Prof Pippa Catterall

Prof Pippa Catterall

Heritage of London Trust

Chair / 23 Feb 2022 - ongoing

AIDS Memory UK

Member / 02 Nov 2021 - ongoing

George Lansbury Memorial Trust

Member / 01 Jun 2012 - ongoing

London Historic Environments Forum

Chair / 01 Jun 2011 - ongoing

Royal Historical Society

Member / 01 Jul 1996 - ongoing

Valuation Tribunal for England

Other / 01 Jun 1989 - ongoing

Silk Road: A Journal of Eurasian Development

Editorship / 03 Dec 2018 - 31 Aug 2020

National Identities

Editorship / 01 Jun 1998 - ongoing

Contemporary British History

Editorship / 01 Mar 1991 - 01 Jun 2003

Peer reviewer

Doctoral ResearcherTitle of ThesisStatus
Mr William NabarroDoctoral Research ProjectActive
Mr Alan WalkerReligion and the PolytechnicActive
Mr Ge ZhuIn Front of Tiananmen: the Investigation of Photographs Taken by Chinese People Since 1992 Through the Curation of a Photography ExhibitionActive
Ms Makiya Davis-brambleCaribbean Land, Indian Indenture: The British colonial establishment of a racialised gender hierarchy in the Caribbean.Active
Mr Daniel Dembry-edwardsNegligence within NHS Gender Dysphoria care: A UK StudyActive
Mr Maduka OgbuonyePolice-Community Engagement Programme and Minority Ethnic Communities: A study of the attraction and persuasion of the information sharing process in the Police Channel ProgrammeActive
Ms Jacqueline GraingerThe 'lost' museum: a history of empire in objectsActive
Mrs Jacqueline Hill-murphyIn the Footsteps of: The Challenge of Recreating and Reflecting on the Writings and Achievements of Historic Women Explorers.Active
Mr Christopher DayThe BBC and European integration, c. 1945-1975Active
Ms Lipika PelhamSephardi Jewish converts in Early Modern Amsterdam: The Quest for Zion In The Dutch RepublicActive
Mr Jason FrostFrom a Confessional to a Nation State? National Identity and the Church of England, 1780-1838Completed
Mr Omar KhanColoniality and the Courtroom: Understanding Pre-trial Judicial Decision Making in BrazilCompleted
Miss Chelsey MordueResisting Executive Dominance: an assessment of executive-legislature dynamics during the United Kingdom's entry into, and withdrawal from, the European Communities.Completed
Mr Gregory RobertsLong-Wellesley and Publicity - Celebrity and the Public Sphere 1788-1832Completed
Mr Francesco Cacciatore"Their Need Was Great": émigrés and Anglo-American intelligence operations in the early Cold War. Completed