Friday 26th February to Saturday 27th February 2016
Chair: Alison Fell (University of Leeds)
A small panel of experts will consider how academics and communities can work together to research the First World War; what the benefits of such collaborations are; and consider some of the challenges such projects face as the centenary of the conflict progresses. Participants to include: Karen Brookfield (Heritage Lottery Fund); Rosemary Collins (Open University); Keith Lilley (Living Legacies 1914-1918; Michael Noble (Centre for Hidden Histories); Liz Woolley (Independent Researcher)
The First World War: Commemoration and Memory
26-27 February 2016
Venue: IWM North, Manchester, United Kingdom
Prof Keith Lilley - Director, ‘Living Legacies 1914-18’ WW1 Engagement Centre will be in attendance.