A ten-part series of lectures by renowned Irish historian Professor Michael Laffan on the Irish Revolution, which was a module taught by Professor Laffan in the School of History and Archives, University College Dublin from the late 1970's until his retirement in 2010. The series was recorded for History Hub.ie by Real Smart Media.
A chronological series that aims to cover the entire history of philosophy from the Presocratics to the present, and including the Islamic world, India, and China, produced and hosted by Peter Adamson, a professor of philosophy at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich and King's College London. A series of companion books are published by Oxford University Press.
A new podcast produced by the collaborative project "Global History of Sports in the Cold War," part of the Wilson Center's Cold War International History Project. Led by Robert Edelman (UC San Diego) and Robert Edelman (University of Cambridge), the research project has had conferences in Moscow and New York, and some of the participating scholars have contributed so far to the podcast. The host and producer of the podcast is Vince Hunt, who has been a producer and reporter for the BBC.
A podcast about human societies and the environment in the past, featuring interviews with people working in the field, reports on conferences and discussions abou thte use and methods of environmental history produced by K.Jan Oosthoek, an environmental historian and an Associate Member of the Centre for Environmental History at the Australian National University.
A podcast on the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, hosted by Scott Chesworth. The podcast has put out three series to date: The Ancient World, an overview of the ancient world from the first human civilization to 500BC; Rediscovery, about the rediscovery of ancient civilizations in the modern era; and Bloodline, about the bloodline of Marc Antony and Cleopatra.