War, Memory and Biography Part IIThis issue is part two of our ‘War Memory & Biography’ series and focuses on commemoration and representation of war. Our contributors utilise both literary and visual sources in their research and explore art’s unique ability to bring the collective as well as individual experiences of war and suffering into the public discourse.
- PDF|War, Memory and Biography Part II – By Elke Weesjes
- PDF|Seeking the Shadow of a Dream Grown Vain: Love and Loss in the First World War – By Sarah Haybittle
- PDF|Stereotypes in Post War German War films – By Richard McKenzie
- PDF|Remember Those Who Have Fallen: The Role of Design and Archives in the Remembrance and Commemoration of the Great War and WWII Commonwealth War Dead – By Daniel Alexander & Andrew Haslam
- PDF|Vicarious/Precarious: Bittersweet Experiences of the London Blitz – By Steve Spencer
- PDF|Leni Riefenstahl: Fallen Film Goddess or Greatest Female Director in Film History? – By Oscar Broughton & Elke Weesjes