March 2013 marks ten years since the start of the attack on Iraq. This controversial military action divided opinion in Britain and around the world, and its aftereffects have profoundly shaped politics and the media in Britain in the decade since. What was the conflict's cultural impact? What kind of responses have artists or writers made to it? At this one-day symposium a range of speakers will address these questions in relation to film, documentary, drama, television, fiction, photography and graphic novels.
Martin Paul Eve
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