Kristina Fleuty replied to the topic Helping Veterans and Families find appropriate housing in the forum Housing 3 months ago
Thanks for getting in touch. Excellent – do attach any information you’ve got about your upcoming project, or direct us to appropriate links that can tell us more. We would love to help publicise your research on the Hub and can also write news/blog posts if you want to get the word out about what it is you are doing.
Kristina Fleuty started the topic Veterans Research – what is your favoured approach? in the forum Site Matters/Other 3 months, 1 week ago
Short blog post live today that draws attention to qualitative research methods in veterans research.
Qualitative research has been steadily gaining popularity and acceptance, with researchers favouring this approach as a way to gain insight into veteran lived experience, for example, of the transition process…
What is your favoured approach…[Read more]
Often, it is appropriate for research into veterans’ experiences to be qualitative and include smaller sample sizes. There is a growing body of knowledge that recognises the value of this approach to research, and […]
A striking 32-metres-long red thread containing the words of War Poet Wilfred Owen has been unveiled at Edinburgh Napier University’s Craiglockhart Campus to mark the start of the 2018 Poppy Appeal.
It is one p […]
If the British empire’s dead of the first world war had marched four abreast down Whitehall, the founder of the Imperial War Graves Commission, Sir Fabian Ware, observed some years afterwards, it would have t […]
The Veterans & Families Institute for Military Social Research (VFI) at Anglia Ruskin University was delighted to host Nick Wood from York St John University, to deliver his ‘Military Human’ workshop. The ses […]
WAR WIDOWS’ STORIES REMEMBRANCE RECEPTION
9 November 2018, 5.00-7.00 PM, Queen’s House, Greenwich, London
The War Widows’ Stories project is entering a new phase. Funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Counc […]
On 2 November 2018, the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester is hosting an event that raises awareness of the history of war widowhood in the UK. Organised by Dr Nadine Muller, Senior Lecturer in English […]
Researchers, led by Professor Cherie Armour in the School of Psychology at Ulster University, are interested in finding out more about the health and well-being of military veterans living in Northern Ireland […]
The Veterans Advisory and Pensions Committee (VAPC) is seeking three new Chairpersons, one for each of the following UK regions – Eastern, Yorkshire and Humberside, East Scotland.
The Veterans Advisory and […]
This post is a re-blogged except from a recent post by Benjamin Schrader, Daphne Inbar and Aviad Levy on the War and Narrative blog.
This valuable contribution to the War Stories blog picks up key issues r […]
This post is a re-blogged except from a recent post by Nick Caddick on the War and Narrative blog.
Declassified – a review
What’s the purpose of a war story? To entertain? Inspire? Instruct? Shock? Warn? What […]
Kristina Fleuty replied to the topic Would you like to stay for networking drinks after the conference? in the forum FiMT Research Centre Conference 2018 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Excellent, Jim, thanks for letting us know!
See you next week…
A classical sculpture of the UK’s first triple amputee from the Afghanistan War and Invictus Games champion Mark Ormrod is currently touring corporate buildings in London before culminating in an auction to r […]
The UK army is stretched under current funding arrangements, says Defence Committee.
UK armed forces need a significant hike in funding to tackle threats from states like Russia and fill existing “black holes” […]
Kristina Fleuty replied to the topic Would you like to stay for networking drinks after the conference? in the forum FiMT Research Centre Conference 2018 6 months ago
Excellent, thanks for letting us know! Look forward to seeing you at the conference and for networking drinks afterwards.
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