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Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley created two of the most enduring characters in literary history with her 1818 work Frankenstein; or The Modern Prometheus. What is it about the story of Victor Frankenstein and his grotesque creation that has stayed in the public consciousness for nearly two hundred years?

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley created two of the most enduring characters in literary history with her 1818 work Frankenstein; or The Modern Prometheus. What is it about the story of Victor Frankenstein and his grotesque creation that has stayed in the public consciousness for nearly two hundred years?

Compulsory well-being: An interview with Will Davies « Mind Hacks

Compulsory well-being: An interview with Will Davies « Mind Hacks

join Averill, Marissa and Sarah as they talk about Mary Shelley, her monstrous book, and what it has meant to readers across the centuries.

join Averill, Marissa and Sarah as they talk about Mary Shelley, her monstrous book, and what it has meant to readers across the centuries.

Women, war, and bananas. Join The History Buffs Podcast as we discuss the global market in bananas, protest, Marxism, and activist Rigoberta Menchu

Women, war, and bananas. Join The History Buffs Podcast as we discuss the global market in bananas, protest, Marxism, and activist Rigoberta Menchu

Vintage Image of the "We can do it!" Rosie the Riveter Poster

Vintage Image of the "We can do it!" Rosie the Riveter Poster

In 1987, a historian of modern China wrote a book that was way outside of his field – a historiographical work about the classical world, which argued that argued a racist and imperialist Europe had written Egyptian and Phoenician origins out of Greek history — essentially whitewashing the African roots of Western civilization. The book caused a firestorm within the field of Classics, launching a series of rebuttals and re-rebuttals. Today’s episode is about the thesis that Bernal posed in…

In 1987, a historian of modern China wrote a book that was way outside of his field – a historiographical work about the classical world, which argued that argued a racist and imperialist Europe had written Egyptian and Phoenician origins out of Greek history — essentially whitewashing the African roots of Western civilization. The book caused a firestorm within the field of Classics, launching a series of rebuttals and re-rebuttals. Today’s episode is about the thesis that Bernal posed in…

An important historical question: were the people transported during the Atlantic Slave Trade immigrants? This got us thinking about forced migrations. In this episode, the History Buffs podcast talk about two particularly powerful examples of forced migration: the Atlantic Slave Trade, and Indian Removal. Also, a chat at the end about the work we do as podcasters and historians. American history, immigration, migration, slavery, Indian, native american, Ben Carson

An important historical question: were the people transported during the Atlantic Slave Trade immigrants? This got us thinking about forced migrations. In this episode, the History Buffs podcast talk about two particularly powerful examples of forced migration: the Atlantic Slave Trade, and Indian Removal. Also, a chat at the end about the work we do as podcasters and historians. American history, immigration, migration, slavery, Indian, native american, Ben Carson

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Crossdressing_circa_1890_Frances_Benjamin_Johnston_(right)

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