A renowned international researcher will next week present a series of community talks in the Outer Hebrides as part of a project commemorating World War I.
Dr Dominiek Dendooven, who is based at the award-winning Flanders Fields museum in Belgium, will give the lectures as part of the Call Of The Gael project being run by The Gaelic Arts Agency.
This initiative aims to retell the stories of the island communities, whose dwindling populations were cut further by the devastating impact of the Great War.
The project will continue into 2015 with a series of exhibitions and events planned throughout the islands and other areas of Scotland.
Mr Dendhooven became involved when researchers from the project travelled to the museum at Ypres.
An associate researcher at the University of Antwerp and guest lecturer at the University of Louvain, Mr Dendooven has been working as a researcher and curator at the museum since 1998.
He has published extensively on the war, with his primary interest focusing on the involvement of ethnic minorities in World War I and the personal experiences of individuals during the conflict.
The first is in Castlebay Community School in Barra on Monday, June 2.
He will speak in Lionacleit School in Benbecula on Tuesday, and at Carinish Hall, North Uist, on Wednesday June 4. The Sir E Scott School on Harris will be the stage for the Thursday event before the final event at the MA Macleod Memorial Hall in Stornoway on Friday.
The talks are free and all start at 7.30pm.