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The Science of the Great War

GRAHAM, Fiona, OTTEY, Paul, CASSELLA, John, PARTRIDGE, Julian and LAMONT, Neil (2018) The Science of the Great War. In: CSI Science of the Great War, April 25th 2018, Potteries Museum and Art Gallery.

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Explaining the science behind the Hawthorn crater study, a public event as part of the Science of the Great War discovering the science and technology of the First World War exhibition. The workshop was written and presented by Associate Professor Fiona Graham, Paul Ottey, Professor John Cassella, Dr Neil Lamont, Julian Partidge and members from the Hawthorn Ridge Crater Association including historian Andy Robertshaw - military historian adviser for the films 1917; War Horse and documentary They Shall Not Grow Old.

This was an inter disciplinary public talk including explaining the history of early World War One film and the application of modern film technologies today to explain the narrative of of the Battle of the Somme. It was attended by all generations as part of the educational public event organised by the Potteries Museum in Stoke on Trent.

It was funded and supported by Heritage Lottery, Keele University, Staffordshire University and Stoke on Trent City Council

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Faculty: School of Computing and Digital Technologies > Film, Media and Journalism
Event Title: CSI Science of the Great War
Event Location: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery
Event Dates: April 25th 2018
Depositing User: Fiona GRAHAM
Date Deposited: 10 Aug 2020 16:04
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2023 13:59

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