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Resilience or reticence? features Daniel Adamson, Durham University, on responses to the Holocaust in Britain, during and after World War Two.

More information: https://www.wienerlibrary.co.uk/digital-holocaust-resources


Featuring Grace Stephenson, an AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award-holder with Tyneside Cinema talking with Alan Fentiman about how news in the war was framed and cast.
More information at: http://bufvc.ac.uk/newsonscreen/search/

Love and Collecting in a Time of War features Ludmilla Jordanova, Durham University, talking about the creation of extra-illustrated book during the First World of War; a labour of love and reflection on the importance of immersive activities during a time of crisis.

For more information https://history.rcplondon.ac.uk/inspiring-physicians

Chronicling Crisis features Tom Hamilton, Durham University, talking about diary-writing and crisis. 

Further reading: J. S. Amelang (ed.), A Journal of the Plague Year: The Diary of the Barcelona Tanner Miquel Parets, 1651(1991); J. Pollmann, ‘Archiving the Present and Chronicling for the Future in Early Modern Europe’, Past & Present, 230 (2016), 231–52