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American Social History Project Podcast

The American Social History Project Podcast features lectures, interviews, and conversations exploring social history topics with renowned scholars. The talks from ASHP’s public events and programs for educators started in 2009 and continue to the present. These audio and video resources offer historiographic overviews, new research, and pedagogical approaches for American history and culture. Several themes are strongly represented in the collection including the Visual Culture of the Civil War, U.S. Immigration history, and Latino/a history. You can filter the Podcasts by subject. Listen to individual episodes online, or subscribe in the iTunes Store. The direct link to our podcast feed is http://ashp.cuny.edu/podcast.xml. (Depending on your settings, you may be able to follow this link or may instead need to paste it into your podcast app/service.)
Published August 24, 2017
Gregory Downs, UC Davis CUNY Graduate Center, July 19, 2016

Gregory Down provides historical context for viewing U.S. slavery in a global context and presents the complexities of reconstruction efforts to create a unified United States after the Civil WarRead full description

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Published August 22, 2017
Megan Kate Nelson, Author of Ruin Nation: Destruction and the American Civil War CUNY Graduate Center, July 15, 2016

In this talk, Megan Kate Nelson discusses the proliferation of photographs that focus on ruins and war-torn bodies in 1864/1865, at the end of the civil war.Read full description

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Published August 22, 2017
Maurie Mcinnis, University of Virginia CUNY Graduate Center, July 12, 2016

In this presentation, Maurie Mcinnis discusses the development of anti-slavery art in England and walks through American anti/pro-slavery imagery.Read full description

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Published August 17, 2017
Kirk Savage, University of Pittsburgh CUNY Graduate Center, July 20, 2016

In this highly relevant presentation, Kirk Savage speaks on the legacy of the Civil War and its continued impact on shaping American identity.Read full description

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Published July 12, 2017
Gregory Downs, UC Davis The Graduate Center, CUNY July 12, 2016

In this talk, Gregory Downs discusses the development of slavery and anti-slavery in the United States.Read full description

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Published July 12, 2017
Gregory Downs, UC Davis The Graduate Center, CUNY July 15, 2016

In this talk, Gregory Downs presents the complexities of early Reconstruction in the post-bellum United States.Read full description

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Published July 12, 2017
Ari Kelman, Penn State The Graduate Center, CUNY July 18, 2016

In this presentation, Ari Kelman examines the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre in Colorado and the controversial opening of The Sand Creek Memorial in 2007.Read full description

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Published July 12, 2017
Joshua Brown, ASHP The Graduate Center, CUNY July 20, 2016

In this presentation, Joshua Brown delves into how Gilded Age newspapers portrayed current events.Read full description

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Published April 19, 2017

In this presentation, John Nieto-Phillips provides an overview of the ways that Latinos and Latinas figure into global Hispanism, or Hispanidad. Read full description

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Published December 21, 2016

In this panel discussion moderated by Cynthia Tobar, activists and organizers discuss campus-based movements across CUNY that resisted city and state cutbacks.Read full description

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