Tim Cole is Professor of Social History and the director of Brigstow Institute, University of Bristol, and chair of the Bristol History Commission. He has wide-ranging interests in social and environmental histories, historical geographies and digital humanities and also works within the creative economy. His core research has focused in the main on Holocaust landscapes – both historical and memory landscapes – writing books on Holocaust representation, ghettorization in Budapest, social histories of the Hungarian Holocaust and the spatiality of survival as well as co-editing a collection of essays emerging from an interdisciplinary digital humanities project he co-led. Alongside this research, he has also developed interests in environmental history, being a co-editor of a study of military landscapes and he is now working on a new book that explores social, cultural, landscape and environmental change in post-war Britain.
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