Then Again

S1E52 - The Blues with Dr. Ben Wynne

Episode

Historian, author, and professor Dr. Ben Wynne discusses the Blues in the American South with Glen during this virtual interview.

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S1E51 - Historic Sites

Glen and Marie share their favorite historic sites in the US

Episode Notes

Glen and Marie share their favorite historic sites from a family mill in Oregon to battlefields of old.

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S1E50 - Studying Abroad at Oxford

one American history student's experience

Episode Notes

Glen and Marie discuss their experiences as historians studying and vacationing abroad. In this episode, Marie and Glen recall their time in England and Oxford, the historic sites, the American experience in England, and the differences in education abroad.

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S1E49 - Civil War Reenactment

What's the difference between reenactment and living history?

Episode Notes

In this episode, Glen discusses Civil War reenactment with our new Director of Education Marie Walker! What is reenactment? How is it different than living history? What's it like to be a female reenactor? Find out in this episode!

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S1E48 - The Plague: What did they do about it?

Episode Notes

How did Medieval people affected by the Plague react to this pandemic? Ken and Glen explore how people understood the spread of disease and how they attempted to stop it.

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S1E47 - Infection! From the Plague to Today

Episode Notes

In this episode, Ken and Glen give some perspective on how populations have responded to the spread of disease from the Plague to the Spanish Flu to today's concerns with COVID19.

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S1E46 - The "Spirit" of Suffrage

How Spiritualism Helped the Suffrage Movement

Episode Notes

Special Guest Lesley Jones explores the ties between Spiritualism and the Suffrage Movement in the late 19th and early 20th century.

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S1E45 - The Normans! Part 3

Episode Notes

From sea to Norman Sea – well, maybe that’s a bit of an overstatement, but from the late 11th century through the end of the 12th century you could find Norman culture from the North Sea to the eastern end of the Mediterranean. In this episode, Ken and Glen discuss how after a century and a half of expansion starting in 911, the Normans assimilated into conquered regions – and how their actions resonate to the present.

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S1E44 - The Normans! Part 2

Episode Notes

So, William of Normandy, you’ve conquered England – now what? Well first, add “The Conqueror” to your name, then find a way to rule what you’ve conquered – spoiler, it’s harder to do. In this episode, Ken and Glen discuss how the Normans managed to get on with the business of running a kingdom by relying on Anglo Saxon bureaucracy.

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S1E43 - The Normans! Part 1

Episode Notes

Who are they?! Raiders from the North Land. Where are they from?! The North Land. What do they want?! Your Land. In this episode, Ken and Glen discuss the rise of the phenomenally successful Scandinavian raiders from the North Sea who carried their name to Normandy, England, Ireland, Italy, Sicily, and the Middle East.

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