PhD students from the University of Portsmouth, Suzanne Marie Taylor, Charlotte Steffen and Daisy Turnbull are embarking on an insightful new project looking ‘Beyond The Porthole’ at aspects of maritime and coastal history in a brand new podcast series!
This 7-part series will be diving into current themes of maritime history and talking to some amazing researchers, heritage professionals and artists about their ongoing projects – including members of the Port Towns and Urban Cultures project (PTUC). This academic podcast aims to create discussions around topics such as; port-town societies and crime, lifesaving and shipwrecks, sea monsters and shipboard animals, and consider how maritime space has shaped ideas of history, art, music, geography and ultimately society and culture.
Though the core focus of this podcast is history it will tackle themes of the maritime from a multidisciplinary perspective with the hosts spread across disciplines of history, archaeology and the performing arts.
Join Suzanne, Charlotte and Daisy for the first full episode of the ‘Beyond The Porthole’ Podcast to be released on the 31st of March 2022. This podcast will be available across streaming services including Soundcloud, Spotify and Podbean. Please subscribe and follow with new episodes released every fortnight!
And it’s not all digital! The ‘Beyond The Porthole’ team are excited to be planning a live-panel event recording as the final instalment of this first series. To be hosted at the University of Portsmouth (UK) in July 2022; further details will be released closer to the time. Stay tuned to find out more and how to join us for this event!
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