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Historical Blindness

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Historical Blindness

Nathaniel Lloyd

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The Historical Blindness podcast is a podcast about history’s myths, mysteries, and forgotten truths. By examining cases of outrageous hoaxes, pernicious conspiracy theory, mass delusion, baffling mysteries and unreliable historiography, Historical Blindness searches for insights into modern religious belief and political culture.
 
Historical Light is a Masonic show based on the historical events and aspects within Freemasonry. Between our buildings, members, events, and family history we have so many great stories with that rich history just waiting to be shared. Here on Historical Light, we aim to share, preserve, and Honor that history. Thank you for joining us on our quest for Historical Light!
 
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Historically High

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Historically High

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A dive into historical topics from an elevated perspective. New episodes will be out every Wednesday. Find us on our socials:@Historicallyhi on Twitter@histocallyhighpod on Instagram Don't forget to like, rate, subscribe, and let your friends know what they are missing.
 
We are here to explore the world of historical miniature wargaming. We'll cover, game design theory, rules reviews, showcase new miniatures, and pretty much anything related to historical miniature wargaming. This bi-weekly podcast is hosted by veteran gamers each with 40+ years of experience in the genre.
 
Luzerne County Historical Society Director of Operations and Programs and Museum Curator, Mark Riccetti, Jr. and Wilkes-Barre Area School District Social Studies teacher and former Luzerne County Historical Society board member, Michael Ward, discuss some well known and never heard of topics about the rich and full history of Luzerne County.
 
Welcome to the podcast of the German Historical Institute London, a research centre for German and British academics and students in the heart of Bloomsbury. The GHIL is a research base for historians of all eras working on colonial history and global relations or the history of Great Britain and Ireland, and also provides a meeting point for UK historians whose research concerns the history of the German-speaking lands. In each podcast episode, ranging from interviews to lecture recordings, ...
 
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Historically Speaking Podcast

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Historically Speaking Podcast

Rebecca Robbins & Kim Kimmel

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Uncommon history with an unconventional pair. Join married hosts Rebecca Robbins (a Broadway actress) and Kim Kimmel (her college history instructor) as they delve into topics that run the historical gambit. A gifted storyteller, Kim taught history at the collegiate level for 29 years while as a student, Rebecca always sat in the front row of his Western Civilizations class soaking up every word he said. For the record, she made an A in his class. She went on to pursue a Broadway career (The ...
 
Doth Protest Too Much is a podcast on church history and the development of Protestant theology over the past several centuries. It is hosted by Episcopal priest Rev. Andrew Christiansen along with Stephen Burnett, Rev. Charlie Lehmann (Lutheran-LCMS), and Rev. James Rickenbaker (Episcopal). It also features interviews and discussions with world-class theologians and scholars of church history. We can be listened to on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, & more. Follow us on Twitter @MuchDoth ...
 
During this podcast I will discuss the lives and journeys that black people took throughout their life time. Former slaves and freed slaves will be heavily talked about on the podcast. What it took for them to be free, and what kind of lengths and risks they were willing to take for that freedom? Furthermore, what happened to those people and their families after they were newly freed citizens of America?
 
Over the course of 365 days a year, something in the world of sports always makes us stop and take notice. This new member of the Sports History Network highlights the accomplishments, memories and anniversaries of some of the greatest moments in sports history and delves into some of the hidden stories behind them. Hosted by former sportswriter and broadcaster Dana Auguster, this weekly podcast describes these sports moments like no other. Each week the show will be your tour guide as we st ...
 
In History Hit's Historical Fiction podcast, authors of newly published novels talk about their work, historians and writers discuss how great historical figures are depicted in fiction, and commentators explore contemporary concerns about "fake news" and "post-truth". See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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In February-March 1616, the Catholic Church issued a prohibition against the Copernican theory of the earth’s motion. This led later (1633) to the Inquisition trial and condemnation of Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) as a suspected heretic.Written by Maurice A. Finocchiaro. Narration by Dr. Nicholas B. Breyfogle. A textual version of this video is avai…
 
Richard Hamilton, World War II veteran, is scheduled to speak during this week's Memorial Day Remembrance at Brattleboro Union High School. BHS Alumni who died while serving during World War I will be honored.Brattleboro Historical Society
 
Are our favorite rules based in historical fact or tired clichés? Today we examine if authors feel compelled to give us rules that we think are realistic, but may not be. Support the showTom Castanos, Richard Martinez, Ray Winstead
 
This week Alice, Helen, Sara and Abigail all got together for our third Ripper Watch episode, a recurring feature discussing the representation of the Whitechapel Murders and "Jack the Ripper" in pop culture. We watched A Study In Terror, a truly unhinged Sherlock Holmes x Jack the Ripper mishmash, featuring baby Judi Dench's beehive and Barbara Wi…
 
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. I am so pleased to welcome Misty Beller to the podcast this week. Misty is a fabulous author who specializes in Western and Rocky Mountain historical fiction. We talk about how a South Carolina author ended up writing…
 
Today’s episode is a long-overdue chat with Joanna Politano about her book A Midnight Dance. We discuss how Joanna comes up with the intricate mysteries in her books, what was going on in France during the Victorian era, and how she went from knowing nothing about dance to being able to write a book set in the Victorian ballet. Purchase A Midnight …
 
PI's and department stores the history of the credit score is as strange as it is stupid. Thank god we didn't let the same people who invented credit scoring seize control of the economy by constructing a spiraling system of debt and growth based on arbitrary superstition.
 
Recorded April 26, 2022 - Between 1783 â�� 1850, the newly constituted United States emerged as a fragile, internally divided union of states contending with European empires and other independent republics on the North American continent. Native peoples sought to defend their homelands from the flood of American settlers; the system of American sl…
 
Listeners! Feel free to CRASH our new website launching this week. Visit us and join our monthly newsletter group so you can stay up-to-date on all the upcoming episodes ! www.SweetnSpicyChicks.com In honor of Mother's Day we wanted to take some time to recognize all you HOT mommas and caretakers out there! Join us as we share some off the cuff que…
 
Dr. Ariel Hessayon joins Andrew, Charlie, and James today to talk about the books that are often considered 'Apocrypha' in the Protestant tradition. We discuss:-The difference between the Septuagint and the Hebrew Bible-The speculation on the closing of the Jewish canon by the time of Jesus-The early church father Jerome's approach to canonicity-Th…
 
In the conclusion of my series on claims that giants actually existed in antiquity, I focus on claims about Native Americans being giants and on giant bones being excavated from indigenous burial mounds, and I investigate fake news about this topic from the 19th century press and on the Internet today! Support the show on Patreon to get an ad-free …
 
Lea Roback was a feminist and labor activist who was raised in a large Jewish family in Quebec, Canada. In the novel Lea (Linda Leith Publishing, 2022), Ariela Freedman describes a strong, vibrant woman whose life spanned the 20th century. Lea Roback spoke four languages, and wherever she was in the world, she fought for workers’ rights, votes for …
 
This week on Historical Light, We are joined by Brother Cedric Jacobson as our special guest to discuss some of the fascinating history behind the Masonic Lodges while at Refreshment. We will discuss the drinking/tavern culture in America from colonial times and relate that to some of our practices. Brother Jacobson will even attempt to recreate a …
 
5 tidbits from across the United states. Applets and Cotlets in Washington, Wakarusa war in Kansas, the life story of Mr. Mowry in Arizona, the Seminole wars in Florida and the Pepperell family in Maine. My website https://www.rickyshistoricaltidbits.com/ My Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/3HNHwYXLblxupjunmuIqNm?si=5e1577cb9271471e My Coffee …
 
Recently, there has been an uptick of interest in the late Reinhart Koselleck’s theoretical writings. Whenever scholars across the humanities deal with issues of temporality, with present pasts or past futures, Koselleck’s work is invoked. Yet new histories of fascist and Nazi times oddly omit one of Koselleck’s most incisive essays, ‘Terror and Dr…
 
In episode 2 of season 2 of Fireside History presented by the Luzerne County Historical Society, Mark Riccetti, Jr. and Michael Ward talk about how the ship of dreams became a nightmare for passengers with a Luzerne County connection. The Thomas's, the Frauenthal's, and a newlywed couple were on their way to Wilkes-Barre when the R.M.S. Titanic hit…
 
Notting Hill is one of London's most desirable locations to live with all the charm of a Hugh Grant Film. However, 1958 it was essentially a slum which housed many Caribbean Immigrants. It was in this area that we saw the Notting Hill riots. twitter: the historical crimes and criminals podcast email: thehistoricalcrimespodcast@yahoo.com academic.ou…
 
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