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Tim Kendall: 'Ivor Gurney: First War Poet'
Professor Tim Kendall considers what composer and poet Ivor Gurney understood by the phrase 'war poet' and how he saw his own work as belonging to (and eminent amidst) a tradition of writing about war. Tim Kendall examines the ways in which Gurney represents poetry, and the figure of the poet, in his own work; and assesses Gurney's hopes for the efficacy of such poetry - whether as acts of witness, of escapism, or of political intervention. Tim Kendall is Professor of English Literature at the
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Teaching WW1 Literature: Victoria Syme-Taylor
Victoria Syme-Taylor 'Teaching WW1 Poetry to the Armed Services' Victoria Syme-Taylor 'Teaching WW1 Poetry to the Armed Services' part of the Teaching World War One LIterature Conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
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Teaching WW1 Literature: Meg Crane
Meg Crane 'WW1 Poetry in Schools' Meg Crane 'WW1 Poetry in Schools', part of the Teaching World War One Literature conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
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Teaching WW1 Literature: Jon Stallworthy
Jon Stallworthy 'War Poetry' Jon Stallworthy 'War Poetry', part of the Teaching World War One Literature Conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
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Teaching WW1 Literature: Guy Cuthbertson
Guy Cuthbertson 'WW1 Poetry in Higher Education' Guy Cuthbertson 'WW1 Poetry in Higher Education', part of the Teaching World War One Literature Conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
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Teaching WW1 Literature: Andrea Peterson
Andrea Peterson 'Children's Literature' Andrea Peterson 'Children's Literature' part of the Teaching World War One literature conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
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Siegfried Sassoon Conference: Round Table
A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). Part of a series of Podcasts from Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Project. A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). The conference took place at Downside Abbey on Saturday September 8th, 2007. This item is a round table discussion with questions from the f
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Siegfried Sassoon Conference: John Stuart Roberts 'Slightly Seeing'
A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). Part of a series of Podcasts from Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Project. A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). The conference took place at Downside Abbey on Saturday September 8th, 2007. This item is a paper by John Stuart Roberts, author of 'Siegfri
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Siegfried Sassoon Conference: Interview with Dom Sebastian Moore
A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). Part of a series of Podcasts from Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Project. A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). The conference took place at Downside Abbey on Saturday September 8th, 2007. This item is an interview taken from DVD with Dom Sebastian Moo
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Siegfried Sassoon Conference: Interview with Dom Philip Jebb
A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). Part of a series of Podcasts from Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Project. A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). The conference took place at Downside Abbey on Saturday September 8th, 2007. This item is an interview taken from DVD with Dom Philip Jebb o
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Richard Holmes interview
In this interview, the well-known military historian Brigadier Richard Holmes discusses his work on WW1, remembrance, his views on WW1 poetry, and how those experiences relate to the British Army currently serving in Iraq. Brigadier Richard Holmes is a well-known military historian, having written and presented numerous books and TV series on all aspects of warfare. In relation to the First World War his work includes 'Riding the Retreat: Mons to Marne' (1995), 'The Western Front' (1999), and 'T
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Poetry Tour - London (2)
A second enhanced podcast tour of some of the exhibits in the Imperial War Museum. The tour takes you through the Trench Experience and the end of the war, linking to some of the poets and poetry of the period. This podcast is designed to be used at the museum. It is the second in a series of 2 podcasts, produced by Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Archive project.
Author(s): Stuart Lee

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Poetry Tour - London (1)
An enhanced podcast tour of some of the exhibits in the Imperial War Museum. The tour takes you through the displays on the First World War but links them to some of the poets and poetry of the period. This podcast is designed to be used at the museum. It is the first in a series of 2 podcasts, produced by Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Archive project.
Author(s): Stuart Lee

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Max Arthur Interview
An interview with Max Arthur, author of 'Forgotten Voices', 'Last Post', and most recently 'Faces of World War One: The Tragedy of the Great War in Words and Pictures'. An interview with Max Arthur, author of 'Forgotten Voices', 'Last Post', and most recently 'Faces of World War One: The Tragedy of the Great War in Words and Pictures'. The interview was conducted by Kate Lindsay on Tuesday 9th October 2007. It covers the importance of the war on today's society, Arthur's experience of interviewi
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Kate Lindsay Interview
In a podcast recorded earlier this year, Kate Lindsay, Project Manager for the First World War Poetry Digital Archive discusses the exciting development of the First World War Poetry Digital Archive and The Great War Archive. In a podcast recorded earlier this year, Kate Lindsay, Project Manager for the First World War Poetry Digital Archive discusses the exciting development of the archive and it's initiative "The Great War Archive". Kate outlines some of the features that will be available to
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Ian Hislop interview
An interview with Ian Hislop, editor of Private Eye, and TV presenter on WW1 documentaries entitled 'Not Forgotten' (Channel 4, UK). Part of a series of Podcasts from Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Project. An interview with Ian Hislop, editor of Private Eye, and TV presenter on WW1 documentaries entitled 'Not Forgotten' (Channel 4, UK). The interview was conducted by Stuart D Lee and Kate Lindsay on Friday 7th September 2007. It covers remembering the war, the importance of
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Gary Sheffield interview
Gary Sheffield, Professor of War Studies at University of Birmingham, talks about the consequences of the First World War and the place of poetry in our perceptions of it. Gary Sheffield, Professor of War Studies at University of Birmingham and author of "Forgotten Victory" and "Douglas Haig: War Diaries and Letters 1914-1918", talks about the consequences of the First World War and the place of poetry in our perceptions of it. The interview was conducted by Kate Lindsay on 27th November 2007.
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Alisa Miller: 'Selling Patriotism: Rupert Brooke in the First World War'
Alisa Miller takes a look at the 'Rupert Brooke cult', examining why this particular poet was so popular during the First World War, both with the general public and the soldier, at home and abroad. This podcast has eminated from Alisa's dissertation at the Faculty of History, Oxford University on the poet Rupert Brooke and popular literary culture in Britain during the First World War.
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Youth as Evaluators: Contested Spaces and Identity
In this documentary, young people talk about their countries and the issues that young people face there. Produced and directed by Simon James. In this documentary, young people talk about their countries and the issues that young people face there. The documentary was filmed during a gathering of young people involved in Public Achievement and similar programmes around the world (including South Africa, Zimbabwe, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Turkey, Serbia, Croatia, Albania, Finland, Netherlands,
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Interview with Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer
Rebiya Kadeer (Rabiya Kadeer), president of the World Uyghur Congress, the most significant Uighur leader. Rebiya Kadeer (Rabiya Kadeer), Washington DC, USA. Left Xinjiang in 2005 for Washington DC and now is the president of the World Uyghur Congress, the most significant Uighur leader, either in China or abroad, and a hate figure for the Chinese government.
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