Jane Potter is Senior Lecturer in Publishing, Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies at Oxford Brookes University. Her research and teaching focuses on book and literary history, including war literature and the book trade. Her monograph Boys in Khaki, Girls in Print: Women's Literary Responses to the Great War 1914-1918 (OUP, 2005) was joint winner of the 2006 Women’s History Network Book Prize and she has published widely on many aspects of war literature, book history, and women’s writing. Recent publications include Three Poets of the First World War: Ivor Gurney, Isaac Rosenberg and Wilfred Owen (Penguin, 2011), edited with Jon Stallworthy. Forthcoming publications in 2014 are: Working in a World of Hurt: Trauma and Resilience in the Narratives of Medical Personnel in Warzones (Manchester University Press), with Carol Acton, and New Selected Letters of Wilfred Owen (Oxford University Press). This international partnership will allow her to develop her earlier research on the literature of the Second-Anglo Boer War, expanding the British output and adding the South African dimension. In exploring this under-researched area of literature, book history, and war studies, she hopes to foster a greater understanding of how the events of 1899-1902 were experienced and interpreted by both nations.