Below are the most recent episodes of Working Historians, the new name for the feed that includes our Filibustering History and History Soundbites podcast series.
Roya Rostamian - Adjunct Instructor, SNHU, and President, Metro Geotechnical LLC
Roya Rostamian is an adjunct instructor in the history and general education departments at Southern New Hampshire University and is the owner of Metro Geotechnical, LLC, in Atlanta, Georgia. In this episode we discuss Roya’s path from Iran to the United States (and her path from engineering to history), her study of international terrorism, and self-publishing books on Amazon.
Julie Mujic - Owner, Paramount Historical Consulting
Jason Engle - Historian
Dr. Julie Mujic is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Dennison University and the owner of Paramount Historical Consulting, LLC. Dr. Jason Engle is an adjunct instructor for Southern New Hampshire University. In this episode, Julie and Jason talk to Rob about their backgrounds, alternative careers for historians, and developing an exhibit for the Columbus Historical Society on “’We Shall Remember Them’: How Columbus Remembered the Great War" (open August 30, 2018 through April 30, 2019, https://www.columbushistory.org/wwi/).
Jason Larson - Religion and Philosophy Teacher, Hotchkiss School
Dr. Jason Larson is an Instructor in Philosophy and Religion at the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut and an adjunct instructor at Southern New Hampshire University. Today we will discuss Dr. Larson’s academic and professional background and his experiences teaching at a private boarding school.
Brian Cervantez discusses Amon Carter: A Lone Star Life
Dr. Brian Cervantez is Associate Professor at Tarrant County College in Texas, where he specializes in the history of the American South. Today he discusses the subject of his forthcoming book, Amon Carter: A Lone Star Life, to be released in 2019 by the University of Oklahoma Press. For more information, visit the publisher’s website: https://www.oupress.com/books/15070738/amon-carter