Public Roundtable: Hidden Histories, Public Engagement, WW1 & WW2

AHRC Teaching and Learning War Research Network

Published 3rd October 2017

Hidden Histories, Public Engagement, and Lessons Learned from the First World War Centenary

11 April 2018, 6.30–9pm
Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31), King’s College London, WC2R 2LS

A public roundtable on the theme of public engagement and hidden histories, particularly ‘lessons learned’ from the First World War centenary as we approach the major anniversaries of the Second World War.

Confirmed panellists include: Lucy Noakes (Essex), Santanu Das (KCL), Suzanne Bardgett (IWM), Simon Young (BBC History Commissioner), Rob Attar (BBC History Magazine), Karen Brookfield (HLF), and Paul Kiem (History Teachers’ Association of Australia). The roundtable will be chaired by Helen Weinstein, Creative Director of History Works.

Image: "Jungle Commando" troops leave Africa for Burma, c. 9 March 1945. Courtesy of the IWM © IWM (K 8871)