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Key personnel from the Museum participated in research group meetings, and members of the research group gave work in progress reports at Imperial War Museum staff seminars. Museum staff chaired Panels and gave papers in the two Workshops and final conference, and the Head of Information and Research at the Museum contributed a chapter to the edited conference book on the influence that the project was having on curatorial policies for exhibiting war to the general public.
Advisory Group meetings, workshops, and the conference were held in the Museum, either at the Lambeth site, or in the Churchill War Cabinet Rooms.
The research project produced some 60 oral history interviews concerning languages at war, and these are now archived in the Museum's Sound Archive. The current president of the Association gave a paper at the conference which is included in the final volume. AIIC had been developing a project on interpreters in conflict zones which seeks to protect interpreters in war, and provide appropriate professional conditions for their working environment.
The AHRC research project benefited from discussion with AIIC, and the interpreters found some of the insights gained in the project of use in their practical work. The research team received a day's briefing on current MOD policy at the Upavon barracks.
The edited collection of the conference contains a paper from the Lt. Start Year Results and Impact ' Languages in the context of war' in research series on languages in historical context. Hillary Footitt Principal Investigator.
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