Dr Hannah J Elizabeth
Hannah is a research assistant on the Wellcome funded ‘Placing the Public in Public Health’ project, based at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Their research considers how emotion was used in different health campaigns, how the public’s emotions were imagined and how emotion figured in the success or failure of different health initiatives. Hannah’s PhD, from the University of Manchester, investigated the under-explored area of HIV/AIDS-related media produced for the consumption of children and young adults in Britain.
Dr Sarah Kenny
Sarah is a Teaching Fellow in Modern British History at the University of Birmingham. She has published on youth culture, activism, and politics. Her research is interested in the intersection between global and national youth cultures, region, space, and authority. She is currently writing her first book on youth culture, leisure, and identity in post-war Britain. Her new project considers the relationship between space, leisure, and teenage attitudes to courtship in Britain between the 1950s and 2000s.