Ken Owen, Michael Hattem, Roy Rogers, and Liz Covart discuss the history of popular protest in early America, including the moral economy of the colonial period, the Stamp Act riots and the development of protest during the imperial crisis, and Shays' Rebellion and the Whiskey Rebellion in the early republic.

Direct download: The_JuntoCast_Episode_14_Popular_Protest_in_Early_America.mp3
Category:History -- posted at: 3:00am EDT

Michael Hattem, Roy Rogers, and Mark Boonshoft discuss education in early America, including its role in the colonial period, the American Revolution, and the early republic.

Direct download: The_JuntoCast_Episode_13_Education_in_Early_America.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:00am EDT

Ken Owen, Michael Hattem, Roy Rogers, and Mark Boonshoft revisit a classic work in the field of early American history, Bernard Bailyn's The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution, first published in 1967.

Direct download: JuntoCast_Episode_12_Bailyn.mp3
Category:History -- posted at: 5:30am EDT

Ep. 11: The Declaration of Independence

Ken Owen, Michael Hattem, and Roy Rogers discuss the Declaration of Independence, including why it took so long to achieve independence, the utility of the document itself, and strategies for teaching the Declaration.

Direct download: The_JuntoCast_Episode_11_Declaration_of_Independence.mp3
Category:History -- posted at: 4:00am EDT

Ep. 10: Gender in Early America

Ken Owen, Michael Hattem, Roy Rogers, and Sara Damiano discuss how female gender roles changed from the colonial period through the American Revolution, as well as the ways in which gender historians approach archival sources and approaches to teaching gender history.

Direct download: The_JuntoCast_Ep._10_Gender_in_Early_America.mp3
Category:History -- posted at: 2:30am EDT

Ep. 9: The Early American Presidency

In honor of President's Day, Ken Owen, Michael Hattem, and Roy Rogers discuss issues related to the development of the Presidency in the early republic, including the initial defining of the office by Federalists and John Adams' and Thomas Jefferson's challenges in navigating that office, as well as the role of the Presidency in public memory.

Direct download: The_JuntoCast_Episode_9_The_Early_American_Presidency.mp3
Category:History -- posted at: 1:59am EDT

Ken Owen, Michael Hattem, Roy Rogers, and Ben Park discuss Thomas Paine, including reconsidering the importance of his most famous work, "Common Sense," his life as an eighteenth-century transatlantic radical, and his legacy today compared to that of the other "founders." 

Direct download: The_JuntoCast_Episode_8_Thomas_Paine_and_Common_Sense.mp3
Category:History -- posted at: 12:30am EDT






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