December
26th 2012
Historiann, archived

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Hi, friends!  I hope you’re enjoying a lovely holiday and/or winter vacation.  Several of you have e-mailed me or left questions in the comments here on the blog about whether the lecture I recorded for C-SPAN, “A Pair of Stays,” would be archived or available as a podcast.  The answer to both questions is yes, so here are the relevant links:

 

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8 Responses to “Historiann, archived”

  1. Lance on 27 Dec 2012 at 5:37 pm #

    How very, very cool. Neat room, too. Or so it appears.

  2. Indyanna on 27 Dec 2012 at 6:06 pm #

    I followed the first link, and was able to *hear* the lecture, but not see it. I’m still fine-tuning a new laptop, so that may be part of it. It was very interesting. I was by chance looking at Kate Haulman’s book on 18th century American fashion today, and it has some references to stays. Indeed, if I’m remembering right, it said that this garment was the first one to which the word “fashion” was attached in the discourse–although I may be mis-remembering.

  3. Tenured Radical on 27 Dec 2012 at 6:52 pm #

    We need to start the Blogge Channel

  4. Julia on 28 Dec 2012 at 9:55 pm #

    It felt like I was back in class! Congratulations, Prof Historiann!

  5. loumac on 29 Dec 2012 at 12:07 pm #

    I didn’t feel like I was back in class – this is FAR better teaching than anything I experienced as a student.

    BTW, your hair style is distractingly cute :)

  6. Historiann on 29 Dec 2012 at 2:17 pm #

    Thanks, everyone! I was having a particularly good hair day that day, I believe. I can’t normally see the back of it of course, but it was lookin’ good.

  7. Comradde PhysioProffe on 14 Jan 2013 at 8:14 pm #

    Finally had a chance to watch your lecture. Very fascinating and well-delivered!

  8. Historiann on 14 Jan 2013 at 9:33 pm #

    Thanks!

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