Ann-Marie Foster


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    United Kingdom

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Research Interests

Dr Foster's research focuses on family memorialisation after war and disaster in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. She is broadly interested in memory cultures, and how material objects and ephemera shaped family experiences of loss. Her work focuses largely on Britain, but makes links with other memory cultures present in fin de siècle Western Europe. 

Dr Foster has been involved in a wide range of public history initiatives. She has helped several institutions identify how to best use their ephemera collections, has created exhibitions, and blogged widely about family memory and the First World War. She is currently Communications Officer for the Centre for Public History. 

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World War I Arts & Humanities
Veterans Arts & Humanities
Ephemera Arts & Humanities
Public History Arts & Humanities
Communication Arts & Humanities
Memorialization Arts & Humanities
Disaster Arts & Humanities
Fin De Siècle Arts & Humanities

Research Output 2017 2019

World War I
Open Access