Introducing the FWW Network

  This post, written by FWW Network founder member Dr Oli Wilkinson, originally appeared on the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities website. You can take a look at it by clicking th...

FWWNetwork launches next weekend

The wait is almost over. On Saturday 18 March, the First World War Network will officially launch at the What Tommy Did Next… conference at the University of Edinburgh. If you’re a postgraduate or an...

For Class and Country

We are delighted to announce the publication of steering committee member David Swift’s first book, For Class and Country: The Patriotic Left and the First World War with Liverpool University Press. ...

Launching the FWWNetwork

Following our highly successful conference in February 2016, the steering committee behind FWWNetwork has been hard at work developing our plans to expand our small group into a national and internat...

Conference Report

Summary & Overview On the 26 & 27 February 2016, IWM North played host to the inaugural event organised by the First World War Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers Network (FWW Network)....

Tickets sold out!

Tickets for our conference are now sold out for both Friday and Saturday sessions. We look forward to welcoming all our guests in a month’s time, and will shortly be announcing ways in which those un...

Saturday now sold out!

We are pleased to announce that the Saturday session is now sold out. A limited number of tickets remain available for the Friday, but we would advise all those wishing to attend the conference to ge...

Tickets now on general sale

We are pleased to announce that a very limited number of tickets are now available for our conference in February! Tickets are priced at £35 per day for academics; £10 per day for postgraduate studen...

Radcliffe-on-Trent in WW1 website launched

Rosemary Collins, who will be participating in the roundtable on academic and community partnerships at the conference, has notified us that the website linked to her University of the Third Age proj...