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Updates and Musings from Dr. Sam and Fans:
First Full-Video Lectures!
First Full-Video Lecture
A Survey of Western Architecture, part 1:
Antiquity & the Early Middle Ages
This is the first full-video lecture from Historiansplaining, available on YouTube below. With the help of our new producer, Dan Rogers, Dr. Sam can peel back the layers of time & place with the visual treatment needed for the very optic-oriented topic of Western Architecture, bringing a whole new facet to the catalogue of Historiansplaining. This installment was filmed Live with questions from Historiansplaining Patrons – Thanks to all who participated!
Part 2 is available as well…
Historiansplaining around the Internet:
Watch Dr. Sam’s Appearance on The Katie Halper Show
– A Year in Review
Katie and Sam look back on 2022, bringing a historical perspective to the year that was – from the tumult at Twitter and its echoes of the private-enterprise telegraphs of the 1800’s, to the government’s intervention into railroad-labor relations that continues a century-long pattern of dictating to railway workers what they must accept, to the war in Ukraine, the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and much more…
And explore the companion Historiansplaining episode:
“2022 in Historical Context – How Do You Like Your New Gilded Age?”
Interview of Dr. Sam:
Listen to the in-depth interview of Sam on the Shakespeare authorship controversy and the research done for the Myth of the the Month 10, The Shakespeare Authorship Controversy, and on creating Historiansplaining in general – released on the “Don’t Quill the Messenger” Podcast, hosted by Steven Sabel…
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