Publications

Academic Publications

Monographs

  • Walker S. Silent Voices: A Long Century of British Military Suicide: 1900 – 2020 (Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2023), (Under contract; submission in 2023) [In-progress]
  • Walker S. Physical Control, Transformation, and Damage in the First World War: War Bodies (London: Bloomsbury, 2020).

Articles

  • Walker S. ‘The Greater Good: The Physical Cost of Offensive Weapon Development and Usage for The British Tommie During the First World War REDACTED FOR PEER REVIEW (2021)
  • Walker S. “There were none of that!” Bullied British Soldiers in the First World War, REDACTED FOR PEER REVIEW (2021) – (Currently under review)
  • Walker S. ‘Feeding Under Resentment: Food and Mutiny within the British Army during the First World War.’ (2021). [In-progress]
  • Walker S. ‘The Greater Good: Agency and Inoculation in the British Army 1914-1918’ Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, 36.1 (2019), pp. 131-157.
  • Walker S. ‘Synthesizing Super Soldiers’ Pulse: The Journal of Science and Culture (2019), pp.17-31.
  • Walker, S. ‘Saving Bodies and Souls – To what extent were Army Chaplains an Important part of Medical Care in the First World War?’, Postgraduate Journal of Medical Humanities, 3 (2016), pp 24-38.

Chapters

  • Walker S. ‘Falling on their Swords: British Suicide in Retreat 1914-1945’ in T. Walker (ed.) Armies in Retreat -Volume Two (USA: Army University Press, 2022), pp.tbc. [In-progress]
  • Walker S. ‘Self-Loathing and Suicidal Tendencies:  Suicide as a Narrative Device and the Anomie of John Constantine’, Red Ink (USA: McFarland and Company, 2021), pp.tbc. [In-progress]
  • Walker S. ‘Dark Gods: Societal Reflections and the Red Son in the 21st Century’ in J. Darowski (ed.) Adapting Superman: Essays on the Man of Steel in Transmedia Context (USA: McFarland and Company, 2021), pp.21-36.
  • Walker, S. ‘Silent Voices: British Soldier Suicides in the First World War.’ Da Silver, H. (ed.) Hecatombs of War, (Stern: Peter Lang, 2019), pp.25-55.

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