Alison Fell- Women War Workers in the First World War

Munitions workers in First World War

A talk by Alison Fell, Professor of French Cultural History at the University of Leeds on women war workers. This talk is part of our For King and Country exhibition, commemorating the region's involvement in the First world War. 

Alison Fell researches the experiences of French and British women during and after the First World War, and leads a large WW1 Centenary project called Legacies of War. She is also one of the Co-Directors of the 'Gateways to the First World War' Engagement Centre based at the University of Kent. 

The talk starts at 2pm and will last roughly an hour with an opportunity for questions. Refreshments available to purchase at the Museum.

Free event, but please book a place as seating is limited. Book online or by phoning 01422 352334 during Museum opening hours (Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm).

Please note this talk will be on the top floor of Bankfield Museum in the For King and Country exhibition, which is up several staircases. Contact us if you would like to discuss access