Search Results for "podcasting"

  • Podcasting and the Profession

    May 1, 2008

    As symbolized by the AHA's own web site, historians have made admirable advances in utilizing computer and networking technologies. In one area, however, they are falling far short of technology's pot...

  • History on the Download: Podcasting the Past

    February 29, 2016

    The first time Stuff You Missed in History Class topped over 2 million downloads in a month, it was for a two-part segment on Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion. These days, the podcast, which is produced b...

  • Best History Blogging, Tweeting, and Podcasting: Winners of the 2011 Cliopatria Awards

    January 18, 2012

    The Cliopatria blog at HNN recognizes the best history blogging on the web through its annual Cliopatria Awards (given out since 2005). The 2011 awards were expanded beyond blogs to include the best history Twitter feed and podcast. Congratulations to all the winners, listed below. What are your favorite history blogs, Twitter feeds, and podcasts online? Let us know in the comments. Article By: Elisabeth Grant The post Best History Blogging,...

  • Audio for the Ages: A New Database Archives Podcasting Culture

    October 1, 2018

    The scholars behind PodcastRE work feverishly to make sure audio preservation is done right.

  • History Podcasts, Take 4

    February 23, 2011

    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 The post History Podcasts, Take 4 appeared first on American Historical Association.

  • History Teacher Creates Popular Podcasts

    February 6, 2007

    By day Lars Brownworth teaches American history at the Stonybrook School, but by night he creates podcasts for an audience of over 100,000. Brownworth’s podcasts, titled “12 Byzantine Rulers,” focus on Byzantium’s 1200-year history, from Diocletian in 284 to Constantine XI Palaeologus in 1453. The post History Teacher Creates Popular Podcasts appeared first on American Historical Association.

  • Podcasts from the Gilder Lehrman Institute

    August 19, 2009

    Fans of history podcasts should check out the web site of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History for a list of podcasts on American history subjects by famous historians. Article By: David Darlington The post Podcasts from the Gilder Lehrman Institute appeared first on American Historical Association.

  • Inside Ben Franklin’s World: An Interview with Podcaster Liz Covart

    April 18, 2016

    In February, Perspectives on History ran a story exploring the current boom in history podcasts, and found that podcasts allow historians to both disseminate their work to a wider audience and to develop professional connections with other academics. AHA Today recently spoke with Liz Covart, creator of Ben Franklin’s World, an interview-driven podcast focusing on current scholarship in early American history, about her experiences in the world of history podcasting. ...

  • Africa Past and Present Podcast – Q&A with Dr. Peter Alegi

    October 21, 2009

    This interview follows Monday's post on the Africa Past and Present podcast site. The following is an interview with Peter Alegi, the host. Article By: Jessica Pritchard The post Africa Past and Present Podcast – Q&A with Dr. Peter Alegi appeared first on American Historical Association.

  • History Podcasts, Take 2

    January 13, 2009

    With digital history growing exponentially, it seems new history podcasts are popping up nearly daily. Consequently, we’ve decided to run a supplementary article (to our earlier podcast post) to note other interesting podcasts you might enjoy. Article By: Jessica Pritchard The post History Podcasts, Take 2 appeared first on American Historical Association.