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The Clements Bookworm: Online event for history lovers

Recordings & Resources List

Panelists and featured guests discuss history topics in this weekly webinar. Learn more.

WHEN:  Fridays, 10:00 am EDT

WHERE:  Register at myumi.ch/gjgzR. In your confirmation email, find the link to join the meeting.

3/27/20 Episode 1 – Theme: What We’re Reading Now

Commentators: Paul Erickson, Sara Quashnie, Dick Marsh

View the Recording - March 27, 2020
View the list of books and resources discussed on March 27, 2020
4/3/20 Episode 2 – Theme: Women and the Right to Vote

Commentators: Jayne Ptolemy, Estrella Salgado, Christina Karas

View the Recording - April 3, 2020
View the list of books and resources discussed on April 3, 2020
4/10/20 Episode 3 – Theme: Part of the Story: Minorities in U.S. Military History

Commentators: Louis Miller, Jakob Dopp

View the Recording - April 10, 2020
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4/17/20 Episode 4 – Theme: Author Conversation with Megan Kate Nelson

Commentators: Megan Kate Nelson (Author, The Three-Cornered War: The Union, the Confederacy, and Native Peoples in the Fight for the West, published 2020)

View the Recording - April 17, 2020
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4/24/20 Episode 5 – Theme: Identity in Photography

Commentators: Gabe Konrad, Samantha Hill, Les High

View the Recording - April 24, 2020
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5/1/20 Episode 6 – Theme: Author Conversation with Sarah Blackwood

Commentators: Sarah Blackwood (Author of The Portrait’s Subject: Inventing Inner Life in the Nineteenth-Century United States, published Dec. 2019)

View the Recording - May 1, 2020
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5/8/20 Episode 7 – Theme: Biographies

Commentators: Emiko Hastings, Peggy Harrington, Andrew Rutledge

View the Recording - May 8, 2020
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5/15/20 Episode 8 – Theme: American Histories and the Struggle for Equality

Commentators: Rex Hauser, Hayley O’Malley

View the Recording - May 15, 2020
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5/22/20 Episode 9 – Theme: Leadership

Commentators: Doug Johnson, Sara Quashnie, Straus Scantlin

View the Recording - May 22, 2020
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5/29/20 Episode 10 – Theme: Author Conversation with Chris Phillips

Commentators: Christopher N. Phillips (Author of The Hymnal: A Reading History, published 2018) 

View the Recording - May 29, 2020
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6/5/20 Episode 11 – Theme: Collectors Corner: Miniature Books with Joan Knoertzer

Commentators: Joan Knoertzer

View the Recording - June 5, 2020
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6/12/20 Episode 12 – Theme: Reader Panel – Civil War Experiences

Commentators: Sander Shapiro, Jean Franzino, Jim Davis

View the Recording - June 12, 2020
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6/19/20 Episode 13 – Theme: “Battles of the American Revolutionary War” Reader Panel

Commentators: Art Acton, Tom Wagner

View the Recording - June 19, 2020
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6/26/20 Episode 14 – Theme: Fellow Spotlight with Scott Heerman

Commentators: M. Scott Heerman (Author of The Alchemy of Slavery: Human Bondage and Emancipation in the Illinois Country, 1730-1865, published 2018)

View the Recording - June 26, 2020
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7/10/20 Episode 15 – Theme: Author Conversation with Martin Brückner

Commentators: Martin Brückner (Author of The Social Life of Maps in America, 1750-1860, published 2017)  

View the Recording - July 10, 2020
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7/17/20 Episode 16 – Theme: Collectors Corner with Jack Deo

Commentators: Jack Deo shares his favorite works by five Upper Peninsula photographers with an emphasis on outdoor photography.

View the Recording - July 17, 2020
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7/24/20 Episode 17 – Theme: Author Conversation with Brian P. Luskey

Commentators: Brian Luskey (Author of Men Is Cheap: Exposing the Frauds of Free Labor in Civil War America, published March 2020), Dyke Benjamin, Paul Erickson

View the Recording - July 24, 2020
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7/31/20 Episode 18 – Theme: Literature and Public Life in the 19th Century” Reader Panel

Commentators: Lisa McGunigal (Hope College), Sigrid Anderson (University of Michigan), Micah Donohue (Eastern New Mexico University)

View the Recording - July 31, 2020
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