Sarah and Averill discuss the court case at the center of some of the most intense protests the University at Buffalo as even seen, all in the midst of the anti-war movement in the 1960s: The Buffalo Nine.
Sarah and Marissa join Cody from Shots of History for a fun cross-over episode examining the Whiskey Rebellion of 1791!
What was it about TB that started a fashion standard? Everything! #histmed #podcast
Things have been pretty political around here lately, so we wanted to dig into something that’s just fascinating and, frankly, creepy: anti-vivisection, or the 19th century campaign to end scientific and medical experimentation on living animals. Read more…
Dr. Carson was wrong in his characterization of the American slave experience. On this episode of the History Buffs Podcast, Drs. Earls and Handley-Cousins discuss the force and violence of population transfers in both the Atlantic Slave Trade and the U.S. Indian Removal Act.
For hundreds of years, governments have been drawing a line in the sand between the wanted citizenry and the unwanted potential citizenry.