Filibustering History podcast: Episode 23: Everett Dague - Command Historian, U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy

Dr. Everett Dague is the Command Historian for the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy at Fort Bliss, Texas. In this episode, James and Rob talk to Everett about his academic and professional background, the importance of the USASMA to the modern Army, and a bit on the history of non-commissioned officers in the modern military.

Episode 25 of Alabama History Podcast now available

The Alabama History Podcast began in 2012 as an occasional vehicle to showcase scholars and local history activists who won Alabama Historical Association awards.  It added interviews with incoming AHA presidents, and in late 2016 expanded to add people doing interesting things in the field of Alabama history.  Episode 25 is available now.  Dale Cox, author and local historian, talks about how the First Creek War morphed into the First Seminole War, with serious consequences for south Alabama.  He also discusses his projects, (a very active blog) and, a

Words To That Effect Ep14: Weird Fiction & H.P. Lovecraft

Season 2 of the literature and culture podcast, Words To That Effect, launches today with an exploration of weird fiction and the work of HP Lovecraft. I interview Dr Tim Jarvis, of the University of Bedfordshire, and we discuss everything from cuddly Cthulhu toys and internet memes, to Lovecraft's lasting legacy, to the most groundbreaking weird fiction being written today.

Medical Workforce Diversity and the Professional Entry Tax: Bogdan-Lovis and Kelly-Blake - Ep 6


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This episode features Libby Bogdan-Lovis, Assistant Director of the Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences, and Dr. Karen Kelly-Blake, Assistant Professor in the Center for Ethics and the Department of Medicine at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. As leaders of a multi-institutional research team, they were interested in examining strategies and associated rationales for expanding underrepresented minority presence in U.S. undergraduate medical education.


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