Dr Jess Shahan

Teaching Fellow in International Relations

Contact Details

  • Office: Attenborough Tower 908
  • Tel: 0116 252 5062
  • Email: jrs47@le.ac.uk
  • Twitter: @jess_shahan
  • Feedback and Support Times (Semester 2, 2019-20): Tuesdays15:30-16:30 and Thursdays 13:-14:00 (except for Thursday, 20 February and 5 March which will start at 16:00) bookable via http://jrs47.youcanbook.me

Personal Details:

My BA was from the University of North Florida in History with a minor in Gender Studies. My MA was obtained through the Erasmus programme in Women’s and Gender History from the University of Nottingham and Central European University. I completed my PhD in International Politics at Aberystwyth University with my thesis, Spying Gender: Women in British Intelligence 1969-1994.

Research:

  • My research interests include:
  • Women’s and gender history
  • Intelligence organisation and history (with emphasis on the latter half of the 20th century)
  • Women’s labour and employment
  • The role of memoirs and public sharing of experiences in shaping perceptions of intelligence work
  • Contemporary intelligence organisation and diversity within intelligence employment
  • Affiliations:

  • British International History Group, Committee Member
  • British International Studies Association, Member
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