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Historians on Housewives

A podcast where Bravo Reality TV Meets History
A podcast where Bravo Reality TV Meets History << Show Less
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"I may not be a girl, but I sure as hell fight like one" with David Yontef In which the Historians discuss the ongoing Erika Jayne scandal, celebrity culture and the production of reality tv, the art of interviewing Housewives, and much, much more!
















































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"I may not be a girl, but I sure as hell fight like one" with David Yontef In which the Historians discuss the ongoing Erika Jayne scandal, celebrity culture and the production of reality tv, the art of interviewing Housewives, and much, much more!
















































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"Blackademia's Flavor Flav Is Here Y'all!!!" w/ Adam McNeil (Side B) In which the Historians pick up where they left up… with a Bonko Party Game Break, unpack Porsha’s infamous underground railroad comment, build on more connections between the Real Housewives and Black women’s understanding of freedom and liberty in the Revolutionary Era, allege some wild things about Patty Stanger’s Millionaire Matchmaker, and much, much, more!









































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"Blackademia's Flavor Flav Is Here Y'all!!!" w/ Adam McNeil (Side A) In which the Historians discuss the historiography of enslaved women and the importance of slavery scholarship circa 2004, gab about Flavor of Love and the Real World, the origins of the JMIL-McNeil crossover, Adam’s fabulous New Books in African American Studies podcast, shoutout Mumia, and much, much more!









































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“I bring class to the class struggle” w/ Dr. Sean Gallagher (Side B) In which the Historians start off with a Bonko Party game break before segueing into a discussion comparing the musicals 1776 and Hamilton, the experiences of enslaved people in Virginia's Chiswell Lead Mines, Loyalism in the Revolution, whether the American Revolution was indeed revolutionary, Star Trek, and much, much more!









































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“I bring class to the class struggle” w/ Dr. Sean Gallagher (Side A) Sean Gallagher is a historian of enslaved people and state slaveholding in the American Revolution. He will be starting a postdoc at the David Center for the American Revolution at the American Philosophical Society in Fall 2021.
“Life & Evolution Happens!” w/ Sowande’ Mustakeem (Side B) In which the Historians discuss how our guest got into reality television and Bravo, play two games, hear a pitch on cord-cutting, discuss the CosmicDoc, spirituality and ghosts on RHOD, and much, much more!









































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“Life & Evolution Happens!” w/ Sowande’ Mustakeem (Side A) In which the Historians discuss enslavement at sea, the metaphysical presence of the ghosts of the enslaved, spirit channelling and Tyler Henry, Sowande’ Mustakeem’s band Amalghemy, and much, much more!









































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“A spoonful of sugar won't help this medicine go down”: Heather Dubrow’s gong, Back Cupping, and the many Dr. Moons of Bravo In which the Historians conclude their interview with the Dr. Oz of Historians on Housewives, Dr. Emily Baum. They discuss all things traditional Chinese medicine, it’s regional influence in the United States, researching and writing history in the time of Covid-19, what the hell Aaron Phypers was saying he does at that dinner party, reiki healing on reality TV, and much, much more!









































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“A spoonful of sugar won't help this medicine go down”: US-China Relations, Acupuncture Anesthesia, and the Reinvention of Chinese Medicine w/ Dr. Emily Baum Pt. 1 In which the Historians talk about the history of traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), how Chinese medicine became popular in the US, how Chinese medicine became so popular with wealthier women, and much, much more!



































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