Archive for the ‘podcast’ Category
Two upcoming events that might be of interest to my followers in SoCal: 1) The Past Tense seminar at the Huntington Library with Peter Stallybrass. Always a delight to listen to (such as in this podcast of his plenary at the Past’s Digital Presence conference), Stallybrass will be speaking on “What is a Book? And [...]
Portland trip, June 2005, originally uploaded by pilgrimgirl. It’s cold and rainy outside, which means it’s a great day for hard work inside! One of my big projects of the last few days has been the rehabilitation of my laptop computer. It has new RAM, I’ve cleaned out many unused files, and I’ve been sorting [...]
Episode 3 is posted, in which Prof Jeff Wasserstrom makes a strong case for why we should all be caring about China (and reading his latest book). It’s good stuff, people–not that I am at all biased in the matter…. So take a moment to tune in. Oh, and for my next podcast I’ll be [...]
On Christmas Eve, I posted the latest installment (part 2 of episode 2) of Making History Podcast (a gift for me!). If you’re interested, this particular episode has a great Q&A with historian Martha Hodes.
I posted another episode of my Making History Podcast earlier today. This was really a fun one to record–Martha Hodes, author of The Sea Captain’s Wife, is one of my biggest historian-heroes. Take a listen and let me know what you think! :)
Mormon Stories # 058: Women and the LDS Church Part 4 — 19th and Early 20th Century Mormon Women Mormon Stories # 059: Women and the LDS Church Part 5 — 19th and Early 20th Century Mormon Women Part 2 Claudia Bushman shares more of her insights in this two-part series detailing the lives and [...]
This comment on our podcast site, An Atheist’s Prayer, is a good reminder that it’s time for John and I to get back in bed and start podcasting again! Hooray for more podcasts!