Larissa Allwork

Larissa Allwork is the Digital Panopticon’s Public Engagement and Impact Officer. She has published a book on the public history of internationally coordinated government and NGO collaborations in promoting Holocaust, research, remembrance and education: Holocaust Remembrance between the National and the Transnational: A Case Study of the Stockholm International Forum and the First Decade of the ITF (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015).   She has a track record of engaging with the UK Higher Education ‘impact’ agenda, having worked on two Impact Case Studies for the English Unit of Assessment at the University of Northampton which were submitted to REF 2014.  Most recently, she has acted as the Impact Fellow for the Centre for Hidden Histories, one of the AHRC’s First World War Engagement Centres based at the University of Nottingham.