Homes fit for Heroes Centenary Conference: Learning from 1919 Call for Papers (closes: 5th January 2019) This conference is convened by the Learning from 1919 Steering Group in partnership with the Institute of Historical Research to commemorate the centenary of the passage of the 1919 Housing Act and the Homes […]
Tag: First World War
Penny Streeter examines the emotional history of sweetheart brooches; tokens of love and loss kept by the families of soldiers in the First World War.
The streets of Haringey, north London, hide an intriguing history of First World War peace activism. Joanna Bornat explores a walking tour of forgotten sites of conscientious objection.
In the context of the ongoing fallout of the Salisbury nerve attack, Ulf Schmidt & David Peace explore the troubling history of the British state’s relationship with chemical weapons and secret science.
Changing the Landscape is a contemporary visual arts project that interprets one individual account of the lived experience in the trenches, five months before the start of the Battle of the Somme.