Dr Frances Flanagan

Research Affiliate

Dr Frances Flanagan trained as a historian at the University of Western Australia and Oxford, and has been a senior scholar at Hertford College Oxford, a Royal Historical Society Marshall Fellow at the London Institute of Historical Research, and a researcher at Birkbeck. She was the former national research director at United Voice, where she worked to deepen the links between policymakers, academics, government, civil society organisations and workers. She is the author of Remembering the Revolution: dissent, culture and nationalism in the Irish Free State (Oxford University Press, 2015), as well as a range of publications on the past and future of work, environmentalism, gender and social change.