As we approach the 100th anniversary of the First World War, the University of Oxford is producing a series of short talks to present new perspectives on the world’s first experience of Total War. Presented by renowned experts in the field, the series explores topics such as ‘conflict culture’, ‘surplus women’ and the role of the historian in the centenary. A world class resource that is set to grow in the coming years, be prepared to move beyond the mud of the Western Front and reconsider the the varied impact of one of the largest conflicts in history.
The following is the first podcast I recorded for the series:
The project is run by Katharine Lindsay, Manager for Discovery and Engagement | Director, World War One Centenary: Continuations and Beginnings | Learning Technologies Group | IT Services | University of Oxford