Dr Jones currently supervises seven doctoral research projects:
Ivor Bolton (with Jonathan Grix): The Implementation of German Heritage Policy and the Representation of "Inner Unity" through Memorials and Museums
Josefin Graef (DAAD, with Isabelle Hertner): The Dynamics of Narrating Criminal Violence: The National Socialist Underground and the (Re-) Negotiation of Germanness
David Zell (AHRC, with Joanne Sayner): Major Cultural Commemorations and the Construction of Cultural and Political Identity in the GDR, 1967-1987
Marlene Schrijnders (AHRC, with Joanne Sayner): From London to Leipzig and back: youth scenes in the divided Germany between Endzeitstimmung, revolution and global culture
Maren Rohe (DAAD, with Julian Pänke): Perceptions of Germany in Poland, Belarus and Russia
Alexander Brown (AHRC, with Joanne Sayner): Rethinking the GDR Opposition: Reform, Resistance and Revolution in the Other Germany
Ilaria Bernardi (AHRC, with Scott Lucas): Visiting the United States and Bringing It Back Home: the US Exchange Programs with Germany and Italy, 1950-1965
She has also supervised MA Dissertations on representations of the GDR opposition in state-mandated memory, and on GDR samizdat publications and Romanian and Bulgarian immigration to the UK and Germany.
She is always happy to hear from potential postgraduate students looking to work in her areas of expertise.