I am a Staff Tutor and Lecturer in History at the Open University, Milton Keynes, where I work on several modules in the History programme, manage teams of Associate Lecturers and conduct research in post-war US history. Over the past fifteen years or so, I’ve taught at Maynooth University, Newcastle University, the University of Essex and I spent eight happy years at St Mary’s University, Twickenham. My research interests lie in the areas of gender, protest and race in the US, and I am also interested in the ways that conservatism was reshaped in the 1960s. I am currently working on a project which investigates the ways in which autobiographies can be read as an extension of protest.
You can find more information about me here and details about studying History at the OU here.
I can be contacted by e-mail at sinead.mceneaney[at]open.ac.uk, and I tweet in a personal capacity as @sinead_mce.
This is a personal blog which I use to talk about issues around my teaching interests and research, and the ideas and opinions here do not necessarily reflect the views of my employer.