Professor Julie-Marie Strange

Julie-Marie Strange is a Professor of Modern British History at Durham University. Hanne spoke with Julie-Marie about her work relating to human-animal interactions, grief and pet cemeteries in the Victorian times to 1950s, as well as attitudes towards animals and…

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Julie-Marie Strange is a Professor of Modern British History at Durham University.

Hanne spoke with Julie-Marie about her work relating to human-animal interactions, grief and pet cemeteries in the Victorian times to 1950s, as well as attitudes towards animals and pet keeping and the impact of COVID-19 today.

Julie-Marie has written papers on pet cemeteries and the relationship between pets and their owners from the 1800s to more recent times. And, she is currently working on: Pets and Family Life, 1837-1939 (AHRC) https://pethistories.wordpress.com.

Julie-Marie has also co-authored ‘The Invention of the Modern Dog: Breed and Blood in Victorian Britain’ https://jhupbooks.press.jhu.edu/content/invention-modern-dog, and The Charity Market and Humanitarianism in Britain, 1870-1912 (2018)
https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/the-charity-market-and-humanitarianism-in-britain-1870-1912-9781350057982/

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