In this podcast, Professor Sharon Ruston speaks with us about the influence of the Aeolian harp on Romantic poets and their work.
Sharon Ruston Biography: Sharon Ruston joined the University of Salford as Chair of Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture in January 2009. She is authorof Shelley and Vitality (2005), Romanticism: An Introduction (2007), editor of Essays and Studies: Literature and Science (2008), and co-editor of Teaching Romanticism (2010). She has published a number of articles and essays on the interrelationships between Romantic-period literature, science and medicine. You can find out more about here work here: http://www.espach.salford.ac.uk/page/sharon_ruston
Charlie Mydlarz, a research technician and PhD student at Salford University’s Acoustics Research Centre discusses the Sound Around You project in which people around the world use mobile phones to contribute their thoughts on the sonic environment. For more details about the project, please visit www.soundaroundyou.com