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My research interests are the First World War, ephemera studies, memory studies, and public history.

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  • The Bureaucratization of Death: The First World War, Families, and the State, Foster, A. 17 Feb 2022, In: Twentieth Century British History
  • The Barry Urban District Council, disaster relief funds and civic society, 1913–1934, Foster, A. 1 Nov 2021, In: Urban History
  • Commemoration, Cult of the Fallen (Great Britain and Ireland), Foster, A. 5 Aug 2020, 1914-1918 Online, Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin
  • Rebecca S. Wingo, Jason Heppler and Paul Schadewald (eds), Digital Community Engagement: Partnering Communities with the Academy (Cinncinati: Cinncinati University Press, 2020). Pp. 225. Paper $32.95, E-Book, free 1, Foster, A. 5 Apr 2020, In: Public History Review
  • Review: What is Public History Globally? Working with the Past in the Present, edited by Paul Ashton and Alex Trapeznik: What is Public History Globally? Working with the Past in the Present edited by Paul Ashton and Alex Trapeznik, xxi + 356 pp.; notes, illustrations, index; clothbound, $79.20, paperbound, $24.67, eBook $27.32., Foster, A. 7 May 2020, In: The Public Historian
  • "We Decided the Museum Would be the Best Place for Them": Veterans, Families and Mementoes of the First World War, Foster, A. 6 Jun 2019, In: History and Memory
  • ‘I am sending herewith’ – First World War Ephemera at the British Library, Foster, A. 2 May 2017, In: electronic British Library Journal

  • History PhD June 11 2019
  • Fellow, Advance HE FHEA

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