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Legacies of War at the University of Leeds is a First World War Centenary project for 2014-2018. The project will work with people and organisations in Leeds, the UK and internationally to explore the legacy of the First World War. For more information, see the About Us page, or email Kate Vigurs, the Legacies of War project officer on E.K.Vigurs@leeds.ac.uk
- Remembrance Day offered artist in residence Juliet MacDonald a chance to reflect on past and present conflicts. Read More...
- Alison Fell and community historian David Stowe were invited by Tony Dunlop to participate in a roadshow and exhibition organised by Project Bugle, a Heritage Lottery Funded project in Batley, West Yorkshire. Project Bugle aims to discover some of the stories and backgrounds of the thousand soldiers from Batley and Birstall killed in the First World War.
- Nevinsion 'BAD BOY' MODERNIST - A talk by Sue Malvern CRW Nevinsion produced some of the most recognised images of the First World War which helped define how the War was seen in artistic terms.
- Tom Steele will explore modernist art, literature and culture during the war years with reference to Leeds Arts Club, the literary magazine 'The New Age' (which Arts Club co-founder Alfred Orage was editing at this time in London), Michael Sadler, and the letters between Herbert Read and Jacob Kramer.