Dr Laura Balderstone

Lecturer in Modern British History History

    Biography

    Personal Statement

    As an urban historian with a particular interest in post-war Britain, I first joined the department in 2010 as a Research Associate on the ‘Mapping Memory’ project. This collaborative venture between the University of Liverpool, National Museums Liverpool and ReDock explored the changing nature of Liverpool’s waterfront after 1950, using oral history, museum objects and visual sources to create an interactive website and documentary film. I became a permanent lecturer in the department in 2013 on the `Teaching and Scholarship’ pathway and my main research and teaching area is twentieth century Britain. However, I am particularly interested in urban development and social and cultural change since 1945.


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