Birmingham Great War Centenary Lecture Series

Posted on Tuesday 24th September 2013

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To commemorate the centenary of the First World War, the University of Birmingham's Centre for War Studies is delighted to announce the first of a series of lectures by distinguished international historians on important themes to do with the conflict.

The first group of lectures, to be held in Spring Term 2014, will focus on 'Roads to War'.

Lectures are held from 17.30 to 19.00 on the Tuesdays listed below, meeting in Lecture Room 3, Arts Building (R16 on the campus map). All welcome. Admission free.

The University of Birmingham has for a long time led the field in the study of Britain and the Great War. Its Centre for War Studies brings together scholars who have an interest in the study of war and conflict in all of its guises, including leading British and international First World War historians with a broad range of expertise on all aspects of this multi-faceted, fascinating and terrible conflict. It also runs the only MA programme dedicated to First World War Studies in the U.K. For further information on the Centre, please see www.birmingham.ac.uk/war or e-mail Dr Jonathan Boff on j.f.boff@bham.ac.uk.