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Dr. Ryan Tripp presents “Ancient Settled and Established Constitution: The Narragansett”

Dr. Ryan Tripp presents “Ancient Settled and Established Constitution: The Narragansett”

January 31, 2018

Dr. Ryan Tripp presents "Ancient Settled and Established Constitution:" Enlightened Commentaries on the Narragansett Ancient Constitution by Matthew Robinson, Esq.

Ryan Tripp - Adjunct History Faculty, Southern New Hampshire University

Ryan Tripp - Adjunct History Faculty, Southern New Hampshire University

January 31, 2018

Ryan Tripp teaches for Southern New Hampshire and other institutions and he hosts a podcast for the New Books Network’s Native American Studies channel. In this episode of Filibustering History we talk about his background, his research interests, and his presentation on Matthew Robinson for the History Soundbites podcast.

This episode’s recommendations: A dozen or so books from Ryan! Ciaran O’Neill, Catholics of Consequence: Transnational Education, Social Mobility, and the Irish Catholic Elite, 1850-1900 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), https://global.oup.com/academic/product/catholics-of-consequence-9780198707714?lang=en&cc=us. Arthur Quinn, The Rivals: William Gwin, David Broderick, and the Birth of California (New York: Crown Publishers, 1994; Lincoln, Nebraska: Bison Books, 1997), http://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/bison-books/9780803288515/.

Dr. Tripp can be reached at r.tripp@snhu.edu. His podcast episodes are listed at http://newbooksnetwork.com/?s=ryan+tripp. Rob Denning can be reached at snhuhistory@gmail.com or r.denning@snhu.edu. James Fennessy can be reached at j.fennessy@snhu.edu. Follow us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/FilibusterHist.

James C. Ricker - Public Historian and Cultural Resources Manager

James C. Ricker - Public Historian and Cultural Resources Manager

January 19, 2018

Dr. James Ricker is an instructor at Southern New Hampshire University and the owner of JCR Cultural Resources. In this episode of Filibustering History we talk about Dr. Ricker’s academic and professional background, the history of the cultural resource management profession in Oklahoma and across the country, and his action-packed adventures in archaeology.

This episode’s recommendations: Plato, The Republic, http://classics.mit.edu/Plato/republic.html - especially the cave allegory “Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire” exhibit at the De Young Museum : https://deyoung.famsf.org/exhibitions/teotihuacan-city-water-city-fire Brian Alexander, Glass House: The 1% Economy and the Shattering of the All-American Town (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2017), https://us.macmillan.com/glasshouse/brianalexander/9781250085801/

Dr. Ricker can be reached at j.ricker@snhu.edu. Rob Denning can be reached at snhuhistory@gmail.com or r.denning@snhu.edu. James Fennessy can be reached at j.fennessy@snhu.edu. Follow us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/FilibusterHist.

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