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- 2771 - Charles Drew & Blood Banks
Dr. Charles Drew was once described as “one of the most constructively active figures in the medical profession.” His work as a key figure in the development of blood banking continues to impact lives today, long after his tragic death.Mon, 28 Nov 2022
- 2770 - SYMHC Classics: P.T. Barnum's Biggest Stars
This 2012 episode from previous hosts Sarah and Deblina covers some of the performers he worked with, including General Tom Thumb. Swedish singer Jenny Lind, and his biggest act, Jumbo the Elephant.
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- 2769 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Robert-Houdin's Legacy
Holly and Tracy talk about why Robert-Houdin has been lauded as the father of modern magic. They also discuss dangerous aspects of his work, and the lack of nuance in stories about his Algerian performances.
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- 2768 - Robert-Houdin, The Father of Modern Magic, Part 2Wed, 23 Nov 2022
- 2767 - Robert-Houdin, The Father of Modern Magic, Part 1
Robert-Houdin was the magician that Houdini named himself after, his story is hard to pin down, because even his own memoir is written to be entertaining, not accurate. Part one covers his early life, marriages, and beginnings in magic.Mon, 21 Nov 2022
- 2766 - SYMHC Classics: P.T. Barnum
This 2012 episode from prior hosts Sarah and Deblina covers P.T. Barnum the circus man, museum entrepreneur, and freak show runner. Barnum attracted people to his American Museum through shrewd advertising, and he wasn't afraid of a hoax.
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- 2765 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Mancinis and Tragedy
Tracy and Holly talk about how the Mancini sisters episode shifted focus as Tracy was researching it, and divorce not being an option in France during their lifetimes. They also talk about the inconsistent details of accounts of the Cocoanut Grove fire.
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- 2764 - The Cocoanut Grove Fire
The tragedy at Boston’s Cocoanut Grove in 1942 is still the deadliest nightclub fire in history. The cause of the fire is still unknown; in its wake, advancements were made in fire safety and medical treatments for burn victims.Wed, 16 Nov 2022
- 2763 - Hortense and Marie Mancini
Hortense and Marie Mancini tried to make a place for themselves in 17th-century Europe, defying all kinds of conventions along the way. Their lives were full of adventure and daring, but they were also both stuck in abusive marriages.Mon, 14 Nov 2022
- 2762 - SYMHC Classics: Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz
This 2019 episode covers a woman who was the Spanish empire's most widely published poet of her time. Her work has survived until today, but not her own thoughts about much of her life.
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- 2761 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Worms, Hikes and Tekahionwake
Tracy and Holly talk about animated shows, camping, and the items that didn't make it into the most recent Unearthed! episode. They then discuss the legacy of Pauline Johnson, and criticisms of her work that perceive it as inauthentic.
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- 2760 - E. Pauline Johnson, TekahionwakeWed, 09 Nov 2022
- 2759 - Unearthed! Autumn 2022, Part 2Mon, 07 Nov 2022
- 2758 - SYMHC Classics: Gunpowder Plot
This 2011 episode covers the discriminatory laws English Catholics faced under Queen Elizabeth I and King James I, which led a group of Catholics to attempt regicide. But the plot was discovered days before the event.
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- 2757 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Mansions and Coin Hoards
Holly and Tracy talk about the multiple homes called the Redpath Mansion and how that confuses the story in press sometimes. They also discuss the ebb and flow of the kinds of research projects that show up in Unearthed! episodes.
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- 2756 - Unearthed! Autumn 2022, Part 1Wed, 02 Nov 2022
- 2754 - Redpath MurdersMon, 31 Oct 2022
- 2753 - SYMHC Classics: History Mystery Double Feature
This 2015 episode features two troubling tales from the 1920s. First, newlyweds that vanished on what would have been a historic boating trip. Second, a family murdered by someone who may have been hiding in their house for weeks or months.
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- 2752 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Ouija, Ouija!
Holly and Tracy talk about the many products that have been made with licensed (and sometimes unlicensed) Ouija board imagery. They also discuss the scientific experiments covered in Wednesday's episode in greater detail.
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- 2751 - Spirit Boards and the Rise of the Ouija, Part 2
In addition to being the focus of corporate machinations, the Ouija board has also been invoked in many legal cases and has been featured in pop culture throughout the 20th century. But how does it work, psychologically speaking?Wed, 26 Oct 2022
- 2750 - Spirit Boards and the Rise of the Ouija, Part 1
The rise of the Ouija board in North America involves corporate intrigue, family betrayal, a lot of litigation, and very little spiritualism. Today’s episode covers how “talking boards” went from divination tool to big business.Mon, 24 Oct 2022
- 2749 - SYMHC Classics: Disappearance of Joseph Force CraterSat, 22 Oct 2022
- 2748 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Rose and Mamie
Holly and Tracy talk about the prediction of Houdini's death, and Rose Mackenberg's abundant bravado. They also discuss the long road the movie 'Till" took to get to the screen, and the film's careful handling of Mamie and Emmett's story.
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- 2747 - Interview: The Makers of 'Till'
The movie "Till" tells the story of Mamie Till-Mobley and her son Emmett. Actor Jalyn Hall and director Chinonye Chukwu talked with the podcast about the research and planning that went into bringing this important historical event to life.Wed, 19 Oct 2022
- 2746 - ‘The Rev’ Rose Mackenberg
Rose Mackenberg spent decades working to uncover fraud taking place in the name of Spiritualism, first working for Houdini, and then on her own. In her work, she said she received messages from 1,000 dead husbands that never existed.Mon, 17 Oct 2022
- 2745 - SYMHC Classics: Harry Houdini, Master Mystifier
This 2009 episode from previous hosts Katie and Sarah covers Harry Houdini, once known as the world's greatest magician. Houdini's reputation still resonates with modern fans of illusion and magic.
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- 2744 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Psychics and Serpents
Tracy and Holly discuss WWII submarine warfare as it related to Helen Duncan’s story. Tracy also shares her experience visiting the Mütter Museum when it was hosting an exhibit titled “Imperfecta.”
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- 2743 - Edward May's Strange Monster
In 1639, doctor Edward May published a 40-page text about a serpent he found in the heart of a 21-year-old man during a post-mortem examination. We don’t know exactly what it was, but there are plenty of theories.Wed, 12 Oct 2022
- 2742 - Helen Duncan, (Not) Scotland’s Last Witch
Helen Duncan is sometimes described as Scotland’s last witch, or the last person imprisoned for witchcraft in Britain, or the last person to be tried under the UK’s 1735 Witchcraft Act. None of those are quite accurate.Mon, 10 Oct 2022
- 2741 - SYMHC Classics: Matthew Hopkins
This 2019 episode covers England’s largest and deadliest set of witch trials. They were largely influenced by one man, Matthew Hopkins, who was known as the Witchfinder General.
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- 2740 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Robeson and Schrepfer
Tracy and Holly talk about how racism stripped Paul Robeson of his career, and Robeson’s support of the communist Soviet Union. They also discuss whether Schrepfer may have accidentally poisoned himself.
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- 2739 - The Necromancy of Joann Georg Schrepfer
Johann George Schrepfer’s life story is clouded by his embellished and falsified tales of his necromancy and spiritualism. And both his followers and detractors also gave biased and incorrect accounts of their interactions with him.Wed, 05 Oct 2022
- 2738 - Paul Robeson and the Peekskill Riots
The Peekskill Riots surrounded a concert by singer and activist Paul Robeson. His stances on political and civil rights issues and his communist affiliations catalyzed protests that were fueled with an undercurrent of racism and antisemitism.Mon, 03 Oct 2022
- 2737 - SYMHC Classics: The Hagley Woods Murder
This 2016 episode covers a skeleton found in a tree near Birmingham, England in 1943. More than 70 years later, it's still unknown who the deceased was and how the body ended up in an elm tree.
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- 2736 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Oh, Charles
Holly and Tracy discuss the difficult nature of Chapin's personality. They also talk about the ways that the rivalry between Pulitzer and Hearst played out, and the way one of Chapin's employees got quiet revenge.
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- 2735 - Charles Chapin’s Complicated Life, Part 2Wed, 28 Sep 2022
- 2734 - Charles Chapin’s Complicated Life, Part 1
Chapin built a life people envied, and had a great deal of power. His entire biography is full of noteworthy achievements and awards. As a newsman, he covered many of the key moments of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Mon, 26 Sep 2022
- 2733 - SYMHC Classics: General Slocum Disaster
This 2019 episode covers the burning of the P.S. General Slocum in the East River in New York on June 15, 1904. It had been chartered for a group outing that suddenly became a deadly maritime disaster.
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- 2732 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Eugene
Tracy and Holly talk about hunting for sources for Eugene Jacques Bullard's story, and his unpublished memoir. They also talk about wanting to return to Paris knowing Bullard's story.
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- 2731 - Eugene Jacques Bullard and the Paris Jazz Age (Pt. 2)
After World War I ended, Eugene Jacques Bullard returned to Paris. He worked as a jazz drummer and nightclub owner, and as the tensions that led to World War II loomed, as an intelligence agent for France.Wed, 21 Sep 2022
- 2730 - Eugene Jacques Bullard, Combat Pilot (Pt. 1)
Bullard is often described as the first Black American fighter pilot – which is true – but he also had a full and fascinating life beyond that. This episode covers his travels before WWI and his military career.Mon, 19 Sep 2022
- 2729 - SYMHC Classics: Jack Johnson
This 2012 episode from previous hosts Sarah and Deblina discusses how during Jack Johnson's time, the heavyweight championship was unofficially a whites-only title. Despite discrimination, Johnson became the first black heavyweight champion, but some questioned his legitimacy.
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- 2728 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Lavinia and Imogene
Holly and Tracy talk about the gossip surrounding two of Livinia Fontana Zappi's paintings. They also discuss the degree to which people ignored Imogene Rechtin's actual messaging about kissing when criticizing her campaign.
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- 2727 - Imogene Rechtin’s ‘Kiss Not’ CampaignWed, 14 Sep 2022
- 2726 - Lavinia Fontana Zappi
Lavinia Fontana was taught painting by her father, and became one of the earliest examples of a woman with an independent career in art that supported her family. She became very well-known for her portraits and her devotional art.Mon, 12 Sep 2022
- 2725 - SYMHC Classics: Polio, The Dread Disease
This 2011 episode from prior hosts Sarah and Deblina covers polio, a threat in the early 20th century that often left victims paralyzed or dead. Vaccines caused an immediate drop in polio cases and today have nearly eradicated the disease.
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- 2724 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Mold and Monarchs
Tracy and Holly talk about school science fairs and their performance in them. They then discuss the interesting aspect of Field of Cloth of Gold preparations that put people from England and France side by side as they worked.
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- 2723 - Field of Cloth of Gold
The Field of Cloth of Gold was a summit and celebration that was held to start what was hoped to be a long-term alliance between France and England. And it required a lot of fancy footwork to keep two monarchs appeased.Wed, 07 Sep 2022
- 2722 - Penicillin: More than a Moldy Petri DishMon, 05 Sep 2022
- 2721 - SYMHC Classics: Elizabeth Jennings Graham
The subject of this 2018 episode is sometimes called a 19th-century Rosa Parks. When Elizabeth boarded a Manhattan streetcar in 1854, a chain of events began which became an important to the civil rights of New York's Black citizens.
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- 2720 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Dishwashers and Desmond
Holly speculates about how one article about Josephine Cochrane got so many details wrong. Tracy then talks about the details of Canada's currency featuring Viola Desmond.
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- 2718 - Viola Desmond
Desmond was convicted after refusing to leave her seat in a segregated movie theater in Nova Scotia in 1946. But she also established the first beauty salon for Black women her area, and founded a beauty school for Black women.Wed, 31 Aug 2022
- 2717 - Invention of the Dishwasher
There is one woman in particular who normally gets the credit for inventing the dish washer. But there were other inventors trying to come up with ways to automatically take care of kitchen clean up both before and after Josephine Cochran.Mon, 29 Aug 2022
- 2716 - SYMHC Classics: Great London Smog
This 2014 episode covers why when the Great London Smog descended in December of 1952, nobody initially realized anything unusual was going on. At its largest, it extended 30 kilometers around London, and it killed thousands of people.
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- 2715 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Lowry and Midgley
Tracy and Holly discuss resources for learning more about the Lumbee and the unique nature of North Carolina's outdoor historical dramas. Additionally, they discuss lead, cartoonist Roz Chast, and Midgley's death.
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- 2714 - Thomas Midgley Jr.’s Deadly Inventions
Midgley was a deeply respected researcher and chemist who received multiple awards. He also developed both leaded gas and freon, two substances banned around the world now because they are very bad for the environment and public health.Wed, 24 Aug 2022
- 2713 - The Lowry War
The Lowry Gang fought back against Confederate authorities during the U.S. Civil War and during Reconstruction they came to be viewed as either Robin Hood-esque folk heroes or as dangerous murderers and thieves, depending on who you were asking.Mon, 22 Aug 2022
- 2711 - SYMHC Classics: Alice Hamilton and Occupational Medicine
This 2019 episode covers a trailblazer in science and medicine. Hamilton dedicated her life to improving the workplace standards for laborers in an effort to reduce illnesses that came from working with toxic chemicals.
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- 2710 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Butterflies and Photos
Holly and Tracy discuss the ways they encountered butterflies in their childhoods and how people can help conservation efforts at home. They also talk through some of the stories of Weegee's life that didn't make it into the episode.
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- 2709 - Weegee the Famous
Weegee is often cited as having been an influence on artists like Diane Arbus and Andy Warhol. He also influenced the world in how New York was viewed, because of his stark, black and white photos of the city.Wed, 17 Aug 2022
- 2708 - The Developing History of Monarch Butterflies
Monarch butterflies are still in the middle of their story – and it’s one that is precarious. Humans are still trying to figure out a lot about them, and aspects of the monarch story have been misrepresented over the years.Mon, 15 Aug 2022
- 2707 - SYMHC Classics: Giorgio Vasari
This 2018 episode covers an artist and architect from 16th-century Italy. But what really made him famous was his writing. He penned biographies of famous artists, but he wasn't very exacting about the details.
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- 2706 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Diesel and Ibn Khaldūn
Holly and Tracy talk about the gossipy nature of press coverage about men like Rudolph Diesel. The gap betweenIbn Khaldūn's life and the time when analysis of his work really began is also discussed.
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- 2705 - Ibn KhaldūnWed, 10 Aug 2022
- 2704 - The Life and Disappearance of Rudolf DieselMon, 08 Aug 2022
- 2703 - SYMHC Classics: Tamerlane and the Battle of Ankara
This 2011 episode from previous hosts Sarah and Deblina covers Timur the Lame (Tamerlane to Westerners) conquering areas from Persia to Russia throughout the late 1300s, and his last great battle in Ankara against Sultan Bayezid I.
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- 2702 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Blood Pressure and Zippers
Tracy and Holly talk about blood pressure and Diuril man. Holly then shares a story of how early fastener sales worked and how zippers have become specialized.
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- 2701 - Zippers!Wed, 03 Aug 2022
- 2700 - Hypertension: A HistoryMon, 01 Aug 2022
- 2699 - SYMHC Classics: Unearthed! USS Indianapolis
This 2017 episode covers the U.S.S. Indianapolis, known today for its crew's horrifying wait for rescue after being torpedoed following a secret mission at the end of World War II. But the ship's history goes back much farther than that.
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- 2698 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Gustave and Griswold
Holly and Tracy talk about Courbet's arrogance and some gossip about his life. They also discuss the legal loopholes that enable inanimate objects to be named as parties in court cases.
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- 2697 - Griswold v. Connecticut
Griswold v. Connecticut was the U.S. supreme court decision that overturned laws banning contraception – at least, for married couples. It wasn’t the first SCOTUS decision to mention the concept of privacy, but it was a major one.Wed, 27 Jul 2022
- 2696 - Gustave Courbet
Courbet was iconic even in his own lifetime. He flew in the face of artistic convention, turned down awards, and ushered in a new movement of Realism in France. He also became embroiled in the country’s political turmoil.Mon, 25 Jul 2022
- 2695 - SYMHC Classics: 5 Shipwreck Stories
This 2011 episode from previous hosts Sarah and Deblina covers the sinking of Black Sam's Wydah, the Medusa's disastrous accident off the African coast, and other historical shipwrecks.
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- 2694 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Unearthed! Wrap-up
Tracy and Holly discuss the ways that events in the real-world impact choices of what goes into the show. They also discuss the anonymous purchase of historically significant items, and library collection maintenance.
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- 2693 - Unearthed! in July 2022, Part 2Wed, 20 Jul 2022
- 2692 - Unearthed! in July 2022, Part 1Mon, 18 Jul 2022
- 2691 - SYMHC Classics: The Discovery of 'Planet' Ceres
This 2016 episode delves into the search for a planet lurking in the gap between Mars and Jupiter, resulting in the finding of Ceres. This object's story is one of scientific cattiness and our ever-evolving understanding of space.
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- 2690 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Busy Emily
Tracy and Holly talk about aspects of Emily Hobhouse's work that make them feel conflicted, as well as the most moving parts of her life story.
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- 2689 - Emily Hobhouse and the First World War, Pt. 2Wed, 13 Jul 2022
- 2688 - Emily Hobhouse and the Boer War, Pt. 1
Hobhouse was a pacifist and humanitarian all her life. Part one covers her work exposing terrible conditions at the concentration camps that Britain established in South Africa during the Anglo-Boer War.Mon, 11 Jul 2022
- 2687 - SYMHC Classics: The Cuyahoga River's Last Fires
This 2017 episode covers the Cuyahoga River catching fire for the last time in 1969. This event is often credited with helping pass the Clean Water Act and inspire the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency.
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- 2686 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Deborah and Bibb
Tracy and Holly discuss Deborah Sampson’s disguise as Robert Shurtlliff and women who were camp followers in the Revolutionary War. They also discuss Major Richard Bibb waiting until his death to emancipate his enslaved workforce.
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- 2685 - Lettuce, Slavery, and the Bibb LegacyWed, 06 Jul 2022
- 2684 - Deborah Sampson Gannett, aka Private Robert ShurtlliffMon, 04 Jul 2022
- 2683 - SYMHC Classics: Lucretia Mott
This episode revisits the studio version of our live show the 2018 Seneca Falls Convention Days at Women's Rights National Historical Park. Lucretia Mott was small of stature, but made a huge impact as an abolition and women's rights activist, guided by her deeply held Quaker beliefs.
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- 2682 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Laocoön and Lucy
Holly and Tracy talk about part of the Laocoön's story that didn't make it into the episode, and the ongoing debate about the sculpture. They also talk about Dr. Lucy Hobbs Taylor's tenacity, as well as dentists being unable to retire.
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- 2681 - Dr. Lucy Hobbs Taylor
Lucy Hobbs, later Lucy Hobbs Taylor, pursued a career in dentistry before that was recognized as an acceptable vocation for a woman. She got told no a lot, but became a well-respected leader in the field.Wed, 29 Jun 2022
- 2680 - Laocoön and His SonsMon, 27 Jun 2022
- 2679 - SYMHC Classics: The Cato Street Conspiracy
This 2017 episode delves into urbanization and mechanization, and all the downsides they brought with them in Great Britain in the years after the Luddite Rebellion. In response, a radical group plotted to assassinate the Prime Minister's entire cabinet.
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- 2678 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Cosplay and Shakers
Holly and Tracy reminisce about the use of the word cosplay in costuming groups and how much controversy it initially stirred up. They then discuss the unique life of Rebecca Cox Jackson and the demands of the Shaker way of life.
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- 2677 - Mother Rebecca Cox Jackson
Mother Rebecca Cox Jackson was an outlier among Shakers for a number of reasons, including that she established a community in the city of Philadelphia, which was the only known urban Shaker community.Wed, 22 Jun 2022
- 2676 - Interview: Andrew Liptak and the History of Cosplay
Holly speaks with author Andrew Liptak about his upcoming book "The History of Cosplay," and the way that humans have used costume to play, tell stories and even protest throughout time.
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- 2675 - SYMHC Classics: Vincent van Gogh
This 2011 episode from prior hosts Sarah and Deblina covers the artist's life and work. It also examines long-held beliefs about Vincent van Gogh and the debates regarding them.
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- 2674 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Danger Doge and Time Zones
Tracy and Holly talk about Falieri's strange shift from respectability to treason, all that slapping, and the city of Venice. They then discuss time zones and Tracy's difficulty with jet lag.
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- 2673 - Sir Sandford Fleming and the Creation of Time Zones
Humans have understood how to calculate the length of a day pretty accurately for a long time. But there wasn’t a standard way to approach time on a global scale until the late 19th century, and happened because of railroads.Wed, 15 Jun 2022
- 2672 - Marino Faliero, the Beheaded DogeMon, 13 Jun 2022
- 2671 - SYMHC Classics: The Daring Imposter Cassie Chadwick
This 2018 episode covers the fraud career of Cassie Chadwick. Her biggest con was convincing banks that she was the daughter of Andrew Carnegie.
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- 2670 - Behind the Scenes Minis: Soyer and Mercator
Holly and Tracy talk about Alexis Soyer's legendary charm, Emma Jones, and famine soup. They also talk about the globes and maps they grew up with.
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- 2669 - Gerardus Mercator’s Groundbreaking ProjectionWed, 08 Jun 2022
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