Maud Anne Bracke is a Reader in Modern European History at the University of Glasgow, co-Director of Glasgow's Centre for Gender History and editor of the journal Gender & History.
She holds a PhD from the European University Institute, Florence. Bracke is a gender, social and political historian of 20th century Europe and has published two monographs and numerous articles on the history of the European left, ‘1968', second-wave feminism, the politics of memory of World War II, Italian politics, and translation and cultural transfers in feminist writing. She had held visiting positions at Sciences Po Paris and at the EUI, and has received project funding from the AHRC, the British Academy, the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Leverhulme Trust. Her current major project is a study of the rise of notions of reproductive rights in Europe during the second half of the 20th Century.