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Gateways to the First World War. An Arts and Humanities Research Council funded centre for public engagement with the First World War centenary.
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Gateways to the FWW Feb 4
Join us on Sat 27 April for A Night in the West End, a FREE lecture-concert at exploring the musica and theatre of . With , and . Book your tickets at
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Dr Melanie Bassett Jan 24
Pleased to have John O'Brien from the who is kindly showcasing the collection.
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Dr Melanie Bassett Jan 24
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Dr Melanie Bassett Jan 24
talking about his grandmother and how women are "the custodians of history". She wanted to claim her husband's pension following his death. He served in .
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Dr Melanie Bassett Jan 24
"It might only be a piece if metal, but it's the sentimental value of it that I cherish." on why he wants to find his Grandfather's medal. The search continues ... @
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Dr Melanie Bassett Jan 24
Gaynor Legall showcases her research through and outlines the residence of migrants in
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Dr Melanie Bassett Jan 24
Steve Martin highlights his research on the contribution of men of origin in the .
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Dr Melanie Bassett Jan 24
Rozina Vishram and highlight the useful archives at and - but argue that much more research needs to be done to unearth *experience*
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Dr Melanie Bassett Jan 24
"the muscles of Empire": Rozina Visram and highlight how their research and methodology can help others to understand the contribution to
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Dr Melanie Bassett Jan 24
'Black and Asian Seafarers do not represent a single uniform narrative - diversity in context and experience' Key reason for looking in more detail at
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Fjordr Jan 24
At today to talk about BAME seafarers and my work for on WW1 - amazing programme!
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Dr Melanie Bassett Jan 24
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Gateways to the FWW Jan 22
Thu 24/01: Join us for our next Seminar in with In Flanders Fields Museum. Prof. Lucy Noakes: 'Poppy Petals: The Meaning of the Great War in 21st Century Britain'. 7pm, In Flanders Fields Research Centre. All welcome!
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Tim Godden Jan 16
I’m incredibly proud to see some of my research in print. Hopefully there’ll be a bit more of it in the not too distant future.
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IWM: WW1 Centenary Jan 16
Join Prof on 24th Jan as she discusses 'Poppy Petals: The Meaning of the Great War in 21st Century Britain' in Ieper with In Flanders Fields Museum , . Find details here: © IWM (EPH 2313)
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Oxford WW1 Centenary Jan 10
Want to preserve your community’s stories, memories and objects? Sign up for our *FREE* online training session (21st January, 10am-12pm), which will equip you with all the knowledge you will need to host your own Digital Collection Day.
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Helen Brooks Jan 7
Lovely chatting to Dom King (got the name right this time!) on . Do get in touch if you’re interested in our guided study day on west end theatre this Friday!
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Gateways to the FWW Jan 3
Happy New Year to all our followers! We still have a few places available at next week's guided research workshop A Night in the West End. Book your place and help us explore the history of the theatre and music:
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Tim Godden Dec 10
Here’s a framed print of Jonas and McFadden of as recently exhibited at and .
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Laure Humbert Dec 4
Spread the word: programme now live for 'No end to the war' conference, 24-25 January, 2019 with thanks to
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