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True Crime Historian
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Stories of the famous and forgotten scandals, scoundrels and scourges of the past, told from historic newspapers accounts in the golden age of yellow journalism.
 
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Heavy Metal Historian
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The weekly podcast looking into the history of metal
 
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Baseball Historian Podcast
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Baseball Historian relives the greatest moments as heard on radio. The History of Baseball through the games, radio shows, interviews an more.
 
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The Survivor Historian Podcasts
 
Survivor experts delve into Survivor history
 
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Crime Historian
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I tell stories about the strange, forgotten, obscure, and just plain interesting. I am a teacher by day and a self-professed crime historian by night.
 
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The Partial Historians » Podcast
 
An Ancient Roman History podcast hosted by Roman Historians!
 
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True Crime Historian
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Stories of the famous and forgotten scandals, scoundrels and scourges of the past, told from historic newspapers in the golden age of yellow journalism.
 
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Meet The Historians Podcast
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Hello and welcome to andallthat.co.uk’s new podcast series: Meet the Historians. Over the course of this first series I will be talking to a number of historians who have written about the Soviet Union and finding out a bit more about their historical methods and approaches. I will also be exploring their interpretations of key topics such as: Stalin’s wartime leadership; the effectiveness of Khrushchev’s de-Stalinisation programme; and the reasons for the breakup of the USSR. The series wil ...
 
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Heavy Metal Historian
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The weekly podcast looking into the history of metal
 
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Comic Book Historians
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Alex Grand, Bill Field and Jim Thompson start off a comic book history discussion between fans, historians and scholars in determining what happened and when in comics, from strips and pulps to the platinum age comic book, through golden, silver, bronze and then toward modern. All genre's are open game here including Westerns, Comedy, Crime, Superheroes, Westerns, Horror, and Newspaper Strips. Causality and placement in the psychosocial spectrum is routinely discussed.
 
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Baseball Historian Podcast
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Baseball Historian relives the greatest moments as heard on radio. The History of Baseball through the games, radio shows, interviews an more.
 
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Space Quest Historian Podcast by Troels Pleimert
 
Strap into your space jockeys and fly off into the nebulous with The Space Quest Historian, a bi-weekly show of all things tenuously related to Space Quest, SpaceVenture and The Two Guys From Andromeda.
 
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Groovy Historian Podcast
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hey there its the groovy historian to make a groovy historical world with history and collaborations from cover various groovy historical topics from ancient to present history : hope you enjoy perhaps subscribe and stay groovy everyone !
 
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Swope's Picks with "The Morning After" Historian Buck Swope
 
Swopes Picks with "The Morning After" Historian Buck Swope features the best of The Ryan Kelley Morning After on KFNS 590 The Fan and insideSTL.com
 
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Historiansplaining: A historian tells you why everything you know is wrong
 
History lectures by Samuel Biagetti. I am a historian (and antique dealer) with a Phd in early American history from Columbia University; my dissertation was on Freemasonry in the 1700s. I have recently taught courses at Columbia and Barnard College and have had articles published in Early American Studies and the Journal of Caribbean History. The world today is nothing more than the product of everything that came before; hence, misunderstanding the past leads us to misjudge the present. I ...
 
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Hoops Historians
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Dan Ryan and Chris Axmann host a podcast about the history of professional basketball
 
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Making of a Historian
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A podcast exploring one graduate student's quest to study for his comprehensive exams in history.
 
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Historians of Education in Scotland
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The first HEdScot conference took place at the Royal Society of Edinburgh on 21 October 2011.
 
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The Casual Historian
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A casual look at history form the present.
 
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The Layman's Historian
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The Layman's Historian is a podcast about interesting periods of history that a layman would appreciate. My first series covers the history of Carthage including the three Punic Wars between Carthage and Rome.
 
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S&H: Storyteller & Historian
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Join storyteller Richard Rubin and historian Jonathan Bratten every month as they explore the history of America and the world, sorting out fact from legend from a secure and undisclosed location deep in Maine.
 
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Nerdonomy: Nerds on History
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History is full amazing stories. Join hosts Bryan Moriarty, Eric Bricmont, and Sarah Ashley as they explore the most inspirational, terrifying and hilarious events in history. Everything from the creation of the universe to the invention of Cheese in a Can and everything in between. Learn something new weekly by subscribing to the Nerd’s on History podcast.
 
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Hoops Historians
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Dan Ryan and Chris Axmann host a podcast about the history of professional basketball
 
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The Gaming Historian
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Preserving Video Games
 
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The Historian's Movie Review
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History through the lens of film. Updated Fridays . . . usually.
 
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Comic Book Historians
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An Online Fanzine
 
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The Z List Dead List
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The Z List Dead List - a history of the not-so famous. Comedians, Historians and Podcasters talk about their favourite forgotten people from History. Full of laughs and facts. A mix of live show and interview hosted by BBC Radio 4's Making History's Iszi Lawrence.
 
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Association of Art Historians, Voices in Art History
 
Drawing on the Association of Art Historians Oral Histories, this three-part audio programme revisits the founding era of the AAH, exploring the circumstances and the personalities that brought together a group of scholars to form the Association in 1974.
 
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Anglo American Conference of Historians 2009: Cities
 
Anglo American Conference of Historians 2009: Cities
 
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Anglo American Conference of Historians 2015: Fashion
 
In a major collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum, the IHR is taking Fashion as the theme for its annual conference in summer 2015. Fashion in history is a topic which has come of age in recent years, as scholars have turned to addressing wh...
 
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Conversations and Disputations: Discussions among Historians
 
Conversations and Disputations
 
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Anglo-American Conference of Historians 2010: Environment
 
Environments79th Anglo–AmericanConference of Historians
 
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A Taste of the Past
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Linda Pelaccio, a culinary historian, takes a weekly journey through the history of food on A Taste of the Past. Tune in for interviews with authors, scholars and culinary chroniclers who discuss food culture from ancient Mesopotamia and Rome to the grazing tables and deli counters of today. Each week Linda explores the lively link between food cultures of the present and past.
 
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New Books in History
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Interviews with Historians about their New Books
 
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Swope's Picks with "The Morning After" Historian Buck Swope
 
Swope’s Picks is a weekly dive into the historical archives of The Morning After radio program featuring Tim McKernan, Doug Vaughn, and others. Hosted by show historian Buck Swope, each program focuses on a classic show or movement within the insideSTL culture, with Swope interviewing prominent figures from the subculture in order to provide context to the nitwittery circus.
 
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Anglo American Conference of Historians 2011: Health in History
 
Anglo American Conference of Historians 2011: Health in History
 
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This is my Toronto
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Welcome to This is my Toronto, the podcast where your host, Jeff McCartney showcases our great city by focusing on the incredible and talented work of local entrepreneurs, entertainers and historians. Once a week, Jeff will interview a member of our city who is contributing to "bringing it to life". The show will run approximately 40-50 minutes, or about the length of your commute time or perhaps the time you take working out or getting your “steps” in. The show's mantra is simple: Don't let ...
 
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History or Something Like It
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A bi-monthly show bringing you little known facts about some of history's greatest mysteries, claims, and misconceptions.
 
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American History Untucked
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American History Untucked is a podcast conversation with American Historians, hosted by Dr. David Silkenat
 
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Condensed History Gems
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History is all around us, and there are so many topics to be discussed! So once a week history writer Jem Duducu (@historygems) and juggler and history performer Greg Chapman (@condensedhist) sit down to talk about and swap information on a range of historical subjects - from the Vikings to the World Wars and everything in between. Often funny, always fun, each of the main episodes covers a different topic, plus there are occasional special guests and Greg plays a game of historical 'what if ...
 
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Hometown History
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In small towns and cities everywhere there exist museums that hold artifacts that represent a person or event that changed the world. The Hometown History podcast provides Historians an opportunity to share their knowledge of such artifacts, from museums you would probably have never heard about.
 
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History & Policy
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H&P is a unique collaboration between the Institute of Contemporary British History at King's College London and the University of Cambridge.We are the only project in the UK providing access to an international network of more than 500 historians with a broad range of expertise. H&P offers a range of resources for historians, policy makers and journalists.
 
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly program about visual art. The program features host Tyler Green's conversations with artists, art historians, curators, critics and authors. It is published each Thursday.
 
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1914: Day by Day
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Historian Margaret MacMillan chronicles the road to war in 1914.
 
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The Fretboard Journal Guitar Podcast
 
Each week, the Fretboard Journal interviews some of our favorite musicians, instrument builders and historians.
 
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BackStory
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BackStory is a weekly public podcast hosted by U.S. historians Ed Ayers, Brian Balogh, Nathan Connolly and Joanne Freeman. We're based in Charlottesville, Va. at the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.Each week we take a topic that people are talking about and explore it through the lens of American history. Through stories, interviews, and conversation with our listeners, we make history engaging and fun.
 
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Fab 4 Free 4 All
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Enlightening discussion about the Music of The Beatles by three long-time Beatles collectors and historians.
 
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History Today Podcast
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A conversation about the world of history, featuring interviews with key historians and authors and discussions about historical themes and ideas.
 
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Life Of Caesar Premium Podcasts
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Interviews with scholars, academics, historians and authors about Julius Caesar and Ancient Rome.
 
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The Shadow of Ideas - History, Politics, and Current Events on the Edge
 
The Shadow of Ideas is a journey into the world of current events, politics, and social justice through the lens of a historian.
 
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On the latest edition of Whatcha' Ya Got Cookin', we speak with Culinary Historian Michael Twitty. His new book is called “The Cooking Gene: A Journey through African American Culinary History in the Old South.” It’s part personal memoir, part history, and part cook book. It’s a startling and poignant chronicle of how people held in bondage, wi ...…
 
Colorado elections director Judd Choate tells Colorado Matters the state's voting system is well protected against hackers, but there are vulnerabilities here. Then, DU historian Jeanne Abrams talks about the lives of the first, first ladies who lived in a time women couldn't vote and largely stayed out of politics.…
 
Jazz is a uniquely American art form that draws upon and synthesizes African rhythms, Gospel music and blues with the history of American slavery. Join acclaimed jazz historian and Columbia University Professor Robert O’Meally as he explores the spiritual dimension of the jazz idiom in the American experience through the work of three different ...…
 
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Remember When with Harvey Deegan Podcast
 
Join Military Historian Jay Walsh as he tells the story of the Battle of Retimo which was a battle during WW2 on the Greek Island of Crete. It began on the morning of the 20th May 1941 when Germany launched an airborne invasion of Crete. Australian and Greek forces defended the airfield.
 
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Amazing Podcast Episodes: ~3x curated episodes per week
 
“Studying history aims to loosen the grip of the past… It will not tell us what to choose, but at least it gives us more options.” – Yuval Noah Harari Yuval Noah Harari is the star historian who shot to fame with his international bestseller 'Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind'. In that book Harari explained how human values have been contin ...…
 
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Dead for Filth with Michael Varrati
 
This week, we dig into Hollywood horror history as we welcome noted film historian, archivist, and author David Del Valle! Among other things, David discusses his friendships with the likes of Vincent Price and Christopher Lee, his prolific work in the world of DVD/Blu-Ray commentary tracks, and the William Castle movie that got him called to t ...…
 
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Seriously...
 
Illegitimacy once meant you were a 'bastard'. The MP Caroline Flint wants to know what the word 'illegitimate' means now.Caroline has always been open about her unmarried Mum having her when she was 17 years old and that she had her first son before she got married. Caroline describes her own family's story as a Catherine Cookson novel. There a ...…
 
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The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)
 
Historian and author Niall Ferguson returns to The Agenda to discuss his new book "The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, From the Freemasons to Facebook." Ferguson explains the significance of social networks and how they have challenged the power of hierarchical institutions throughout history. He also discusses the outsized role compa ...…
 
On today’s show:We check back in with Duke University historian and Democracy in Chains author Nancy MacLean after the first year of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By podcasts@chicagopublicradio.org (WBEZ Chicago).
 
On today’s show:We check back in with Duke University historian and Democracy in Chains author Nancy MacLean after the first year of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By podcasts@chicagopublicradio.org (WBEZ Chicago).
 
Bob Grove joins Cook and Poni to talk about Fleury's return and the Pens surge.
 
On Wednesday's Houston Matters: From another federal government budget deadline, to Gov. Abbott's primary endorsements, our group of local experts discusses the latest political stories with an eye for how they might affect Houston. Also this hour: Valentine's Day is just a week away. Our group of Houston food writers discusses their favorite r ...…
 
iResolve Part 5: To Practice Forgiveness Matthew 18:21-22 February 4, 2018 Pastor Morris Brown Download PDF As you know, we’ve been sharing a worship series the past few weeks entitled iResolve. In this series, we’ve been considering some things our faith says we need to resolve to do to get 2018 off to a great start. We began by resolving to f ...…
 
Warren Perrin, renowned historian of Acadian culture and a man who has dedicated his life to promoting the accurate history of the Acadians, is our guest on this episode of Discover Lafayette. Author of “Acadian Redemption,” a biography of Beausoleil Broussard, Perrin has worked tirelessly to reinvigorate the Cajun pride movement through his Pe ...…
 
This paper explores genealogies of food, taste, nutrition and questions of governance in India through attempts to regulate the production and sale of ghee (clarified butter and it’s mimetic others) in interwar India. The idea of food regulation was itself a very new, introduced with the various health acts ratified by the provinces of India in ...…
 
Jazz is a uniquely American art form that draws upon and synthesizes African rhythms, Gospel music and blues with the history of American slavery. Join acclaimed jazz historian and Columbia University Professor Robert O’Meally as he explores the spiritual dimension of the jazz idiom in the American experience through the work of three different ...…
 
In 2017, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims left their homes in Myanmar fleeing government persecution, in what the UN has called the world's fastest growing refugee crisis. Lucy Burns speaks to Rohingya historian and politician U Kyaw Min to explore the roots of the crisis - and a change in the Burmese citizenship laws in 1982 which lef ...…
 
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History Extra podcast
 
Historian and author Nicola Tallis explores the life of Lettice Knollys, who was a leading figure at the Tudor court until she enraged the Virgin Queen by marrying her favourite, Robert Dudley
 
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The Film Programme
 
With Francine StockDirector Paul Thomas Anderson discusses Phantom Thread, Daniel Day Lewis' farewell to the film industry.There's another episode of Pitch Battle, in which historians nominate a suitable candidate for the movie treatment, a historical figure who has not yet been the subject of bio-pic. This week Helen Antrobus champions Ellen W ...…
 
In anticipation of the 150th anniversary of the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson, on Feb. 24, we look at the history of presidential impeachments, the interpretation of the Impeachment Clause, and the application to current day controversies. Joining us to discuss this important historical episode are two of America’s leading scholars on ...…
 
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RTÉ - Liveline
 
Historian Catherine Corless was upset at an inference that she was involved in a website called tuambabies.org which is run by Owen Felix O'Neill.
 
MAX BOOT, military historian and author, writes the story of Edward Lansdale —a brilliant, but controversial CIA operative whose ideas have influenced American foreign policy for nearly a decade. In his new book, The Road Not Taken: Edward Lansdale and the American Tragedy in Vietnam, Boot delved into over 30 archives across three continents an ...…
 
Our fan historian, Leigh Edmonds, recorded this panel with early members of the Melbourne SF Club. The panel (l to r): Leigh Edmonds, Lee Harding, Dick Jenssen, Rob Gerrand Panel starts with Leigh Edmonds at 00:23 / Dick Jenssen at 11:00 / Lee Harding at 15:20 Dick on the Club as group therapy 20:48 / Rob Gerrand at 21:44 SF as subversive liter ...…
 
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Mickey Plyler Show (6-9 AM)
 
Sam Blackman, noted Clemson historian, joins the show to talk sports gone by.
 
In part two of our discussion about racism, we talk about ways to respond to the problems in the field, in teaching, scholarship, and more. Thank you to Katherine Blouin, Damian Fleming, Usama Ali Gad, Rebecca Futo Kennedy, Asa Mittman, Dimitri Nakassis, Helen Young, and Donna Zuckerberg for their generous contributions of time and thoughtful d ...…
 
This week marks the 50 th anniversary of the Tet Offensive; a battle that historians point to as a major turning point of American involvement in the Vietnam War. The University of Kentucky’s History Department is hoping to keep the conversation going about the war with a series of lectures starting next month in the WT Young Library. For a pre ...…
 
Some people want to meet their heroes; writer/historian Dennis McNally made a career out of meeting his. Already the author of the definitive Beat biography, Desolate Angel: Jack Kerouac, the Beat Generation and America, his life changed when he met with Jerry Garcia in 1980. He became the Grateful Dead’s biographer, and then a few years later ...…
 
Episode 200-Carol Kammen from Ithaca talks about her experiences as Tompkins County historian. Kammen is well-known in the New York State history community and also has done work on the history of Cornell University.The Historianshttp://bobcudmore.com/
 
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The World in Time / Lapham’s Quarterly
 
“Two and a half decades after the collapse of the USSR, it seems the strangest of anachronisms that Vladimir Illyich Lenin can continue to draw such crowds,” Victor Sebestyen writes of Lenin’s tomb. “Everyone knows the havoc he wreaked; few people now believe in the faith he espoused. Yet he still commands attention—even affection—in Russia.” T ...…
 
Marijuana legalization for recreational and medical use is spreading from state to across the US. The Trump administration is saber-rattling over the trend, threatening to reinvigorate federal restrictions. Hard to stamp out a weed, though. Use of Marijuana has been trampled in the past, yet it finds a way. Historian Emily Dufton tracks the ris ...…
 
Norfolk, England, once one of the richest areas of the country, is home to a number of large estates and amazing stately houses, including Norman Castles, Moated Tudor Houses, Jacobean Halls, Georgian Mansions and Victorian Stately Homes. Glynn Burrows, family historian and owner of Norfolk Tours, talks about two magnificent mansion with gorgeo ...…
 
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Bellarmine Magazine Podcast: The Pineapple
 
Part Two Interview with Rev. Clyde Crews, historian and author of new book In Veritatis Amore, which chronicles through text and photographs the 67 year history of Bellarmine University.
 
No other historical figure from the Old West has stirred up more controversy and eluded historians and biographers more than Billy the Kid alias William H. Bonney. This young man in his short life has established his place in history and legend, but there is more to the myth there's the man. So who was Billy the Kid? How did he become a legend? ...…
 
MY HAPPY PLACE EVERYBODY says they love Disneyland! OK, so not everybody does, but in my mind everybody should love Disneyland. Honestly, when I run into people and I bring up Disneyland--inevitable by the way that I will find a way to bring it up--and their response is basically, meh, the thought that is screaming in my head is, "What is wrong ...…
 
(Photo: The death of Gustavus von Tempsky by Tītokowaru's forces in 1868. Tītokowaru's War was one of the last major conflicts of the New Zealand wars.) Civil war plagues our times. As David Armitage notes in his brilliant work, Civil Wars: A History in Ideas, the idea of the ‘Long Peace’ after the Second World War is in many ways misleading as ...…
 
Composer Evan Fein studied piano with Gerardo Teissonnière at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Fein now lives in New York and teaches at the Juilliard School. But he and his former teacher share a lifelong love of Schubert’s music that recently brought them back together as collaborators. A shared love of Schubert Teissonnière’s relationship w ...…
 
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Best Podcasts Similar To Pod Save America - 3 Episodes a week
 
Published on 09 Jan 2018. The President of the United States is considered one of the most powerful people in the world. So what happens after the Commander-in-Chief becomes a civilian again? How does a former president shape his legacy after he leaves office? To find out, we asked Mark Updegrove, historian and author of Second Acts: Presidenti ...…
 
In an unlikely place at an unlikely time, a group of black and white former sharecroppers, socialist organizers, and Christian reformers began an agricultural experiment in pursuit of economic subsistence and human dignity. Historian Robert Hunt Ferguson, in Remaking …
 
In an unlikely place at an unlikely time, a group of black and white former sharecroppers, socialist organizers, and Christian reformers began an agricultural experiment in pursuit of economic subsistence and human dignity. Historian Robert Hunt Ferguson, in Remaking …
 
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