A collection of podcasts and projects by students in the History Program including the Public History Certificate Program, these projects showcase the theory, methodologies and professional practices you would encounter among historians in a professional environment.
How much impact did the inter-racial marriage of a British army officer and his Chinese wife in mid-nineteenth century colonial Hong Kong have on the husband’s career?"
A case study, originally written for The History of Me: The Genealogy Seminar, and revised for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.
by Naomi Ridout
Listen to 13 podcasts including topics such as History and Heritage at Stratford Perth Museum, The Fundamentals of Footwear, The Canadian Canoe Museum and the Journey to Pier 21"
by students in
HIST 4310, HIST 4840
Stories of the Development of Toronto
by Ariel Dykopf (The King Edward Hotel) and Jessica Campbell (Markham Fair - Original Site)
"Intimate Illegitimacy"- a 5-part genealogy podcast, created for History of Me: The Genealogy Seminar
by Tamar Wise
A discussion on the 2002 Russian film “Russian Ark” directed by Alexander Sokurov, focused on delving into the State Hermitage Museum as both a heritage place and museum. The discussion follows the evolution of the State Hermitage Museum, the depiction of the State Hermitage Museum in “Russian Ark”, and the director’s intent.
Russian Ark and The State Hermitage Museum Podcast Assignment
by Michelle Kumar
Read the Abstract (PDF)
Crawford Lake Podcast
by Luiza Samoilescu
The Chimney on The DVP: A History Of The Todmoden Mills Heritage Site
by Sarah Abrams
The House Known by the Sign Of The Plough - a podcast about Montgomery's Inn
by Mario Concordia