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Take a deep dive deep into African history with this in-depth podcast. From Casablanca to Cape Town, tune in to this podcast to learn about the magnificent and oft-forgotten history of Africa. To access more free resources about African history, provide feedback, or support the show, check out our associated website at https://historyofafricapodcast.blogspot.com
 
This series consists of interviews with leading experts in the areas of Portuguese and Spanish history, from the beginning of the Portuguese discoveries in 1415 to the end of Spanish dominion in America in 1898. The interviews cover a range of topics on the domestic and overseas histories of both nations, which include, among others: the Portuguese explorations of Africa and Asia, Spanish navigation and settlement in America, the church in Portugal and Spain, monarchy and intermarriage in th ...
 
Spanning a period of nearly 1500 years, this monumental work of history tracks the orbit of one of the greatest Empires of all time. The sheer scale and sweep of the narrative is breathtaking in its ambitious scope and brings to vivid life the collapse of a magnificent military, political and administrative structure. Proceeding at a brisk pace, the original fourteen volumes describe debauched emperors, corrupt practices, usurpers and murderers, bloody battles, plunder and loot, barbarian ho ...
 
Ever wonder what murder took place on todays date in true crime history? If so, sit back and grab a cup of coffee as you enjoy your daily dose of TC goodness. Your host, Korina Biemesderfer, guides you through history with tales of murder, abduction, serial killers, crimes of passion, cults and more in this short form daily true crime podcast with over 600 episodes and counting. Recently featured in Marie Claire USA and AU as a 2020 Must Listen.
 
Convergence/Divergence: New Approaches to the Global History of Capitalism Conference The Global History of Capitalism project, housed within the Oxford Centre for Global History, is a focal point for ongoing scholarship on the history of capitalism. The project promotes an explicitly global perspective that contextualises the history of capitalism beyond the West and investigates the deep institutional roots of capitalist systems. The Global History of Capitalism project hosted the conferen ...
 
For American journalist and humorist Edgar Wilson Nye who wrote under the pen name Bill Nye in the late 19th century, facts are not to be presented in their newborn, bare state. They should be properly draped and embellished before they can be presented before the public. Hence, in the Comic History of the United States published in 1894, he gives his readers the facts. But in a bid to make the historical figures more human he describes them as “people who ate and possibly drank, people who ...
 
The church and religion has played and continues to play a big role in the African-American community. Yet, many of us who grew up in the traditional black church do not have an understanding of how our faith evolved under the duress of slavery and discrimination to be and to represent what it does today. The purpose of this broadcast is to provide that background knowledge while also pointing out the dividing line between what is just tradition and true faith in Jesus Christ.
 
Culinary historian Linda Pelaccio takes a journey through the history of food. Take a dive into food cultures through history, from ancient Mesopotamia and imperial China to the grazing tables and deli counters of today. Tune in as Linda, along with a guest list of culinary chroniclers and enthusiasts, explores the lively links between food cultures of the present and past.
 
William Winwood Reade (1838 - 1875) was a British historian, explorer, and philosopher. His most famous work, the Martyrdom of Man (1872)—whose summary running head reads "From Nebula to Nation"—is a secular, "universal" history of the Western world. Structurally, it is divided into four "chapters" of approximately 150 pages each: the first chapter, "War", discusses the imprisonment of men's bodies, the second, "Religion", that of their minds, the third, "Liberty", is the closest thing to a ...
 
Frederick Douglass was born into slavery on a Maryland plantation. He faced hardship as a child, but later encountered owners who were relatively liberal and allowed him to learn to read, write and be in contact with freed slaves. At the age of 20, he escaped from the plantation and made his way to New York. Though he remained a fugitive, he married and changed his name to avoid being caught. He continued his education and became involved in the Abolitionist Movement. He began touring the co ...
 
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This is episode 24, the Foundation of the Xhosa Kingdom, the heroes Tshawe and Phalo. I’ve made use of a number of books and documents in the series so far, but Jeff Perez’s House of Phalo is probably my favourite source material mainly because he lectured me at Rhodes University in the mid-1980s. His book on the Xhosa is still the go-to research d…
 
Gudit, the princess of a cadet branch of the Aksumite Royal family, was betrayed, tortured, and exiled from the city of Aksum. In exile, she plots a scheme to take her revenge. At Gudit's hands, the Aksumite empire will collapse not with a whimper, but with a bang. Support the show (https://patreon.com/historyofafrica)…
 
Its not easy being proclaimed as the next Don Bradman, Ian Craig was hailed as such when he became Australia's youngest baggy green cap, aged 17, he was then made its youngest ever Captain aged 22 in 1957, illness would lead to an equally early retirement. =He may not have been Bradman mk2 but he did have a big influence on Australia's 1957-58 team…
 
July 27th: Charles Arnett Stevens Arrested (1989) One call can change everything. On July 27th 1989 a man was arrested after a simple early morning call for police in Oakland, California led them on a trail of a serial killer no one knew was active yet. This Episode is sponsored by Better Help Get 10% off your first month with betterhelp.com/mornin…
 
July 26th: Sagamihara Stabbings (2016) A cultural stigma runs the risk of becoming dangerous if unchecked and unevolved. On July 26th 2016 a group of individuals were stabbed in their sleep while living in a facility that was meant to keep them safe. And, in the aftermath of the crime and its trial, the stigma held against those with disabilities w…
 
Faith Thomas was determined to do things, the fact that she was a woman, raised in a childrens home and discriminated against because of her race would not stand in her way, she became a nurse, a civil rights campaigner and the first indigenous Australian to represent her country in international sport.…
 
July 25th: Sifiso Makhubo Kills Self (2013) No case is black and white. But, some cases are so grey, it’s difficult to understand how a solution will be reached. On July 25th 2013 a man took his life just days before his history making trial could begin. BRAND NEW MERCH IS OUT NOW! https://www.bonfire.com/store/morningcupofmurder/ Join the Patreon!…
 
July 24th: Buddy Schumacher Jr. Disappears (1925) Not all stories have a satisfying ending. Some just leave you wanting more information and with no way to obtain it. On July 24th 1925 a young boy disappeared from a small town and, almost 100 years later, the ending to his story will leave you wanting more. Wikipedia, the-line-up.com, wauwatosa.fan…
 
July 23rd: Anjelica Castillo’s Body Discovered (1991) Through the tireless effort of detectives, cold cases are being solved after decades of being at a standstill. On July 23rd 1991, a young girl’s body was found in New York City and, thanks to the tireless work of determined detectives, and DNA, the case was solved and Baby Hope was given back he…
 
July 22nd: David Sonboly Kills (2016) There are some crimes where, despite all the evidence, we may never know a true motive. Or this motive will be argued back and forth for years leaving many unsatisfied with the results. On July 22nd 2016 a young boy committed a mass shooting that, to this day, many argue what the true motive could be.…
 
July 21st: Anthony Baekeland Released (1980) The relationship between mother and son can be a special one. But, today’s story takes that mother/son bond and turns it completely on its head. On July 21st 1980 a young man was released from a hospital after he tried to end his relationship with his mother by stabbing her to death. Murderpedia, Wikiped…
 
July 20th: Brenda Gerow Disappeared (1980) One small thread can pull apart an entire case. On July 20th 1980 a young woman disappeared only to turn up as a Jane Doe shortly thereafter. A Jane Doe that remained unidentified for years until a chance interaction with a criminal pulled a thread that unlocked her identity and, more than likely, her kill…
 
July 19th: Lori Kay Soares Hacking Killed (2004) A little white lie may seem harmless at first but, has the very real potential of snowballing into something much bigger and much more dangerous. On July 19th 2004 Lori Kay Soares Hacking went missing while on her daily jog and, when the dust settled on her tragic case, the finger would be pointed to…
 
July 18th: Alexis Flores Born (1975) Sometimes, a good deed can have its consequences. On July 18th 1975 a man was born who would have a stranger take pity on him. A stranger who, unfortunately, placed him in the direct path of a young, innocent, little girl. Wikipedia, fugitive.com, news-daily.com, billingsgazette.com, foxnews.com, bucks-news.com,…
 
This is episode 23 and its time to shift our attention away from the Dutch in the Cape to the amaXhosa. At the turn of the 18th Century there were signs of increased conflict in the region as the Khoekhoe began to feel the pressures of the expanding Dutch settlements which spread out from the southern Cape. The boundaries of the territory occupied …
 
Today’s episode sponsored by: Smile Brilliant Once again that’s www.smilebrilliant.com and use COUPON CODE MORNING for an exclusive Morning Cup of Murder discount! July 17th: Sebastian Shaw Kills (1992) It’s difficult to solve a crime when there is no connection with the killer. No clear motive, no known enemies, and no DNA that matches anyone in t…
 
July 16th: Burton Abbott Arrested (1955) For some, no evidence in the world will convince them that someone they love was a monster in disguise. On July 16th 1955 a man was arrested for a horrific crime that shocked Berkely, California. A crime that, no matter how much evidence stacked up against him, his mother was convinced he did not commit. www…
 
Although there is archeological evidence and historical writings about olive oil in the ancient world, the popularity, demand, and production of olive oil as we know it today has a very recent history. The designation of Extra Virgin did not occur until 1960, which was the beginning of the modern era for olive oil. Prof. Carl Ipsen from Indiana Uni…
 
When a shocking crime occurs, people ask “WHY?” Was it about power, ego, or revenge? On KILLER PSYCHE, retired FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong draws on her decades of experience to reveal why these murderers and criminals committed these acts. She will reveal fascinating new details about what drove these people, including cases she worked on …
 
July 15th: Julio Perez Silva Born (1963) A victim is a victim, no matter their lifestyle or their financials. Everyone deserves their justice and everyone deserves to have a police force investigate their crime. On July 15th 1963 a man was born who took his victims from the poorer areas of Chile. Victims who police assumed had run away and whose mu…
 
July 14th: Bella Wright Born (1897) Some cases can leave a lasting impression in the area where it occurred that can last for decades. On July 14th 1897 a yong woman was born whose murder, and the trial that followed, would leave an impresssion on a village in England that lasts to this day. Wikipedia, Murderpedia, horrorhistory.net, executedtoday.…
 
July 13th: Guenther Podola Kills Police Officer (1959) A criminal, for the most part, will do anything to try and get away with their crimes. On July 13th 1959 an officer was killed while trying to bring a petty thief into custody. A thief, now turned murderer, who would have an interesting way of trying to get away with his crimes. Wikipedia, Murd…
 
July 12th: Frankie Stewart Silver Dies (1833) Some stories become ingrained in a state’s history and become part of the folklore passed down from generation to generation. Which, of course, makes for a great story but can sometimes muddy up the facts. On July 12th 1833 an 18 year old Appalachian Mountain girl was killed at the gallows for the bruta…
 
July 11th: Michael Wayne McGray Born (1965) One would think that putting a murderer in prison would be the end of their reign of terror. On July 11th 1965 a man was born who would go on to kill a handful of people, the exact number still heavily disputed. A dangerous man who didn't let prison stop him from satisfying his urge to kill. Wikipedia, Mu…
 
This is episode 22 and we’re dealing with a number of things. First is the arrival in the Cape of an influential Muslim Cleric called Sheik Yusufs al-Taj al-Khwalwari al-Maqasari who was to have a major impact on the colony. We’ll also hear about what was going on across southern Africa in the first two decades of the 18th Century – a time of major…
 
July 10th: Larry Ashbrook Born (1952) Some devastating events have unforeseen silver linings. And, while these positive changes will never make up for human loss, they do offer some closure and resolve that, hopefully, something so tragic will never happen again. On July 10th 1952 a man was born who would go on a massacre in a church filled with te…
 
July 9th: Amanda Knox Born (1987) Some cases are so complex it’s difficult to give them their due diligence. On July 9th 1987 a young girl was born and, when she was just 20 years old, she would be thrust into a complicated story that, to this day, has many people scratching their heads wondering; Was she the victim of an anti-American smear campai…
 
July 8th: Charles Schmid Born (1942) Some people have a charisma that can get them incredibly far in life. And some choose to squander that and use it to inflict evil upon the world. On July 8th 1942 a man was born who was, in his early 20s, referred to as the Pied Piper. A man who could get anyone he wanted and chose to use that to take human live…
 
July 7th: Virginia Rappe Born (1895) There are 3 sides to every story; yours, mine and the truth. On July 7th 1895 a young actress was born who would go on to suffer a tragic death. A death that, depending on who you believe, may have been a health issue or, may have been murder at the hands of one of Hollywoods biggest actors. Wikipedia, medium.co…
 
July 6th: Cecil Johnson Arrested (1980) Not all convictions come with a sense of relief. Sometimes, when a verdict is read, it leaves many wondering if they put away a dangerous man, or an innocent one who just wasn’t able to plead his case. On July 6th 1980, a man was arrested for a vicious armed robbery gone wrong. But, despite a conviction and e…
 
After decades of restoring the Aksumite Empire to glory, Nigusa Nagast Degna Djan is dead, and his system will not last. However, what happened to his sons is mired in unreliable histories and later propaganda. Join us for the latest episode of the History of Africa Podcast, where we attempt to dissect and navigate the historical minefield of late …
 
July 5th: Donald Leroy Evans Born (1957) Sometimes, solving 1 crime can lead to a domino effect. On July 5th 1957 a man was born who would go on to brutally take the life of a 10 year old girl. A victim that set off a domino effect leading to up to 70 more victims. BRAND NEW MERCH IS OUT NOW! https://www.bonfire.com/store/morningcupofmurder/ Design…
 
July 4th: Cody Posey Kills (2004) How far can you push someone before they break. Before they lose their control. On July 4th 2004 a family was killed in their New Mexico home after pushing a teenager way too far. BRAND NEW MERCH IS OUT NOW! https://www.bonfire.com/store/morningcupofmurder/ Designed in collaboration with: https://www.etsy.com/shop/…
 
This is episode 21 and we’re probing the growth of Nguni societies – as well as the terrible smallpox epidemic of 1713. First a note about historical records. As I’ve mentioned the use of archaeological surveys and oral history along with specific tools used such as pottery and metal artifacts provides quite a bit of detail about the history of the…
 
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