Emerging research on the First World War, with History Lab

Evening talks, Thursday 26 February, 6pm in the Seng Tee Lee Seminar Room, Senate House Library Senate House Library is very happy to welcome two members of History Lab, Jennifer Doyle and Kim Brice O’Donnell, to speak about their research on topics related to the First World War. History Lab is a network of postgraduate students working in history and related subjects, providing future historians with the opportunities to share and present their research. In addition to regular seminars, History Lab hosts an annual conference. Senate House Library is pleased to nab two members to continue our conversation about duty and dissent during the First World War, accompanying the library’s exhibition. Jennifer Doyle is a postgraduate student at King’s College London, where she researches the work of women on the home front and the creation of communities through the recipe pages of women’s magazines. Kim Brice O’Donnell is also a postgraduate student at King’s College London and her research focuses on the use of dogs by the British Armed Forces during the First and Second World Wars. Senate House Library are very excited to hear about their research and would love to see you here at the library. You can book...