Then Again

S1E62 - The Challenges of Alzheimer's Disease During a Pandemic

Episode Notes

In this episode, we share one of our oral history interviews with Kim Franklin from the Georgia Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association. Kim discusses the unique challenges that caregivers and those with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia face during the COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more about the Alzheimer's Association, visit www.alz.org.

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S1E61 - The Georgia Gold Miner

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Glen discusses the techniques, experiences, and misconceptions of the Georgia Gold Rush with Dr. Bryan Sorohan of Brenau University.

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S1E60 - Alfred Hitchcock's Art of Suspense

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Special guest and movie buff Matt House discusses the techniques and methodology of Alfred Hitchcock's thrillers just in time for Halloween!

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S1E59 - Appalachian Culture

with Dr. Barry Whittemore

Episode Notes

Appalachian Historian Dr. Barry Whittemore joins Glen for a fascinating conversation about the origins of Appalachian culture.

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S1E58 - Civil War Medicine

Episode Note

In this episode, Glen and Marie discuss the advances in medicine and nursing during the Civil War.

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S1E57 - How Rail Changed Victorian Era England

with historian Sara Snyder

Episode Notes

Libba Beaucham interviews historian Sara Snyder on the ways in which rail systems changed Victorian era England. The rail station was a unique place in which people of different classes were brought together. Learn how these classes perceived each other, how rail changed over time, and what we can learn from the buildings, blueprints, and other sources of material culture.

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S1E56 - The Man Who Punched Jefferson Davis

the life of antebellum politician Henry Stuart Foote

Episode Notes

Glen and Dr. Ben Wynne explore the life of antebellum politician Henry Foote, the fascinating subject of Dr. Wynne's new book The Man Who Punched Jefferson Davis.

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S1E55 - The Origins of American Exceptionalism

with historian Dr. Anne Tucker

Episode Notes

Historian and professor Dr. Anne Tucker joins Glen in a discussion about the origins of American Exceptionalism -- just how exceptional are the ideas that founded the United States? Dr. Tucker brings her vast knowledge of the American South and international perspectives of American history in this fascinating episode!

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S1E54 - What We Misunderstand About Medieval Folks (Part 2)

the myths that make historians mad

Episode Notes

Medieval historian Dr. Thomas Greene joins us again for Part 2 of our series on the Medieval period. Glen and Dr. Greene dive into the top myths about Medieval life, how it is portrayed in pop culture, and more!

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S1E53 - What We Misunderstand About Medieval Folks (Part 1)

The Plague

Episode Notes

Medieval people were all dirty, stupid, and superstitious, right? Nope! Join Glen and Medieval historian Dr. Thomas Greene as they discuss what Medieval folks were really like and the connections between their experiences and ours. This is part 1 of 2 and covers the Plague.

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