Conflict Landscapes: Materiality and Meaning in Contested Places
22 June 2021
by Professor Nicholas Saunders. Published by Routledge
Nicholas Saunders' new volume is out this month on 'Conflict Landscapes.' The book explores the long under-acknowledged and under-investigated aspects of where and how modern conflict landscapes interact and conjoin with pre-twentieth-century places, activities, and beliefs, as well as with individuals and groups.
Alongside case studies of World War 1 and 2 conflict landscapes from a range of scholars, it includes a chapter on maritime landscapes, sovereignty and exhibitions in Vietnam by Professor Graeme Were.