Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

May 16, 2024

In this episode, Jenn Binis (EdHistory101) talks with with u/LostHistoryBooks about lost - and found - American history texts. They discuss the history of Black education, Black history, American history, and more! 45 mins.

Mar 7, 2024

EnclavedMicrostate (Jeremy) talks with /u/thebigbosshimself about the leadup to the 1974 Ethiopian Revolution, which saw the overthrow of the Solomonic dynasty and its replacement by the military junta known as the Derg. 53 mins.

Feb 22, 2024

EnclavedMicrostate (Jeremy) and Lubyak (Chris) talk with Drachinifel about doing naval history on Youtube, covering the opportunities and challenges of Youtube as a platform for public history. Near the end is also a Q&A specifically on naval history topics. 59 mins.

Feb 8, 2024

In this episode, Jenn Binis (EdHistory101) talks with Rebecca Clarren, Investigative Reporter, and author of THE COST OF FREE LAND: JEWS, LAKOTA AND AN AMERICAN INHERITANCE. The conversation explores her research process, the concept of intertwined histories, and the role of the author in such histories. 42 minutes.

Jan 12, 2024

In this episode, Jenn Binis (EdHistory101) talks with with Darrin M. McMahon about his book, EQUALITY: The History of an Elusive Idea. They discuss the difference between equity and equality, scholarship around the history of an idea, and the adventures of conducting research across multiple eras and places. 52 mins.