Lander University Department of History and Philosophy Podcast
Lillian Strawn on Rosie the Riveter

Lillian Strawn on Rosie the Riveter

September 26, 2022

In this podcast created for HIST 380, Lillian Strawn discusses Norman Rockwell's version of Rosie the Riveter.

Chloe Kirby on the Role of Heinrich Himmler in the Third Reich

Chloe Kirby on the Role of Heinrich Himmler in the Third Reich

September 25, 2022

In this podcast, Chloe Kirby and a special guest investigate the role of Heinrich Himmler in the Third Reich.

Houston Moore on Comics and Race during World War Two

Houston Moore on Comics and Race during World War Two

September 25, 2022

In a podcast prepared as part of HIST 380.Introduction to Public History, Houston Moore discusses Comics and Race during World War Two

Interview with Dr. Ramon Jackson Bonus Material

Interview with Dr. Ramon Jackson Bonus Material

September 18, 2022

Dr. Jackson and I continued our conversation after the interview was finished and he began to tell a story so fascinating that I had to interrupt him and ask if I could record it. Here it is!

Interview with Dr. Ramon Jackson of Newberry College

Interview with Dr. Ramon Jackson of Newberry College

September 18, 2022

For this episode I had the honor of interviewing Dr. Ramon Jackson of Newberry College, an assistant professor of history with extensive experience in public history, particularly relating to African American history in South Carolina.

Interview with PASS Leader Kaitlin Burgess

Interview with PASS Leader Kaitlin Burgess

September 6, 2022

For this episode I interview Kaitlin Burgess about how to succeed in HIST 121 and college in general.

Ashley Hampton’s work on the Green Book

Ashley Hampton’s work on the Green Book

August 30, 2022

In this episode, we interview Lander alumni Ms. Ashley Hampton regarding her work on Green Book Sites in South Carolina as part of an effort led by the South Carolina African American Heritage Commission under the direction of Dr. Ramon Jackson and with financial support from SHPO, SCAAHC, and the WeGOJA Foundation. More about the project can be found here. Pictured below is Carolyn Cole Green, daughter of restaurant owner of College Inn, Charles "Neil" Cole, a site that appeared in the Green Book.

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”Lander University” with David Mash and Lisa Wiecki

”Lander University” with David Mash and Lisa Wiecki

August 11, 2022

In this episode of the Lander University History and Philosophy podcast we discuss our own Jackson Library's David and Mash and Lisa Wiecki's new book "Lander University." Our two authors tell us about how they acted like to detectives to organize the materials in the Lander archives and library to create records which they then put formed into a narrative that served as the core of this exciting new book. Here is the Amazon link if you would like to order "Lander University": https://www.amazon.com/Lander-University-Campus-History-David/dp/1467107980.

The Battle of Leyte

The Battle of Leyte

June 13, 2022

This is a model podcast for HIST 380.Introduction to Public History using the 1944 Battle of Leyte (Philippines) as its subject. Please note that while the Battle of Leyte is an actual historical event, the "Woodgreen Museum" and the exhibit connected to it are made up as part of the class.

Intervew with New Teacher of the Year Gemma Perez

Intervew with New Teacher of the Year Gemma Perez

April 12, 2022

Congratulations to Ms. Gemma Perez for winning New Teacher of the Year at Greenwood High School. I interviewed her back in July just before she started the year there and now I'm checking in to see what she learned and what the secret of her success is.

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