Podcasts de Medieval

Revolutionary Notre-Dame de Paris

(Christine and Elizabeth) In April 2019, a fire at the French cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris had people around the...

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1.3 Milagros de Nuestra Señora de Gonzalo de Berceo MEDIEVAL

Este es el primer libro que fue firmado por un autor, sin embargo el no es quien tuvo la idea original sobre el...

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The Great Jin Dynasty: Taizu of Jin

A narrative story covering the rise of the Great Jin Dynasty in 12th century China under Aguda or Taizu of Jin up...

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Revolutionary Notre-Dame de Paris

(Christine and Elizabeth) In April 2019, a fire at the French cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris had people around the...

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The Emu War

(Lesley) Of all the wars in the 20th century, no loss was more frustrating than the military operation against the...

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An Extraordinary Medicine Called Theriac

(Kristin) Theriac was a medicine of legendary origins, multiple ingredients, and a reputation for efficacy that...

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Purgatory is Not the Medium Place

(Nathan) The landscape of the Christian afterlife has never been static, and over the last 2,000 years, the theology...

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Jessie Pope, (In)Famous Poet of World War One

(Elizabeth) One of the most famous poets of WWI is largely unknown today. In this episode, Elizabeth reviews the life...

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The Woman Who Signed the Declaration of Independence

(Lesley) The Declaration of Independence has many well-known men's names on it, especially that of John Hancock. But...

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King John and His Dogs

(Kristin) King John is often remembered as one of England’s most inept and disliked rulers. By the time he was forced...

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Harlem Renaissance Man: James Weldon Johnson

(Lucy) Diplomat and hymn-writer, Broadway lyricist, activist, and historian, James Weldon Johnson was an early...

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Henry II and Thomas Becket, Part II: Rivals

(Christine) Not all friendships are meant to last, but some go the extra mile and turn into bitter rivalries. Picking...

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Henry II and Thomas Becket, Part I: Friends

(Christine) Being King of England isn't an easy task, but Henry II was aided by his good friend, Thomas Becket,...

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The History of Grading

(Nathan) B-, 3.85, 16/20, upper second--modern methods of gauging a student's performance in a class can vary widely...

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The End is Nigh! The Apocalypse in the Renaissance

(Lucy) At the dawn of the 1500s, Europe was enjoying more wealth than ever before. Consumption was conspicuous,...

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American Indian Prisoners of War ?

(Elizabeth) Wars between British colonizers and American Indians were a constant part of life in Colonial America. In...

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Mao and His Mango

(Lesley) In 1968, an act of diplomacy between the Government of Pakistan and China’s Chairman Mao set off a series of...

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Potosí: The Silver Mine that Changed the World

(Nathan) In 1545, a new Spanish mining town was founded in the Andes mountains of modern-day Bolivia, and for next...

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King Henry I of England and the White Ship

(Christine) In 1120, just when King Henry I of England thought he had achieved a much-needed peace, tragedy struck....

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History for Halloween V

(Christine, Lucy, Elizabeth) It's that time of year again! Hauntings, mayhem, and spooky happenings abound and we are...

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