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The Tattooed Historian Show

The Tattooed Historian

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The Tattooed Historian Show

The Tattooed Historian Show

The Tattooed Historian

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Tired of being lectured when it comes to history? Then you've come to the right place! Here is where history is for everyone, regardless of your background or education level. History which is accessible, edgy, and fun!

Latest Episodes

Lincoln's Legacy During a Time of Crisis

Noted Lincoln historian, Harold Holzer, joins Dr. Peter Carmichael and myself for this engaging talk about President Lincoln and his legacy during times of crisis. This was a great honor to have Harold on the live stream. We had a good time and touched on many aspects of Lincoln's leadership style.

68 MINAPR 20
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Lincoln's Legacy During a Time of Crisis

Interpreting Little Round Top & Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain

I was joined by Dr. Peter Carmichael (Director, Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College) and Ranger Chris Gwinn (Chief of Interpretation and Education at Gettysburg NMP) to discuss the most visited spot on the battlefield at Gettysburg: Little Round Top.

67 MINAPR 17
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Interpreting Little Round Top & Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain

Pop History and its Effects on Storytelling

Stephanie Seal Walters joins me to discuss pop history and how it effects the way we look at the past. How do television shows or movies impact our views of historical events or time periods? This is a lively, great discussion!

72 MINAPR 11
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Pop History and its Effects on Storytelling

Professors, Public Historians, and the Civil War Field

Dr. Peter Carmichael (Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College) joined me on this Facebook Live to discuss how academics and public historians are working together to change the face of the Civil War field. We discussed our experiences and what we believe the future of the field is going to look like.

48 MINAPR 4
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Professors, Public Historians, and the Civil War Field

The Tattooed Historian: The Second Anniversary

It's been 2 years since I went into business for myself under The Tattooed Historian brand. In this episode, I reflect on some deeper stuff which has helped me through the process and I hope that you gain something out of it. There's probably something in here for those of you who are just looking for themselves.

30 MINAPR 2
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The Tattooed Historian: The Second Anniversary

Ike and Mamie Eisenhower

Alyce Evans joined us at the latest installment of The Tattooed Historian Presents and discussed the relationship between Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower. We covered a lot of ground in a short period of time, but it was a very interesting discussion! Check out the story of this political power couple!

43 MINFEB 28
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Ike and Mamie Eisenhower

The McCormick Civil War Institute Shenandoah University

I sat down with Dr. Jonathan Noyalas and discussed the McCormick Civil War Institute at Shenandoah University. We talked augmented reality and virtual reality in the history field, various monographs, and the institute's annual conference this April.

42 MINFEB 21
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The McCormick Civil War Institute Shenandoah University

The Banting House National Historic Site

In this episode, I travel to London, Ontario, to speak with Grant Maltman, the curator at the Banting House National Historic Site. This year marks the 100th anniversary of Sir Frederick Banting jotting down notes in the middle of the night for an idea that would become insulin. This place has become a pilgrimage site for so many people who have or know someone who has, diabetes.

72 MINFEB 14
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The Banting House National Historic Site

Faces of Union Soldiers at Antietam with Matt Borders

Matt Borders, a co-author of "Faces of Union Soldiers at Antietam," joined us for the latest installment of The Tattooed Historian Presents at the Garryowen Irish Pub. He discussed his new book and the Federal troops' experiences at the Battle of Antietam. Although you can't see the photos he shows us, you can get a good description of the fighting which the men went through in 1862.

51 MINJAN 31
Comments
Faces of Union Soldiers at Antietam with Matt Borders

Updates for 2020

For the first episode of 2020, I wanted to bring you up to date on what is going on in my world and what is to come this year. I also wanted to touch on a very important thing: keeping history friction-free and how important collaboration and networking will be this year. Plus, BIG news on my career path in this episode!

37 MINJAN 17
Comments
Updates for 2020

Latest Episodes

Lincoln's Legacy During a Time of Crisis

Noted Lincoln historian, Harold Holzer, joins Dr. Peter Carmichael and myself for this engaging talk about President Lincoln and his legacy during times of crisis. This was a great honor to have Harold on the live stream. We had a good time and touched on many aspects of Lincoln's leadership style.

68 MINAPR 20
Comments
Lincoln's Legacy During a Time of Crisis

Interpreting Little Round Top & Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain

I was joined by Dr. Peter Carmichael (Director, Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College) and Ranger Chris Gwinn (Chief of Interpretation and Education at Gettysburg NMP) to discuss the most visited spot on the battlefield at Gettysburg: Little Round Top.

67 MINAPR 17
Comments
Interpreting Little Round Top & Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain

Pop History and its Effects on Storytelling

Stephanie Seal Walters joins me to discuss pop history and how it effects the way we look at the past. How do television shows or movies impact our views of historical events or time periods? This is a lively, great discussion!

72 MINAPR 11
Comments
Pop History and its Effects on Storytelling

Professors, Public Historians, and the Civil War Field

Dr. Peter Carmichael (Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College) joined me on this Facebook Live to discuss how academics and public historians are working together to change the face of the Civil War field. We discussed our experiences and what we believe the future of the field is going to look like.

48 MINAPR 4
Comments
Professors, Public Historians, and the Civil War Field

The Tattooed Historian: The Second Anniversary

It's been 2 years since I went into business for myself under The Tattooed Historian brand. In this episode, I reflect on some deeper stuff which has helped me through the process and I hope that you gain something out of it. There's probably something in here for those of you who are just looking for themselves.

30 MINAPR 2
Comments
The Tattooed Historian: The Second Anniversary

Ike and Mamie Eisenhower

Alyce Evans joined us at the latest installment of The Tattooed Historian Presents and discussed the relationship between Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower. We covered a lot of ground in a short period of time, but it was a very interesting discussion! Check out the story of this political power couple!

43 MINFEB 28
Comments
Ike and Mamie Eisenhower

The McCormick Civil War Institute Shenandoah University

I sat down with Dr. Jonathan Noyalas and discussed the McCormick Civil War Institute at Shenandoah University. We talked augmented reality and virtual reality in the history field, various monographs, and the institute's annual conference this April.

42 MINFEB 21
Comments
The McCormick Civil War Institute Shenandoah University

The Banting House National Historic Site

In this episode, I travel to London, Ontario, to speak with Grant Maltman, the curator at the Banting House National Historic Site. This year marks the 100th anniversary of Sir Frederick Banting jotting down notes in the middle of the night for an idea that would become insulin. This place has become a pilgrimage site for so many people who have or know someone who has, diabetes.

72 MINFEB 14
Comments
The Banting House National Historic Site

Faces of Union Soldiers at Antietam with Matt Borders

Matt Borders, a co-author of "Faces of Union Soldiers at Antietam," joined us for the latest installment of The Tattooed Historian Presents at the Garryowen Irish Pub. He discussed his new book and the Federal troops' experiences at the Battle of Antietam. Although you can't see the photos he shows us, you can get a good description of the fighting which the men went through in 1862.

51 MINJAN 31
Comments
Faces of Union Soldiers at Antietam with Matt Borders

Updates for 2020

For the first episode of 2020, I wanted to bring you up to date on what is going on in my world and what is to come this year. I also wanted to touch on a very important thing: keeping history friction-free and how important collaboration and networking will be this year. Plus, BIG news on my career path in this episode!

37 MINJAN 17
Comments
Updates for 2020
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