Meet our Associate Editors
The Journal of British Studies wants to thank its incredible Associate Editors who help get your research out to the world. Read below to learn more about the JBS team that helps process your submissions.
Christopher Oldstone-Moore earned his doctorate in modern British at the University of Chicago. He taught history for thirty years at Augustana University (South Dakota), Wright State University (Ohio), and other institutions. He has published extensively on British nonconformity and modern masculinity, including Hugh Price Hughes: Founder of a New Methodism; Conscience of New Nonconformity (U. Wales, 1999), and Of Beards and Men: the Revealing History of Facial Hair (U. Chicago, 2016). He is currently preparing a new book on the history of adventure.