PhD students from University College London’s Student Engagement Project are curating an exhibition around the theme of stress in the First World War.
Stress brings together a diverse collection of objects, ranging from a haemorrhaged brain to magic lantern slides from Francis Galton and Ambrose Fleming, with many on public display for the first time. The objects selected will challenge visitors to re-assess the effects of the First World War on the mind, the body and the environment.
Stress will run at the North Lodge, Gower Street, London between 9 October and 20 November 2015, from 12pm to 5pm. Euston Square, Warren Street, Goodge Street, Euston, Russell Square and King’s Cross tube stations are within walking distance.
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