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Country Queers is a podcast featuring oral history interviews with rural and small-town LGBTQIA+ folks in the U.S. Season One uplifts often unheard stories of rural queer experiences across intersecting layers of identity including race, class, gender identity, age, religion, and occupation. Drawing on a collection of interviews gathered since 2013 by host and producer R. Garringer, this podcast aims to complicate our collective ideas about rural spaces and queer communities.
 
Pigeon Post is a podcast created and produced by staff at Admiralty House Communications Museum in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador. Through storytelling as well as oral history interviews, this podcast aims to keep the history of Admiralty House alive, while also focusing on elements of the community of Mount Pearl.
 
From its modest beginnings in 1987, National Life Stories has grown significantly and helped to create one of the largest oral history collections in the world – the British Library holds some 70,000 recordings of which nearly 3,000 are long, in-depth biographical interviews created by National Life Stories. Each episode of this podcast will bring you a conversation with someone else associated with National Life Stories – from interviewers, to curators, to listening service and technical st ...
 
A collection of voices gathered from the world of the lesser represented & marginalized populations in media or media preservation. These voices belong to women, queer folx, the trans community and people of color. These are indigenous voices and the voices of the differently abled. These voices are those that need to be heard because they haven’t been. Archivist’s Alley is a safe & lively conversational space designed for discussions on how to preserve our work and identities in today's pro ...
 
As the library asks, "What do you geek?" I geek science fiction, fantasy, the outdoors, critical race theory, politics, organizing, among other things. Mostly, I geek history. So I've tied all that together into one podcast. Change Over Time is a podcast using historical thinking to explore geekiness. Sometimes I’ll be reporting from the field. Other times I’ll explore how different ideas, theories, or methods used by historians can be used by non-historians. I’ll also release edited pieces ...
 
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It's the early 70s in West Islip and St John the Baptist High School is gearing up for a crucial game against St. Agnes of Rockville Centre. But for freshman Mickey Quinn and the rest of the class of '75, the events of that night will reverberate beyond the court for years to come. Today Mickey joins us to discuss Growing Up a Cougar, his account o…
 
This episode features audio from a webinar hosted by the Women's and Gender-Non-Conforming Center at Berea College in October 2020 as a part of their virtual pride series. In it, Rae Garringer is joined by the Editorial Dream Team: Sharon P. Holland, Hermelinda Cortés, and Lewis Raven Wallace. We talk about how we came into story-telling and narrat…
 
Please join me in welcoming the AMAZING Candace Ming to Archivist's Alley. Join us for a really valuable and illuminating discussion on issues of access, the "ownership" of images and the critical necessity of having boundaries in your work/life schedule. There's so much more- home movies, weird film collectors and AMIA fun- so listen now!…
 
In this episode, we’re sharing stories from former players on the 1959 OSU baseball championship team as they recall their experiences during the season and championship game, as well as success that followed many of them after graduation. View the show notes here. Perspectives by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4207-persp…
 
Over the span of a few short months in 1931, 19-year old Francis Crowley was on the minds of everyone from the Bronx to Long Island. Known for always packing an extra pistol and steeped in life on the streets, Crowley conducted a crime spree that culminated in North Merrick with the murder of Nassau County Patrolman Fred Hirsch. On today's episode,…
 
Mary Louise Booth wrote her own story. A single woman from Long Island, she rose to prominence in the world of New York publishing as an acclaimed author, translator, and founding editor of Harper's Bazaar. She was also a friend and champion of many prominent women, from Susan B. Anthony and Louisa May Alcott to Sarah Tuthill and Dr. Marie Zakrzews…
 
This month, we discuss the landmark Supreme Court case Craig v. Boren, led by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and its impact on gender equality across the nation. View the show notes here. Song Credits: No Good Layabout by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4140-no-good-layabout License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.…
 
Allison McGovern has been digging history for a long time. Fascinated as a child with ancient Egypt and visits to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, she went on to become a professional archaeologist, uncovering the past in her own backyard. On today's episode, you'll hear McGovern describe her work at a number of sites on the island, including the Py…
 
Robert Ottone is no stranger to the strangeness on Long Island. An Islip native, he has been attuned to the Island’s darker hues from an early age and has worked them into his fiction writing and his podcasting. Today we discuss his newest book: Her Infernal Name & Other Nightmares. Rob graces us with readings of two of his stories and we dive deep…
 
In this episode, we feature memories of the Dust Bowl era and the many ways people fought to protect against the dirt, as well as the need for perseverance and community ties to endure during uncertain times like the COVID-19 pandemic. View the show notes here. Song Credits: Gymnopedie No. 1 by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/s…
 
Anyone attempting to invade Long Island Sound at the turn of the last century would have faced a gantlet of artillery guns mounted in forts across the islands that stretch from Orient Point to the Rhode Island coast. With little actual chance of invasion, the men manning these forts had few diversions to choose from: baseball, drinking, or ruining …
 
Back with another great Archivist's Alley episode and another WONDERFUL archivist! Please join me in my conversation with the wonderful Shannon Devlin as we talk about physical materials, emotional attachments to projects, meeting lovely people in our careers and more. Bonus: you get to hear me geek out about TV commercials while Shannon laughs at …
 
Plum Island is poised between its past and its future. Looking back, it contains evidence of its time as a coastal defense in the Spanish-American War, as well as a 19th-century, National Register-certified lighthouse. Looking ahead, it could become a publicly accessible nature preserve and cultural center, providing a haven for native flora and mi…
 
In this episode, we highlight monarch butterflies and the important role Oklahoma plays in the conservation of these insects. We’ll hear from scientists and conservationists across Oklahoma as they describe collaborative efforts between tribal, state, and university organizations and the importance of their work. View the show notes here. Song Cred…
 
Banks Smither oversees the publication of Long Island-related books from the History Press. As Acquisitions Editor, he has built up a catalog of the lost, abandoned, haunted, and forgotten corners of the Island from Montauk to Brooklyn. On today’s episode he discusses the publication process at the History Press – form pitch to publication to promo…
 
This month, we explore the lives of the circus performers of Hugo, Oklahoma as they describe the different shapes, sizes, and ideas of what home means to them. View the show notes here. Song Credits: Long Stroll by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3997-long-stroll License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Circus …
 
The next episode is in the works, but in the meantime, we wanted to tell y'all about a new favorite podcast. It’s called Transcripts and it’s about how trans people are remaking the world, from the Tretter Transgender Oral History Project. The production team is entirely queer and trans and the first episode features interviews with trans organizer…
 
Elandria Williams identifies as a Black, southern/Appalachian, disabled, genderqueer, pansexual, Unitarian Universalist, “auntiemama” to 3 nieces and nephews and 4 god kids. E grew up on Cherokee land in Knoxville and Powell, TN. In this interview - recorded at the STAY Project's summer gathering at Highlander in 2013 - E talks about organizing, th…
 
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