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The Tattooed Historian Show

Mar 19, 2019

On this episode of The Tattooed Historian Show, I speak with Liz Bukowski about her recent photographic exhibition in Buffalo, NY. Liz helps me out with digital photography, design, and videos. Her recent exhibition was a chance for her to showcase her talent for documenting historical interpretation. We talk about wet...


Mar 11, 2019

On the same date as the bloodiest day in American history, the Battle of Antietam, the largest home front disaster of the Civil War took place in Pittsburgh, PA at the Allegheny Arsenal. Over 70 people lost their lives in the explosions at the arsenal, many of whom were young women who worked there. Rich Condon, who...


Mar 5, 2019

On this episode, historian James Taub discusses the military history field; thoughts on the current state of the field and the future. James has been trained internationally as a military historian and through that training has come to gain a passion for operational command history. Join us as two military history...


Feb 26, 2019

In this episode, I speak with my friend, and former coworker, Danielle Settlemeyer from the Bahrain National Museum. What is "doing" public history like on an international scale? How has the Bahrain National Museum influenced Danielle as a historian? What can we learn from these cultural experiences? 


Feb 19, 2019

Anna Kiefer is my guest on this episode of the podcast. She shares some insights into the Woman's Land Army of America during the First World War. Anna is full of great information about this little known facet of WWI, U.S. home front history. There is so much more out there to be discovered and this discussion may...