On this episode of Citizen Historian, you heard an interview with Dr Benjamin Rosman of the CSIR at The University … Continue reading Podcast Episode 2 – Do Robotic Elephants Never Forget? [Show Notes]
I will be speaking at the Congolese Civil Society symposium on 4 August 2018 at the Iziko South African Museum. … Continue reading Public Talk – 4 August 2018
PART II – The History of Zoos & Animal Welfare Organisations This is Part II of the Conquerors to Custodians … Continue reading From Conquerors to Custodians: In Defence of Zoos, Ambassador Animals, and Captive Breeding (Part II)
AND WE ARE LIVE! Citizen Historian has officially launched a podcast! Find us now on iTunes by searching “Citizen Historian” or … Continue reading Our Podcast has Launched!
PART I – Introduction There is so much to discuss on a topic like this, especially for someone like me … Continue reading From Conquerors to Custodians: In Defence of Zoos, Ambassador Animals, and Captive Breeding (Part I)
First, let’s answer the question: “is it historically accurate that women fought in WWII?” Short answer: yes. Now, let’s elaborate. … Continue reading Hysterical Accuracy: Women, WWII, and Gaming.
I am a huge fan of the Folklore Podcast. I find the host, Mark Norman, to be an eloquent writer … Continue reading African Vampires and the Folklore Podcast