W. H. George, The Cinema in School (1935)

Peer-reviewed articles

‘“Accustomed to female domination”: Women, mass media and animal intimacy in interwar Britain’, Environmental History, Volume 27, Issue 1 (2022),

‘Cultural History and Modern Science’, The Historical Journal, (FirstView, 2021),

‘The ciné-biologists: natural history film and the co-production of knowledge in interwar Britain’, British Journal for the History of Science, Volume 53, Issue 4 (2020), 527-551, (Runner-up for the Royal Historical Society’s Alexander Prize 2021)

‘Light, Vision and Observation in Norman Nicholson’s Topographical Notes’, Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, Volume 96, Issue 2 (2020), 133-148,


‘James G. Mansell, The Age of Noise in Britain’, Cultural History, Volume 7, Issue 1 (2018), 111–113,

‘Andrew Gaedtke, Modernism and the Machinery of Madness’, Rethinking History (2018), 611-613,

‘Brian Hochman, Savage Preservation’, History of Anthropology Newsletter, 2017,

Other publications

‘Max Long – Historian Highlight’, Doing History in Public, 27May 2021,

‘Secrets of Nature’, ViewFinder Magazine, Issue 117 (March 2021),

‘Doing a PhD with Narcolepsy’, The Cambridge Researcher, 1 April 2020,

‘Film archives: using moving images as historical sources’, Doing History in Public, 3 September 2019,

‘Uncivilised Mountaineers’, The Cambridge Humanities Review, Issue 17, 2018,—uncivilised-mountaineers.html.

‘Patrick Leigh Fermor, Memory and the process of revision’ in Patrick Leigh Fermor: The Journey Continues, Mouseio Benaki Journal, 9th Supplement (Athens, 2017), 199-208.