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In a special Saturday night edition of BoA:Audio, Season 8 LIVE, Lobo Matias and Roejen Razorwire, hosts of the exceptionally eclectic esoteric podcast, Project Archivist, join the program to discuss a bouillabaisse of bizarre topics including serial killers, urban legends & odd stories, real science which could be applied to the paranormal, the challenges and perquisites of podcasting, and all the hubbub surrounding Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. At that late hour, with these two good friends of the show, it's sure to be an unforgettable conversation.
Archivist, paleographer and historical researcher Peter Foden joins Jane from the United Kingdom today to talk about using English manorial records to track your colonial American family, whether they were in New England or Virginia, to their roots in England. Peter will discuss what types of records can be found in the manor records, how to use the records, what information can be found in the records, and the challenges in using these records from the 17th and 16th centuries -- including the penmanship and language. (Many of the records are in Latin!)
Peter has worked in local authority archive services in Shropshire and Staffordshire, in education, and in business (the Oxford University Press and Boots the Chemist). He is currently providing archive consultancy services to a stately home, amongst the other freelance activities listed on this website. He is a member of the Archives and Records Association (UK & Ireland).
Marybeth Gasman is a Professor of Higher Education in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Gasman's areas of expertise include the history of American higher education, historically black colleges and universities, minority serving institutions, African American leadership, and fundraising and philanthropy. For information on the institute and its work, visit her website.
Dr. Brian Bridges is the Executive Director of the Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute (FDPRI). FDPRI is dedicated to conducting and disseminating research that informs policymakers, educators, philanthropists and the general public on how to best improve educational opportunities and outcomes for African Americans and other underrepresented minorities from preschool to and through college. For information on the institute and its work, visit UNCF.org/fdpri.
Al-Tony Gilmore is Historian and Archivist Emeritus of the National Education Association. He has appeared on numerous television and radio programs throughout the nation. Gilmore wrote the introductory essay to the forthcoming book, The African American in Sports, and makes regular appearances on Sirius radio's The Maggie Linton Show.
Walter C. Farrell Jr. is currently Professor of Community Management & Policy Practice in the School of Social Work and a Fellow in the Center for Urban and Regional Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He also serves as a Fellow in the National Education Policy Center (NEPC) at the University of Colorado at Bolder.
Join Barry Secrest and Lee Daniel as they discuss an ever-expanding caseload of governmental oddities, politics, the Supernatural & The New World Order--all from an entertaining, cutting edge, Conservative perspective.
Tonight's Topics Include:
America's Event Horizon: A Bizarre New World of Uncomfortably Numb
US National Archivist Testifies IRS Broke Law in Destruction of Lerner's White House Emails
Obama Lies and People Die: US President Caught In One of His Most Glaring Lies Yet
The Smoking Gun: A DHS January 2014 Posting for Transport of Illegal Alien Children from US Border
Leaked Democrat Documents seek to: 'Fundamentally Change Our Current Political System'
Listen live and CALL IN to speak to the host and co-host--(347) 996-3923. Join the conversation!
The Unofficial Family Archivist advocates for the value, recording and care of your family memories. Are you passing on a well-rounded collection of personal papers, photographs and memorabilia or are you passing on bits that leave more questions than answers? Keep and maintain the good stuff that highlights your life story. Get rid of the clutter.
Within every home is a treasure trove of information. Unfortunately, many irreplaceable documents that help tell individual stories, and the stories of our communities, are deteriorating among our personal belongings.
With that warning in mind, The Unofficial Family Archivist focuses on the care of personal papers, photographs, and memorabilia found in the typical home. Written for individuals who hope to protect family history, this book provides everything an unofficial archivist needs to ensure materials that connect us with our past are available for future generations. Its goal is to help you create and maintain a valuable family and community resource of recorded information about your world from the unique point of view of you and your loved ones.
Author Melissa Mannon is an archivist, cultural heritage consultant and author of the ArchivesInfo blog and newsletter. The Unofficial Family Archivist expands the information from her previous publication, Cultural Heritage Collaborators: A Manual for Community Documentation. Melissa's consulting work, projects and workshops encourage cultural heritage organizations to work collaboratively with local governments, businesses, and individuals who keep records in order to identify archives and plan for their care.
For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://FieldstoneCommon.blogspot.com
When it comes to elevating the queer community we often focus on activism and education, but we don't often look at how the celebratory events we hold can elevate the community. Of course everyone knows about Pride, but what other events are recognizing our community in an uplifting way? Tonight, The Strong Stance will talk with Ebone F. Bell and Josh Burford. Ebone is the Founder and Managing Editor of Tagg Magazine; and, Josh is an archivist, an activist, and a radical educator with over 15 years’ experience working with minority communities and diversity education.
Links for tonight's show:
Tagg Magazine: http://taggmagazine.com/
TaggFest Sat Apr 26 http://www.taggfest.com/
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Back2Us Logos provided by: Selena Weinert Graves
Jeff Trek welcomes Star Trek legend Larry Nemecek to the program. Larry is an American Star Trek author, actor, editor, archivist, consultant, interviewer and producer. His annual “TNG” concordance guides caught the eye of Star Trek’s TV writers and Pocket Books and he became the author of Star Trek The Next Generation Companion. For seven years he spent time creating, editing and leading the Star Trek Communicator licensed magazine. Most fun are consulting gigs with the Star Trek: The Experience museum and rides … exhibits like the Star Trek World Tour, Star Trek: Federation Science, Star Trek: The Tour … and DVD bonus feature projects on and off camera. A story sale to Star Trek Voyager that became the episode “Prophecy”. brand-new remastered audio series, "TREKLAND: On Speaker," launched in 2012 with a surprise debut at the Las Vegas Convention. His first film is now in the works, a documenatary that had to be made—"The Con of Wrath," the true story of the 1982 Houston "meltdown to miracle" featuring the original Star Trek cast. On all his projects, Larry brings a wide-ranging but unique and down-to-earth perspective—including the sharing of tales as a guest and pundit at conventions across the country or the likes of Canada, Germany, England, France, Italy, Austria, and the Czech Republic....and of course my favorite thing that I really enjoy about this guy is the fact that he also plays Doctor Lenard Bones McCoy in the fan film production Star Trek Continues. So whip out your communicators and beam on board.
Xaviant Haze is an alternative history researcher and archivist of ancient manuscripts. He travels the world, exploring and documenting his findings on lost civilizations, giants, ancient aliens and myths of the pre-deluvian world. Xaviant is the co-author of The Suppressed History of America and author of Aliens in ancient Egypt and hosts one of the most complete online metaphysical libraries in the world with links and resources to all major works in the field.
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Music: Power trip featuring Matt Chambers
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Bernice Bennett welcomes archivist Claire Kluskens - a specialist in immigration, census, and other records of high genealogical value at the National Archives in Washington, DC for a discussion of the Microfilm Publication M1895, Slave Manifests of Coastwise Vessels filed at New Orleans, Louisiana, 1807-1860 (thirty rolls). These records are part of Record group 36, Records of the U.S. Customs Services.
Claire Kluskens has spearheaded the completion of more than 300 National Archives microfilm publications. She lectures frequently and has published extensively in national, state, and local genealogical publications. Claire has been a National Archives staff member since 1992 and has done genealogical research since 1976.
Theme music - Sweet Mello Spice by composer / producer Alvin K. Alexander.
The Black Church, Join Schomburg and Smithsonian Archivist, Sherry Dupree on The Gist of Freedom SHOW with Host R. Lee Gordon.
The DuPree African-American Pentecostal and Holiness Collection is housed at the Schomburg Research Center, New York Public Library. DuPree, a former Smithsonian Fellow. Professor Dupree's research has covered African American gospel music and the Holiness-Pentecostal religion. he Pentecostal project began when DuPree, then a librarian, at the University of Florida.
Gunslingers, card sharks, maidens, harlots and rapscallions: Etched in exacting imagery, Nettie Rose crafts lyrics that evoke a vivid cast of characters. The sound is acoustic and authentic, with banjo, lap steel, mandolin and accordion accompanying her sepia-toned songs.
Spanning French surrealistic poets to The Sons of the Pioneers, Nettie draws inspiration from a rich spectrum of influences. “I’m a girl from Santa Monica, there’s only so much I can talk to you about,” she says. “Everything else is stories, imagination, research, reading and meeting people.”
Nettie is the granddaughter of Alan Freed – the legendary DJ who gave the world the phrase “rock and roll.” With a music publisher father and a rock archivist mother, she grew up around the music business, intrigued by songwriters who she characterizes as, “…interesting, educated and incredible.” At age eight, she wrote her first song and one year later met multi-instrumentalist and teacher Fred Sokolow who taught her flatpicking and strumming. With his mentorship, she was indelibly linked with the musical legacy of Hank Williams, Flatt & Scruggs and Ernest Tubb.
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