Professor Jim Aulich is Head of Postgraduate Research Degrees at the Manchester School of Art. His research interests engage with the relationships between history, memory and representation, especially in the field of propaganda and publicity in the graphic arts. He was director of the ARHC funded Resource Enhancement project ‘Posters of Conflict: the visual culture of public information and counter information 1914-2005,’ a collaboration with the Imperial War Museum.

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