Nov 16, 2023
Steelcan909 talks with James Currie about the recent proliferation of books about the crusades written by conservative Catholic writers and their sympathizers. Two books are examined for their ideaological dimensions and what they say about the crusades and their reception almost 1000 years after their events. Warning...
Oct 26, 2023
Jeremy Salkeld talks with Dr. Mitch Maki of the Go For Broke National Education Center about Japanese-American internment, the 442nd Infantry Regiment, and the Japanese-American campaign for redress and recognition in the postwar decades. Also discussed are relations between Hawaiian-born and...
Sep 8, 2023
Morgan Lewin Campos chats with Dr Claire Aubin (@ceaubin on Twitter) about the challenges of studying fascism and violence in the current global political climate, as well as the problems sensationalistic and revisionistic historical writing creates for public history. (68 mins)
Jul 27, 2023
We're back! Jennifer Borgioli Binis (EdHistory101) talks with J. C. Hallman, author of "Say Anarcha: A Young Woman, a Devious Surgeon, and the Harrowing Birth of Modern Women's Health." Heads up that the episode talks about some of the experiences enslaved women had with J. Marion Sims, who had been long credited as...
Apr 6, 2023
Steelcan909 talks with Andrew Rakich from Atun-Shei Films about the role of YouTube in public historical outreach, filmaking, and the comments sections that you dread to look at. 79 minutes.