Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Oxford Brookes Lecturer in 19th Century Literature researches literary and artistic responses of women ambulance drivers to their experiences in the Great War

Thursday, 01 August 2013


Dr Dinah Roe has recently visited the archives of the Edinburgh College of Surgeons Library to research her next project on the literary and artistic responses of women ambulance drivers to their experiences in the Great War. She also travelled to Milngavie in Scotland to interview a descendent of WW1 painter and ambulance driver, Olive Mudie-Cook, whose work recently featured in an Imperial War Museum Exhibition, Women War Artists.