Second World War Posters

Mass Communications Academic, @MMUBS. British Home Front Propaganda posters as researched for a PhD completed 2004. In 1997, unwittingly wrote the first history of the Keep Calm and Carry On poster, which she now follows with interest.

WSU puts World War I and II propaganda online

Always good to see poster collections being digitised: The U.S. government produced thousands of posters during World Wars I and II, urging citizens to buy war bonds, ration food, grow victory gardens, limit travel and avoid loose talk. Now roughly 520 of those posters are available online, through Washington State University's newPropaganda Poster Digital Collection. Read full story, or read similar on Washington State University site.  

How do you defend the humanities?

Interesting debate tying into the bigger question of what are universities for - is it just about finding a job, or is there something more important going on there? A leading critic of government higher education policy has launched a stinging attack on the University of Oxford, accusing it of being disingenuous in its arguments in favour of the humanities. Stefan Collini, professor of English literature and intellectual history at the University of Cambridge, attacked…

Keep Calm and the Green Bay Packers

Hearing how the coach of the Green Bay Packers likes to keep his team going with 'inspirational slogans', and this week chose 'Keep Calm and Carry On': And this week, with the team’s injury problems getting so bad that McCarthy seems to be getting unexpectedly bad news every few hours, he believes Keep Calm and Carry On fits his team to a T. He even had the background for the poster, which was part of a series…
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