Dr Gilly Carr is an Associate Professor in Archaeology at the University’s Institute of Continuing Education. She is also a Fellow of St Catharines College, a Partner of the Cambridge Heritage Research Centre, and a member of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. Her research interests include Conflict Archaeology, post-Conflict Heritage Studies, and Holocaust Studies.
Gilly is the author of seven monographs, the most recent of which include Victims of Nazis in the Channel Islands: A legitimate heritage? (Bloomsbury Academic, 2019) and Nazi Prisons in the British Isles (Pen and Sword 2020). She is also co-editing her seventh edited volume, British Internment and the Internment of Britons (Bloomsbury Academic). Beyond Cambridge, Gilly is on the UK delegation of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, where she chairs the project Safeguarding Sites, which seeks to write a European charter to help safeguard Holocaust sites. She is also on the academic advisory board of the new UK Holocaust Memorial Learning Centre in Westminster.