• ‘Le continent Rebérioux au XXIe siècle’, Cahiers Jaurès 226 (2017), 29-33.
  • Journal article: ‘Madeleine Rebérioux dans les archives’, Cahiers Jaurès 217 3 (2015), 21-33.
  • Book reviews: ‘Jean-Charles Deniau, La vérité sur la mort de Maurice Audin’, Modern & Contemporary France 22 4 (2014), 546-548; ‘Christophe Prochasson, François Furet : Les chemins de la mélancolie’, Modern & Contemporary France 22 1 (2014), 119-120.
  • ‘Celebrating twenty years of Clio’, Genesis 15 1 (2016), 9-10.

Lectures & Seminars

  • Rencontre autour de Pour que vive l’histoire, écrits de Madeleine Rebérioux, ‘Le “militantisme historique” de Madeleine Rebérioux’, EHESS, Paris, 31 May 2017.
  • Edinburgh University Centre for the Study of Modern Conflict seminar series, ‘Madeleine Rebérioux: how a French historian opposed colonial conflict, 1946-69’, 4 April 2017.
  • Gender Research Group Public Lecture, ‘French Women Activists during the Algerian War’, Newcastle City Library, 10 February 2016.
  • Invited keynote lecture for the Assemblée Générale of the Société d’études jaurésiennes: ‘Madeleine Rebérioux dans les archives’, EHESS, Paris, 14 March 2015.

Conference Papers & Workshops

  • Cross Disciplines: An exploration of the intersectionality of biography, transnationalism, gender, and labour, Máire and Madeleine: makers and practitioners of history’, Newcastle, 21 September 2017.
  • IHR New Directions in French History workshop, ‘Moving on from Madeleine Rebérioux: French academic activism during the Vietnam War‘, 27 January 2017
  • Two Centuries of Peacemaking conference, ‘Books for Vietnam: French academic activism during the Vietnam war’, Newcastle, 7-8 June 2016.
  • Newcastle Labour and Society Research Group conference: Women and Labour Activism in a Transnational Context, ‘Challenging the French Communist Party: Madeleine Rebérioux’s transnational anticolonial activism, 1946-1969’, Newcastle University, 16 April 2016.
  • Institute for Historical Research, New Directions in French History Workshop: ‘Post-war French historians as subjects of history’, Senate House, London, 25 September 2015.
  • Society for the Study of French History (SSFH) Conference paper: ‘‘Un élément étranger au parti’: Madeleine Rebérioux, 1969 and the PCF’, St Andrews, 29 June 2015.
  • Invited paper for the inaugural event for the Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies: ‘From Jean Jaurès to Madeleine Rebérioux: the interconnecting narratives between history and activism’, Durham Cathedral, 10 May 2014.
  • Society for French Historical Studies Conference paper: ‘Changing Histories: Madeleine Rebérioux and the memory of torture in the Algerian War’, Montreal, 25 April 2014.
  • Association for the Study of Modern & Contemporary France (ASMCF) Conference, Poster: ‘Defining Militancy: Madeleine Rebérioux in her own words’, Leicester University, 5-7 September 2013. Winner of the 2013 ASMCF Postgraduate Poster Prize.

Blog posts


  • ‘Much more than just a place to live: the Collegiate Curriculum’, Victoria Brown, Mandy Marlow & Ellen Crabtree, Durham University Second Learning and Teaching Conference, 14 September 2017.
  • ‘Being a #blendedacademic: university careers beyond teaching & research’, Researching our Futures Careers conference, Newcastle, 14 March 2017.
  • ‘Ten tips for surviving submission’, Northern Bridge Completion and Leadership Workshop, 7-8 September 2016, Queen’s University Belfast.