Tim Fox-Godden

Tim-Fox-Godden is in the final stages of his PhD research at the Kent School of Architecture, University of Kent. In 2015 Tim was awarded the International Society for First World War Studies Gail Braybon prize and has three chapters based on aspects of his research due for publication. His research interests include architecture and memory, inter-war battlefield pilgrimage and interwar veterans’ associations. If you have any questions regarding his research you can contact him at tf252@kent.ac.uk or via twitter @TJFoxGodden

Architecture, Memory and the Old Western Front

If we think about artistic responses to the First World War we are likely to conjure up images filled with vibrancy and movement: the works of Paul Nash, Percy Wyndham Lewis and Christopher Nevinson amongst many others. These visceral landscapes, … Continue reading

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