Jonathon Hogg is Senior Lecturer in 20 th Century History at The University of Liverpool. He researches the cultural and social history of the British nuclear state. Jon’s most recent publication, British Nuclear Culture (Bloomsbury, 2016), offers a new interpretation of the British nuclear century by tracing the tensions between ‘official’ and ‘unofficial’ narratives.
- ‘The Silence of British Nuclear Culture’. In A. Futter (Ed.), The United Kingdom and the Future of Nuclear Weapons. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
- Hogg, J. G. (2012). ”The Family That Feared Tomorrow’: British Nuclear Culture and Individual Experience in the late 1950s’. The British Journal for the History of Science.
- Hogg, J. G., & Laucht, C. (2012). ‘Special Issue: British Nuclear Culture’. The British Journal for the History of Science.