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Links to The War Illustrated on the Internet Archive

We are very pleased that the National Lottery Heritage Fund has granted us money to digitize the important World War I magazine The War Illustrated (August 1914-February 1919) and make it available forever, for all, for free. Please visit the following links to 6 month sections of the publication which have been uploaded thus far on the Internet Archive. 1914Aug-Dechttps://archive.org/details/TWI1914…

Digitizing The War Illustrated – First Workshop (27th June, 10am-5pm, University of Kent)

Our first Heritage Lottery-funded Digitizing The War Illustrated workshop will take place on Thursday 27th of June, from 10 am – 5pm, in Studio 7 in the Jarman Building at the University of Kent. At this session, we will introduce attendees to The War Illustrated, equip them with information about how to search the digitised collection online, and provide guidance…

Call for Papers – Audience Lost: Minority Women and Spectatorship

Dear friends of NoRMMA – today I come bearing a call for papers for a conference I (Lies) am co-organising this coming November. It would be great to receive some magazine-related abstracts! CFP – AUDIENCE LOST: MINORITY WOMEN AND SPECTATORSHIP 22-23 November 2019, Ghent, Belgium Keynote speakers: Prof. Judith Thissen (Utrecht University) Prof. Allyson Nadia Field (University of Chicago) In 2002,…

NoRMMA Receives Heritage Lottery Funding For Digitizing the War Illustrated Project

NoRMMA is very happy to announce that its members have been awarded £8,200 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to undertake its ‘Digitizing The War Illustrated’ project. (You can find out more about the National Lottery Heritage Fund on its website: https://www.heritagefund.org.uk/). This allows us to build on Public Engagement NoRMMA carried out between April and June 2017. Over the course…