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From famine to feast, from grain riots to TV cookery programmes, dieting to domesticity, food features in almost every aspect of human societies since prehistoric times. At its annual summer conference in 2013 the Institute of Historical Research aims ...
 
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Host: Joan Neuberger, Department of History, UT-Austin Guest: Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers, University of California, Berkeley Historians have long assumed that white women in the U.S. south benefited only indirectly from the ownership of enslaved people. Historians have neglected these women … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Augusta Dell’Omo, Department of History Guest: Eddie Watson, Department of History The Beatles arrived for their first concert in the United States on February 11, 1964 to rabid fanfare. Legions of screaming women greeted John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Guest: Megan Raby, Department of History Biodiversity has been a key concept in international conservation since the 1980s, yet historians have paid little attention to its origins. Uncovering its roots in tropical fieldwork and … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Augusta Dell’Omo, Department of History Guest: Alberto Martinez, Department of History The subject of endless speculation, fascination, and laudatory writings, German physicist Albert Einstein captured the imaginations of millions after his discoveries transformed the field of physics. Hailed as … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Guest: Lior Sternfeld, Department of History and Jewish Studies, Penn State Iran is home to the largest Jewish population in the Middle East outside of Israel. At its peak in the 20th century, the … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Augusta Dell’Omo, Department of History Guest: Monica Martinez, Brown University Between 1910 and 1920, an era of state-sanctioned racial violence descended upon the U.S.-Mexico border. Texas Rangers, local ranchers, and U.S. soldiers terrorized ethnic Mexican communities, under the guise … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Brooks Winfree, Department of History Guest: Nakia D. Parker, Department of History Many American Indian cultures, like the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians, practiced a form of non-hereditary slavery for centuries before contact with Europeans. But after Europeans arrived on … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Guest: Ben Wright, Department of History and Briscoe Center for American History The year 1968 was a momentous and turblent year throughout the world: from the Prague Spring and the riots at the Democratic … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Guest: Lisa Moore, Department of English On November 27, 1978, Harvey Milk and George Moscone were murdered in San Francisco’s City Hall. Milk was one of the first openly gay politicians in California, and … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Guests: David F Crew and Charters Wynn, Professors of History, The University of Texas at Austin On November 11, 1918, the guns fell silent in Europe as the armistice with Germany ended World War One. World … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Guests: Mary Neuburger, Departments of History & Slavic Studies; Yoav Di-Capua, Department of History On October 30, 1918, the Ottoman Empire signed a treaty of capitulation to the Allied Powers aboard the HMS Agamemnon, … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Marcelo Domingos, Department of History Guest: Andreia Menezes, Department of Linguistics, Literature and Humanities, Federal University of São Paulo The first notes of the samba and the tango instantly capture ones attention, transporting the listener to Bahia and Rio de Janeiro in … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Augusta Dell’Omo, Department of History Guest: Aaron O’Connell, Department of History The US Marine Corps may now proudly boast to be the home of the few and the proud, but this wasn’t always the case. In the early part … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Guest: Ahmad al-Jallad, Sofia Chair of Arabic Studies, The Ohio State University Like digging through archaeological layers, documenting the development of language and writing provides important clues about historical events. Recent discoveries in the … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Department of History, University of Texas at Austin Guest: Robert Weinberg, Isaac H. Clothier Professor of History and International Relations, Swarthmore College In Kiev, in 1911, a Jewish factory manager named Mendel Beilis was indicted for murdering … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Brooks Winfree, Department of History, UT-Austin Guest: Manisha Sinha, Draper Chair in American History, University of Connecticut It’s well known in American history that slavery was abolished with the 13th amendment to the constitution, however, the debate over slavery … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Department of History, University of Texas at Austin Guest: Lisa Kirschenbaum, Professor of History, West Chester University During the Spanish Civil War (1936-39), which pitted a left-leaning Republic, suported by the Soviet Union, against right-leaning nationalists, supported … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History, University of Texas at Austin Guest: Julia Gossard, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Utah State University In the 17th and 18th centuries, France had its eyes on creating a worldwide trading empire. French merchant … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Augusta Dell’Omo, Department of History Guest: Lauren Henley, Department of History In 1885, the world’s attention was focused on a series of grisly murders that took place in the otherwise quiet town of Austin, Texas. Several African-American women were … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Professor, Department of History, University of Texas at Austin Guest: Sheila Fitzpatrick, Distinguished Service Professor Emerita, University of Chicago and Professor of History, University of Sydney It’s been 100 years since the Emperor of Russia was overthrown … Continue reading →…
 
We’ve made it to 100 episodes! Join co-hosts Joan Neuberger and Christopher Rose as they look back on the origins of 15 Minute History, relive the awkwardness of the first few outings in the studio, recap their favorite episodes, share … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Professor, Department of History Guest: Ben Wright, Associate Director for Communications, Briscoe Center for American History With America’s entry into World War One in April 1917, life immediately changed for many young Americans. Nowhere was this change … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Marcelo Jose Domingos, Department of History Guest: Gustavo Cerqueira, Department of African and African Diaspora Studies Nearly half of the ten million Africans brought to the Americas over the course of the Atlantic Slave trade were brought to the … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Augusta Dell’Omo, Department of History, UT-Austin Guest: Tatjana Lichtenstein, Professor, Department of History, and Director, Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies, UT-Austin After World War 1, the Zionist movement – the Jewish nationalist movement that had the creation of a … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History, University of Texas at Austin Guest: Julia Gossard, Assistant Professor of History, Utah State University Satanic masses. Child sacrifice. Renegade priests who deal in love potions and black magics. And a secret tribunal set … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Guest: Jeremi Suri, Mack Brown Chair for Leadership in Global Affairs, LBJ School of Public Affairs and Professor, Department of History, University of Texas at Austin Over the past two and a half centuries, … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Henry Weincek, Institute for Historical Studies Guest: Steven Hahn, New York University Populism seems to describe everything in America these days, from politics to styles of communication. Some might say that it’s used so often, and in so many … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Guest: Andrea Gutierrez, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Asian Studies Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Male-dominated narratives, male authors, and male-centered agency and priorities have been the norm throughout history, until the latter half of the 20th-century. So it’s no surprise that … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Augusta Dell’Omo, Graduate Student, Department of History Guest: John Carranza, Graduate Student, Department of History Americans with disabilities compose approximately 50 million people today, and yet remains largely removed from the historical record. The road to recognition has been long and … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Professor, Department of History Guest: Steven Mintz, Professor, Department of History “Kids today.” Everyone says it, it seems, in reference to the idea that children today are spoiled, raised with poor values, and somehow have it worse … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Professor, Department of History, UT-Austin Guest: Peniel E. Joseph, Barbara Jordan Chair in Ethics and Political Values, and Founding Director, Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, LBJ School of Public Affairs, and Professor, Department of History, UT-Austin … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History, University of Texas at Austin Guest: Lydia Pine, Research Affiliate, Institute for Historical Studies, University of Texas at Austin Over the last century, the search for human ancestors has spanned four continents and resulted … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Professor, Department of History Guest: Heather Andrea Williams, Presidential Professor and Professor of Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania One of the most callous and tragic aspects of slavery in the United States was the slave owners’ practice … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Samantha Rose Rubino, UT School of Law Guest: Brian McNeil, Fellow, Institute for Historical Studies, UT-Austin Humanitarian intervention has become such an accepted part of international relations, and our news headlines are full of stories about humanitarian efforts from … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Guest: Rachel Laudan, independent scholar Thousands of years before recorded human history, anthropologists have traced the evolution of human society from a nomadic hunter-gatherer phase to the rise of agricultural practices, which allowed people … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History Guest: Philippa Levine, Mary Helen Thompson Centennial Professor in the Humanities; Co-Director, Program in British Studies On June 23, 2016, British voters stunned many political observers (if not themselves) by voting to leave the European … Continue reading →…
 
Fifty years ago, on August 1, 1966, twenty-five year old student Charles Whitman killed 16 people and wounded at least 32 more at UT Austin. A former Marine sharpshooter, he went to the 28th-floor observation deck of the UT Tower and began shooting people … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Department of History, University of Texas at Austin Guest: Judith Coffin, Department of History, University of Texas at Austin Simone de Beauvoir was one of the most important intellectuals, feminists, and writers of the 20th century. Her … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Department of History, UT-Austin Guest: Ahmad al-Jallad, University of Leiden In most world history survey courses, Arabia is introduced for the first time only as backstory to the rise of Islam. We’re told that there was a tradition … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Kristie Flannery, Department of History, UT-Austin Guest: Ashleigh Dean, Assistant Professor of Asian History, Monmouth University With the establishment of Manila as a Spanish trading port in 1571, one of the most important economic links in the pre-modern world … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Samantha Rose Rubino, Department of History, UT-Austin Guest: Ben Weiss, Department of History, UT-Austin Part of the civilizing mission of European powers in their colonies in Asia and Africa was an interest in encouraging hygiene and health among the … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Center for Middle Eastern Studies Guest: Kristin Wintersteen, Department of History, University of Houston After World War II, governments and international aid agencies were looking for a way to ameliorate the widespread hunger and malnutrition that populations … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Professor, Department of History Guest: R. Joseph Parrott, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History Following World War II, a large part of the world was in the hands of European powers, established as colonies in the previous centuries. As … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Professor, Department of History, UT-Austin Guest: John Merriman, Charles Seymour Professor of History, Yale For four months in 1871, angry citizens of Paris seized control of the city after a humiliating defeat against the Prussian Empire and … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History, UT-Austin Guest: Kristie Flannery, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History At the height of the Spanish Empire, the Manila Galleon – an annual flotilla between Manila and Acapulco – was considered the lifeline of … Continue reading →…
 
Host: Samantha Rose Rubino, Doctoral Student, Department of History Guest: Christopher Rose, Assistant Director, Center for Middle Eastern Studies In the summer of 2015, an obscure Qur’ān manuscript hidden in the far reaches of the Cadbury Research Library at the … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Christopher Rose, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, UT-Austin Guest: James Joshua Hudson, Visiting Assistant Professor, Knox College In the waning days of China’s Qing Empire, a riot broke out in Changsha, the capital of Hunan Province. After two years … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Host: Joan Neuberger, Professor, Department of History Guest: John Moran Gonzalez, Associate Professor, Department of English In the early part of the 20th century, Texas became more integrated into the United States with the arrival of the railroad. With easier … Continue reading →By The University of Texas at Austin.
 
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