In today's podcast meet Dale Kent who blazed a bright trail as an historian, and put her work and passions before family obligations, when such things were considered unconventional for women. In your feeds and on our website now:
“Murray, a blogger who describes himself as a historian and human rights activist...” It’s a small point, but credit to the Guardian for accurate description here.
“No one wants to see a tour bus in front of the house,” Shayne Watson, an architectural historian, said. “but Phyllis and Del affected so many lives, including my own, and I feel strongly that the house where they did it should stay in the community.”
Watch Fox News host Tucker Carlson call one of his guests a 'tiny brain...moron' during an interview. NowThis has obtained the full segment with historian Rutger Bregman that Fox News is refusing to air.
‘It feels like I’m at a firefighters conference and no one’s allowed to speak about water.’ — This historian wasn’t afraid to confront the billionaires at Davos about their greed
“History doesn’t really care about our feelings.” Historian@DavidOlusoga tells @jonsnowC4 why acknowledging the negative aspects of British history isn’t a threat to British culture, but is simply “history in action”.
“Change Hearts Not Stones. There is no end to historical purification.” Great historianDoug Wead
Doug Wead, a truly great presidential historian, had a wonderful take on a very beautiful moment in history, the funeral service today of President Bush. Doug was able to brilliantly cover some very important and interesting periods of time!
Actually, a great book by a great and highly respected historian, Doug Wead!
To a lawyer, the Mueller report describes multiple felonies by the president and some bad acts that might yet be proven to be crimes. To a historian, it describes the greatest betrayal of the United States since the Civil War, and the greatest by a president in our history.