The 5:00 News: COVID in Schools, Misinformation and A Community History Lab
The 5:00 News
97.9 The Hill News Director Brighton McConnell takes you around the top local news stories on Wednesday, October 20. Four schools in Orange County land on a state report listing recent COVID-19 cases in education settings. A local communications expert offers tips to combat misinformation in the public health sphere. The Chapel Hill Public Library is set to launch a new tool to help preserve and share local history. Plus: UNC women’s basketball sees one player land on the Newcomer Watch List for the upcoming season. The post The 5:00 News: COVID in Schools, Misinformation and A Community History Lab appeared first on Chapelboro.com.
Introducing History Lab Season Four - The Last Outlaws
The Last Outlaws is the latest audio series to be released by Impact Studios, an audio production house embedded in the University of Technology Sydney.The trilogy podcast is based on UTS Law Professor Katherine Biber’s tenacious and careful research of Jimmy and Joe Governor, Australia’s last proclaimed outlaws.The Governor brothers' story has been told in books and film before, but never like this.For the Governor family descendants this is a difficult story to tell, but one that demands to be heard.Coming September 22nd.
HISTORY LAB 2 How much time has to pass before something is considered history?
Ask a Historian
The full show transcript is available on our website: https://history.wisc.edu/ask-a-historian/ How long ago does something have to have happened in order for it to be considered history? In this History Lab episode, Professor Richard Keller explains why he considers the very recent past to be history. He also talks about the research opportunities and challenges he encountered when working on his book on the 2003 Paris heat wave and shares how our present moment can inspire students’ historical research projects. Episode Links: Richard C. Keller is Professor of the History of Medicine and Associate Dean of the International Division at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. https://history.wisc.edu/people/keller-richard-c/ The book that Prof. Keller discusses in this episode is Fatal Isolation: The Devastating Paris Heat Wave of 2003, which was published in 2015 by the University of Chicago Press. https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/F/bo20145393.html National History Day in Wisconsin: https://www.wisconsinhistory.org/Records/Article/CS15524 UW–Madison’s History Lab: https://history.wisc.edu/undergraduate-program/the-history-lab/ Do you have a question about how to do history? Record a voice memo we’ll answer your question in an upcoming episode. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org Our music is “Wholesome” by Kevin MacLeod. Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5050-wholesome CC BY 4.0 license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
HISTORY LAB 1 How do I know if a website is a reliable source?
Ask a Historian
The full show transcript is available on our website: https://history.wisc.edu/ask-a-historian/ As middle and high school students across Wisconsin work on their National History Day submissions, we’re answering their questions about how to do history in our History Lab mini-series. This episode, Professor Sarah Thal talks about her criteria for a reliable website, whether Wikipedia is good source for historical research, and her favorite online history resources. Episode Links: Sarah Thal is Associate Chair, Director of Undergraduate Studies, and the David Kuenzi and Mary Wyman Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. https://history.wisc.edu/people/thal-sarah/ Libraries and archives New York Public Library Digital Collections https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/ British Library blogs http://www.bl.uk/blogs National Archives blogs https://www.archives.gov/social-media/blogs Smithsonian Institution https://www.si.edu/explore Wisconsin Historical Society https://www.wisconsinhistory.org/ Digital exhibitions and projects Slave Voyages https://www.slavevoyages.org/ Remembering Jim Crow http://americanradioworks.publicradio.org/features/remembering/ Commentary or articles written by historians History News Network https://historynewsnetwork.org/ Process blog of the Organization of American Historians http://www.processhistory.org/ American Historical Association https://www.historians.org/ Videos TED-Ed https://ed.ted.com/ National History Day in Wisconsin: https://www.wisconsinhistory.org/Records/Article/CS15524 UW–Madison’s History Lab: https://history.wisc.edu/undergraduate-program/the-history-lab/ Do you have a question about how to do history? Record a voice memo we’ll answer your question in an upcoming episode. Our email address is email@example.com Our music is “Wholesome” by Kevin MacLeod. Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5050-wholesome CC BY 4.0 license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Introducing 'The New Social Contract' - a new podcast by the makers of History Lab
How will Australian universities fare in a post-pandemic world? It depends on an influential but rarely talked about relationship between the state, its institutions, and the public. Discover more in the first podcast episode of The New Social Contract.Brought to you by the makers of History Lab.
Introducing Season Three of History Lab - The Law's Way of Knowing
History Lab is back for a third season, fresh from wins at the New York Radio Festival Awards and the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia.In this special four-part series we’ll be exploring the ‘law’s way of knowing’, looking at histories that intersect with the law.From fortune telling to fingerprints, unusual wills and the forensic theory that something is always left behind, join us as we delve into the traces left by the law.Episode One drops December 12.
History Lab and the New York Festivals Radio Awards
Forty Years of 2SER
While it’s always an honour to be nominated for an award, it’s even sweeter to win one (or two or three). Here Tamson Pietsch, the Director of the Centre for Public History at UTS, talks about the Centre’s 2SER podcast series and shows GLAMCity! and History Lab (with the later winning a number of gongs at the New York Festivals Radio Awards in 2019). The relationship between the academy and the station has always been vital – but it’s nice to get it recognised at one of the biggest audio events in the world!
What does it take to make History Lab?This bonus interlude episode lifts the curtain on all that goes into making history for your ears!Executive Producer Emma Lancaster steps out from behind the headphones and asks you to listen hard as she and host Tamson Pietsch discover that in the gap between historians and journalists, great things can happen.The History Lab final episode for Season One 'Fishing for Answers' will be available 25 July 2018.To find out more about the History Lab pitching process head to https://historylab.net/pitch/