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Dr Marjorie Gehrhardt

Dr Marjorie Gehrhardt
Job Title:
Associate Professor


Departmental Director of Academic Tutoring.

Areas of Interest

 I am a cultural historian specialising in 20th-century France. My main research interests are in the history of the First World War, visual culture studies and the history of the voluntary sector in Europe.

After I completed my PhD on the destinies and representations of WWI facially disfigured soldiers, I worked on the EU INTERREG-funded project 1914FACES2014 (2013-2015), which looked at the legacies of First World War facially disfigured soldiers and plastic surgery. The study of visible facial differences, their representations and impact on the person and the onlooker, remains a central aspect in my research.

I welcome enquiries concerning research supervision in any of my areas of research interest.



At Part 1 I convene the module ‘The Making of Modern France’.

I also teach French oral classes.

At Part 2 I convene the module 'The First World War: Then and Now'.

At Part 3 I convene the module ‘Philanthropy à la française ’ and I also teach translation into French.



MRes in English Culture and History (University of Strasbourg, France)

MA in European Languages and Cultures (University of Exeter, UK)

PhD in French Studies (University of Exeter, UK)

Research groups / Centres


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  • Gehrhardt, M., Guillot, H. and Labadie, J.-C. (2014) Le soldat blessé et soigné. In: Nivet, P., Coutant-Daydé, C. and Stoll, M. (eds.) Archives de la Grande Guerre: Des sources pour l'histoire. Archives de France & Presses Universitaires de Rennes, Rennes, pp. 183-189. ISBN 9782753535480


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