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A history podcast that aims to cover the birth of the European state system by examining the Early Modern Period of European history. Along the way, the podcast will delve into the geography, economy, politics, ideas, and culture of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period to give the listener a view into the lives of the people who lived the events.
 
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This Episode wraps up not only our look at slavery in the middle ages, but the entire third season of this show. Zach's new book, Matchlock and the Embassy: http://www.wdfpodcast.com/thevassalstate/ml1 I have read it all at this point and it is very good. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Unfreedom in the middle ages took on a wide variety of forms. In this episode I talk about the ideological shifts that accompanied this change, some examples of the deals that were struck, and one highly amusing example of priestly fraud. Map Corner: https://play.acast.com/s/insidertrading My website: https://wittenbergtowestphaliapodcast.weebly.co…
 
I am starting a second show! Let me tell you about how it will affect W2W, some changes to Patreon levels, and then you can listen to the first episode!. The main show website is here: https://wittenbergtowestphaliapodcast.weebly.com/why-tho There is an rss feed but it will take a minute to get on itunes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
One would think that the economics of slavery would be simple, but then a person who thought that would clearly not be a fan of this show. https://www.egyptianhistorypodcast.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In this episode we spend a bit of quality time with our friend Marc Boch and discuss why he thought what he thought about slavery and serfdom, why some of it was wrong, and why some of it is still valid. This is a nice, calm episode. Some gentle laughs between friends. A bit of a palette cleanser between last episode and the next. Check out Past Ac…
 
Last year's sessions: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuAmmbvyrD92VvbxWuktX5OnCt_qcibzH This year's conference, go to store to buy tickets: https://www.intelligentspeechconference.com/1690-2/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
By popular demand, we begin a very detailed look at medieval slavery. This time out we tackle what relevance this conversation has to the modern world, and how we even begin to define slavery, anyway. Reconsider: https://reconsidermedia.com/ Intelligent Speech: https://www.intelligentspeechconference.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Chloe and Dan invite their pal and fellow student-athlete, Matthew Pagé, to embark on Studio 3’s maiden-voyage (that’s right, this ISN’T a Zoom interview)! After christening the space with hand-sanitizer, they talk about why they are choosing to stay and play one final season as Blazers. Do you really need to finish a 4-year degree in 4 years? Will…
 
To the horror of many, the "Living the Life" series has returned. This series of episodes aims to provide a very very basic primer into liturgical practices of many modern religions, to help the audience better understand how the stuff we discuss in the past was different. In this episode I interviewed listener Ira, possibly a more palatable interl…
 
There are two things that Chloe loves: in-person classes, and making lists. So, she combined these loves and made a list of her 5 favourite things about in-person classes. In this episode, Chloe and Dan discuss this list and get all mushy about how much they love their university. Also, Dan swears too much and makes Chloe do extra editing work. Tha…
 
Chloe and Dan have been working on a Wittenberg talk show! While the pandemic pushed them to record over Zoom, it made for the episodes to become good podcast episodes! Enjoy un-edited conversation on all the major talking points around CMU, with your favorite people from campus as guests.โดย Wittenberg Radio
 
After many months we wrap up our look at women in the middle ages with a discussion of what it all means. Spoilers: It isn't about the estate of women, it is about the frames of reference we explored along the way. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In today's episode we look at the interaction between marriage, inheritance, and property. This may sound esoteric and boring. And it is. But it tells us an awful lot about how women interacted with this society so eat your acid polka broccoli. European History Podcast List: https://blog.feedspot.com/europe_history_podcasts/ Revolution 1: https://w…
 
In this episode we address recent events in the podcasting community, and racism in a beloved sci fi franchise. Its not really that fun. But it gets better. The end is good. If you are into that kind of thing. 10 American Presidents: http://www.10usp.com/ The Eastern Border: http://theeasternborder.lv/ The Cannon Ball Podcast: https://thecanonballp…
 
Everyone's favourite Director of Student Life, Charlie Peronto, joins Dan and Chloe (over Zoom) for a discussion on wellness during Manitoba's Code Red period. Learn more about the creative ways the Student Life department is keeping students connected (profs reading bedtime stories, anyone?), hear confessions and suggestions from students regardin…
 
It's 2020. Inevitably, this year's podiversiary is a clip show. But hopefully a fun one? https://play.acast.com/s/theagorapodcastnetwork/weareagora https://cfrri.org/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In today's episode we look at how the law defined the role of women in society, and how it allowed women to interact with the law itself. In the process we will finally start to come to terms with sexual violence. Agora Podcast Network Feed: https://play.acast.com/s/theagorapodcastnetwork/weareagora My support page: https://wittenbergtowestphaliapo…
 
“My voice barely matters. That’s the truth. A Black gay man from the developing world has nothing to offer a white colonial ego. That’s why white people need to get over their defensiveness – admit they have privilege and work to dismantle the systems that stifle our breaths. It should be enough for me to say I’m scared or that we should stop enter…
 
Why hello there... Welcome to a brand new season of Wittenberg Radio! Meet your new co-hosts, Daniel McIntyre-Ridd and Chloe Friesen. In this first episode, Dan and Chloe introduce each other, share a message from REES (a new to CMU online reporting platform for sexual violence on campus), and Chloe shares a list of CMU stereotypes that she gathere…
 
Today is going to be a brief digression into the value of legal codes as a source, which will set us up nicely for the next episode, where we will begin to discuss the status of women in early medieval legal codes. Charlemagne's proclivity for pink frilly party balloons is discussed but ultimately dismissed. History of the Papacy: https://podcasts.…
 
Ben Jacobs of Wittenberg to Westphalia and Sam Hume of the History of Witchcraft sat down for a chat about witch panics, memes, authority, and the importance of getting angry while also staying calm. https://paxbritannica.info/episode-list/ https://wittenbergtowestphaliapodcast.weebly.com/ (Ira didn't actually include the NY Times article but we tr…
 
The first half of a look at the way women's status in the middle ages was determined by their sexuality. https://www.blackwallstreet-1921.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In the last few episodes we discussed the issue of groups that do not fit comfortably into the concept of normal that any society sets up. Today we will begin to discuss the most strange and terrifying minority of all: women. Also congrats to Andrew for graduating, yaaaaaaaay! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In today's episode we discuss the complex set of ideological, political, and economic processes that impacted the lives of non-normative populations in Medieval Europe, and how this affected daily life. There's a lot going on in this episode, but the most important thing is that Andrew mixed up "Big Band" with "Big Beat," and the result is awesome.…
 
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