2017 marks the centennial of the United States joining World War I. To commemorate this historic occasion, Oxford University Press put together a podcast series discussing various aspects of America’s involvement in the war. Each episode is hosted by Thomas Zeiler, editor of Beyond 1917: The United States and the Global Legacies of the Great War, and features a wide variety of Oxford authors including Christopher Capozzola, David Ekbladh, Andrew Huebner, David M. Kennedy, Susan R. Grayzel, Pellom McDaniels III, Tammy Proctor, Benjamin Coates, Julia F. Irwin, Charlie Laderman, Erez Manela, and Michael Neiberg. We look forward to sharing these discussions with you.
Episode One: Domestic Politics and WWI
Episode Two: Gender and Race in WWI
Episode Three: U.S. Involvement Overseas During WWI
Headline image credit: RMS Lusitania coming into port, possibly in New York, 1907-13 by George Grantham Bain. Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.