Research and teaching workshop: Last day to sign up!

Registration for our Research and Teaching Workshop, taking place at the University of Sheffield on Tuesday 18th July, will close tomorrow at 12pm. We still have a very limited number of spaces available for anyone keen to participate in the event, which will feature contributions from:

  • Professor Alison Fell, Professor of French Cultural History at the University of Leeds
  • Dr Matthew Ford, Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Sussex and Editor-in-Chief of the British Journal for Military History
  • Dr Martin Hurcombe, Senior Lecturer in French at the University of Bristol and Co-Editor of the Journal of War and Culture Studies
  • Dr Christopher Phillips, Lecturer in History at Leeds Trinity University

Attendance is free to all First World War Network members, and travel bursaries are available. To book your place, please email fwwnetwork@gmail.com, using ‘Research and Teaching Workshop’ as the subject line.

Looking forward to seeing you all next week!

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Research and Teaching Workshop update

We are delighted to be able to announce that Dr Martin Hurcombe, Reader in French Studies at the University of Bristol and Co-editor of the Journal of War and Culture Studies, will take part in the ‘Research: Writing and Publishing Journal articles’ session at our next workshop.

Martin will join Dr Matthew Ford, Editor-in-Chief of the British Journal for Military History, to provide attendees with a thorough introduction to the process, procedures, and preparations you need to be aware of when submitting your research for publication.

The full programme of events for Tuesday 18 July is:

180717 workshop

A limited number of places are still available, but PLEASE hurry to avoid disappointment. To request your place, please email fwwnetwork@gmail.com using ‘Research and Teaching Workshop’ as the subject.

We look forward to seeing you in Sheffield!