Dr Grace Huxford (Principal Investigator)

Grace is a historian of post-1945 Britain, with particular interests in the Cold War and the interaction between war, state and society. She has written a book on the social history of the Korean War and the experiences of those British personnel who served there, as well as those back in Britain. She has published numerous articles on the Cold War, social history and oral history and co-leads the Oral History Research Cluster at the University of Bristol. More information is available on her staff page: http://tinyurl.com/ghuxford

Postdoctoral Research Assistantforthcoming

Imperial War Museum (Project Partner) 

IWM is a family of five museums and historic sites covering war and conflict from the First World War to the present day.  Their sites and unique collection of objects tell the human stories of lives engulfed in war and show how conflict has shaped the world in which we all live. More information is available on their website: http://www.iwm.org.uk

Funding for this project was provided by an Arts and Humanities Research Council Leadership Fellowship (Early Career), grant reference: AH/S002634/1