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Natasha Kitcher is a research assistant for AURA. She is also a Doctoral Researcher at Loughborough University based in the Communication and Media department. Her research is a media history of the Electrophone, a telephone broadcasting devise that was in use in England from 1893 – 1938. Natasha previously studied History at Royal Holloway, where she completed her BA in History and an MA in Public History. While based at Royal Holloway she was the Programme Editor and an Online Tutor for the University of London Worldwide. She has also worked with the Science Museum as a Rapporteur for an AHRC-funded project considering the culture and display of space exploration in museums.