This is a great podcast. Blair does thorough research and asks excellent questions.
A podcast covering each episode of The Golden Girls television show from a scholarly perspective, incorporating feminist and gender studies, archetypal patterns, eldercare and healthcare concerns, and more.
Enough Wicker features academic papers, journal publications, and social science guest posts and TED talks on scholarly themes in The Golden Girls, as well as interviews with guest scholars such as Elliott Powell of University of Minnesota, Deborah Macey of University of Portland, and more.
Literate is a podcast that goes through The New York Public Library’s “Books of the Century” list from 1995. Each episode focuses on one book, exploring its history and author, and asking whether it really is one of the greatest books of the twentieth century.
The hosts, literary scholars Erica Lombard and Alicia Broggi, also invite two expert guests onto each episode—from translators to writers to academics to the founder of a book museum.
In 1792, the U.S. Congress authorized the creation of the consular service. Consuls were appointed to cities and towns all over the world in order to serve the interests of Americans who passed through those places. They were uniquely situated to comment on and involve themselves in the commercial, legal, political, and personal affairs of Americans living or traveling abroad. Consolation Prize is a podcast dedicated to telling the stories of these consuls, and connecting their stories to the wider world in which they lived.
"Sew What?" is a podcast about historic needlework and the gals who stitched it, hosted by historic needlework expert. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. New episodes out every Thursday.
This limited podcast series about American explorers was created by the students in HIST395: Topics in Digital History, in the spring of 2020 at George Mason University.
The Age of Jackson Podcast
A Podcast on Antebellum America (ca.1812 – ca.1845) hosted by Daniel N. Gullotta and sponsored by Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage.