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Grant, P. ORCID: 0000-0002-2808-6219 (2019). Review of 'Female Philanthropy in the Interwar World'. American Historical Review,

Grant, P. (2017). Philanthropy in Britain during the First World War. The Tocqueville Review/La Revue Tocqueville, 38(2), pp. 37-51. doi: 10.3138/ttr.38.2.37

Grant, P. (2016). The Show Must Go On! Popular Song in Britain during the First World War. Popular Music and Society, 39(4), pp. 474-476. doi: 10.1080/03007766.2016.1207408

Book Section

Grant, P. (2017). The First World War in Popular Music since 1958. In: Einhaus, A. and Baxter, I. (Eds.), of The Edinburgh Companion to the First World War and the Arts. (pp. 216-229). Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9781474401630

Grant, P. (2017). From Brel to Black Metal: The First World War in Popular Music and Music Videos. In: Cohen, D. and Higbee, D. (Eds.), Teaching Representations of the First World War. (pp. 284-292). USA: Modern Language Association. ISBN 9781603293044

Grant, P. (2016). The Gospel According to St Wilfred. In: National Myth and the First World War in Modern Popular Music. (pp. 203-226). UK: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 1137601396

Grant, P. and Hanna, E. (2014). Music and Remembrance. In: Lowe, D. and Joel, T. (Eds.), Remembering the First World War. (pp. 110-126). Routledge/Taylor and Francis. ISBN 9780415856287

Grant, P. (2014). Learning to Manage the Army – The Army Administration Course at the London School of Economics 1907-1914. In: LoCicero, M., Mahoney, R. and Mitchell, S. (Eds.), A Military Transformed? Adaptation and Innovation in the British Military, 1792-1945. (pp. 99-111). Helion. ISBN 978-1909384460

Report

Grant, P. (2014). Making a Difference: Final Evaluation of the collaborative work of The Prince’s Charities 2008 - 2014. London: Cass Business School, City University London.

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