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The Tattooed Historian Show

Apr 30, 2019

On this episode, I speak with Lindsey Foster about race and gender when it comes to historical interpretation. Lindsey is a fantastic historian who does stellar work as an interpreter. Her interactions with the public when speaking about difficult subjects are the focus of our conversation. The interactions connect...


Apr 23, 2019

It's been a year since launching the business side of The Tattooed Historian and I figured it was a great time for an update on the progress of the project. What have I learned? What has helped me stay active and loving the process? If you are a student and looking for some words of encouragement, you've come to...


Apr 16, 2019

Matthew Mickletz, who manages preventive conservation at Winterthur Museum, joins me to discuss his path to public history success. He goes into great detail about his journey and what he has seen within the museum field itself. This is a great episode for all of you who are just starting out in the history field or are...


Apr 9, 2019

Dr. Peter S. Carmichael, Director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College, joined me for an installment of The Tattooed Historian Presents which took place at the Garryowen Irish Pub in Gettysburg. It was such a great presentation that I stripped the audio from the video to produce this podcast. We discuss...


Apr 2, 2019

I finally had the chance to speak with Carmen Nyssen about her project, Buzzworthy Tattoo History, her famous relative Bert Grimm, and the late Lyle Tuttle. We talk tattoo history, the lineage of tattooing through various artists, genealogical work, and more!