Dr. Stephen McVeigh is Associate Professor in War and Society and Director of Learning and Teaching for the College of Arts and Humanities. His areas of research are diverse and include American War and Society, 19th and 20th century American cultural history, American film, 20th century American literature and American pulp fictions. He delivers teaching in topics as diverse as Frontier mythology in 20th century American history and culture, the Spanish Civil War, total war in the modern era, international perspectives on propaganda film, American masculinities, the ‘American Way of War’, terrorism and culture, representations of war in art, literature and film and he also contributes to a number of modules in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across the College of Arts and Humanities.
Dr. McVeigh is the series editor of War, Culture and Society, a research monograph series published by Bloomsbury. He is also a member of the editorial board of the Journal of War and Culture Studies.
Dr. McVeigh is Chair of the international student engagement network, RAISE.