Working Together & Networks of Female Spies, with Dr. Tammy Proctor
To continue sharing research during Covid-19, Utah State University's Office of Research has created a series of podcasts centered around researchers here at Utah State. In one of their episodes they interviewed Dr. Tammy Proctor, Department Head of the History Department here at USU. We would love to spread awareness of this research.
This is the link the the podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3zdxLKSrClJ3UMekPkbWkI?si=6pv2QIVdQbyU8tqVVn4MfA
Episode Title: Working together & Networks of female spies, with Dr. Tammy Proctor | Day 20 - Instead
Wyatt gives and updates on efforts to collect protective equipment from USU. Then Dr. Tammy Proctor shares her research about female spies during the First World War. How they worked together to collect and slip information past the central powers. Then insights from and context of the 1918 influenza pandemics that are useful for us today.Dr. Tammy Procter was scheduled to present at Sunrise Session's in Salt Lake City on March 31, 2020. The event, presented by the Office of Research & Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Utah, was cancelled due to COVID-19. Dr. Tammy Proctor's website which includes publications and links to some publicly available articles–http://www.tammymproctor.com