26 February 2014
26 February: The methodology and uses of Content Analysis in History: The Media and the Falklands War as a Case Study, Ms Joanna Thornton (Kent)
12 March: 30,000 points of danger: Female enemy aliens in Britain and the gendering of Second World War internment policy, Dr Zoe Denness (Birmingham/Kent)
26 March: Ireland's Decade of Centenaries: a Belfast perspective, Professor Keith Jeffrey (QUB).
Historians working in the field of war, society and culture explore a huge variety of topics and themes and have significantly expanded our knowledge of the impact of war on societies. The aim of this seminar programme to show case the latest research by both postgraduates and academics working in the ever expanding historical field of war, society and culture, and welcomes proposals for papers exploring this extremely diverse area.
Convenors:Professor Mark Connelly (Kent), Professor Stephen Conway (UCL), Professor Richard Grayson (Goldsmiths), Dr Timothy Bowman (Kent), Dr Stefan Goebel (Kent), Dr Heather Jones (LSE), Dr Dan Todman (Queen Mary), Dr Erica Wald (Goldsmiths).
Venue: Athlone Room 102, Senate House, South block, 1st floor unless otherwise stated
Time: Wednesday, 5.15pm
Contact: Zoe Denness