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Historia Nu är podcasten om människor och händelser som förändrade världen. Programledare är Urban Lindstedt, journalist och en stor historienörd. Varje onsdag släpper vi nya avsnitt, där Urban samtalar med kunniga och intressanta gäster. Det handlar om allt från bödlar på 1600-talet till brittiska imperiets uppgång och fall. Det blir djupdykningar i myterna kring vikingar eller kalla krigets värsta spionaffärer. Spännande historier om soldater som offrat sina liv, eller makthavare som fatta ...
 
History lectures by Samuel Biagetti, a historian (and antique dealer) with a Phd in early American history; my dissertation was on Freemasonry in the 1700s. I focus on the historical myths and distortions, from "the Middle Ages" to "Race," that people use to rationalize the world in which we live. Please see my Patreon page, https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5530632, if you want to keep the lectures coming, and to hear the patron-only materials.
 
Welcome to the Travelling Sisterhood of Art Historians podcast. We are Maddy, Freya, Caroline and Serena: four art historians who, each week, will be chatting to an expert about visual and material culture in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Join us on an art historical journey as we think about how images and objects shaped our world.
 
What's your favorite history? Each interview on this podcast begins with this one question. Our guests are people who like history and get really excited about a particular time, place or person from our distant or not so distant past. The jumping off point is the place where our they became curious then entered the rabbit hole into discovery through scholarly research, pop culture, documentaries, other podcasts...We look at history through the filter of other peoples eyes.https://www.buzzsp ...
 
Culinary Historians of Chicago studies the history of food and drink in human cultures. Why we procure, prepare and serve the food we do has cultural, sociological, geographical, financial and political influences. We encourage participation from all walks of life: from academics to home cooks, chefs to grill masters, farmers to heirloom gardeners, food scientists to students. Our programs, and those of our sister organization Chicago Foodways Roundtable, are supported by research, fieldwork ...
 
Robert Denning and James Fennessy host Working Historians, where we interview history professionals about their academic and professional backgrounds, their historical research, and, generally, what historians do all day. At various points in time, the podcast was called Filibustering History, History Soundbites, and Navigating History. It's hard to settle on a name... Thanks to Sloan Kelly for the new cover art! Rob Denning and James Fennessy can be reached at workinghistorians@gmail.com.
 
As featured on Lego.com, Marvel.com, and Today Show, Alex Grand, Jim Thompson and guest co-hosts start off a Journalistic Comic Book Historical 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. Topical broadcasts are made and we also take important time in interviewing professionals to get to the source of comic book history. Support us ...
 
History isn't just about the past anymore! Join historian Garrett E Eriksen in "Citizen Historian" as we journey through the good, the bad, and the ugly sides of our past, present and future! Robotics, dinosaurs, comics, ancient battles, cosmic forces, political intrigue - everything is up for discussion and no subject is safe! Time to get Historical!
 
NEW EPISODES IN 2019! The Cake Historian is a podcast exploring history and culture through the lens of cake. Much more than just the ingredients it is made from, cake is a symbol of celebration, a bringer of joy or pain. Cakes show up in literature, music, art, and on film. It is a food of love and loathing. And even, occasionally, a vehicle for murder. This is not your usual food podcast. Hosted by Jessica Reed, Cake Historian, ​and author of The Baker’s Appendix
 
Waterloo Uncovered, the groundbreaking charity that combines world-class archaeology with veteran care and recovery, has been uncovering the secrets of the battlefield of Waterloo since 2015. Our brand new Visiting Historians podcast aims to shed new light on the battle and add valuable context to our archaeological discoveries by combining the archaeology with the history. In each episode, we'll bring you an exclusive interview with some of the world’s leading Napoleonic Historians and expe ...
 
Neljäosainen radiosarja, jossa pohditaan Euroopan historian suuria kaaria, aatesuuntia, ilmiöitä ja tapahtumia. Tärkeässä roolissa on kulttuurihistoria ja esimerkiksi kirjallisuuden ja musiikin tähtihetket. Tarkoituksena on hahmottaa suuria kokonaisuuksia ja läpileikkauksia Euroopan historiasta. Haastateltavana on joukko kansainvälisiä, persoonallisia tutkijoita: musiikkitieteen professori ja semiootikko Eero Tarasti, Venäjän aatehistoriaa ja uskontoa tutkiva Helsingin yliopiston dosentti ja ...
 
Miksi jotkut jäävät historiaan ja toiset eivät? Millainen maailma olisi, jos naiset olisivat saaneet historian saatossa opiskella, tutkia ja tehdä taidetta? Maria Pettersson ja historian naiset -podcast-sarjassa tutustutaan kymmeniin naisiin, jotka muuttivat maailmaa: sotasankareihin, rikollispomoihin, seikkailijattariin, tieteentekijöihin, taiteilijoihin, hallitsijoihin ja huimapäihin. Naisia yhdistää uskomaton elämäntarina ja se, ettemme ole kuulleet heistä – vaikka olisi pitänyt. Tarinoih ...
 
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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Murder Or Medicine? YESTERDAY’S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism... Bosson’s Bitter Whiskey And Bananas Episode 436 comes from a request by True Crime Historian patron Marlene Resch, who wanted to hear a story from her home Lane County, Oregon…
 
Welcome back to The Reluctant Historian. Here we are with our first TWO PART episode! In this episode, Liz and Dakota take a look at the cultural and historical movements that helped to drive the strange, and dangerous, 80s phenomenon: The Satanic Ritual Abuse Trials. This episode looks at what was going on in the culture at the time that made peop…
 
Since the Covid-19 pandemic has killed over half a million Americans, is it historically sound to say that the disaster is "bigger" than World War II? What do such comparisons mean, and are they illuminating? Such questions are truly a new dilemma, since from ancient and biblical times through the First World War and the Spanish Flu pandemic, peopl…
 
The full show transcript is available on our website. https://history.wisc.edu/ask-a-historian/ How did evangelical missionaries in India communicate with the people they were trying to convert? Professor Mitra Sharafi talks with Professor Mou Banerjee about the history of evangelical missionaries in colonial India, where the colonial and evangelic…
 
If you watched Season 15 of America’s Got Talent, you probably remember Brett Loudermilk—the guy with the pink hair who made Sofia Vergara freak out on stage when he asked her to pull a sword from his throat. Find out how Brett got started in the world of sideshow and how his talents took him on a journey to NBC’s national stage. Plus, for those wh…
 
In the stillness following the destruction of their greatest army at the Battle of Cannae, the Romans faced an awful choice. The triumphant Hannibal stood poised to march on Rome herself and besiege the capital, and there was little the surviving remnants of legionaries could do to stop him. The Italian allies had already begun to waiver in their r…
 
Dora Vargha (University of Exeter) talks to Merle and Lee about her work on polio epidemics after World War Two in Hungary. After unpacking the basic information on polio’s longer history, Dora discusses how polio struck Hungary during the 1950s and the way in which vaccines were introduced that stopped the epidemics by the 1960s. She uses polio as…
 
There are many groups that are often overlooked in both ancient and modern societies. One of those are people with disabilities, and we were fortunate to talk to expert Dr Debby Sneed about her work on impairment in antiquity. Dr Sneed has examined a range of sources about this topic, including human remains, temples and textual evidence. Her focus…
 
There are many groups that are often overlooked in both ancient and modern societies. One of those are people with disabilities, and we were fortunate to talk to expert Dr Debby Sneed about her work on impairment in antiquity. Dr Sneed has examined a range of sources about this topic, including human remains, temples and textual evidence. Her focus…
 
Nordiska sjuårskriget åren 1563 till 1570 inledde på allvar kampen om Östersjön mellan Sverige och Danmark. Men det tvistades också om vilken kung som hade rätten att använda de heraldiska tecknen tre kronor. Under det nordiska sjuårskriget slogs Sverige mot Danmark, Lübeck och Polen. Det är nu som Sverige etablerar som en verklig sjökrigsmakt. Men…
 
Em meio a uma chuva de bombas inflamáveis, dois órfãos tentam sobreviver à fome e à destruição de seu país. Hotaru no Haka, ou "O Túmulo dos Vagalumes" é um registro triste de um momento cruel da 2a Guerra Mundial. - APOIE O HISTORIANTE! Vá ao apoia.se/historiante e contribua com R$4 mensais. Além de nos ajudar, você tem acesso ao nosso grupo de re…
 
Biografar o Brasil é um desafio que não possui fim. Nas permanências e impermanências históricas, batemos um papo ilustre sobre História e Democracia com a fenomenal Lilia Schwarcz. Arte da capa: fotografia de Marcel Gautherot; canteiro de obras de Brasília, 1958. - APOIE O HISTORIANTE! Vá ao apoia.se/historiante e contribua com R$4 mensais. Além d…
 
Michael Vann (California State University, Sacramento) returns to the Infectious Historians (our first returning guest!), this time to focus on the biography of Alexandre Yersin, the Swiss-French doctor who discovered the bacterium that causes plague. The discussion covers Yersin’s biography from childhood, through his move to southeast Asia, his s…
 
YESTERDAY’S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism... The Montgomery Grocer Murder Mystery Episode 433 follows the investigation of a robbery gone south down South, and while the family battles over the will, police arrest many different suspects, b…
 
Alex Grand and Jim Thompson interview comic writer Don McGregor, in the first of a multi-parter on his road to Black Panther, discussing his childhood, jobs out of high school, his first experience with social justice at a Hopalong Cassidy fan meeting, Phil Seuling Comic Convention, introducing himself to Jim Steranko in 1969, heckling Jim Warren i…
 
It’s our second episode in The Partial Recap series. This is a short, sharp, scripted overview of all the big events that defined the 450s BCE. If you’re inspired to delve into more details, all the episodes from this decade can be found in our Foundation of Rome series. Let’s jump into the refresher! It’s the Partial Recap of the 450s BCE! The Par…
 
It’s our second episode in The Partial Recap series. This is a short, sharp, scripted overview of all the big events that defined the 450s BCE. If you’re inspired to delve into more details, all the episodes from this decade can be found in our Foundation of Rome series. Let’s jump into the refresher! It’s the Partial Recap of the 450s BCE! The Par…
 
This episode we’re talking about paint with the brilliant Kate Nichols, who tells us about how paint figures in her current project, a global history of Victorian art. We chat about what paint is and what it is made from, alongside some broader contexts such as portability, gender, messiness, animal-human relations, and global trade.…
 
Anne Marie talks to Impressions of America (IA) podcast co-host Tobi Olowe. Tobi talks about the Human Potential Movement of the 1960s, who were its proponents, where do we see its effects today and the magnificent pop culture that came out of it. Tobi is a London based History Graduate with a deep and evolving interest in American History and popu…
 
Statsministern Per Albin Hanssons främsta mål under andra världskriget var att hålla Sverige utanför kriget. Efter att ha lyckats undvika att bli en stridande part i det finska vinterkriget kom Nazitysklands invasion av Danmark och Norge den 9 april 1940 som nästa allvarliga kris. Efter att stormakterna Storbritannien och Frankrike offrat mindre st…
 
Nathan Crowe (U. of North Carolina-Wilmington) comes on the podcast to talk about the life and career of Joshua Lederberg, a key figure in various fields including biology, genetics, and disease from just after World War Two until his death in 2008. Nathan first sketches out Lederberg’s background and his early career, including his work that recei…
 
The Deadly Trout Creek Land Squabble Episode 281 is dedicated to listener and patron Kimberlee Anderson, who shares a hometown with the defendants in this case. Although first reports said that Mrs. Alice Harris was a widow, it turns out she was a divorcee whose ex-husband was of THE Harris family of Harrisville, Utah. This story seems like it coul…
 
This episode, we're talking about a material that has been at the heart of a range of art historical practices for hundreds of years - paper! Join us as we discuss paper and its manifestations in the form of collages, paper cuts, inkblots, prints, and as labels. Our guest this week is Professor Catriona Macleod, who gives us a tantalising glimpse a…
 
How the Frugality of Rural Foodways Reshaped this Nationally Acclaimed ChefPresented by Vivian HowardChef, Author, PBS HostVivian Howard moved from New York back to her rural hometown to open a fine-dining restaurant that she hoped would reshape the palates of eastern North Carolina. But an encounter with collard kraut and a trip to “America’s larg…
 
Illuminating Fungi: the Science of Fungal Bioluminescencewith Brian Perry PhD Fungal bioluminescence was first described by Aristotle (384-322 B.C.E.), and continues to fascinate and puzzle scientists today. While over 100 species of fungi are known to produce luminescent mushrooms or mycelium, the chemical and genetic basis of the light-producing …
 
Welcome to episode 10! This episode delves into the history of the Vikings, looking particularly at their religion and mythology. Liz and Dakota spend some time discussing who the Vikings were, and what they believed in, focusing on their creation story, the gods Odin, Thor and Loki, and sharing the story of the end of the world known as Ragnarok. …
 
Hela samhällets fortlevnad hotades när bönder började klä sig i blåa kläder och minsta torpare drack kaffe. Men det som egentligen utmanades av de nya konsumtionsmönstren som tog fart på 1700-talet var gestaltandet av ståndssamhället. En framväxande global handel med kolonierna efter upptäckten av Amerika år 1492 gav konsumenterna nya billigare var…
 
Swedish Pancakes for Breakfast?Presented by B. Marcus L. CederströmFolkloristWhy do we eat the things we eat? And how do those things change due to migration?This talk explores what the foods we eat can tell us about immigration, identity, and Nordic-American life in the Upper Midwest, by focusing on coffee, lutefisk, and, of course, Swedish pancak…
 
Já pensou? Uma bomba atômica detonada em Washington, a dominação e escravização de povos asiáticos e africanos, a submissão sistemática de latinos... Como seria o mundo se os nazistas e seus aliados vencessem a 2a Guerra Mundial? Vamos fazer essa viagem distópica a partir da obra "O homem do castelo alto", livro do Philip K. Dick. - APOIE O HISTORI…
 
O povo negro lutou e resistiu por séculos, e suas tajetórias são um exemplo de que a luta antirracista é ancestral. Recebemos Ale Santos, podcaster no Infiltrados no Cast e autor do livro "Rastros de resistência: Histórias de luta e liberdade do povo negro", para um papo super bacana. - APOIE O HISTORIANTE! Vá ao apoia.se/historiante e contribua co…
 
Merle and Lee celebrate a full year of Infectious Historians (52 episodes)! They reflect on the past year and the podcast, after re-listening to their not-so-bad first episode. They then survey the broad topics that the podcast covered so far - such as local experiences or disease in popular culture - mentioning some of the guests they interviewed …
 
Join us this week as we explore the weird and wonderful world of wax with our guest, Professor Laura Engel. We talk about everything from the uncanny nature of wax, its resemblance to human flesh, celebrity, and of course, wax model-maker extraordinaire, Marie Tussaud!저자 Maddy Pelling, Freya Gowrley, Serena Dyer & Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth
 
Remastered episode from the True Crime Historian vault YESTERDAY'S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told from historic newspapers in the golden age of yellow journalism The Cayuga Ouija Board Murder Episode 94 takes place in 1930, when the famed diorama artist Henri Marchand created a set of spectacular dioramas for a Buff…
 
The Second Decemvirate is hotting up and it’s not surprising to learn that Appius Claudius is somehow at the centre of things. We trace Rome through a precarious time, one that our sources have trouble dating – is it one year, two, three? It’s c. 437 BCE; the magistracies are in disarray and the decemvirs hold sway. The situation takes a turn as Ro…
 
The Second Decemvirate is hotting up and it’s not surprising to learn that Appius Claudius is somehow at the centre of things. We trace Rome through a precarious time, one that our sources have trouble dating – is it one year, two, three? It’s c. 437 BCE; the magistracies are in disarray and the decemvirs hold sway. The situation takes a turn as Ro…
 
James McKissic shares the legacy of his great great-great-grandfather, Wilson Woods, who was born into slavery in Meigs County, Tennessee during the 1820's. Wilson's mother was a slave named Mary, his father was also his owner. When Mr. Mckissic's mother shared his ancestor's 1862 bill of sale (between his two white half brothers), with James, he s…
 
Ooops! We missed the actual date of International Women's Day. But that doesn't mean you should miss this episode! In honour of International Women's Day (and month), Liz and Dakota talk about 7 interesting women from history, including: 1. Khutulun - a Mongolian wrestling princess 2. Ching Shih - the Pirate Lord and terror of the South China Seas …
 
Den franska revolutionen är konspirationsteoriernas urkälla. Att den franska revolutionen uppstod på grund av elitens vanstyre och inkompetens var en lite för futtig förklaring för konspirationsteoretikerna. De första framgångsrika konspirationsteoretikerna sökte istället förklaringen hos en rad hemliga sällskap: Illuminaterna i Bayern, Frimurarord…
 
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