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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.
 
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.
 
Historical Light is a Masonic show based on the historical events and aspects within Freemasonry. Between out 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!
 
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.
 
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 and Lutheran pastor Rev. Charles Lehmann. 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 & Instagram @doth.protest.too.much
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Volume IV of a series containing anecdotes and stories, some well-known, others less so, of particular countries. This fourth volume covers the history of England from its conversion to Christianity up to the reign of Queen Victoria, describing history for children and young adults in an exciting and novel manner. (Introduction by Kalynda)
 
Join brothers Brandon and Nevin Werner on their crazy trip through time as they dive into some of the weirdest, funniest, and most unbelievable stories in history. Human history has too many stories to fit into just the Laughing Historically video show. Each podcast episode, Brandon and Nevin bring you two topics that they think need to be discussed right way. Looking for our video show? Check out new episodes at: youtube.com/laughinghistorically.
 
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In the conclusion of my series on the Wilmington Coup, I describe the voter intimidation and fraud that White Supremacists engaged in before perpetrating an outright massacre of the Black residents of the city and overthrowing the lawfully elected city government at gunpoint, as well as the structures of systemic racism they established after seizi…
 
You've probably heard of the Perron family because their story was made famous by the 2013 movie "The Conjuring", but you may not have heard the whole story. Here, I discuss the Perron's side of the story, along with some surprising facts from an unexpected source. No, it's not Bathsheba Thayer. Sources: ranker.com, wikipedia, Rhode Island historic…
 
We are so sorry that we couldn't make our deadline to get a new episode up. DAMN DAY JOBS AND HEALTH ISSUES! Seriously, We will have a great episode up early next week. Stay tuned. In the meantime, here is an encore episode of Gamer Types. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/anythingbutaone)…
 
Our second January Novel Dialogue conversation is with Caryl Phillips, professor of English at Yale and world-renowned for novels ranging from The Final Passage to 2018’s A View of the Empire at Sunset. He shares his thoughts on transplantation, on performance, on race, even on sports. Joining him here are John and the wonderful comparatist Corina …
 
We're back and starting out with a big swing! We talk about the 1980 Stanley Kubrick film The Shining. King didn't like it, we all know that, but hopefully we reveal a couple things you didn't know. We had a great time talking about it and if you have questions or comments, hit us up at crhistorical@gmail.com. Oh and here is the link we promised in…
 
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. The Prince and the Prodigal by Jill Eileen Smith Joseph is the pampered favorite son of the patriarch Jacob. His older brothers, deeply resentful of his status in the family, take advantage of the chance to get rid of…
 
Dr. Daniel Pedersen joins us for a discussion on the 19th century German Reformed theologian Friedrich Schleiermacher. Schleiermacher is often called the 'Father of Modern Theology' or the 'Father of Liberal Theology'. Daniel explains what that term means and how he believes that term can mislead. Daniel takes a position that Schleiermacher is ofte…
 
This week Historical Light welcomes our special guests, Brothers Ryan Flynn, Oscar Alleyne, and Ken Collins! In this episode, we will be taking a look at the amazing recent work by Ryan Flynn of the one and only Prince Hall. There is a ton of symbolism and historical accuracy worked into this painting that these Brothers came together to make happe…
 
In March 1964, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert McNamara sent a memorandum to President Johnson, reporting on the situation in South Vietnam, which at the time was contending with the Viet Cong, a Communist, North Vietnam-supported insurgency. Though McNamara's memorandum put the option of American escalation against North Vietnam on the table, it rec…
 
Welcome to part two of my birthday theme! This week I am joined by Wining About Herstory to chat cryptids and birthday traditions! Join Patreon NOW to watch the episodes LIVE & comment along! www.patreon.com/historicalafpod Review the podcast and you can win an "If you know, you know" tote bag! Just email historicalafpod@gmail.com showing you left …
 
Did you ever play at Hollenback Golf Course? Have you ever driven down Dorrance Street in Kingston? Do you know the story of the NEPA version of Ben Franklin? We have all heard the stories about the Fell House. In this episode of Fireside History presented by the Luzerne County Historical Society, Mark Riccetti, Jr. and Michael Ward discuss Mattias…
 
Storytelling, writes my guest Jonathan Gottschall, is the way in which people have for thousands of years not only bound themselves together into communities, but the art which built civilization. But story-telling is also the best way of forcing people apart, for manipulating one another, for destroying the capacity to think rationally. Behind our…
 
Historically Speaking Sports is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Host: Dana Auguster Former Executive Director of the Pro Football Researchers Associaion Ken Crippen sits down to talk about his new Football Learning Academy and also touching on the history of the teams in the NFL postseason…
 
This is the first in a new series of podcasts. Long time listeners will remember that when my book Daniel Morgan: A Revolutionary Life was published, I did a number of podcasts with experts delving into aspects of Daniel Morgan’s life—from the place where he lived, to how he was flogged, to the rifles that he carried. But I thought that this was un…
 
Binge Reading Giveaway for January 2022 Before we get to the Top Ten–we’ve got a Giveaway draw for January–three E book copies every week of my Three Holiday Novellas Book Bundle–A mix of mystery and Christmas romance set in historic New York, Hawaii and California, Books #4 #6 and #8 in the Of Gold & Blood historic mystery series. Enter the draw o…
 
In a eulogy to Abraham Lincoln delivered on June 1, 1865, Frederick Douglass posed the question “what was Lincoln to the colored people or they to him?” His answer was that Lincoln was “emphatically the black man’s President, the first to show any respect for the rights of a black man, or to acknowledge that he had any rights the white man ought to…
 
In 18th Century Londons crimimal doings one man stands out. He was the organiser of half that was evil and half of infected crimes in London and became the inspiration for Sherlocks Moriarty. This is the story of Jonathon Wild. twitter: the historical crimes and criminals podcast www.exclassics.com/newgate/ng175.htm…
 
Rev. Andrew's good friend Rev. Charles Lehmann, Lutheran pastor and classmate at Institute of Lutheran Theology, comes on the show for the first time to discuss the Communicatio Idiomatum; how Jesus’s human nature and divine nature are related which has been understood differently between the Lutheran and the Reformed traditions. We had a lot of fu…
 
In February, 1853, Augustus De Morgan, Professor of Mathematics at University College London, drew the last of a series of diagrams illustrating logical syllogisms. A the center of this one was a face, writes Joan L. Richards, of “a calmly alert being… For [De Morgan] this image of the human and the divine meeting in logical space was…an expression…
 
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. The Debutante's Code by Erica Vetsch Jane Austen meets Sherlock Holmes in this new Regency mystery series Newly returned from finishing school, Lady Juliette Thorndike is ready to debut in London society. Due to her y…
 
Historically Speaking Sports is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Host: Dana Auguster Looking back at the 40th anniversary of the "Epic in Miami", the AFC Divisional matchup between the Miami Dolphins and the San Diego Chargers and how that game made me a life long Chargers fan.…
 
So what does research mean to you? Does it mean looking for someone somewhere on the internet who agrees with you?Then you should really listen to this podcast.This is another of our continuing series on the “moves” of historical thinking, or what I like to think of as “what historical thinking can do for you.” For if history is a way of seeing the…
 
Today we talk to the author of Warbound, a WWII skirmish game written by 12 year old game designer Landon D! Show Notes Email us for a PDF of Landon's rules anythingbutaone.podcast@gmail.com Please consider supporting the show through our new Patreon page Support the show Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/anythingbutaone)…
 
One year having passed since the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, 2020, I talk about the post-election white supremacist coup in Wilmington, NC, 1898, as a cautionary tale against failing to hold the orchestrators of such an insurrection responsible today. If this topic interests you, buy and read my principal source: the Pulitzer P…
 
Even for someone trained from birth to manage a farm, stepping into an inheritance at the age of twenty is not easy. Yet this is the situation facing Promise Mears Crawford when Sunday’s Orphan opens in 1930. Trouble comes at her from many directions. Her adoptive uncle, Taylor Crawford, constructed his farm according to the principles of racial eq…
 
Napoleon, was he hero or villain? An enlightened genius or supreme egotist? Superb diplomat or an immoral usurper? All of the above? Continuing with Part II of our Napoleon series, we take a closer look into his greatest achievements as well as his greatest mistakes. From his coronation as Emperor at Notre-Dame in 1804 to his loss at Waterloo in 18…
 
Welcome to the Best Of The Joys of Binge Reading podcast 2021 – The Top Ten most listened to episodes of the year! I hope you had a happy Christmas and that 2022 will be rather less turbulent than the one we are leaving behind us! I know I said last year that New Zealand tended to “go to the beach” over this period, but this year it’s a little diff…
 
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. A Wagon Train Weekend It was just one night at a Victorian B&B. Until they woke up in 1857. Collette Donaldson never should have taken her boyfriend to her cousin’s wedding. Or introduced him to her parents. After a d…
 
In 1914, at the start of the Great War, the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire called for a “Great Jihad” against France, Russia, and Great Britain. It was a logical conclusion to over fity years of conflict between European and indigenous powers in the Middle East and North Africa, a conflict that eventually became a radical Islamic insurgency supportin…
 
Historically Speaking Sports is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Host: Dana Auguster Christmas Day 1971, the Miami Dolphins played the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Playoffs. The game became not only an instant classic but the NFL's longest game.…
 
Merry Christmas! In this episode, Stephen and Rev. Andrew each share three podcasts that they have been recently enjoying and would recommend to Doth Protest Too Much fans. These other podcasts range from topics of the paranormal to stand-up comedy to relational/emotional wellness to cancel culture to church leadership-gone-wrong to modern theology…
 
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