Then Again

E72 Slavery in Colonial Latin America

Episode Notes

In today's episode, Dr. Alexander Wisnoski from the University of North Georgia discusses the differences between colonial era slavery in the early United States and that of Latin American colonies.

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E71 The Golden Age of Pirates

Episode Notes

Ahoy, mateys! We've brought Dr. Jeff Pardue back in to enlighten us about the Golden Age of Piracy, and to try and separate the fact from the fiction. (Hopefully, this will whet your appetite for our upcoming Virtual Family Day on Pirates!)

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E70 The Geological History of Appalachia

Episode Notes

Professor of Geology Jim Buecheler from Northern Virginia Community College takes us on a geological journey of how the Appalachian mountains were formed over millions of years. Learn the effects of continental collisions, mountain formations, and more in this ROCKIN' episode!

Check out Jim's Twitch stream at www.twitch.tv/geojim2006 to learn even more!

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E69 Why the Victorians Loved Ghosts

Episode Notes

The belief in ghosts was widespread during the Victorian era. Glen discusses how this belief shaped Western Victorian era life and spiritualism with Dr. Phillip Guerty from the University of North Georgia.

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E68 The Little-Known Impact of John Quincy Adams

Episode Notes

Glen discusses the little-known yet highly influential impact of President, statesman, diplomat, and lawyer John Quincy Adams with Dr. Eugene Van Sickle, history professor and Assistant VP of Strategic Student Success Initiatives at the University of North Georgia.

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E67 The History Behind Appalachian Stereotypes

Episode Notes

Stereotypes of Appalachian people and culture have circulated media for years, but where do these stereotypes come from and why? Glen discusses how Appalachians have been "otherised" over the years with Dr. Barry Whittemore, Professor of Appalachian history at the University of North Georgia.

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E66 The Not So Sweet History Behind Sugar

Episode Notes

In this episode, Glen discusses the history of the sugar trade with Dr. Jeff Pardue, Professor of History and the Department Head for History, Anthropology and Philosophy at the University of North Georgia.

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E65 How Early Military Aviation Changed War Tactics

Episode Notes

Only ten years after the Wright Brothers' famous flight, military aviation took flight in World War I forever changing the tactics employed in war. Glen discusses the development of German aviation during World War I with Dr. Richard Byers, professor of European History at the University of North Georgia Dahlonega.

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E64 Rising Stars: Janie Waddell

and her journey into country music

Episode Notes

Marie interviews country singer songwriter Janie Waddell about her experience as a rising artist in a genre of music with a long history. Janie performs her new song Push a Button for us at the end of this episode! Learn more about Janie Waddell at www.janiewaddell.com.

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E63 The Challenges of Seniors During the COVID-19 Pandemic

with Dana Chapman

Episode Notes

In this oral history interview, Dana Chapman describes the experiences and challenges of seniors and non-profits in Hall County, Georgia during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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