Anatomy of a soldier

I’ve drawn attention to Harry Parker‘s spellbinding Anatomy of a Soldier in an earlier post; here at the AAG in San Francisco I may even be speaking about it tomorow – we’ll see.  (I’m supposed to be speaking about something else altogether but it’s in a session on’ Objects of security and war’, so I’m half-way through a new presentation, ‘Object lessons’).

Channel Four has posted an interview with the author at the Imperial War Museum on YouTube:

And there’s another interview with the BBC here.

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