The Inside Story: Prof. Jane Chapman at TEDxHull





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Published on May 14, 2013

A specialist in comparative media history and the history of communication, Jane has also been a television factual programmes producer, a broadcast documentary maker and was commercial breakfast TV's first on screen news reporter for the north of England. Jane trained as a French historian at some of the UK's leading world class universities- University College London, Cambridge and the London School of Economics. She is currently researching in the areas of comparative 19th and early 20th century economic and social history relating to gender and press in France, French India and the British Empire and also the history of factually based comic strips produced during and after the two World Wars'

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