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History That Doesn't Suck Presents: Office Hours with Prof. Greg Jackson

Jun 17, 2019

Greg, Josh, and Cielle are considering some new directions for the show. Give it a listen...


Jun 3, 2019

Greg, Josh, and Cielle hash out the international slave trade … in a time when it’s not suppose to exist. La Amistad provides a perfect, horrific example of the illegal transatlantic slave’s continued existence after 1808 and the challenges the 19th-century United States faced as slavery became an increasingly...


May 20, 2019

Scott Rank (Ph.D., history) hosts the wildly popular, brilliant podcast, “History Unplugged,” and today, he joins Greg to discuss a subject we never quite worked into History That Doesn’t Suck: nineteenth-century America’s utopian communities! These are groups that came out to the United States (often to its...


May 6, 2019

Greg, Josh, and Cielle go bird’s eye view on the whole of the war. They talk different theaters, commanders, and Greg suggests that the Mexican-American War makes more sense when it’s considered alongside European empires of the day.


Apr 22, 2019

Daniel Gullotta has more degrees than we have space in which to write, so we’ll just jump to his current undertaking: a PhD in Religious history at Stanford. Of course, with that background, maybe Greg should’ve anticipated that their discussion on the Age of Jackson would take a fascinating turn toward the Divine!...