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Selected snippets and episodes of three of my podcasts,
"IT HAPPENED" - Short glimpses of history from Oakland University Department of History
"A SMALL TOWN IN MICHIGAN" - People, events, organizations and history of Clarkston, Michigan
"CLARKSTON FAMILY FARM"- An educational farm inspiring the next generation on nature & healthy food in a positive community gathering space.
All of the episodes of each podcast can be found on their vurbl.com individual stations. Each of them is hosted o… Continue Reading >>
Selected snippets and episodes of three of my podcasts,
"IT HAPPENED" - Short glimpses of history from Oakland University Department of History
"A SMALL TOWN IN MICHIGAN" - People, events, organizations and history of Clarkston, Michigan
"CLARKSTON FAMILY FARM"- An educational farm inspiring the next generation on nature & healthy food in a positive community gathering space.
All of the episodes of each podcast can be found on their vurbl.com individual stations. Each of them is hosted on anchor.fm and can also be found on Apple podcasts and anywhere you get your podcasts. << Show Less
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Poet, Dreamer, Revolutionary Sean Farrell Moran is an Associate Professor in the History Department at Oakland University specializing in Modern Britain, Ireland, History of Ideas, 20th-Century Europe. He is the author of "Patrick Pearse and the Politics of Redemption: The Mind of the Easter Rising, 1916".
On this episode Professor Moran gives us a brief glimpse into his research and writings on Patrick Pearse.
Other books mentioned by Professor Moran in this episode are:
"Patrick Pearse: The Triumph of Failure" by Ruth Dudley Edwards
"Patrick Pearse: The Making of a Revolutionary" by Joost Augusteijn
"Patrick Pearse and the Lost Republican Ideal" by Brian P. Murphy
"Easter 1916: The Irish Rebellion" by Charles Townshend

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Own Voices and "American Dirt" Tracy Bedford and Evan Smale from the Clarkston-Independence District Library have a short discussion of the controversy over the book "American Dirt" and how children's literature is actually leading the way in increasing opportunities for writers from underrepresented groups.
Poet, Dreamer, Revolutionary Sean Farrell Moran is an Associate Professor in the History Department at Oakland University specializing in Modern Britain, Ireland, History of Ideas, 20th-Century Europe. He is the author of "Patrick Pearse and the Politics of Redemption: The Mind of the Easter Rising, 1916". He is the author of "Patrick Pearse and the Politics of Redemption: The Mind of the Easter Rising, 1916".
On this episode Professor Moran gives us a brief glimpse into his research and writings on Patrick Pearse.
Clarkston Family Farm - Our Story The beginnings of the Michigan, non-profit, educational organization committed to inspiring the next generation about the value of nature and healthy food while creating a positive community gathering space.
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A Small Town in Michigan Exploration of the people, events, businesses, organizations and history of Clarkston, Michigan and the surrounding area.
IT HAPPENED - Glimpses of History The faculty of the Oakland University Department of History possess a deep knowledge of the broad range of the human record. Each episode in this series presents a brief glimpse into some aspect of this history.
Listen with us and let’s find out together..... Where, When, Why and How…..IT HAPPENED