I’m a Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Wolverhampton (you can see my university profile here). My work deals with broad questions concerning citizenship, consumerism and gender, primarily by looking at medicine, charity and welfare in modern Britain.
This website is my online home, where I occasionally blog and bring together the digital threads of my academic life. You’ll find reflections here on working in higher education, the historical process, teaching and study skills, and comments on current policy debates relating to my areas of research.
A note on names: My married name is ‘Gosling-Page’ though I continue to use ‘Gosling’ professionally, along with my middle name ‘Campbell’ when I publish.