How we keep inventing new ways of killing people, and then wonder why.
In Conflict and Consequence, you will find:
- Cold Steel – swords are both works of art and designed to kill
- Dressed to Kill – expensive armour shows rank, authority, virility and allegiance
- Animal Armoury – how humans and animals find similar solutions to defend themselves against attack
- A Life of Service – James Keith Gorrie – a sailor in the Merchant Navy during World War II, whose experiences marked his later life
- Souvenirs of War – what souvenirs brought back from confllicts by soldiers in the 19th century tell us now
- Battle of Langside – Building on History – the 1568 Battle of Langside only lasted 45 minutes but ended the reign of Mary, Queen of Scots and left its legacy in the streets of today's Glasgow
- The Holocaust: Remembering for the Future – how the Holocaust led some people to build a new life in Glasgow.
Follow the links on the left to find out more.