The Podcast for Eager Historians and Creative Students.
Episode 6: Dalton Liggett
Dalton Liggett, current HSA President, discusses the relationships between gay identity, performances (and non-performances) of masculinity, and experiences of violence amongst gay men in the inter-war period.
Episode 5: Jeffrey Rowe
Jeffrey Rowe, a McGill Masters Student, discusses how spiritualism fit into the Canadian imagination and how the elusive issues of fraudulence work towards legislator’s enforcement of Canada’s witchcraft throughout the twentieth century.
Episode 4: Robin Vochelet
Robin Vochelet, a fourth year McGill undergraduate student, describes his research on the development of post-independence Singapore, covering the “Mother Tongue Policy” and the controversial theory of “Asian Values.”
Episode 3: Mike Davis
Dr. Mike Davis, a recent McGill PhD graduate, discusses past Governor of Louisiana, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville, and his engagement in ritual tattooing.
Episode 2: Lauren Parison
Lauren Parison, a first year graduate student, discusses her research on the relationships between the Muslim, Christian, and Jewish citizens of al-Andalus, emphasizing female and familial relations within such topic.
Episode 1: Felicity Brassard
Felicity Brassard, a McGill student majoring in East Asian studies and creator of the podcast “Time Crunch History”, explains her journey of understanding master narratives throughout history.