Death Day: May 15th 2010

Strand: Either: ‘Death and the Arts’ or ‘Death and Culture’ Title: Death at War Abstract: In the Second World War, the second ‘total war’ of the Twentieth Century, death was a daily reality for both those on the fighting fronts and those on the Home Front in Britain.  The Ministry of Information (MOI), officially formed at the outbreak of the Second World War, was the central governmental publicity machine, working with other official bodies, including…

Men at War: Masculinities, Identities and Cultures (10-11 September 2009)

Currently preparing for the conference: Men at War: Masculinities, Identities and Cultures, Looking forward to presenting an image-laden paper! Gender theory is not exactly my field, but I have found it interesting dablling, and looking for ways to apply my other knowledge. Meantime, early start to the conference, and I'm one of the first panels... looking forward to meeting new people - and Julie Anderson and Ana Carden-Coyne who I knew from University of Manchester!