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Dr Guy Hodgson

Publications

Highlighted publications

Hodgson GR. 2017. It Makes Me Spit: The Public and Newspaper Reaction to the UK Government's Threat to Suppress the Daily Mirror Conflict Trauma and the Media: A Collection of Essays :107-127 Cambridge Scholars. Cambridge, UK

Hodgson GR. 2017. Nurse, martyr, propaganda tool: the reporting of Edith Cavell in British newspapers 1915-1920 Media, War and Conflict, >DOI

Hodgson GR. 2016. Too big to love? Manchester United, Local Identity and Mediatised Displacement Roberts SG. Sport, Media and Regional Identity Cambridge Scholars

Hodgson GR. 2015. War Torn: Manchester, its Press and the Luftwaffe's Blitz of 1940 University of Chester Press 9-781908-258151

Journal article

Hodgson GR. 2018. Simultaneously dismal, yet hopeful: The write places in history European Journal of Communication, 33 :445-449 >DOI

Hodgson GR. 2017. Nurse, martyr, propaganda tool: the reporting of Edith Cavell in British newspapers 1915-1920 Media, War and Conflict, >DOI

Hodgson GR. 2015. “Too ghastly to believe”? Liverpool, the press and the May Blitz of 1941 Journalism Education, 4 :80-89

Hodgson GR. 2007. Sir Nevile Henderson, Appeasement and the Press Journalism Studies, :320-334

Chapters

Hodgson GR. 2018. Causing Unnecessary Anxiety?: British Newspapers and the Battle of Jutland Hart C. World War I: Media, Entertainment and Popular Culture :101-122 Midrash 9781905984213

Hodgson GR. 2017. It Makes Me Spit: The Public and Newspaper Reaction to the UK Government's Threat to Suppress the Daily Mirror Conflict Trauma and the Media: A Collection of Essays :107-127 Cambridge Scholars. Cambridge, UK

Hodgson GR. 2017. Introduction Conflict, Trauma and the Media: A Collection of Essays :1-11 Cambridge Scholars. Cambridge, UK

Hodgson GR. 2016. Too big to love? Manchester United, Local Identity and Mediatised Displacement Roberts SG. Sport, Media and Regional Identity Cambridge Scholars

Hodgson GR. 2014. All in This Together? An Examination of Manchester Newspapers in the Aftermath of the 1940 Christmas Blitz Hart C, Hodgson G, Roberts S. World War II and the Media :86-109 University of Chester 978-1-910481-00-4

Hodgson GR. 2007. Newspaper Journalism Gregory G, Healy R, Mazierska E. Careers in Media and Film :161-171 Sage. London 978-1412923729

Hodgson GR. The Changing Face of Sports Journalism and its Relationship to Hard News Anderson PJ, Ward G. The Future of Journalism in the Advanced Democracies :157-174 Ashgate. Aldershot, Hampshire 978-0-7546-4405-7

Book

Hodgson GR. 2015. War Torn: Manchester, its Press and the Luftwaffe's Blitz of 1940 University of Chester Press 9-781908-258151

Conference publication

Hodgson GR. All In This Together? Manchester Newspapers and the Voices of Discontent in WW2 Chester Centre for Research in Arts and Media Conference

Hodgson GR. Manchester Newspapers in WW2 Conflict Studies Symposium, University of Salford, April 2013. Conflict Studies Symposium.

Other

Hodgson GR. Propaganda Sheets History Today, :4-5

Engagement & Impact

Highlighted activities

Fellowships:

Fellow, Royal Historical Society, Royal Historical Society

Fellow, Higher Education Association, HEA

Professional activities

Conference presentation:

Causing Unnecessary Concern?: How the Battle of Jutland was Reported in British Newspapers, First World War at Sea, National Maritime Museum, Oral presentation 08/11/2018

Munich Air Crash 1958: What if?, Munich 60 Years On: How British Sport Changed, Manchester Metropolitan University, Oral presentation 07/02/2018

Fields of Battle: Government and Public Attitudes to Sport in the Second World War, British Society of Sports History Annual Conference, University of Worcester, Oral presentation 01/09/2017

Narrative of Conflict: The Guardian and ‘necessary untruths’ of the Second World War, 'Comment is free but facts are sacred': The Guardian in Local, National and Global History, John Rylands Library, Manchester, Oral presentation 06/04/2017

Too successful, too distant? Manchester United, its fans and six decades of separation, British Society of Sports History annual conference, Edinburgh, Oral presentation 01/09/2016

Liverpool’s May Blitz 1941: A Case Study in Contrasting Narratives, Conflict, Trauma and the Media Conference, Liverpool John Moores University, Oral presentation 31/03/2016

Edith Cavell: The Best (or Worst) of British Propaganda, Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies Research Café, Liverpool John Moores University, Oral presentation 10/02/2016

Nurse, Martyr, Propaganda Tool: The Reporting and Glorification of Edith Cavell in British Newspapers 1915-20, International Association of Media History Conference, University of Indiana, Oral presentation 17/06/2015

William Percival Crozier: the Editor who Made the Guardian National, Communities of Communication: Newspapers and Periodicals in Britain and Ireland from 1900 to the Present, University of Sheffield, Oral presentation 11/09/2014

Manchester in the Second World War, Newspapers, War and Society, University of Aberystwyth, Oral presentation 29/04/2014

All in This Together? Manchester Newspapers and the Voices of Discontent in WW2, CCRAM Conference, University of Chester, Oral presentation 06/11/2013

Manchester Newspapers in WW2, Conflict Studies, University of Salford, Oral presentation 10/04/2013

War of Words: The Manchester Guardian in the Second World War, History, Genre, Narrative: Newspapers and the Construction of the Twentieth Century, University of Sheffield, Oral presentation 14/09/2012

The Future of Sports Journalism, Journalism in the UK, Beijing Union University, Oral presentation 07/06/2012

Sins of Omission: Propaganda or necessary Untruths?, SPARC Conference, University of Salford, Oral presentation 16/05/2012

Fleet Street under the Bomb, Postgraduate Research Conference, University of Chester, Oral presentation 01/05/2009

Newspapers in 1939: Was the Press Really Responsible for the Second World War?, Conflict Studies, University of Central Lancashire, Oral presentation 11/04/2007

Conference organisation:

Provincial Newspapers: Lessons from History, Organiser, https://historyoftheprovincialpress.wordpress.com/

Conflict, Media and Trauma Conference, Organiser, http://royalhistsoc.org/calendar/cfp-conflict-trauma-and-the-media-deadline-1-december-2015/

Editorial boards:

Chester Press, Member of Editorial Board

Fellowships:

Fellow, Royal Historical Society, Royal Historical Society

Fellow, Higher Education Association, HEA

Industrial connections:

BBC, Future of Local Journalism Working Party

Media Coverage:

http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13688804.2015.1122335, https://networks.h-net.org/node/12840/reviews/85819/caillot-hodgson-war-torn-manchester-its-newspapers-and-luftwaffes-blitz, http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25669231-war-torn, Reviews of book War Torn: Manchester, its Newspapers and the Luftwaffe's Blitz of 1940.

Other invited event:

World War Two and the Media Symposium, University of Chester, Co-organiser of an international symposium that attracted speakers from six countries.