01:46 | Jun 18th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Thank you all for listening over the years. The show will going dormant for a while but I hope we can continue our stories in the future. Feel free to stay in touch until then.
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36:08 | Mar 21st, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
We set the table for our time together in Season 2.
18:53 | Feb 11th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Living, Breathing History in Ancient Athens is the talk I gave at the Sound Education conference in November 2018. Listen to it a audio only version of it right here.
04:01 | Oct 13th, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Find out more about the Sound Education Conference at www.soundeducation.fm and you can always reach me at www.hitmpodcast.com.Also, sorry about the ads in this! I am trying to remove them since this ...Show More
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42:13 | May 5th, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Today we welcome Dr. John Hale to the show, author of the book Lords of the Sea. It is a compelling look at the history of Athens, largely from the seat of a rower’s bench behind an oar. The New York ...Show More
36:47 | Apr 26th, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Today we welcome Dr. Melissa Lane to the show, author of the book The Birth of Politics. Her book was the final straw in convincing me to start the show and centers around eight political ideas, what ...Show More
1:20:11 | Apr 18th, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Athens leaves us their legacy in the Season 1 finale. https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_1604.html
46:40 | Feb 27th, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
The Peloponnesian War comes to a sudden and unexpected end. The defeated will face the fate the victor thinks it deserves. We witness both timid and brutal approaches to war and are forced to ask: Is ...Show More