Poetry vs. History

What place do the poets and their work have in the historical analysis of the War? Dr Stuart Lee takes a look at the debate in the short audio podcast. This episode is part of the new podcast series The ‘British’ Poetry of World War One: An Introduction, produced by the University of Oxford. It is available for global download and re-use under a Creative Commons License from Oxford Podcast web site and iTunes U.


Cite : Poetry vs. History (http://ww1centenary.oucs.ox.ac.uk/?p=3434) by Stuart Lee (http://ww1centenary.oucs.ox.ac.uk/author/slee/) licensed as Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/)

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About Stuart Lee

I am currently Director, Computing Systems and Services, at Oxford University's Computing Services, but formerly Head of the University’s Learning Technologies Group which I set up in 2001. I am a member of several senior University ICT committees, have led major research projects in the fields of digitisation, humanities computing, and e-learning; and am also a lecturer and researcher at Oxford’s English Faculty. In 2008 I was made Oxford’s Reader in E-learning and Digital Libraries and received a University Teaching Award.Project Director of the First World War Poetry Digital Archive digitisation project and Great War Archive Initiative, this led to ‘Der Erster Weltkrieg’ Project with Europeana.
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