It’s finally up, for your full viewing pleasure: the session at the recent Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (SHEAR) on Hamilton, starring R.B. Bernstein, Benjamin Carp, Nancy Isenberg, Heather Nathans, and yours truly, as taped by C-SPAN-3 (perhaps C-SPAN’s equivalent of ESPN The Ocho?). You should watch the whole thing, but for the… More For your viewing pleasure: the gang and me on Hamilton
This Monday, April 4 I’ll be on WESA 90.5 FM’s Essential Pittsburgh, hosted by Paul Guggenheimer. It will be rebroadcast at 8PM. Happy listening!
There’s nothing like celebrating February 22, George Washington’s birthday, during a presidential campaign year. Mount Vernon, the historical site comprising George Washington’s home and plantation (oh, and the home of 300+ people legally owned by him and his wife, Martha), has been having fun this election cycle, with a tongue-in-cheek “George Washington for President” website,… More Question on George Washington’s Birthday: Would He Be a Good Candidate Today?
First, mea culpa, for not even having a reference to this commercial in my Super Bowl American Revolution post, but for some reason it wasn’t mentioned in the media hype days before the game, and hey, it only was shown in the New York, Philly, and DC markets, so you’ll just have to cut me some… More The Colonial Williamsburg Super Bowl commercial kerfuffle
This Sunday, Feb. 7, at 12 ET 9 PT, I’ll be talking about Fighting over the Founders with Bob Zadek on KKSF 910 AM. Read more here, where you can link to the live stream.