Tag: memory

Vimy National Memorial

The Pietist Schoolman Podcast, Episode #32: The Western Front

Our Pietist Schoolman Podcast travelogue continues with the Western Front of World War I: Sam Mulberry and I talked about the battlefields at the heart of our January 2019 travel course and June 2019 adults tour on the history of the world wars. While we did mention favorite meals, we skipped museums in order to focus on this season’s other…

Howard, Remembering the Reformation

The Pietist Schoolman Podcast, Episode #25: How Do We Remember the Reformation?

After taking some time off to turn our second season into this book, I’m happy to announce the sudden return of The Pietist Schoolman Podcast for a special third season: six or seven episodes clustered around the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. That is: around the 500th anniversary of the date that Martin Luther supposedly posted…

Sectarian Review 18: Monuments and Memory, part 2

Download or Stream this Episode This episode continues Sectarian Review’s discussion of historical memory, the value of forgetting, and what to do about Confederate flags. Part II Protesting Building names Audience Homework! Figure out where Jay and Jordan went to college Chief Wahoo’s demise Clemson’s racist history? Pitchfork Ben Best practices in naming things Nazis…