Tag Archives: podcasts

What We’re Reading: March 21, 2013

Today’s What We’re Reading features a defense of higher education from Gene Block, an experiment with open review from the National Council on Public History blog, a March Madness bracket tailored especially for history buffs, and more….

History Podcasts, Take 4

Since 2008 we’ve been noting history podcasts online. Today we revisit a few we’ve mentioned in the past and add in some new podcasts we’ve come across. What history podcasts do you listen to? Let us know in the comment section below. Article By: Elisabeth Grant

What We’re Reading: October 15, 2009 Edition

Three articles start off What We’re Reading this week. First, the Chronicle examines history of science professor Robert N. Proctor’s fight to keep his unpublished manuscript private. Then, Wired critiques Google’s Usenet Archive, and Google responds. And finally, the Wall Street Journal takes a look at Norman Rockwell’s paintings of the “four essential freedoms.” From the blogosphere, Laura Wimberley at ACRLog looks at budget cuts in higher ed while the GeneologyBlog worries about Indiana’s State Archives. Meanwhile, from the opinion columns, we bring you thoughts on Walmart and the Wilderness Battlefield, as well as one take on Tarentino’s Inglourious Basterds. Finally, this post rounds out with ten history podcasts you might want to check out. Article By: David Darlington, Elisabeth Grant, Vernon Horn, Jessica Pritchard, and Robert B. Townsend
October 15, 2009