LAURA BRANDON
HISTORIAN - ART & WAR

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Laura Brandon is a freelance writer, curator, and lecturer specializing in international and Canadian war art. From 1992 to 2015, she was the Historian, Art & War at the Canadian War Museum. She has written and lectured internationally for nearly 40 years and curated more than 45 exhibitions. She is currently an Adjunct Research Professor in the School for Studies in Art and Culture and in the History Department at Carleton University, Ottawa, ON and a Research Associate at the Canadian War Museum. She was appointed to the Order of Canada in 2015. Read CV.


Upcoming Events:


Wednesday, 5 April - 2017

Conference Presentation:  "Art and War: The Iconography of the Vimy Memorial”

‘Myth, Memory and Military Encounters – National Rememberings of First World War Battles’

National Museum of Wales, Cardiff 


Recent Publications:

Introduction: 'Keepsakes of Conflict' curated by Heather Smith
Article: 'Connecting Lines: Hilda Woolnough (1934-2007). A Personal Memoir.' pp. 28-41