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A podcast series brought to you by the Scottish Centre for Global History in association with the University of Dundee. Through our research workshops and editorial podcasts, we aim to democratise Global History and give a public platform to postgraduate research. You can see our full list of history blogs and academic resources at globalhistory.org.uk If you'd like to contribute a blog post or take part in a virtual research workshop, please contact us via email at SCGH@dundee.ac.uk or via ...
 
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Today marks 104 years since the Battle of George Square took place in Glasgow. It is 1919. Troops are on the streets of Glasgow to quell a potential Communist uprising. What happened? The Riot Act happened. CREDITS The Voice of the Riot Act is Paul Houlihan The score was written by the human Fialka cipher, Mitch Bain. This episode wouldn't be possi…
 
It's almost Burns Night which means that it's time for us to check in with the Bard. This time we travel back to 1785 and we find Robert Burns' best friend Gavin Hamilton in a bit of a legal pickle with some irate clergymen. This is the true story behind Holy Willie's Prayer. Don't forget to rate us ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ and check out our social media here. C…
 
It is Christmas Eve 1950. You're about to break into Westminster Abbey to 'liberate' a symbol of Scottish pride. You're about to steal the Stone of Scone. This episode was first released in December 2020. Check out all of our social media, websites and support us by clicking here. CREDITS: Written, produced and narrated by Michael Park, Music by Mi…
 
Dorothee Boulanger discusses her PhD research on post-colonial Angolan literature. She outlines the findings of her book, Fiction as History: Resistance and Complicities in Angolan Postcolonial Literature, which explores the relationship between history, politics and literature in Angola. Dorothee highlights the need for a more nuanced understandin…
 
Siobhan Amelia Smith, a PhD student at the European University Institute in Italy discusses her research on the role of the United Nations in Rhodesian and Zimbabwean decolonization. She highlights the crisis of decolonisation within the UN, the contested claims between white minority power in Rhodesian and Zimbabwean nationalist parties and the ro…
 
Frédéric Spillemaeker of the French Institute of Andean Studies in Bogota, discusses his PhD research on the wars of independence in Venezuela and Colombia. He highlights the contributions of the guerilla fighters during the conflicts and addresses the social divisions apparent during these wars. Spillemaeker also details his current post-doctoral …
 
Diana Mendez Rojas shares her doctoral research on the growth agricultural knowledge in Mexico between 1940-1980. She focuses on fellowship winners, from the Rockefeller Foundation, and how their graduate experiences across the world influenced Mexico's knowledge and agricultural practice. Diana also talks about how this history links to the Green …
 
It is 1698. Desperate times call for desperate measures: and to save themselves from a full union with England, the Scottish Government is willing to roll the dice one last time. They're going to bet the house on a Scottish Empire in Central America. Don't forget to rate us ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ and check out our social media here. CREDITS: Written, narrated …
 
A few of our listeners have been asking to hear The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, a full reading of the novel that we originally posted to our (currently offline!) Patreon a couple of years ago. We hope you've enjoyed listening along with us - happy Hallowe'en! Chapter Ten, Henry Jekyll's Full Statement of the Case, from The Strange Case of …
 
A few of our listeners have been asking to hear The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, a full reading of the novel that we originally posted to our (currently offline!) Patreon a couple of years ago. This episode was streamed live on Youtube mid Covid lockdown, so it may sound a little different to the other episodes! Subscribe and check back nex…
 
A few of our listeners have been asking to hear The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, a full reading of the novel that we originally posted to our (currently offline!) Patreon a couple of years ago. Subscribe and check back next week for the next chapter! So please enjoy Chapter Eight, The Last Night, from The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde…
 
A few of our listeners have been asking to hear The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, a full reading of the novel that we originally posted to our (currently offline!) Patreon a couple of years ago. Subscribe and check back next week for the next chapter! So please enjoy Chapter Seven, The Incident At The Window, from The Strange Case of Dr Jeky…
 
In the sixties there were loads of famous names in motorsport. Hill, Moss, Surtees, Von Trips... but none of them could come close to the quiet Scottish farmer from Berwickshire who took Formula 1 by storm. Meet Jim Clark - the Fastest Man on Earth in this episode of Scotland - A Scottish History Podcast. Don't forget to rate us ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ and chec…
 
A few of our listeners have been asking to hear The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, a full reading of the novel that we originally posted to our (currently offline!) Patreon a couple of years ago. Subscribe and check back next week for the next chapter! So please enjoy Chapter Six, The Case of Dr Lanyon, from The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr…
 
A few of our listeners have been asking to hear The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, a full reading of the novel that we originally posted to our (currently offline!) Patreon a couple of years ago. Subscribe and check back next week for the next chapter! So please enjoy Chapter Five, The Letter, from The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde by R…
 
A few of our listeners have been asking to hear The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, a full reading of the novel that we originally posted to our (currently offline!) Patreon a couple of years ago. Subscribe and check back next week for the next chapter! So please enjoy Chapter Four, The Carew Murder Case, from The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & M…
 
A few of our listeners have been asking to hear The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, a full reading of the novel that we originally posted to our (currently offline!) Patreon a couple of years ago. Subscribe and check back next week for the next chapter! So please enjoy Chapter Three, Dr Jekyll Was Quite at Ease, from The Strange Case of Dr Jek…
 
It is 144CE. Based on research and excavations, hear the story of one Roman soldiers' posting to the edge of the Empire. This is Scotland, this is life on the Antonine Wall. Don't forget to rate us ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ and check out our social media here. CREDITS: Written, narrated & produced by Michael Park. Music by Asher Fulero.…
 
A few of our listeners have been asking to hear The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, a full reading of the novel that we originally posted to our (currently offline!) Patreon a couple of years ago. Subscribe and check back next week for the next chapter! So please enjoy Chapter Two, The Search for Hyde, from The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr H…
 
A few of our listeners have been asking to hear The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, a full reading of the novel that we originally posted to our (currently offline!) Patreon a couple of years ago. Subscribe and check back next week for the next chapter! So please enjoy Chapter One, The Story of the Door, from The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr…
 
Annie takes her first trip back to Auldearn Tolbooth in 1662 to meet Isobel Gowdie, one of the most well-known women accused of witchcraft in the Scottish Witch Hunts. Her testimonies of witchcraft have influenced folklore for centuries. But, does Isobel herself believe in witchcraft? From the makers of Stories of Scotland and funded by Northword, …
 
Three stories from St. Enoch Railway Station in Glasgow. From a horrible crash to spies in the Second World War, this is one of Scotland's most interesting stations. And it's in Gregory's Girl... kind of! Check out our social media and support us here. CREDITS: Written, narrated & produced by Michael Park. Additional voices by David Allan & Ashleig…
 
Amie Campos discusses her doctoral research on rural history in Chile in the 19th century. She elaborates on the state relationship with indigenous communities in the south of the country. Amie also tells us about her research experience in Chile. Finally, she shares her move out of academia and reflects on the PhD process.…
 
It is 1935. The Nazis have a death ray, and all the British have is some guy from Brechin with a little thing called RADAR. Check out our social media and support us here. CREDITS: Written, narrated & produced by Michael Park. Additional voices by David Allan & Stevie Whiteford. Music by Mitch Bain. Death ray sound effect by Beetlemuse on Freesound…
 
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