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Darren Davies

Research student

Darren Davies

University of Manchester

United Kingdom

Research overview

Darren is a North West Doctoral Training Centre student registered at the University of Manchester. The NWDTC is a collaboration between the University of Lancaster, University of Liverpool and University of Manchester: http://www.nwdtc.ac.uk/.


His research is an equal joint venture between the University of Manchester and Lancaster University and can be contacted at: darren.davies@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk

Thesis Title

Popular Representations of Internment in Wartime Britain, 1939-Present

Career Details

Darren is 29 and originally from Teesside. He completed his MA in War, Culture and History at Manchester in September 2013, which was funded by the AHRC. Prior to that he achieved a First in his BA (Hons) which was in Modern European History at the University of Bradford in the summer of 2012. 

Other Interests and Hobbies

In addition to his passion for history, Darren is also an avid gamer; especially role playing games, survival horror and survival/gathering simulators. He is a big lover of horror films and enjoys eating out and socialising, the cinema, traveling, Sci-Fi shows and baking.