It’s all go at SenseandSentimentality.com!

It’s all happening here at SenseandSentimentality.com!

After moving house just before Christmas, I’ve been making up for lost time on Soldiers and their Horses. I’m happy to report that we’re now on chapter four – of five. Permissions for images and written content are pretty much sorted out too. So, deadline of October 1st for submission of manuscript is looking good. Fingers crossed!

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Soldiers and their Horses

Other brilliant news is that I will be publishing a chapter in, Artistic Expressions and The Great War: One Hundred Years On. The editor is Dr. Sally D. Charnow, Professor of History at Hofstra University, New York. It will be published by Peter Lang in 2020 as part of their ‘Cultural Memories’ series. This publication comes out of the conference by the same name held at Hofstra in November last year.

Artistic Expressions and The Great War – New York, 7th-9th November, 2018

And…only two weeks until Maritime Animals, Telling Stories of Animals at Sea at The National Maritime Museum in London! Horses are now scheduled for the last day (Saturday 27th April) of the conference, with Professor William Gervase Clarence-Smith as our guest speaker. Day tickets are available!

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“A Weapon in the Hands of the Allies” Transporting British Army Horses and Mules during The Great War.

 

 

Author: janeflynnsenseandsentimentality

I am an independent researcher and writer affiliated to The University of Derby, UK. I was awarded a PhD in 2016 for my thesis: 'Sense and Sentimentality: The Soldier-Horse Relationship in the Great War'.

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