The Silent Morning: Culture and Memory after the Armistice

Drs Trudi Tate and Kate Kennedy publish a new edited collection of essays looking at the legacy of the First World War through the lens of the creative arts. As a specialist in the literature of conflict, Dr Tate explores the ways in which writers expressed the impact of trauma on families – and child rearing in particular.

Read more bout the publication on the University of Cambridge’s Research site.

Trudi Tate is a Fellow of Clare Hall and an Affiliated Lecturer in the Faculty of English, University of Cambridge

Kate Kennedy is a Research Fellow at Girton College, University of Cambridge

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