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Join a global community of scholars dedicated to the study of the First World War.
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Receive updates about relevant calls for papers, conferences, publications and news items shared by society members.
Ask for help with your research, find collaborators for your latest venture and share your knowledge in discussions with other members.
The Society provides an excellent and truly international forum for researchers of all levels interested in the First World War, especially PhD students or early-career researchers – add to this the fact that the friendly team aims to foster member participation as much as possible, and it’s clear that there’s nothing quite like it!
Receive Your First World War Studies Journal
The First Word War Studies Journal is peer-reviewed and published by Taylor & Francis. Since 2014 the society has published 3 issues per year and society members have had online access to the journal.
Attend Our Conferences
At our conferences we discuss pre-circulated research papers in a friendly and constructive way.
We particularly aim to help postgraduates to develop their research, but any society member may submit their work.
Landscapes of the Great War: imagination, representation, experience
Encountering the Other in Wartime: The Great War as an intercultural moment?
Other Fronts, Other Wars?
What else does the society do?
Collaborative BibliographyFranziska Heimburger is leading our crowdsourcing effort to build a bibliography of the First World War. Follow us on Twitter @FWWsoc or find us on Facebook
Our next book is coming soon
After each of our conferences we have published an edited volume of a selection of the conference papers.
How do I join the society?
Our membership subscriptions are managed by the publisher of our journal, Taylor and Francis. Please visit their site for the online sign-up form.
Membership of the society runs for the calendar year from January to December.
You will receive copies of all issues of the journal published in the calendar year of your membership. Please contact Taylor and Francis if you do not.
Members of the society will be added to our email discussion list. This is updated each month based on information provided by Taylor and Francis to the society.
If you happen to subscribe to the society just after the discussion list has been updated for the month, there will be a delay before your email address is added.
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