Women’s History Network: Community History Prize

This annual prize of £500, sponsored by The History Press, is awarded for a Community History Project by, about, or for Women in a particular locale or community which has led to the production of a ...

FWW Engagement Centre Meet Up

Members of the Everyday Lives in War centre recently travelled to Birmingham to meet with our colleagues from the other four First World War engagement centres. The purpose of the trip was to continu...

Staging the First World War workshop

2 November 2014 ‘Staging the First World War’ was organised and hosted by the Everyday Lives in War centre at the University of Hertfordshire on 15 October. This workshop, led by Dr Andrew Maun...

BBC Debate: Psychological Impact of FWW

4 August 2014 Professor Michael Roper from the University of Essex and the Centre for Everyday Lives in War contributed to a BBC debate on the psychology of the First World War.

Exhibiting at the Connected Communities Festival

29 July 2014 Members of the Everyday Lives in War centre recently joined the other four FWW Engagement Centres at the Connected Communities Festival in Cardiff.  It was a great opportunity for all fi...