stephanie Ward
Telephone:+44(0)029 208 75277
Fax:+44 (0)29 208 74929
Location:John Percival Building, Room 4.28
- Economic and social history of modern Wales
- Comparative and regional histories of Britain
- Unemployment, social policy, social and political movements with particular reference to the economic depression of the 1930s in Britain
- Gender history including studies of masculinity, marriage, family and identity in twentieth century Britain
Unemployment and the State in the Depression: The Means Test and Protest in 1930s Britain (Manchester University Press, forthcoming).
‘“The Workers Are in the Mood to Fight the Act”: Protest Against the Means Test 1932-5’, in Matt Perry and Matthias Reiss (eds), Unemployment and Protest: New Perspectives on Two Centuries of Contention (Oxford University Press, 2011).
‘The Means Test and the Unemployed in South Wales and the North-East of England, 1931-39’, Labour History Review, No. 1, Vol. 73 (April, 2008), pp. 113-32.
Year OneModern Wales - 20 credits (HS1104)
History in Practice: Fury, Folly and Footnotes (HS1107)
From King Coal to Col Cymru: Society and Culture in Wales, 1939 – 2000 – 30 credits (HS1756)
Exploring Historical Debate – 30 credits (HS1711)
Year ThreeClass, Protest and Politics: South Wales, 1918-39 - 30 credits (HS1868)
Dissertation - 30 credits (HS1801)
Twentieth-Century Wales: Economy, Politics and Society - 20 credits (HST887)Historiographical Study I: Key themes - 10 credits (HST698)
Historiographical Study II: Key debates - 10 credits (HST699)