Hilary FootittWritten by Dorothy Kenny
Hilary Footitt is a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Modern Languages and European Studies at the University of Reading, UK, and has written widely on Franco-British relations during the Liberation (War and Liberation in France: Living with the Liberators, Palgrave Macmillan, 2004), and on women and politics (Women, Europe and the New Languages of Politics, Continuum, 2002).
She is Principal Investigator for the AHRC Project, Languages at War: policies and practices of language contacts in conflict, led by the University of Reading, with the University of Southampton, and the Imperial War Museum, London, and is currently writing two books about languages in war and conflict. She is joint editor of the Palgrave Macmillan series ‘Languages at War’.
‘Another missing dimension? Foreign Languages in World War II’, Intelligence and National Security, 25.2, June 2010, pp.271-289.