War’s Forgotten Women: War Widows’ Lives Past & Present at Imperial War Museum North

  On 2 November 2018, the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester is hosting an event that raises awareness of the history of war widowhood in the UK. Organised by Dr Nadine Muller, Senior Lecturer in English Literature & Cultural History (Liverpool John Moores University) as part of the War Widows’ Stories project, the event … Continue reading War’s Forgotten Women: War Widows’ Lives Past & Present at Imperial War Museum North

Stitching Stories & Weaving Words: Arthur+Martha Meet the War Widows’ Association

  On 2 October 2018, we made our way to the Union Jack Club in London to introduce our fabulous new collaborators arthur+martha to the regional organisers and trustees of the War Widows’ Association (WWA). Thanks to our recent funding successes with the Arts and Humanities Research Council and Arts Council England, we have been able to partner … Continue reading Stitching Stories & Weaving Words: Arthur+Martha Meet the War Widows’ Association

Professor Angela Smith Joins Fort George Line Up to Talk Widows of the First World War

  We are honoured and excited to announced that Professor Angela Smith (Sunderland University) will be joining us as a discussant at our next in-conversation event, which takes place on 20 July at The Highlanders' Museum - Fort George! Angela Smith is Professor of Language & Culture and an expert on First World War widows in … Continue reading Professor Angela Smith Joins Fort George Line Up to Talk Widows of the First World War

Join Us! War’s Forgotten Women: An In-Conversation Event about War Widows Past & Present. 8 June 2018. Firing Line Museum. Cardiff Castle.

  It's only a week until the first of our new in-conversation events takes place in the beautiful surroundings of Cardiff Castle and amidst the fascinating collections of the Firing Line Museum of the Welsh Soldier. The events are intended to raise awareness of the lives of war's forgotten women past and present. For war … Continue reading Join Us! War’s Forgotten Women: An In-Conversation Event about War Widows Past & Present. 8 June 2018. Firing Line Museum. Cardiff Castle.

War’s Forgotten Women: Join Us for Our In-Conversation Events about War Widowhood in the UK

We are thrilled to announce the dates of our 2018 series of in-conversation events around England, Scotland, and Wales. Funded by the British Academy and held amidst the collections and surroundings of fascinating military history museums and memorial spaces, the events will feature conversations between historians, war widows, and representatives of service and war widows' … Continue reading War’s Forgotten Women: Join Us for Our In-Conversation Events about War Widowhood in the UK

Arts & Humanities Research Council Awards Leadership Fellows Grant to Dr Nadine Muller and War Widows’ Stories Project

After our funding success with the British Academy, we are incredibly thrilled to now be able to announce that Dr Nadine Muller has also been awarded funding by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) via its Leadership Fellows scheme. These grants are awarded to "research leaders and potential future research leaders" to support "high-quality, … Continue reading Arts & Humanities Research Council Awards Leadership Fellows Grant to Dr Nadine Muller and War Widows’ Stories Project

Dr Nadine Muller Wins British Academy “Rising Star Engagement Award” for War Widows’ Stories

We are excited to announce that Dr Nadine Muller has been awarded a British Academy's Rising Star Engagement Award (BARSEA) to build on the work of the War Widows' Stories project. These awards are granted to "some of the most promising and talented academics in the UK" and "are designed to encourage wider engagement with the humanities … Continue reading Dr Nadine Muller Wins British Academy “Rising Star Engagement Award” for War Widows’ Stories