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Researchers share the questions they are examining with the help of archival and book collections of the Bodleian Libraries.
 
Researchers share the questions they are examining with the help of archival and book collections of the Bodleian Libraries.
 
Researchers at work in Bodleian archives and historic collections
 
Researchers at work in Bodleian archives and historic collections
 
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Making History
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Series exploring the latest historical and archaeological research
 
As a growing metropolis, London is in the middle of a severe housing crisis, widely evidenced in the press and featuring in political debates.The problem of creating adequate homes for a growing demand is not new. The Centre for Metropolitan History ...
 
Convenors: Simon Healy (History of Parliament) Prof Richard Hoyle (VCH/IHR), Prof Michael Questier (QMUL), Dr Neil Younger (Open University), Dr Rivkah Zim (KCL)
 
Modern British History seminar series
 
The Military History seminar at the Institute of Historical Research
 
The first HEdScot conference took place at the Royal Society of Edinburgh on 21 October 2011.
 
Historical, Forensic, and Paranormal Research and Studies
 
British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar for the Institute of Historical Research
 
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 ...
 
The Institute of Historical Research and the University of Notre Dame, with the collaboration of the Centre for Global History, University of Oxford, present a series of seminars.
 
This conference seeks to bring together scholars working on the materiality of urban life from a variety of different disciplinary perspectives, in order to debate the particular qualities of public, private, commercial, domestic and civic material cul...
 
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Reviews in History
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Covering books and digital resources across all fields of history
 
A one day conference in collaboration with the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies and the Department of History, University of Calgary and the History of Warfare Research Group, King's College London
 
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History Day 2015
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History libraries & research open dayAn opportunity to meet and learn about libraries and archives.A one-day programme ideal for postgraduate students and early career researchers.
 
The Hagmann Report provides listeners information about current events and historical topics that transcend the political right-left paradigm and delve into the real issues behind the sugar-coated news. This unique, father-son detective duo uses their investigative abilities and resources to aggressively research and report on issues left untouched by the corporate media and those that exist beyond the scope of the non-traditional media. The show addresses many issues once considered mere fo ...
 
Where History Comes Alive! A fast-paced, well-researched weekly podcast covering a wide range of historical events, persons, places, legends, and mysteries, hosted by Jon Hagadorn. 1001 Heroes Podcast is a proud part of the 1001 Stories Podcast Network, which includes 1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales Podcast and 1001 Stories For the Road Podcast. The network enjoyed over 5 million listens in the past year from a worldwide audience. Get The Free App (1001Stories Network) Now! It combines al ...
 
As part of events to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, IWM (Imperial War Museums) in partnership with the Centre for Metropolitan History organised a major conference that explored the ways in which London and its inhabitants were affec...
 
Institute of Historical Research/ Early Career seminar
 
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Lost Origins
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Lost Origins explores all things ancient mystery, alternative historical theory, extraterrestrial phenomena, and lost civilizations. Every week, Andrew chats with experts, researchers, and authors on esoteric history and mind bending mysteries.
 
Lord Asa Briggs, one of the country’s most distinguished living historians, turns ninety this year, and he and his remarkable contribution to academic history to the development of Victorian studies, the history of communication and his role in the g...
 
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HEdScot Lectures
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HEdScot was formally launched at a public lecture on 25 November 2011 by Robert Anderson, Professor Emeritus in History at the University of Edinburgh, with the title 'Education and National Identity in Modern Scotland'.
 
Biography remains one of the most popular forms of non-fiction, and historical biography has often been the genre in which professional historians have written for a wider audience. But what happens when it is the historian who becomes the subject of t...
 
Environments79th Anglo–AmericanConference of Historians
 
International History seminar series
 
Histore stands for Historians' Online Research Environments. This project aims to encourage historians to make greater use of online research tools and to empower them to request appropriate tools for their institutions' own Virtual Research Environmen...
 
The Douglas Johnson memorial lecture looks into French and Anglo-French relations in memorial of Douglas Johnson (1925-2005). The lecture series is hosted jointly between the Institute of Historical Research and the Society for the Study of French His...
 
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Creighton Lecture
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Established by bequest as a memorial to the historian Mandell Creighton and commencing in 1907, the Creighton Lecture is delivered each year at the University of London by a leading historian.
 
Institute of Historical Research, University of London
 
This series is a collection of academic podcasts on a plethora of historical subjects. It ranges in scope from full recordings of academic research papers to informative contributions from professional historians discussing the details of specific historical events. Funded by the School of History and Archives, University College Dublin, the series is a partnership with the historyhub.ie website and multimedia hub.
 
Institute of Historical ResearchCities have been intimately connected with nationalisms of many kinds. The architecture and spatial design of cities have commonly been intended to bolster national pride. So have the nationalist ceremonies that citi...
 
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...
 
For centuries congestion has constituted a significant part of the travelling experience of peoples within and between cities, regions and nations. Meanwhile, for governments and planners, congestion has emerged as both a technical and cultural constru...
 
More than a billion people live in improvised dwellings or shanty towns in the early twenty-first century. Whether in inner cities or on the outskirts of a metropolis, these settlements have been dubbed “Shadow Cities” by Robert Neuwirth. Neuwirth ...
 
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Earth Ancients
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Earth Ancients chronicles the growing (and often suppressed) evidence of known and unknown civilizations, their ruined cities, and artifacts developed from advanced science and technology. Erased from the pages of time, these cultures discovered and charted the heavens, developed medicine and unleashed advancements that parallel and, in many cases, surpass our own. Join us and discover our lost history.Armed with the thousands of anomalous archeological discoveries which have not been covere ...
 
A conference to mark the 150th anniversary of the London Underground. Organised by the Centre for Metropolitan History (IHR), in association with the London Transport Museum.Image: Copyright Transport for London and reproduced by kind permission of t...
 
The Nature Immunology Podcast reports on cutting-edge immunological news from around the world. It covers not only the hottest topics in current immunological research but also pieces of historical and policy interest for immunologists. Tune into the podcast to get the real scoop on the dynamic field of immunology.
 
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History of Art
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History of Art at the University of Oxford draws on a long and deep tradition of teaching and studying the subject. The core academic staff of the History of Art Department work on subjects from medieval European architecture to modern Chinese art. Over fifty associated academic staff (e.g. in Anthropology, Classics, History, Oriental Studies, and the Ruskin School of Drawing) include teachers and researchers across the full global and historical range of art and visual culture. This offers ...
 
The Hagmann and Hagmann Report provides listeners information about current events and historical topics that transcend the political right-left paradigm and delve into the real issues behind the sugar-coated news. This unique, father-son detective duo uses their investigative abilities and resources to aggressively research and report on issues left untouched by the corporate media and those that exist beyond the scope of the non-traditional media. The show addresses many issues once consid ...
 
Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology keeps pace with important advances in all spheres of the neurologic and ophthalmologic sciences. Clinicians and researchers worldwide report on recent developments in diagnosing and treating ophthalmologic, neurologic, endocrine, inflammatory, and neoplastic conditions affecting the oculomotor and visual systems. The Journal publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on both clinical and basic aspects of neuro-ophthalmology. Other regular features include revie ...
 
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LogicallyCritical
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In a world where gut feelings are given more authority than facts, where the average person is permitted to drive 2 tons of steel death, and ‘God did it’ is an acceptable answer to why something happened, your life may just depend on listening to this podcast. The LogicallyCritical podcast is intended to encourage critical thinking in everyday situations without the hassle of checking facts at the library. Rather than quote historical research or bore you with statistics about how many denti ...
 
Historical Oracle is a podcast which aims to bring you the stories behind the most interesting historical events, people, places and periods. The podcast is hosted by Ben Fox - who has a Master of Research degree in Economic and Social History from the University of Exeter, and a BA (Hons) in History from the University of Plymouth.Enjoy!
 
Ethnomusicology Today is a podcast series produced by the Society for Ethnomusicology, an organization committed to the research, study, and performance of music in all historical periods and cultural contexts. Ethnomusicology Today features stories and interviews aimed at engaging a broad audience of educators, scholars, musicians, and a listening public interested in contemporary issues in global music studies.
 
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History of Art
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History of Art at the University of Oxford draws on a long and deep tradition of teaching and studying the subject. The core academic staff of the History of Art Department work on subjects from medieval European architecture to modern Chinese art. Over fifty associated academic staff (e.g. in Anthropology, Classics, History, Oriental Studies, and the Ruskin School of Drawing) include teachers and researchers across the full global and historical range of art and visual culture. This offers ...
 
Midnight Writer News is a podcast and website hosted by Editor-in-Chief S.T. Patrick. Midnight Writer News challenges the mainstream historical and political establishment in search of truth. Many of today's best alternative writers, speakers, and researchers will join S.T. Patrick in this ongoing search for truth in alternative history, conspiracy theories, contrarian thought, and new theories on classic tales.
 
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Last week, Marcy told you a bit about her origins, but what about those of the Filipino people? Well, prehistory is a difficult thing to nail down, particularly in a 30 minute podcast, but she’ll try… Wait…… how did we get to this? Next Week: Filipino mythology! Which is actually what Marcy wanted to talk about, but it seemed a little heavy han ...…
 
Here’s my chat with Ben Rankel about his new graphic novel Frank. Ben recently signed with Renegade Arts Entertainment to draw and write Frank, a historical mystery graphic novel set in one of Canada’s worst natural disasters — the Frank Slide. His comic work has also appeared in Avenue Magazine and at the Roq La Rue gallery in Seattle, Washing ...…
 
This week, U of L professor Cate Fosl talks about the life and legacy of journalist and activist Anne Braden, the failure to media to appropriately cover deadly violence against women, and much more. Notes on Episode 24: Cate Fosl’s official U of L page Cate Fosl et al, Kentucky LGBTQ Historic Narrative (PDF) Cate Fosl, Scholar-Activist of the ...…
 
Check out what we've noticed oot and aboot lately. Now a separate feature! Notice History is the official podcast of Know History, a historical research company based in Ottawa. Visit our website at knowhistory.ca/podcast, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram @NoticeHistory.
 
Berlin is the capital and the largest city of Germany, as well as one of its 16 constituent states. With a steadily growing population of approximately 3.7 million, Berlin is the second most populous city proper in the European Union behind London and the seventh most populous urban area in the European Union. Located in northeastern Germany on ...…
 
Bone broth has caught a lot of people's attnetion lately and even though, it may seem like something new and amazing, it truly is more pre-historic and paleolithic than anything else. But what is bone broth? What can it do for your health? In this episode, I will be sharing with you 5 simple benefits to consuming bone broth that is backed by mu ...…
 
Creating content for your business can be touch when you are busy doing everything else. In todays episode, we talk about how to get content written for your site so you don’t have to do it yourself. Resources for this Episode Writing Tools Hemingway Grammarly Transcription Services & Tools Rev Scribie Trint oTranscribe Writing Websites Upwork ...…
 
REVELATION Behold, the days come. Will You Be Ready? Is the unseen now visible, is the unrealized now taking place? In 1947 the nation of Israel was born. On December 6th did President Trump fulfill scripture with his words shook the world. For the first time in over 2000 years, Jerusalem was recognized as the capital of Israel. To my knowledge ...…
 
There were 21 lynchings in the State of Ohio, between 1856 and 1932. This episode tells the stories of the 5 lynchings, for which the least amount of information exists. These lynchings took place in 1877 (two), 1892, 1920 and 1932. There is also be a Police Blotter and Court News column, from March 1, 1869. HISTORICAL REFERENCES: Simeon Garnet ...…
 
Ron Miller has been an educational scholar and activist, teacher, publisher and bookseller, community leader and philanthropist. Originally trained as a Montessori educator, he received a Ph.D. from Boston University in American Studies, focusing on the cultural and historical foundations of education. His research led to several books, includi ...…
 
Black Kids in Outer Spaces interviews the Newark Historical Renaissance Ride's Delanie West and Hassan Abdus-Sabur.The Seersucker Summer Social Ride: The Newark Historical Renaissance Ride is June 16 2018.A guided tour through the great city of Newark in the chosen wards and sites. Seersucker & Summer Linens are the seasonal fashion theme for t ...…
 
Paula chats with Danielle from the Marion Heritage Research Centre and Renya about all things history for our Get Into History episode. Find out how you can discover the mysteries of your family's history, hear Paula uncover a piece of her own family's history, learn about some great books for introducing history to children and some of our fav ...…
 
Dungeons & Dragons has been a cult classic game since it was first published in 1974. Since then, it has had significant influence not just on pop culture, but also on larger movements such as the Satanic Panic of the 1980s. Today, D&D is enjoying a pop culture resurgence thanks to phenomena such as the television show Stranger Things. Join our ...…
 
Moving from our more typical science topics towards more applied research, I talked with Lindsey about her research in public history. She focuses on the representation of women in historic house museums and examining the disconnect between academic research about early American women and their portrayal in spaces that are stereotypically femin ...…
 
In this episode, Prof. Eva Payne discusses the importance of empathy in religious scholarship. Through the lens of her master’s thesis on Laura Lathrop—who helped establish Christian Science in New York City—Payne applies a “critically empathetic” approach to her research and writing. She enters into the heart of her subject matter, then steps ...…
 
This week Bishop and Vicars take a look at the Crusades. Often the Crusades are seen as a war of imperialism, but historical research shows us otherwise. Bishop and the Vicars discuss why the crusades were called, why people went on a crusade and why it matters to us in the 21st century. Join Bishop Thomas Daly, Fr. Darrin Connall (Vicar Genera ...…
 
Appointed by Mayor Ted Wheeler, Danielle Outlaw was sworn in on October 2, 2017 as the 48th Chief of Police for the Portland Police Bureau, the first African-American woman to serve in the position. A champion of community policing, the hiring of Chief Outlaw gives some Portlanders hope that the city will accelerate its commitment to improving ...…
 
In this episode, we talk to Melissa J. Wilde, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania. Melissa joins us to discuss her use of comparative historical methods in researching and writing her forthcoming book Birth of the Culture Wars. During our conversation, Melissa reflects on questions of generalizability, the authors ...…
 
A roundup of recent news from the heritage field:– The FBI uses DNA to identify a mummy's head– The Metropolitan Museum of Art returns two statues to their countries of origin– Archaeologists find an unexpected Viking village in Dublin– Researchers uncover a 1,500-year-old massacre in Sweden– Evidence of the largest ancient child sacrifice in t ...…
 
Just in time for Mother’s Day, the Ingalls clan gives Ma a weekend to herself so she can bake pies and nearly die of an infection. If not for the brave antics of the family cow and Ma’s feverish (mis)interpretation of the scriptures, she just might have. Amy and Julie get into it again about what is really happening in this episode, and Marissa ...…
 
PART 2!!! Join Brew Theology again on episode 81 (Part 2 of 2) when Ryan, Janel and Piper continue having a liberating and refreshing conversation with Dr. *Jennifer S. Leath from Iliff School of Theology. The topic: Frontiers in Womanism: Quareing The Approach! If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episod ...…
 
Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes | Android | Stitcher | RSS feed Show Notes & Resources Mentioned: Jointed Goatgrass National Jointed Goatgrass Research Program Downy Brome Mechanisms of Action Tool – Wheat Mechanisms of Action Tool – Pulse Crops Herbicide-Resistant Weeds and Their Management (pdf) Management Strategies for Preventing Herbic ...…
 
Young voters could be the deciding factor in close political races across the country this year – if only they would show up to the polls. Historically, voter turnout among those under 30 is low. That’s especially true for primary races. Indiana has several congressional seats and a U.S. Senate seat on the ballot May 8, but it’s unlikely a larg ...…
 
Acquired returns with a classic, delving into Microsoft’s first acquisition ever: Forethought Inc, the makers of PowerPoint. Hate it or love it, you can’t deny the combined companies’ impact: by the early 90’s PowerPoint had transformed the way businesses, educators and governments communicate, ensuring job security for pointy-haired Dilbert bo ...…
 
At a #PublicNewsroom in March, researcher Daniel K. Hertz shared excerpts from his upcoming book on gentrification in Lincoln Park. Audience members reacted to the excerpts, giving feedback to Hertz and discussing the cyclical nature of historical discussions of gentrification.City Bureau's #PublicNewsroom is a series of free, weekly workshops ...…
 
TOPIC ON ABORTION I was asked to research and share this on abortion When the humanistic leaders of society justify the murder of unborn children, Christians should remember the standard raised in Isaiah 8:20: ‘To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.’ Believers must sta ...…
 
Students Against Destructive Decisions In this episode of Justice Speaks, JSI Co-Founder David Wallace, AKA the Traffic Safety Guy, speaks with Rick Birt, CEO and President of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions). SADD’s Focus SADD has been in existence for over 30 years and initially focused on alcohol impaired driving; its original n ...…
 
WordPress themes are everywhere, there are so many choices available today including those as part of frameworks as well as stand-alones. They make life easy and you can save a lot of time and money. But should you use them? Would you be better served by getting a well optimised custom design? We discuss your options in today’s episode. Resourc ...…
 
After a decade as an anthropologist studying the Maya peoples of Central America, Cherri Pancake shifted to CS and conducted pioneering work in usability engineering for high performance computing. Today she’s the VP of the ACM and Director of the Northwest Alliance for Computational Science & Engineering at Oregon State University. We talk abo ...…
 
Did country-folk-rockabilly legend Johnny Horton predict the exact circumstances of his own death? Did he reach out to his friends Johnny Cash and Merle Kilgore from beyond the grave, not once, but twice? On this episode, Richard explores the strange premonitions and after-death communications of the singer, songwriter, best known for his versi ...…
 
– Calgary Urban legend – Calgary Food Spot Favourites -Work and Safety http://valeriemoss.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/HauntedDeanhouse-vvp3.mp3 Urband Legend: Deane House Quoted from Avenue Magazine: A lot of myths centre around the Deane House, which sits on the other side of the Inglewood bridge from Fort Calgary. The house was built in 190 ...…
 
Canadian icon Sir Frederick Banting is most famously known for his discovery of medical insulin. As guest host Tom Van Dewark explains, however, there is much more to Banting's life - and death - than you might have noticed. Notice History is the official podcast of Know History, a historical research company based in Ottawa. Visit our website ...…
 
This Week in Mobile is a weekly podcast produced by Atherton Research that reviews the main news of the mobile world from the past 7 days This Week in Mobile is a weekly podcast available on Apple iTunes or Google Play where I bring you up to speed on the top mobile news stories of the week: On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal reported that t ...…
 
Strange — But Forgotten: Mini-Episode # 4. A look at the news of various random local arrests and criminal court cases, in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, as published verbatim in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, on June 19, 1868. A true "slice of life", from a single day in the 19th century. HISTORICAL REFERENCES: Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 19 & 26, 1868. ...…
 
Today Pastor Brian McVitty will focus on Thomas. He is often called doubting-Thomas. Today we will fill out the picture of what we know about Thomas from the scriptures and from historical research. John 20: 24-29. Was Thomas an apostle to India? We have some new research published by the BBC and the Guardian newspaper. Our featured song is “Ci ...…
 
This episode of the Korea Now podcast features an interview that Jed Lea-Henry conducted with Daniel Sneider. In the wake of the Inter-Korean summit, they speak about the dangers inherent in such high-level talks, the strategic risk of jumping straight to a meeting of heads-of-state, and the very real prospect that these talks, despite lofty de ...…
 
Show Summary: As Murray Rothbard said, "History necessarily means narrative, discussion of real persons as well as their abstract theories, and includes triumphs, tragedies, and conflicts, conflicts which are often moral as well as purely theoretical. This week we rock out with Chris Calton host of the Historical Controversies podcast were we e ...…
 
Amazon is your new stalker Amazon has proved (and consumers have repeatedly voted) that UTILITY & CONVENIENCE trumps PRIVACY. “Amazon is the only entity that can get in your home without your permission other than the fire department or police department (and police need a warrant).” - Scott Galloway, NYU Stern School of Business Professor on C ...…
 
It was just one small gesture, one small step forward, but the significance of the move by North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un is certainly historic, and will be remembered for years to come. Kim became the first North Korean leader to vist South Korea since the end of the war between the two countries in 1953. He was warmly welcomed and embraced ...…
 
Max Dashu and I discuss what has been lost in the transition to modernity. From the denial of enriching forms of connection and ritual in our modern culture, to the suppression of the sacred and fully-embodied roles of women (and men) that had existed in many pre-modern egalitarian societies -- the path to the present moment has generated addic ...…
 
First Segment: CyberEdge. Steve Piper, Co-Founder/CEO.CyberEdge Group is a premier research and marketing consulting firm serving the needs of high-tech vendors and service providers. Headquartered in historic Annapolis, Maryland, CyberEdge is a “virtual” consulting company comprised of more than two-dozen highly experienced career consultants ...…
 
Michael D Price in his studio Michael D. Price was born in Stoke-on-Trent, England in 1951. He studied at the London Central School of Art and Design (now Central St. Martins) and graduated in 1974. His studies of European art took him to Holland from 1976 to 1977 and Munich, Germany where he settled from 1977 to 1999. Between 1991 and 1992 he ...…
 
Welcome to the Coffee and Your Health series of the Roast and Reason podcast! Is coffee good for you or does it cause health problems? There is a lot of conventional wisdom out there about coffee and health that is just plain wrong. So in this series we will evaluate what the scientific research actually tells us. So lets find out if coffee jus ...…
 
In this April edition of The Hobson & Holtz Report, Neville and Shel talk about… Starbucks’ response to a racial incident in Philadelphia that went viral and sparked protests In an effort to reduce “noise pollution,” Ghana wants Muslims to issue the call to prayer via WhatsApp The line between earned and paid media is blurring and consumers don ...…
 
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