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Best Peter Konieczny podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Peter Konieczny podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Although people love to read and learn about The Wars of the Roses, there’s one historical figure who is rarely found in the limelight: Henry VI. This week, Danièle speaks with Lauren Johnson about the somewhat forgotten “shadow king” Henry, his life, his illness, and his quiet but important legacy. The sponsor for this week’s episode is Skillshare…
 
This week’s episode is about one of the places where art and memory, serious messages and playful doodles intersect: graffiti. Danièle interviews Matthew Champion to find out about what sort of images you can find on the walls of a medieval church, just who was tagging, and a little bit about pandemic graffiti. You can learn more about Matthew's wo…
 
Today I speak with Peter Konieczny, Editor of Medieval Warfare Magazine. Support this podcast by subscribing to Medieval Warfare Magazine. P.S. - You can save 10% off of your subscription by using the coupon code ''VIKINGS'' at checkout. Referenced in Today’s Episode: Sturlunga Saga - An English Translation Medieval Iceland: Society, Sagas, and Pow…
 
We know for a fact that the medieval world was diverse, we know for a fact that civilizations outside of the major European nations were interesting, but at the moment, Medieval Studies is still a very white field. So why does this matter, especially in the current moment? Because black history matters. Black scholarship matters. And black lives ma…
 
Today I speak with Dr. Christian Cooijmans about Vikings in the Frankish Empire. TEXT ''FRANKISH'' to ''55-444'' to enter the book giveaway! Referenced in Today’s Episode: Monarchs and Hydrarchs: The Conceptual Development of Viking Activity across the Frankish Realm (c. 750–940) Follow The History of Vikings on YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. Fee…
 
Today I speak with my friend, Dr. Jóhanna Katrín Friðriksdóttir, about the women of the Viking World. TEXT ''VIKING WOMEN'' to ''55-444'' to enter the book giveaway! Referenced in Today’s Episode: Podcorn Valkyrie: The Women of the Viking World Follow The History of Vikings on YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. Feel free to contact me with any questi…
 
Today I chat with classical historian, Nic Fields about Harald Hardrada of Norway. Support the show and visit our sponsor https://www.vkngjewelry.com/discount/NOAH20 Referenced in Today’s Episode: God's Viking: Harald Hardrada: The Life and Times of the Last Great Viking Follow The History of Vikings on YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. Feel free to…
 
I am pleased to announce the release of my new history podcast Victoria’s World! You can find the podcast on all major podcasting platforms and via the links below. Referenced in Today’s Episode: Victoria’s World on Apple Podcasts Victoria’s World on Spotify Press Release Introducing Victoria’s World Follow The History of Vikings on YouTube, Twitte…
 
Often, people think of the women of medieval Europe as either wives or nuns: women whose lives and property were under the control of someone else. But what tends to be forgotten is that for some women there was a third option: to become a beguine. This week, Danièle speaks with Dr. Tanya Stabler Miller about who the beguines were, and what medieva…
 
Today I chat with Dr. Jón Karl Helgason, professor in the Department of Icelandic and Comparative Cultural Studies at the University of Iceland. We discuss the widely popular and controversial Njáls Saga. Support the show and visit our sponsor https://www.vkngjewelry.com/discount/NOAH20 Referenced in Today’s Episode: Echoes of Valhalla: The Afterli…
 
Today I chat with Dr. Simon Nygaard, a scholar of Old Norse religion at Aarhus University in Denmark. We discuss religious rituals pre-Christian Scandinavia and how the Norse could have worshiped their gods through poetry. Support the show and visit our sponsor https://www.vkngjewelry.com/discount/NOAH20 Referenced in Today’s Episode: Dr. Nygaard o…
 
I am pleased to announce the release of my new history podcast Victoria's World! You can find the podcast on all major podcasting platforms and via the links below. Referenced in Today's Episode: Victoria's World on Apple Podcasts Victoria's World on Spotify Press Release Introducing Victoria's World Follow The History of Vikings on YouTube, Twitte…
 
Today I chat with Dr. Leszek Gardeła, an archeologist and Viking Age specialist from the University of Bergen, Norway. We discuss the controversial topic of Viking warrior women and whether Norse women fought in combat during the Middle Ages. Referenced in Today’s Episode: 1001 Heroes, Legends, Histories and Mysteries Amazons of the North Video Fol…
 
Today I chat with Dr. Mathias Nordvig of the University of Colorado Boulder. He teaches Pre-Christian Nordic mythologies, Scandinavian folklore, North Atlantic and Greenlandic literature, reception history of the Viking Age in the Nordic Studies Program there. We discuss the Norse winter holiday of Yule and how it was celebrated during the Viking A…
 
Today I speak with Dr. Jackson Crawford, an Old Norse specialist, and translator teaching at the University of Colorado Boulder. We discuss the Old Norse poem Hávamál and how it contributes to our understanding of Norse myth and literature. Referenced in Today’s Episode: The History of Vikings YouTube channel History Time Voices of the Past The Wan…
 
When it comes to stories of reinvention and forging new paths, there’s one historian whose body of work stands out. This week, Danièle sat down with Dr. Natalie Zemon Davis over a cup of tea and talked about some of her favourite trailblazers, how she sees Medieval Studies today, and how historians can use their work to bring people together across…
 
Today I chat with Dr. Alexandra Sanmark, Reader in Medieval Archaeology at the Centre for Nordic Studies at the University of the Highlands and Islands. We discuss assembly sites across the Old Norse World and the significance they had in how the Vikings governed their people. Be sure to check out my new book The Poetic Edda: A Study Guide. The Poe…
 
The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Canada has unveiled a new exhibition: Caravans of Gold, Fragments in Time: Art, Culture, and Exchange Across Medieval Saharan Africa. Danièle took in the exhibition and spoke with Michael Chagnon, the Curator of the museum. They talk about medieval Africa, its connections with the wider world, and what you can see at…
 
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