Dr. Isherwood is a graduate of Gettysburg College, Dartmouth College, and the University of Glasgow, the latter where he did his Ph.D. in modern history. He specializes in twentieth century British history with an emphasis on the 1914-1945 period. Isherwood has further research interests in war and memory studies. His doctoral dissertation, ‘The Greater War: British Memorial Literature, 1918-1939’, concerned the British publishing industry and First World War veterans' memoirs.
Dr. Isherwood has taught in both the English and History Departments at Gettysburg College and in the History Department of neighboring Dickinson College. At Gettysburg, Isherwood has taught courses in world history, college writing, British history, and war and memory studies. Additionally, he has supervised independent studies in Scottish history, the First World War, and the British Empire. At the Civil War Institute he supervises the CWI Fellows program and edits the institute's blog The Gettysburg Compiler, among other duties. Currently, Isherwood is researching the legacy of the First World War.
Ian Andrew Isherwood
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Civil War Era Studies
Phone: (717) 337 - 8253
Box: Campus Box 0435
Civil War Institute
300 North Washington St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400
BA Gettysburg College, 2000
MA Dartmouth College, 2006
PhD University of Glasgow, 2012
British History, War Studies, Cultural History, Memory