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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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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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YESTERDAY’S NEWS A reading from America’s historic newspapers in the golden age of yellow journalism. The Sad Death of Ocey Snead Episode 51 is about the tragic death of an apparently widowed young woman named Ocey Snead, short for Oceania, who was found drugged and drowned in a nearly empty house in East Orange, New Jersey. Three elderly sisters, …
 
February 24, 2021 The Reluctant Historian 4. Rasputin The subject of a new TikTok trend, Liz and Dakota look into the history of The Mad Monk, Rasputin. Looking back through his history as a peasant in Siberia, following him to his days as priest to eventually a faith healer to the Emperor and Empress, Liz and Dakota try to decide just how much of …
 
A small cloth sack, containing nails, beads, glass, and a cowrie shell, found under the floorboards of the garret of the oldest house in Newport, Rhode Island, points toward the continuation and adaptation of African practices in New England and throughout the complex "African Atlantic." We discuss with Michael J. Simpson, Phd student at Brown Univ…
 
In the late nineteenth century, a visit to a dime museum would offer all sorts of wonders, from magicians to sword swallowers to various human oddities. And if you were lucky, you might've seen Evatima Tardo get nailed to cross and bitten by poisonous snakes. Talk about entertainment. Tardo felt no pain nor suffered any ill effects from the venom. …
 
Fabius the Delayer may have saved Minucius from disaster at Geronium, but he would not always be there to protect his impetuous colleagues from rushing into trouble. Following Fabius's relinquishment of the dictatorship, one of the newly-elected consuls, Gaius Terentius Varro, accused Fabius and the patricians of intentionally prolonging the war. I…
 
Spanska inbördeskriget inleddes år 1936 genom att en grupp officerare gjorde revolt mot den sittande republikanska regeringen. Revolten misslyckades överallt utom i det koloniala Marocko som sedan blev utgångspunkten för nationalisterna invasion av själva Spanien. Det spanska inbördeskriget blev en mycket blodig konflikt där brutala övergrepp skedd…
 
Rico, variado e diverso. O folclore brasileiro tem uma profusão de lendas, ritos e manifestações baseados em tradições afroindígenas e europeias. Joyce Oliveira, Cleber Roberto e Pablo Magalhães conversam sobre os conceitos e a ancestralidade do folclore brasileiro nesse episódio super especial! | APOIE O HISTORIANTE! Vá ao apoia.se/historiante e c…
 
We continue our discussion of Chicago’s first World’s Fair to learn why carousels were risque, the Ferris Wheel encouraged voyeurism, Columbus was cool, and unfortunately racism was the norm. In addition, the 1893 World’s Fair was a launching pad for many new products, industries, and processes that were promoted, were popularized or invented as a …
 
The Working Historians podcast is switching its hosting site from Soundcloud to Podbean, so Soundcloud subscribers should consider re-subscribing through Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or any of the other dozens of podcast apps out there. In this episode, Rob provides a teaser for upcoming changes to the podcast (including a new website…
 
Na gestão da pandemia, e todos os problemas econômicos possíveis dela decorrentes, quem lidera o Mercosul? Em mais uma edição do nosso quadro "Geopolítica na Latinoamérica", nossa bancada reflete sobre os rumos dos países latinos em meio às crises sanitárias e financeiras | EDIÇÃO: Reverbere Estúdio | OUÇA NOSSA PLAYLIST: https://open.spotify.com/p…
 
Encore Edition Remastered from the True Crime Historian Vault Seven Dead at Taliesin In Episode 46, we relive a somewhat famous crime involving the noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright and the night that his apparently crazed butler -- yes, the butler did it! -- slaughtered seven people at Wright’s Wisconsin rural home he named Taliesen after the anc…
 
Khary Polk (Amherst College) joins the Infectious Historians to talk about his recent book on African-American workers in the US military, particularly in the context of their perceived immunity to certain infectious diseases such as Yellow Fever. The conversation touches upon several related topics, such as patriotism and gender roles in the milit…
 
The First Decemvirate was a big success, so much so that Rome opts for a Second Decemvirate! The decemvirs were popular figures in Rome and during 451 BCE they produced the Ten Tables. This initial set of law codes was positively received by the population, but there was something missing… MORE LAWS! But it isn’t too long before some red flags appe…
 
The First Decemvirate was a big success, so much so that Rome opts for a Second Decemvirate! The decemvirs were popular figures in Rome and during 451 BCE they produced the Ten Tables. This initial set of law codes was positively received by the population, but there was something missing… MORE LAWS! But it isn’t too long before some red flags appe…
 
Anne Marie chats with comedian, actor and TEDx Talk presenter Erik Escobar. They compare notes on the 1980's, she having lived it from the inside and he having admired the decade from the outside. Can a millennial teach a baby boomer something new about the decade of decadence? Eric has appeared on Fox's I Can See Your Voice, BuzzFeed, NBC's Last C…
 
February 17, 2021 The Reluctant Historian 5. Black History in Canada In honour of Black History Month, Liz and Dakota look at Black History in Canada. Starting with the first Black person in Canada, all the way to the BLM movement in Canada, Dakota and Liz share what they have learned from their research. Links to the Podcasts (through Apple) Code …
 
Stalins svenska bensinbolag AB Nafta Syndikat var verksamt under åren 1928 till 1937 med flera hundra bensinmackar runt om i Sverige. Nafta Syndikat hade svensk ledning som var knutna till den kommunistiska tredje internationalen Komintern. Nafta Syndikat bröt bolsjevikernas ekonomiska isolering vilket gav intäkter i hårdvaluta, men var samtidigt i…
 
Todos nós temos um filtro em nossos olhos. Ele foi construído pela nossa criação, baseada na cultura em que vivemos. É a partir dele que enxergamos o mundo e também pré-concebemos as pessoas. Cleber, Joyce e Pablo explicam como as identidades se constróem, assim como os estereótipos e os estigmas sociais. - APOIE O HISTORIANTE! Vá ao apoia.se/histo…
 
The Rise: Black Cooks and the Soul of American FoodAn interview with Chef Marcus SamuelssonConducted by culinary historian and food writer Donna PierceBlack cooking has always been more than “soul food,” with flavors tracing to the African continent, to the Caribbean, all over the United States, and beyond.Join us as internationally acclaimed chef …
 
Thoughts on the Origins of Pizzerias in America and Chicagowith Peter RegasPizzaHistoryBook.comIn the past, the historical consensus was the first licensed pizzeria in America was opened in 1905 at 53 Spring St. in New York City by a young Italian immigrant named Gennaro Lombardi. However, in 2019 at the U.S. Pizza Museum in Chicago, Peter Regas ch…
 
I discuss, with Michael of "Xai, how are you?", the life and times of Sabbatai Zvi, the purported messiah of the 1660s, and the massive messianic awakening that he sparked and that swept across the entire Jewish diaspora in 1666, drawing in men and women, wealthy and poor, clergy and laity, Sephardic and Ashkenazi, and even Jews and gentiles. We co…
 
Mero divertimento ou experimento social? Os recentes eventos do BBB despertaram a curiosidade aqui da redação do Historiante e hoje queremos propor uma reflexão sobre o tema. Vem com a gente, com as vozes de Pablo Magalhães, Liu Magalhães, Cleber Roberto e Bia Siqueira. - EDIÇÃO: Reverbere Estúdio - OUÇA NOSSA PLAYLIST: https://open.spotify.com/pla…
 
Remastered from the True Crime Historian Archives SERIAL KILLER CLIPS A special edition of YESTERDAY’S NEWS exploring America’s most prolific villains. The Heinous Crimes of Earle Nelson For Episode 52, we go north of the border into Canada on the trail of the sinister killer known as “The Dark Strangler.” He killed at least 18 women in a half-doze…
 
Richard McKay (University of Cambridge) talks to Merle and Lee about his work on the history of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, with a particular focus on Patient Zero and the history of the disease. After speaking about the problematic idea of the term Patient Zero, including its chance development, he discusses the early history of the epidemic and its po…
 
The Voynich Manuscript -- often called the "world's most mysterious book" -- consists of 116 leaves of parchment covered in outlandish botanical and astrological drawings and thousands of lines of undeciphered text in an unknown language. A century after images of the codex were first published, still not one line has been decoded. What could it sa…
 
The Twelve Tables are a landmark moment of early Republican Roman history. The lex duodecim tabularum see the codification of Rome’s laws! The name ‘The Twelve Tables’ is derived from the idea that these laws were inscribed on to twelve oak tablets. We happen to know quite a lot about the content of the tables, even though they have not survived in…
 
The Twelve Tables are a landmark moment of early Republican Roman history. The lex duodecim tabularum see the codification of Rome’s laws! The name ‘The Twelve Tables’ is derived from the idea that these laws were inscribed on to twelve oak tablets. We happen to know quite a lot about the content of the tables, even though they have not survived in…
 
February 10, 2021 The Reluctant Historian 4. The History of St. Valentine's Day In episode four, Liz and Dakota discuss the history surrounding St. Valentines Day. They explore how does one become a saint, the pagan celebration that occurred before the Christianization of February 15, and Dakota's disdain for all things Valentine. They also get int…
 
Nattfrieri var en folklig sed där unga män sov över hos unga kvinnor i uthus och härben utan att vara gifta. Det var inte frågan om sex utan ett sätt att bilda par utanför de vuxnas zon. Nattfrieriet kom att leva kvar till modern till trots att lagstiftningen kring sex och osedlighet skärptes under stormaktidens kyrkliga ortodoxi Under den katolska…
 
Em 1835, um grupo de negros escravizados e libertos planejou a tomada de Salvador. Em comum os unia o credo religioso, o Islamismo; mas isso não impediu que outros grupos também participassem do levante. A Revolta dos Malês foi marcante, mas é pouco conhecida. Joyce Oliveira, Cleber Roberto e Pablo Magalhães fazem uma análise sobre este importante …
 
Mushroom Preservation: How to preserve, store and enjoy yourforaged bounty for year-round use with Trent and Kristen BlizzardWhen the rains come the mushrooms often come out in abundance. If you do not want all those fresh mushrooms to go to waste, what can you do with them? Learn tips & techniques to preserve your fresh mushrooms from Trent and Kr…
 
No alvorecer da Guerra Fria, o conflito entre soviéticos e norte-americanos se concentrou principalmente nas disputas tecnológicas, e o espaço era o destino. Hoje refletimos sobre a famosa corrida espacial a partir da nova série do National Geographic em parceria com o Disney+ OS ELEITOS (tivemos o prazer de participar da pré-estreia!) APOIE O HIST…
 
Encore Edition YESTERDAY’S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism... Spooky Doings In Pennsylvania Dutch Country Episode 91 of True Crime Historian gives us a little lesson in the Pennsylvania Dutch Powwow mysticism traditions. Although it sounds li…
 
Stephanie Marciniak (Penn State University) joins Merle and Lee to discuss some of the fascinating developments in studying historical diseases from a scientific perspective: ancient DNA and more broadly paleogenetics. Stephanie provides some context for this research approach, before touching upon several related topics: the process of researching…
 
The history of Rome is complex, even in the early Republic. Sometimes it’s hard to keep all the details straight so we thought it might be a good time to try something new. The Partial Recap series will be a scripted overview of each decade of Roman history. First cab off the rank is the decade of the 460s BCE. This is the last complete decade we’v…
 
The history of Rome is complex, even in the early Republic. Sometimes it’s hard to keep all the details straight so we thought it might be a good time to try something new. The Partial Recap series will be a scripted overview of each decade of Roman history. First cab off the rank is the decade of the 460s BCE. This is the last complete decade we’v…
 
Anne Marie talks to Impressions of America Podcast cohost Vaughn Joy about the historic footnotes found in the mundane every day life of people from the past. Vaughn Joy is a PhD candidate at University College London and co-host of the Impressions of America podcast. Currently, she is studying early Cold War Christmas films and their reflections o…
 
February 3, 2021 The Reluctant Historian 3. The Spanish Flu On our third episode, Liz and Dakota talk about the Forgotten Pandemic: The Spanish Flu of 1918. We cover the spread of this disease, how it moved from rural America to around the world, how it got it's name, as well as it's "cures" and "causes" - trust us, sometimes the cure is worse than…
 
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