During these increasingly troubled times, the Atlantic Studies Podcasts of Note blog continues to offers numerous listens for the persistently engaged academic.
These episodes focus on Atlantic Studies through attention upon sexism in diverse times, emancipation, political theory, and cartography.
As well, look below to the Remembrance of Past Podcasts section for a broad edition of some interest to Atlantic scholars.
Keep your distance.
Wash your hands.
Do not normalize higher death rates.
Atlantic Studies Podcasts of Note:
1) New Books Network – The Woman as Slave in Nineteenth-Century American Social Movements – Ana Stevenson
2) New Books Network – Troubling Freedom: Antigua and the Aftermath of British Emancipation – Natasha Lightfoot
3) Lectures in Intellectual History – Interview with Joanne Paul – Council and Command in Early Modern English Thought
4) Dig Podcast – Recogimiento: Virginity, Enclosure, and Female Virtue in Colonial Latin America
5) New Books Network – The Cartographic Capital: Mapping Third Republic Paris – Kory Olson
This Day in History Class:
5/14/1878 – Last Witchcraft Trial in US
Remembrance of Past Podcasts:
For a broader overview of the historical roots of contemporary politics for much of the Atlantic World, New Books Network also posted an episode from Richard Haass on The World: A Brief Introduction.