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Professors Jeffrey L. Littlejohn and Wesley G. Phelps discuss topics in World and U.S. History with the faculty members and graduate students at Sam Houston State University. Each episode features concise interviews with authors on current publications. Join us.
 
The Living Gender History podcast aims to bring history out of the archives and onto the public stage. We wish to increase the impact of our research by bringing it into conversation with local activists and professional communities. By engaging with activism, art and current issues with a gender focus, the podcast creates a space for dialogue between academic work and activism happening in our local community. The series is aimed at wider audiences than the conference rooms we habitually fr ...
 
Для всех любителей светлой стороны Drum & Bass музыки! Ежемесячные компиляции Liquid Funk & Soulful направлений, совершенно разного времени и настроения. Основной уклон на работы отечественного производства. Также презентации предстоящих релизов, гостевые миксы. Всем добра и приятного прослушивания!
 
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This episode, which is in collaboration in En-Gender, explores the research interests of the current cohort of the Gender History Master's students at the Centre for Gender History. Topics include Witchcraft, reproductive rights in the USA and Scotland, Female Identities worldwide in 18th and 19th century and Contemporary Queer Popular Culture. Fin…
 
We are pleased to announce the launch of Gary McKay's new book, After the Blood Cools: The Warrior's Dilemma. This gripping account tells the story of Gary's service in Vietnam, his wounding in the last major battle of the war, his return to Australia and the difficult journey back to his old life. Join Mat for a special interview with Gary about t…
 
This episodes brings together Rosie Hampton's research interests in solidarity, space and gender and her activism in the Scotland's tenants' union Living Rent. The episode explores the gendering of solidarity, navigating online and offline organising and the value of community activism. For more info on Living Rent visit: https://www.livingrent.org…
 
This episode explores the lived experiences of caring and being cared for during the Covid crisis and theorises the ways in which these personal testimonies signify broader patterns such as the revival of domesticity, nucleation of family and redistribution of caring responsibilities.Eliska Bujokova tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode we explore current Scottish care regimes with four members of the Scottish Women's Budget Group. Tune in to learn more about the organisation of care in Scotland, its impacts on gender equality and policy developments for the future. More info on the SWBG: https://www.swbg.org.uk/Eliska Bujokova tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In part two of our episodes on domestic abuse, Charlotte James Robertson and Rosie Hampton talk to Dr Marsha Scott, the CEO at Scottish Women's Aid. Learn more about her role, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and recent legislation against coercive control in Scotland. Content Warning: discussion of domestic abuse.…
 
This episode is about the history of domestic abuse, coercive control and women’s refuges in Scotland. Charlotte James Robertson talks to researcher Mairi Hamilton about women’s experiences of domestic abuse in the 19th century. We also learn about the history of Women’s Aid in Scotland, its links to the Women’s Liberation Movement and the impact t…
 
Tja Sebastian und Dominik haben es wirklich einmal gemacht! Endlich sitzen sie an EINEM Tisch und quatschen über ihr Lieblingsthema: Kettenhemden / Ringpanzer! Also Nähzeug raus und reinhören! Vielen vielen Danke an Jonathan Frey & Jeannine Frey-Gloor! Von ihnen stammt das fantastische Intro! Schaut doch auch mal bei ihnen vorbei unter https://www.…
 
In the history of church music, Fanny Crosby stands out as the queen of gospel hymns. Born in 1820, she became blind at six weeks old. Rather than hinder, blindness gave her an ear for rhyme and an opportunity for education. She believed that God had ordained her blindness for His glory. By the time of her death in 1915, she had written more than 8…
 
Why did he do it? Why did this ordinary German businessman spend over four million Marks to keep Jews out of the death camps? Why did he continue to risk his life and those of his wife and children for over three years in order to help Jews? Many think of Oskar Schindler as a great Samaritan and compare him to Mother Teresa. However, Oskar Schindle…
 
Da sind wir mal wieder! Heute gibts bissl "Sprache" aufs Ohr! Sebastian und Dominik packen in der 9. Maultrommelfolge mal ihre zarten vorlese Stimmen aus und betören eure Ohren! Also Nähzeug raus und reinhören! Vielen vielen Danke an Jonathan Frey & Jeannine Frey-Gloor! Von ihnen stammt das fantastische Intro! Schaut doch auch mal bei ihnen vorbei …
 
On December 8, 1777, when the skirmishes at Whitemarsh were coming to a close, it was well past time for Washington's army to go into winter quarters. Although it may seem quaint today, winter weather and the rigors of winter campaigning was avoided. Supply was complicated by the cold and the rigors of winter campaigning were difficult on the healt…
 
Mat is joined by historian Pete Smith to discuss the world of collecting militaria. What is it, why do we do it, and how can you do it too? Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Pete Smith Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/c/LivingHistoryTV Don't …
 
Tonight is the evening of July 6, 1944. General Eisenhower is addressing the international press corps that has been flown across the English Channel for this exclusive press conference. These are Eisenhower’s first public comments on the D-Day invasion (Operation Overlord) and its success. Operation Overlord was the greatest amphibious operation t…
 
Mat speaks to Dr Lachlan Grant from the Australian War Memorial about the vital role played by Australian airmen who served in Bomber Command in the Second World War. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Dr Lachlan Grant Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.you…
 
A special bonus episode of our new podcast series, BattleWalks, which explores the great battlefields of Europe. This episode features the Sunken Road sector of the Somme battlefield. Subscribe to BattleWalks on Apple Podcasts, Google, Spotify, or on your favourite podcast app. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Mat reviews the classic Australian film 'Gallipoli', starring Mel Gibson and directed by Peter Weir. How does it rate for both entertainment value and historical accuracy, and has it stood the test of time? Presenter: Mat McLachlan Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube ch…
 
Mat speaks to author Kathy Mexted about her new book, Australian Women Pilots, and the incredible tales of daring and adventure that define Australia's female aviators. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Kathy Mexted Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtu…
 
Mat visits the Australian National Library to examine the maps of Charles Kingsford-Smith, that tell the story of his epic first flight across the Pacific in 1928. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Martin Woods Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.co…
 
Our new podcast series, Battle Walks, which takes you across the great battlefields of Europe, is launching on November 4! In this episode, Mat speaks to co-host Peter Smith about exploring military history by walking the ground. Subscribe to Battle Walks on your favourite podcast app. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Peter Smith Producer: Jess Steb…
 
Mat travels to the UK National Archives to examine the original document signed by Guy Fawkes confessing his role in the attempt to blow up Parliament in 1605. The date of the 'Gunpowder Plot', November 5, is still celebrated in Britain as Guy Fawkes Night. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.…
 
Mat speaks to historian Dr Aaron Pegram about the fascinating items relating to the Red Baron featured in the collection of the Australian War Memorial. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Dr Aaron Pegram Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/c/Livi…
 
In the 1830s British woman Dorothy English Paty moved to Newcastle, NSW, with her husband and young family. There she began painting watercolours of the strange and intriguing native plants and flowers she encountered. Today her watercolours are part of the collection of the Australian National Library, and they tell more than just a story of botan…
 
Mat speaks to historian Alexandra Churchill about the Great War Group, her new online community that aims to give new perspectives on the First World War. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Alexandra Churchill Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/…
 
This week marks the 49th anniversary of the Battle of Nui Le, Australia's last major battle of the Vietnam War. To commemorate the anniversary, here is a special replay of the interview Mat conducted with veteran Gary McKay, who was a platoon commander in 4RAR in Vietnam. Gary was badly wounded during the battle, and was awarded the Military Cross …
 
Mat speaks to author and historian Richard van Emden about the 270 Great War veterans he interviewed in the 1980s and 1990s, and how their words and photographs have influenced his understanding of the First World War. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Richard van Emden Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryT…
 
Mat speaks to battlefield historian John Anderson about British soldiers trapped behind German lines in the First World War, who were sheltered at great risk by French and Belgian families. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: John Anderson Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTub…
 
Mat visits the State Library of NSW to examine an extraordinary collection of century-old photographs, which tells the story of one of Sydney's earliest and most significant burial grounds. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Elise Edmonds Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTub…
 
Mat speaks to historian and battlefield tour guide Jo Hook about the Battle of Mont St Quentin, claimed to be one of the 'finest Australian feats' of the First World War. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Jo Hook Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.…
 
In the latest in our series of walks across the battlefields of the First World War, Mat takes us to Passchendaele, scene of one of the most horrific battles of the war. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/c/LivingHist…
 
This week Ordinary Seaman Teddy Sheean was awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross for an act of valour that occurred in 1942. In this episode, Mat speaks to historian David Howell about this unique decision, and the actions that led to Teddy losing his life, but winning our greatest gallantry award. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: David Howell Produce…
 
Es geht weiter mit unserer kleinen Spezialreihe zum Thema von der Faser zum fertigen Kleidungstück! In dieser Folge besprechen Dr. Melanie Burgemeister und Dominik Huber kompakt alles wichtige zum Thema spinnen. Ja, Fasern verspinnen. Nicht so spinnen! Das ist der zweite Teil unserer kleinen Reihe! In der ersten Folge ging es um Fasern und in der n…
 
On the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Mat speaks to historian Richard B. Frank about new evidence that exposes just why America dropped the bombs. Were the Japanese ready to surrender before the bombings? How was the Soviet Union involved in ending the war? What role did code-breaking play in revealing Japan's fi…
 
Mat speaks to music producer and former Capital Records CEO Andrew Slater about his new documentary, 'Echo in the Canyon', which tells the story of the music scene in Los Angeles' Laurel Canyon in the mid-1960s. The music of the Byrds, the Beach Boys, the Mamas and the Papas, Buffalo Springfield and more is brought to life through interviews with o…
 
Mat is joined by WW2 historian James Holland to discuss 'Greyhound', the new Tom Hanks movie that tells the story of an American destroyer doing battle with U-Boats in the mid-Atlantic in 1942. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: James Holland Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our Yo…
 
Battlefield historian Peter Smith joins Mat to discuss the Battle of Fromelles, the most costly 24 hours in Australian military history. On this terrible day, 5533 Australians were killed, wounded or captured. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Peter Smith Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subsc…
 
Dieses Mal starten wir mit unserer kleinen Spezialreihe zum Themavon der Faser zum fertigen Kleidungstück! In dieser Folge besprechen Dr. Melanie Burgemeister und DominikHuber kompakt alles wichtige zum Thema Fasern (hauptsächlich Wolle, aber auchLeinen und Seide schneiden wir kurz an). Darauf aufbauend geht es in der nächsten Folge um dieGarnherst…
 
In this special episode, Mat is interviewed by Adam Blum about the Battle of Pozieres, which was fought as part of the Somme campaign in July and August 1916. In six weeks of brutal fighting, more than 23,000 Australians were killed or wounded, making it the most costly battle in Australian history. Presenter: Adam Blum Guest: Mat McLachlan Produce…
 
Mat speaks to historian Michael Tyquin about the role of animals on the battlefields of the First World War, and the bonds they formed with their human comrades. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Michael Tyquin Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.co…
 
Und weiter geht es mit Maultrommel - Faser & Stoff! Diesmal reden Melanie und Dominik über mögliche Missverständnisse, richtigen Stoff für richtige Sachen und warum, obwohl man "alles richtig macht" es trotzdem nicht A ist. Und vieles mehr! Vielen vielen Dank an Jonathan Frey & Jeannine Frey-Gloor! Von ihnen stammt die fantastische Musik! Schaut do…
 
Join Mat on a walking tour around the Belgian town of Ypres, which was the scene of five huge battles during the First World War, and today is a living monument to the men who fought and died in its fields. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube ch…
 
Mat speaks to Dr Rhys Crawley from the Australian War Memorial, who is the Official Historian of Australia's involvement in the Afghanistan War. Rhys breaks down the stages of Australia's involvement, discusses his difficult job writing the Official History, and explores the effect the war has had on its more than 35,000 Australian veterans. Presen…
 
Mat speaks to military historian Dan Hill about the Battle of Isandlwana in 1879, when British troops were massacred by a superior Zulu force, one of the most bloody defeats ever experienced by the British Army. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Dan Hill Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscr…
 
Heute mit einem neuen Format! Maultrommel - Faser & Stoff! Neben dem gewohnten Maultrommel Podcast präsentieren wir euch „Maultrommel - Faser & Stoff“! Zusammen mit Dr. Melanie Burgemeister vom Textilatelier Faser & Stoff erkundet Dominik Huber „Der Pärbinger Ritter“ das spannende und umfangreiche Thema Textilien und Kleidung im Mittelalter. Seid g…
 
In the second of our special D-Day episodes, Mat speaks to Dr Lachlan Grant from the Australian War Memorial about the vital, yet often overlooked, contribution of Australian forces to the D-Day landings and the Battle of Normandy. Presenter: Mat McLachlan Guest: Dr Lachlan Grant Producer: Jess Stebnicki For more great history content, visit www.Li…
 
This week marks the anniversary of the D-Day landings in 1944, and to commemorate it we are speaking to military historian Paul Reed about the British contribution on D-Day. The British and Commonwealth role on this most famous day is often overlooked in favour of the American sacrifice at Omaha and Utah Beaches. But in reality the British played a…
 
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