The First World War Research Group is a new area of research for the University, launched in time to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
|Name and contact details||Interests|
Professor of Conflict Studies – modern military history, contemporary conflicts, propaganda and warfare.
Professor Gary Sheffield
|Professor of War Studies - Britain in the era of total war, 1900-1945; military history since 1792|
One of the aims of the research group is to hold a study day, held on a Saturday, each term. Find out about the latest study day.
Find out about the next event '1918 Revisited: Strategy, Politics, and the Road to the Armistice' with Professor David Stevenson (London School of Economics) on Wednesday 6 December - 5.30pm – 7.00pm, University of Wolverhampton, MC Building, Main Lecture Theatre MC001, Ground Floor, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1LY.
The Tank Museum, in association with the University of Wolverhampton, is to award a £1,000 Prize for the best article on Armoured Warfare in the First World War. The Prize is funded by the Arts Council.
Entries are invited from Undergraduate or Postgraduate students at any UK university. Articles submitted for consideration must be a piece of original research concerning an aspect of armoured warfare in the First World War. They should not exceed 7,000 words in length. Entrants are encouraged to make use of the archival holdings of the Tank Museum at Bovington.
Entries will be judged by a panel that includes two academics and two representatives of the Tank Museum. Articles submitted to the competition may be published in an abbreviated form in Tracklink, the magazine of the Tank Museum, and the winner will be published in full in the British Journal of Military Studies. The Prize will be awarded at the Tank Museum’s Tankfest Chairman’s lunch, held in July.
Entries should be e-mailed, in a Word document, to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date is Thursday 30th April 2015.
The Tank Museum, in association with the University of Wolverhampton, is to award Travel Bursaries to enable students to make use of the archives at Bovington. The Bursaries are funded by the Arts Council. Generally, a maximum of £200 per student will be awarded. The scheme is open to Undergraduate or Postgraduate Students at any UK university, although applications from Undergraduates are particularly welcome. There is no form but applicants should email email@example.com stating their case, attaching a CV, and providing two references. The closing date is Thursday 30 April 2015.