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Time Machines: the past, the future, and how stories take us there

Time Machines Introductory Podcast

In this podcast, Professor Simon James and Dr. Jenny Terry from Durham University's Department of English Studies introduce the main themes of Palace Green Library's 2017 summer exhibition Time Machines: the past, the future, and how stories take us there.

Produced by Andrea Rangecroft

Book extracts read by Neil Armstrong, Sarah Boulter, Paul Dunn, and Samantha Morris

Simon James from Durham University Department of English

H. G. Wells in Focus Podcast

In this podcast, Professor Simon James from Durham University's Department of English Studies discusses the life and work of H. G. Wells, whose work inspired Palace Green Library's 2017 summer exhibition Time Machines: the past, the future, and how stories take us there.

Produced by Andrea Rangecroft

Book extracts read by Neil Armstrong, Sarah Boulter, Paul Dunn, and Samantha Morris

Photography by Colin Davison

Jenny Terry and Sarah Lohmann from Durham University English Studies Department

Feminist Utopias and Afrofuturism Podcast

In this podcast, Doctoral Candidate Sarah Lohmann and Senior Lecturer Dr. Jenny Terry from Durham University's Department of English Studies discuss alternative time travel stories featured in Palace Green Library's 2017 summer exhibition Time Machines: the past, the future, and how stories take us there.

Produced by Andrea Rangecroft

Book extracts read by Neil Armstrong, Sarah Boulter, Paul Dunn, and Samantha Morris

Photography by Colin Davison and Sarah Lohmann