First World War: New Perspectives is a podcast series hosted by the University of Oxford that presents contemporary research on the historical conflict. Launched in mid-November, the podcast series has already seen 60,000 downloads. All talks are licensed under a Creative Commons allowing global resuse for non-commercial purposes.
- The Indian Sepoy in the First World War
- The Historian and the Centenary
- Popular Fiction
- Morality in Wartime Britain
- Wartime Art and Grief
You can subscribe to the series and download the talks by visiting Oxford’s Podcast Website or Oxford on iTunes U. The series was developed by the First World War Centenary: Continuations and Beginning s project run by IT Services and will continue to add talks in the lead up to and over the Centenary. If you would like to contribute, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.