Multimedia

One of the many outputs of the project are different forms of multimedia including YouTube videos, podcasts, and more.

Podcast: “Patriotism and Profit during World War One, a public lecture by Professor Graeme Gooday and Dr Elizabeth Bruton at the Science Museum, London.

An audio recording of the lecture lasting just over an hour is available here.

The lecture was delivered by Professor Graeme Gooday and Dr Elizabeth Bruton on 2 November 2013 and was preceded by a guest post “Great Profits during the Great War?” on the Guardian‘s H-Word history of science blog.

Podcast: “Blurred Lines”: Interception and secrecy in World War One telecommunications, a lecture by Dr Elizabeth Bruton at IEEE History Center, Rutgers University New Jersey.

An audio recording of the lecture lasting just over an hour is available here.

Note: Sound quality improves about two minutes into the recording.

The lecture was delivered by Dr Elizabeth Bruton on 23 October 2013 and was the inaugural public history lecture at Rutgers University and organised by the IEEE History Center at Rutgers.

The lecture was recorded by Bill Zukowski,a member of the New Jersey Antique Radio Club, member of the AWA (Antique Wireless Association), and holder of radio amateur call N2YEG.

Podcast: “Sacrifice of a Genius”: Henry Moseley’s role as a Signals Officer in World War One, a public lecture by Dr Elizabeth Bruton at the Royal Society, London.

The podcast from our recent lecture at the Royal Society, “Sacrifice of a Genius”: Henry Moseley’s role as a Signals Officer in World War One, delivered by Elizabeth Bruton on 11 October is now available on the Royal Society website at http://royalsociety.org/events/2013/henry-moseley/

The podcast also incorporates the PowerPoint slides from the lecture.

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