Jonathan Krause

Historian
Jonathan Krause is a research associate at the University of Oxford. His current research focuses on the global anti-colonial rebellions that occurred during the First World War, specifically those in the French Empire. He is the author of Early Trench Tactics in the French Army: The Second Battle of Artois, May-June 1915 and edited The Greater War: other combatants and other fronts, 1914-1918.

Gaming: Making Feminism Approachable

June 02, 2017

In this guest edition of The Interview, Jonathan Krause talks to Liana Kerzner, a Canadian media professional-turned-games journalist and critic. Ever since the Gamergate controversy erupted in 2014, gender has been a hot topic in the video game industry. This is true for insiders, enthusiasts and the mainstream culture in their...

The Media and the Fate of American Liberalism

May 12, 2016

If the rich and powerful get a voice and the rest of us do not, which direction is the nation likely to head in? In spite of Bernie Sanders’ wins in Indiana and West Virginia, Hillary Clinton will almost certainly be the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee. This being the case,...