The “I” Word: Research Impact in the Arts & Humanities

9 January 2020 Research Institute for Literature & Cultural History. Liverpool John Moores University. Since its first introduction as a component of the Research Excellence Framework (REF), impact, its (im)measurability, and its role as an indicator of research quality in the arts and humanities have been much debated and criticised. Yet, at the same time, … Continue reading The “I” Word: Research Impact in the Arts & Humanities

Daily Express Devotes Double-Page Spread to War Widows’ Quilt

On 9 November 2019, the Daily Express devoted a double-page spread to the first-ever exhibition of the War Widows' Quilt at the Queen's House, Greenwich. Giles Sheldrick, Chief Reporter, interviewed women who contributed to the quilt, representatives of our partner organisation The War Widows' Association of Great Britain, project leader Dr Nadine Muller, and lead … Continue reading Daily Express Devotes Double-Page Spread to War Widows’ Quilt

War Widows’ Quilt Commemorates the Lives & Loves of War’s Forgotten Women

Download this press release as a pdf.  From 7–11 November 2019, The Queen’s House, Greenwich, will host the first ever exhibition of the War Widows’ Quilt. Made from armed forces shirts by over ninety war widows and their family members, this beautiful and moving piece of art tells many individual stories of love, loss, and … Continue reading War Widows’ Quilt Commemorates the Lives & Loves of War’s Forgotten Women

Tell Your Story in Stitch & Verse at the National Memorial Arboretum

War Widows’ Stories, in partnership with the War Widows’ Association of Great Britain and arthur+martha, warmly invite you to our third final arts and poetry workshop in which you will be able to contribute to the War Widows’ Quilt, which celebrates the lives and stories of war widows in verse and stitch. War widows are … Continue reading Tell Your Story in Stitch & Verse at the National Memorial Arboretum

War Widows’ Quilt & Poetry to Mark the Lives of War’s Forgotten Women in New Phase of War Widows’ Stories Project

  On 9 November 2018, the Queen’s House in Greenwich is hosting a remembrance reception to mark major new collaborations for the War Widows’ Stories project, a venture run in partnership between Dr Nadine Muller (Senior Lecturer in English Literature & Cultural History, Liverpool John Moores University) and the War Widows’ Association of Great Britain. … Continue reading War Widows’ Quilt & Poetry to Mark the Lives of War’s Forgotten Women in New Phase of War Widows’ Stories Project