Board Members


We are always looking for additions to our team of dedicated editors. If you are interested then please get in touch. Email: journal@wrocah.ac.uk or use the contact form.


  • StephanieWilliams
  • Stephanie Williams

    University of York
    Subject cluster: Media
    sjw595@york.ac.uk
    I am in the second year of my PhD on nineteenth century French caricature and polemic art. I am interested in the history of the freedoms of expression, offence and publication, particularly in France but also in their implications for the wider world.
  • MirjamGalley
  • Mirjam Galley

    University of Sheffield
    Subject cluster: History
    mgalley1@sheffield.ac.uk

    Reviewer for: History, German Studies, Russian Studies
    I am a second year PhD candidate in History. I am interested in cultural history, more specifically history of everyday life, of marginalized groups, and of violence; especially, but not only in Eastern Europe. My project is about Soviet children in care.

  • LucyRowland
  • Lucy Rowland

    University of Leeds
    Subject cluster: English Literature
    enljr@leeds.ac.uk

    I am currently in the second year of my PhD at the University of Leeds, based in the School of English. My PhD research is primarily concerned with contemporary women’s literature, environmental disaster and feminist ecocritical frameworks.

  • Josh
  • Josh Bengough-Smith

    University of Sheffield
    Subject cluster: Modern Languages and Linguistics
    jsjbengough-smith1@sheffield.ac.uk

    Reviewer for: Linguistics, French Studies, European History
    I am a first year PhD candidate in French Studies. My research interests range from sociolinguistics, syntax and language policy to medieval literature. My current project is focused on language use in Renaissance France.

  • JadeDouglas
  • Jade Douglas

    University of Leeds
    Subject cluster: Modern Languages and Linguistics
    jl10jmd@leeds.ac.uk

    I am a second year PhD candidate in minority German literature. My research takes inspiration from memory studies and uses minority population perspectives in Germany to explore questions of nation-building, cosmopolitanism and transnationalism in a post-9/11 world.

  • Izzy Cook

    University of Sheffield
    Subject cluster: Heritage and Material Culture
    imcook1@sheffield.ac.uk

    “I am a second-year PhD candidate studying at Sheffield University. My research interests include climate change, environmental justice, socio-environmental issues, historic environmental change, and archaeology. My current project is based on the impacts of climate change on coastal archaeology, and sustainable management approaches.”