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History through Pop Culture The term primary source unlocks memories from social studies class, going over things like old newspapers, letters, and diary entries. But a primary source is simply any item that comes from a time period, making movies, tv shows, books, music, toys, games, people, places…EVERYTHING documents of the past. Join me and my guests as we break down these pop culture artifacts to see what history can be forged from them. Find out more at everything-history.com
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Exploring the uses of primary sources in K-12 libraries and classrooms. We'll dig into resources and teaching strategies as well as talk to educators who are utilizing primary sources and others who curate these incredible items and use them in their work.
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This podcast was developed as part of an elementary-level Clark County School District Teaching American History Grant. The three-year grant will fund six modules per year with each module focusing on a different era of American history and a different pedagogical theme. This podcast focuses on the American Revolution and Primary Source Documents in Elementary Schools. Participants in the grant are third, fourth, and fifth grade teachers in Clark County (the greater Las Vegas area), Nevada. ...
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Primary Sources is a podcast focused on New Testament research for learners who dive into the details and don’t skip the footnotes. Hosted by Dr. Lynn Cohick and Dr. Paul Sloan, professors of New Testament and Christian Theology at Houston Christian University and our seminary, Houston Theological Seminary.
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American history preserved through the use of Primary sources, Black History, African American History~ The african experience; Shared by the legends themselves, their descendants, loved ones, genealogist and scholars. Presented by The Gist of Freedom
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This is a special bonus episode of the Everything is a Primary Source Podcast, the show where popular culture is looked at to learn about history. Eric Paul. We’re celebrating Independence Day with a pair of interviews with some young historians that were recorded last year at Exeter New Hampshire’s Independence Day festivities at the American Inde…
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Summer Bonus Episode Just in time for Canada Day, which celebrates the 1867 merging of the different parts of Canada into one confederation, here's my conversation with Michele, an experiential educator from the Maritime Provinces. She and I met at the Association for Experiential Education conference this Spring and had a wonderful conversation co…
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Lynn and Paul talk with Amy Peeler about her book, Women and the Gender of God. This ground-breaker work analyzes the role of Mary the mother of Jesus in the theology of the church. We discuss her arguments for retaining masculine language for God in Scripture, such as Father and Son, while also asserting that God is not male or masculine.…
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Lynn and Paul review ideas of atonement with the world renown Hebrews scholar, David M. Moffitt. The conversation revolves around his new book, * Rethinking Atonement, includes discussions on ancient practices of sacrifice, and how notions of sacrifice pertain to a greater understanding of the atonement. Dr. Moffitt explains how the resurrection an…
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S3E34: "Lucky to Be There" Season Finale What a way to cap off season 3 of the Everything is a Primary Source podcast; it was an absolute honor and pleasure to speak with storied 60s photographer Rowland Scherman and his friend, Michael E Jones, two makers and stewards of historical documents. This podcast is a bit different from most EPS episodes …
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Lynn and Paul explore the theological and historical debates surrounding Paul’s letter to the Galatians. Dr. Nijay Gupta recently published a book on Galatians in the New Word Biblical Themes series, a new series developed by Zondervan Academic, with Dr. Gupta as the series editor. This follows Dr. Gupta’s commentary on Galatians in the Story of Go…
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Today we’re headed to the public library where, after 1994, you could borrow a copy of both Forrest Gump the novel and Forrest Gump the movie. Plenty of people, including my first guest, did not realize that the 1994 Robert Zemeckis film began life as a book by celebrated writer Winston Groom, published in 1986. That’s a tendency credited to the po…
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S3E32: "The Flowers are Still Standing!" Today’s episode has us going back forty years to talk about one of the first–and one of the biggest—blockbuster movies of its era, 1984’s Ghostbusters. I spoke with Michael, a native New Yorker who now lives and teaches in Minnesota, and we chatted about some of the analytical questions needed to define Ghos…
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S3E31: "At Large" 2004 fits into a rather brief era when documentary films were marketed on the same level as other theater-bound movies. It is also a time period where more and more people were becoming acutely aware of counting calories and organic choices at the grocery store. This was a perfect recipe for "Super Size Me," Morgan Spurlock's hand…
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S3E30: "Dawning of a New Era" Twenty years ago saw the Internet evolving in ways unimagined just a few years before. Mike, a fellow teacher, joins the EPS Podcast to dissect Eve Online, the first massively multiplayer online role-playing game, which could be the best example of the radical changes taking place at the time on the World Wide Web.…
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S3E29: "Not as a 'Was', but an 'Is'" This episode touches on the Civil War’s presence in American popular culture by way of two artifacts-- Ulysses S. Grant’s memoirs, published in 1885, and the National Civil War Wax Museum which opened in Gettysburg Pennsylvania in April 1962—with a pair of interviews that were recorded on the same day last summe…
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S3E28: "Ship of Dreams" This episode reaches across the 20th century, connecting 1912 to 1997 through Titanic; the ship itself and its Edwardian-era disaster, as well as the 1997 blockbuster film about it that was such a huge success. I spoke with Gena Oppenheim, the Senior Education Fellow for the Hamilton Education Program at the Gilder Lehrman I…
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The Everything is a Primary Source Project is a collaborative, open-source digital archive of oral history based on reactions and relationships to popular culture. Each entry into the archive begins with a conversation recorded during one of our Your History Through Pop Culture exhibits, also known as “podcast karaoke.” These are held at a variety …
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Welcome to the Everything is a Primary Source Podcast, where we use popular culture to learn about history. It was this week in 1917 that the United States entered World War I, so what better time than now to dissect the song that is forever attached to America’s involvement in the Great War, George M. Cohan's "Over There." Everything is a Primary …
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S3E26: "Bringing Home the Bacon" Today’s episode starts about bacon and eggs but ends up a conversation about industry and infrastructure. You’ll have to listen to see how it gets there. I was so glad to be joined by two fellow social studies teachers-turned-podcasters, Phil and Phil of Canajoharie High School in New York, co hosts of the Missing C…
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S3E23: "These Go to 11" Deremy joins the show again, but this time with his Pop Culture Five podcast cohost, Thomas. Thomas has another show, SNL Hall of Fame, and I couldn't think of a better pair of guys to help break down the 1984 Rockumentary/Mockumentary "This is Spinal Tap."
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S3E22: "A Great Migration of Culture" My drop-in guest, Gloria wished to talk about music related to the Great Migration of the 20th century, and we did, but we also found ourselves covering a great many other topics related to the mass movement of African Americans from the Southeast to points North and West between 1910 and 1970.…
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S3E21: "Heal the World" CeCe from History Co:Lab and their Ambie Award-nominated podcast, UnTextBooked stopped by to talk about "We Are the World" the 1985 fundraising single organized by Harry Belafonte, Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie to respond to the devastating famine affecting millions in Ethiopia in the time period. What can …
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S3E19: "Usher-ing in a New Era" Katarina, a fellow social studies educator with whom I spoke in her home city of Nashville, Tennessee this past fall, chose to talk about Usher’s 2004 hit with Ludacris and Lil John, “Yeah,” when she stopped by my booth, and see what it can tell us about the time period. Perfect timing because I’m releasing this epis…
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S3E17: "When Dookie Hit the Fans" My guest for this episode, New England punk rocker Dave Strong, points to Green Day's Dookie as a touchstone record as it opened up a new world of music for him. Add me and countless others to the list of teenagers of the time period who changed direction in musical tastes thanks to Green Day showing up in the main…
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S3E16: "Not Worrying, 1964 Edition" I met JF at Strawbery Banke Museum this past summer and he was more than happy to use 1964's "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb" as a jumping off point to discuss the Cold War, historiography and how the world has taken shape over the last 60 years.…
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S3E13: "A Charlie Brown Die Hard Hook Christmas" This episode is comprised of three interviews held over the course of three different podcast karaoke events. Segment 1: Noella and I talk "A Charlie Brown Christmas" (1965) at the NCSS Conference in Nashville Segment 2: Adam settles the "Die Hard" (1988) debate at the NHCSS Conference in Concord, NH…
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S3E12: "Hail to the Chiefs" Analyzing pop culture artifacts connected to presidents as documents of their respective time periods First segment: Jade discusses the 1905 Treaty of Portsmouth and its legacy Segment two: Dr. Stephen Carney on JFK's funeral and its pop culture impact Final segment: Allison and I use George and Martha Washington salt an…
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Speaking with fellow Social Science Educators during the NCSS Conference in Nashville has been an absolute pleasure. As the National Council for the Social Studies states, this is the "Best of the Best." The full conversations recorded this weekend will appear as part of episodes over the next few weeks and months.…
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S3E11: "Parks and Education" On this Giving Tuesday I present to you conversations with and/or about three non-profits in the Seacoast of NH region. Prescott Park Arts Festival American Independence Museum The Moffatt-Ladd House Museum Enjoy the dialogue, and consider supporting these or similar organizations near you.…
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This episode is made up of podcast karaoke segments about pop music Steve and I spoke about John Philip Sousa Nigh discussed the evolution of the Beach Boys Fred and I talked about rock n roll and the Civil Rights movement Musician Tom elaborated on how music drew him to Portsmouth, NH in the 1990s
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S3E6: "Doc's Appointment" Analyzing 1989's "Back to the Future Part II" as a primary source of the late 1980s with Dustin Regec of Recycled Architecture . Also, An interview with Professor Kevin of the SCA about Kinzua State Park in Western Pennsylvania
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S3E3: "Our Wrongs and Our Rights" Charles in Charge as a document of its era with Amy and Jay of The Sitcom Study Podcast. Plus A conversation with Andrew about his portrayal of Seymour in this summer's production of Little Shop of Horrors at Prescott Park in Portsmouth, NH
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