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Rob DeSalle and Ian Tattersall, authors of “A Natural History of Beer” and presenters at the History Book Festival will appear in the demo tent at the Historic Lewes Farmers Market, Saturday, September 28, 10 am. The book outlines the progression of brewing from ancient Mesopotamian fermentation practices to the resurgent American craft brewery, and many fascinating stops in between. They’ll sign copies of their books, which make special gifts for beer-loving friends and family. The authors also will be presenting at the Third Annual History Book Festival at 3pm at the Lewes Public Library. #historyofbeer#historybookfestival ...
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episode 16 is now live. again. oops. it's a listener questions bonus episode! sneaky July and it's 5 Tuesdays. find out the answer to such thrilling questions as; what's lou's favorite dino? there were maternity corsets!? who would we get matched with on history matchmaker? and many more. #historylessonsformisanthropes#hlfm
Episode 14 is now live. in this episode Lou patiently listens while Mildred tries to pronounce French words to discuss Joan of arc. her visions, her military prowess, and how obsessed everyone was with her virginity and her clothing. this image is from 1903 by Albert lynch. #joanofarc#lapucelle
#misanthropemonday as promised in the last episode here are photos of some of the skeletons found by workers in Oxfordshire. 28 three thousand year old skeletons were uncovered, and thought to have been partly ritual burials. images from the daily mail, April 14, 2019.3 #historylessonsformisanthropes
episode 12 is now live. in this episode we discuss the "Canadian stonewall", Operation Soap, where cops raided 4 gay bath houses in Toronto, on Feb 5, 1981. we discuss the deep seeded institutional homophobia that led to these raids, and how this mobilized the community to protest, resulting in Toronto's first pride "parade". for further listening, please see the cbc "uncovered: the village" podcast, episode 7. and visit the Canadian gay and lesbian archives at arquives.ca #historylessonsformisanthropes#hlfm
#misanthropemonday in 1887, a young corset maker in Toronto named lizzie bray met a man named John gamble. their relationship became sexual and lizzie got pregnant. they made every attempt through the underground network available to terminate the pregnancy but failed. out of desperation John tried himself and failed. lizzie died from complications due to abdominal trauma. in 1888 john was hanged for murder. (the globe, Feb 2, 1888) the more things change the more they stay the same. #historylessonsformisanthropes