To the horror of many, the "Living the Life" series has returned. This series of episodes aims to provide a very very basic primer into liturgical practices of many modern religions, to help the audience better understand how the stuff we discuss in the past was different. In this episode I interviewed listener Ira, possibly a more palatable interlocutor than my earlier entry in the series. The cool jazz, however, remains. Andrew is an editing genius, and I would not dare to interfere with his vision.
After many months we wrap up our look at women in the middle ages with a discussion of what it all means. Spoilers: It isn't about the estate of women, it is about the frames of reference we explored along the way.
In today's episode we look at the interaction between marriage, inheritance, and property. This may sound esoteric and boring. And it is. But it tells us an awful lot about how women interacted with this society so eat your acid polka broccoli.
European History Podcast List: https://blog.feedspot.com/europe_history_podcasts/
Revolution 1: https://www.erinclarebrown.com/revolution-1
So Andrew tells me the fake genre I made up is a real thing called Acid Polka. The clips are from the songs linked below. they are actually...total bangers.
In this episode we address recent events in the podcasting community, and racism in a beloved sci fi franchise. Its not really that fun. But it gets better. The end is good. If you are into that kind of thing.
10 American Presidents: http://www.10usp.com/
The Eastern Border: http://theeasternborder.lv/
The Cannon Ball Podcast: https://thecanonballpodcast.wordpress.com/
American Epistles: https://american-epistles.blubrry.net/
Dreams of Black Wallstreet: https://www.dreamsofblackwallstreet.com/
It's 2020. Inevitably, this year's podiversiary is a clip show. But hopefully a fun one?
In today's episode we look at how women defined the role of women in society, and how it allowed women to interact with the law itself. In the process we will finally start to come to terms with sexual violence.
Today is going to be a brief digression into the value of legal codes as a source, which will set us up nicely for the next episode, where we will begin to discuss the status of women in early medieval legal codes. Charlemagne's proclivity for pink frilly party balloons is discussed but ultimately dismissed.
History of the Papacy: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/history-of-the-papacy-podcast/id590968693
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Sam Hume's Show: https://paxbritannica.info/
Brehon Law: https://archive.org/details/ancientlaws01hancuoft/page/n7/mode/2up
Irish History Podcast: https://irishhistorypodcast.ie/
In today's episode we examine the role women played in the economy of the middle ages. Spoilers: it was pretty big.
Ben Jacobs of Wittenberg to Westphalia and Sam Hume of the History of Witchcraft sat down for a chat about witch panics, memes, authority, and the importance of getting angry while also staying calm.
(Ira didn't actually include the NY Times article but we trust him)
Let me know if I forgot anything
Intro music is, as always, See These Bones by Nada Surf.
Spective - Bridge Valley
P.R. & ChillCat - Soul Child
ai means love. - road trip
Breezewax - Mother's Earth
LZRDSK - flowers
LeVirya & Broey. - Inertia
Aphrow & Stuffed Tomato - Goodbye
ningen - Take You Outside
I Am Wolter - Morning Licks
Foeniks - Take It Easy
RINZ. - Lotus
mr. hong & pastels - let's meet at the elevator
Sex for commoners and nobles and...nuns? Oh My!
Urban Planner by day. History Podcaster by night.