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Apr 16, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode Matthew D. White. Part 1. Photographer and musician. "I am a photographer living in New Orleans. Most of my work is centered on the south Louisiana landscape, the US Gulf Coast, and South Florida. I have been photographing the Louisiana coast from Sabine Pass to the mouth of the Mississippi for more than 15 years. I also specialize in architectural, real estate, nature, travel, aerial, and industrial imagery. My photographs have appeared in Nature...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Earth Day, Matthew D. White, Louisiana...
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Apr 9, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 412. April 10, 2021. We interview E. L. "Bubba" Henry about The Last Constitution, which covers the Louisiana Constitutional Convention of 1973. Jeremy Alford collaborated with Bubba Henry to write this account. The delegates to Louisiana’s 1973 Constitutional Convention were an unruly bunch of policy pirates who charted their own course. Their generation swept aside the deeply rooted influences of Huey P. Long’s legacy and replaced it with the...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Bubba Henry, 1973 Louisiana Constitution, 1973...
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Apr 2, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 411. Hardette Harris. part 2. North LA Cooking. Chef Harris is originally from Minden, Louisiana and was recently named by Louisiana Life Magazine as a “2017 Louisianian of the Year.” She also has a recurring column called “Up North” in the Louisiana Kitchen & Culture magazine and is a recipe contributor to LOLA Magazine . As a private chef, Chef Harris has provided a number of services to private individuals, busy corporate VIPs and executives....
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Hardette Harris, North Louisiana Cooking,...
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Mar 26, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 410. Hardette Harris. part 1. North LA Cooking. Chef Harris is originally from Minden, Louisiana and was recently named by Louisiana Life Magazine as a “2017 Louisianian of the Year.” She also has a recurring column called “Up North” in the Louisiana Kitchen & Culture magazine and is a recipe contributor to LOLA Magazine . As a private chef, Chef Harris has provided a number of services to private individuals, busy corporate VIPs and executives....
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Hardette Harris, North Louisiana Cooking, Soul...
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Mar 19, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 409. Part 2 of our interview with Ron McFarland about his research on  Evangeline .    "Ye who believe in affection that hopes, and endures, and is patient, Ye who believe in the beauty and strength of woman's devotion, List to the mournful tradition still sung by the pines of the forest; List to a Tale of Love in Acadie, home of the happy." Generations of readers have now accepted the call of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow to join his heroine  ...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Evangeline, Ron McFarland
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Mar 12, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 408. Part 1 of our interview with Ron McFarland about Evangeline . "Ye who believe in affection that hopes, and endures, and is patient, Ye who believe in the beauty and strength of woman's devotion, List to the mournful tradition still sung by the pines of the forest; List to a Tale of Love in Acadie, home of the happy." Generations of readers have now accepted the call of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow to join his heroine Evangeline in her search for...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Ron McFarland, Evangeline
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Mar 5, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Maddie Lafuse on Marie Laveau. Part 2. Marie Laveau was a Louisiana Creole practitioner of Voodoo, herbalist and midwife who was renowned in New Orleans. Her daughter, Marie Laveau II, (1827–c. 1862) also practiced rootwork, conjure, Native American and African spiritualism as well as Louisiana Voodoo. This week in Louisiana history. March 6, 1867. General Philip Sheridan arrives in New Orleans to command the Fifth Military District (Louisiana and Texas) during Reconstruction. This week in...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Marie Laveau, Voodoo, New Orleans Voodoo, Voodoo...
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Feb 26, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 406. Maddie Lafuse on Marie Laveau. Part 1. Marie Laveau was a Louisiana Creole practitioner of Voodoo, herbalist and midwife who was renowned in New Orleans. Her daughter, Marie Laveau II, (1827–c. 1862) also practiced rootwork, conjure, Native American and African spiritualism as well as Louisiana Voodoo.     This week in Louisiana history. February 27, 1827. New Orleans kicks off its first Mardi Gras. A group of masked and costumed students dance...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Maddie Lafuse, Marie Laveau, New Orleans voodoo,...
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Feb 19, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast. Episode 405. John DeSantis & Jeff Barrois on the Thibodaux Massacre. On November 23, 1887, white vigilantes gunned down unarmed black laborers and their families during a spree lasting more than two hours. The violence erupted due to strikes on Louisiana sugar cane plantations. Fear, rumor and white supremacist ideals clashed with an unprecedented labor action to create an epic tragedy. A future member of the U.S. House of Representatives was among the leaders...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, John Desantis, Jeffrey Barrois, Good Morning...
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Feb 12, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 404. Mark Charles Roudané. The Tribune and l'Union newspapers. Mr. Roudané explains: “My roots are in Africa, France, Haiti, and Louisiana. My 4th great paternal and maternal grandmothers were enslaved in Saint-Domingue (now Haiti). Both had children with French colonists. Their descendants lived as free people of color in Louisiana, including Jean Baptiste Roudanez, the publisher of the New Orleans Tribune, and Louis Charles Roudanez, the newspaper’s...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Mark Charles Roudane, l'Union, New Orleans Tribune
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Feb 5, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 403. Maggie Collins. Celestial Blue Skies . In Belle Place, Louisiana, where the sugarcane grows a mile high to the bright blue sky, Celeste struggles with her mentally ill mother, Tut, and works with her grandmother Maymay to hold the Creole Bastille family together. This week in Louisiana history. February, 6, 1682. LaSalle began his journey down the Mississippi River. This week in New Orleans history. Wilson "Willie Tee" Turbinton is born....
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Jan 29, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 402 Thomas Ruys Smith. Sam Clemens and Mardi Gras. "On March 8 1859, a 23 year old trainee steamboat pilot named Samuel Clemens, a month away from getting his pilot's license, arrived in New Orleans after a week’s voyage down the Mississippi from St. Louis. But when the young man who would soon become Mark Twain stepped off the Aleck Scott , looking forward to some rest and recuperation in the South’s premier city, he was unprepared for the spectacle...
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Jan 22, 2021 Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 401. Timothy Bartel. Part 2. Evangeline . Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Evangeline was a bestseller in nineteenth-century America, inspiring generations of readers with a heroine who overcomes colonial violence and exile in her romantic and spiritual quest across America. Long ignored by modernist scholars, Evangeline is finally getting the critical attention it deserves. Drawing on original research in Longfellow's scholarly manuscripts, Bartel explores the...
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Jan 15, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 400. Part 1 of our interview with Timothy Bartel about Evangeline . Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Evangeline was a bestseller in nineteenth-century America, inspiring generations of readers with a heroine who overcomes colonial violence and exile in her romantic and spiritual quest across America. Long ignored by modernist scholars, Evangeline is finally getting the critical attention it deserves. Drawing on original research in Longfellow's scholarly...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Timothy Bartel, Evangeline, Henry Wadsworth...
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Jan 8, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 399. David and Ashley Havird, part 2. David and Ashley join us to read and discuss some of their poetry. The Havirds are poets from Shreveport in North Louisiana. David, Professor Emeritus of English at Centenary, has published several collections of poetry, including Map Home (2013) and Penelope’s Design (2010). His work has also appeared in The New Yorker, Shenandoah, Southwest Review, Texas Review, Yale Review, and online at Poetry Daily . Ashley Mace...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, David and Ashley Havird, David Havird, Ashley...
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Jan 1, 2021 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast David and Ashley Havird, part 1. David and Ashley join us to read and discuss some of their poetry. The Havirds are poets from Shreveport in North Louisiana. David, Professor Emeritus of English at Centenary, has published several collections of poetry, including Map Home (2013) and Penelope’s Design (2010). His work has also appeared in The New Yorker, Shenandoah, Southwest Review, Texas Review, Yale Review, and online at Poetry Daily . Ashley Mace Havird has...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, David and Ashley Havird, David Havird, Ashley...
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Dec 25, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode Katy Shannon, part 2. L'Abeille contains extensive excerpts from the first year of publication of the city’s most influential French-language newspaper. It captures this diverse city in its formative years authentically and with an immediacy that can be provided only by a primary source. Katy Morlas Shannon received her Bachelors in English and Masters in History from Louisiana State University. She has been a professional historian for over fifteen years...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, L'Abeille, the Bee, the New Orleans Bee, Katy...
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Dec 18, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Katy Shannon, part 1. L'Abeille contains extensive excerpts from the first year of publication of the city’s most influential French-language newspaper. It captures this diverse city in its formative years authentically and with an immediacy that can be provided only by a primary source. Discover the New Orleans of today present even in the city’s past. Katy Morlas Shannon received her Bachelors in English and Masters in History from Louisiana State University. She has been a professional...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Katy Morlas Shannon, l'Abeille, The Bee, New...
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Dec 17, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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388½. We talk with our friend Lamar White, Jr., about the 2020 election in Louisiana. Lamar has written a biography of Carlos Marcello entitled Big Daddy of the Big Easy. Lamar is also the founder and editor of the Bayou Brief. "We are Louisiana's first and only statewide, non-profit, member-supported, and digitally-focused news publication. The Bayou Brief was conceived in January of 2017 and born seven months later. We are focused on telling the stories of the politics and the people...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Lamar White, Bayou Brief, CenLamar
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Dec 11, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 395. December 12, 2020. Hans Sternberg & James Shelledy, part 2. We Were Merchants .The words “Goudchaux’s / Maison Blanche” conjure up a wealth of fond memories for local shoppers. At this landmark Louisiana department store, clerks greeted you by name; children received a nickel to buy a Coke and for every report-card A; families anticipated the holiday arrival of the beloved puppet Mr. Bingle almost as much as Santa; teenagers applied for their...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Hans Sternberg, James Shelledy, We Were Merchants
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Dec 4, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 394 Hans Sternberg & James Shelledy, part 1. We Were Merchants . The words “Goudchaux’s / Maison Blanche” conjure up a wealth of fond memories for local shoppers. At this landmark Louisiana department store, clerks greeted you by name; children received a nickel to buy a Coke and for every report-card A; families anticipated the holiday arrival of the beloved puppet Mr. Bingle almost as much as Santa; teenagers applied for their first job; and...
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Nov 27, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode te in Film Production from the University of New Orleans, with extensive experience both on set and in post-production, having worked on over 20 films. I have released several short films that she wrote, directed, and edited, including: 7 Stages of the Closet (2013), Enough for Love (2014), and If Not Now (2015). Tylyn's work focuses on queer characters, experiences, and stories. This week in Louisiana history. November 28, 1729. Natchez tribesmen in the...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Tylyn Anson, Gay Mardi Gras, Gay New Orleans
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Nov 20, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast 392. Tylyn Anson. Part 1. Gay Mardi Gras. Queer, trans filmmaker from the south, and MFA graduate in Film Production from the University of New Orleans, with extensive experience both on set and in post-production, having worked on over 20 films. I have released several short films that she wrote, directed, and edited, including: 7 Stages of the Closet (2013), Enough for Love (2014), and If Not Now (2015). Tylyn's work focuses on queer characters, experiences, and...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Tylyn Anson, Gay Mardi Gras, Gays in New Orleans,...
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Nov 13, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast. Episode 391. Ed Branley, part 2. Ed is a friend of ours, the NOLA history guy, and the author of History of Jazz . From the days when Buddy Bolden would blow his cornet to attract an audience from one New Orleans park to another, to the brass bands in clubs and on the streets today, jazz in New Orleans has been about simple things: getting people to snap their fingers, tap their toes, get up and clap their hands, and most importantly dance! From the 1890s to World...
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Nov 6, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 390. Ed Branley, part 1. Ed is a friend of ours, the NOLA history guy, and the author of Legendary Locals of New Orleans . Since its founding in 1718 by the LeMoyne brothers, New Orleans has cemented its status as one of the busiest ports on the continent. Producing many unique and fascinating individuals, Colonial New Orleans was a true gumbo of personalities. The city lays claim to many nationalities, including Spaniards Baron Carondelet, Don Andres...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Ed Branley, NOLA History Guy, History of Jazz,...
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Oct 30, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 389. Juliane Braun, French-language drama in Louisiana. Part 2.The stages of antebellum New Orleans did more than entertain. In the city’s early years, French-speaking residents used the theatre to assert their political, economic, and cultural sovereignty in the face of growing Anglo-American dominance. Beyond local stages, the francophone struggle for cultural survival connected people and places in the early United States, across the American hemisphere,...
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Oct 27, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast. Episode 388½. We talk with our friend Lamar White, Jr., about the 2020 election in Louisiana. "We are Louisiana's first and only statewide, non-profit, member-supported, and digitally-focused news publication. The Bayou Brief was conceived in January of 2017 and born seven months later. We are focused on telling the stories of the politics and the people of the state of Louisiana, with a particular emphasis on those who live in communities and regions...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Lamar White Jr., Cenlamar, The Bayou Brief,...
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Oct 24, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 388. October 24, 2020. Juliane Braun, French-language drama in Louisiana, part 1. This week in Louisiana history. October 24, 1827. Gov. Henry S. Thibodaux died in office from what is believed to be an abscessed liver. This week in New Orleans history. Mitch Landreu was elected as State Representative, 90th Representative District on October 24, 1987. This week in Louisiana. Yellow Rails and Rice Birding Festival October 29th, 2020 - November 1st, 2020 8:00...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Juliane Braun, French drama in Louisiana
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Oct 22, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Martin Lemelle is truly a son of the great state of Louisiana; a native of Lincoln Parish with familial roots in St. Landry Parish, educated in public and state schools here in Louisiana, served in the Louisiana higher education system for the past four years and is now standing up to take action to provide the 5th Congressional District the leader and solutions it deserves. “The 5th Congressional District deserves a person who’s ready for the long-term; Someone who will invest in this...
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Oct 16, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode Mary Barile, part 2. The Irish Rogue . Mary Barile is a writer and historian, and the author of fourteen books about antiques, history, and the paranormal. She is also an award-winning playwright, with readings and productions from The Kennedy Center to just-off-Broadway. Mary is dedicated to bringing the past to life. She has a PhD in theatre history and teaches playwriting, public speaking, and theatre history at the college level. This week in Louisiana...
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Oct 9, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode Mary Barile, part 1. The Irish Rogue , a play based on Liberty in Louisiana by James Workman. Mary Barile is a writer and historian, and the author of fourteen books about antiques, history, and the paranormal. She is also an award-winning playwright, with readings and productions from The Kennedy Center to just-off-Broadway. Mary is dedicated to bringing the past to life. She has a PhD in theatre history and teaches playwriting, public speaking, and theatre...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Mary Barile, The Irish Rogue, James Workman,...
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Oct 2, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast. Episode 385. Every Man a King vs All the King's Men . Last spring, Bruce taught an upper-level course in Louisiana literature. This week, we're airing a class discussion on Huey Long in his autobiography, Every Man a King, vs Willie Stark in Robert Penn Warren's  All the King's Men. This week in Louisiana history. October 4, 1792. Under Gov. Carondelet, the first theatre opened in Louisiana on St. Peter St., N.O. This week in New Orleans history. James Gallier Sr....
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Sep 25, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 384. Maurice Ruffin returns to the podcast to talk about his new novel. We Cast a Shadow: A Novel is the story of a black lawyer in a version of the American South. We are dropped into a future where the country is even more willing than now to follow its worst, most racist inclinations. He wants to protect his son by getting him "demelanization" surgery. This week in Louisiana history. September 27, 1902. N.O. streetcar employees strike for 8-hr...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Maurice Ruffin, We Cast a Shadow, Passing, racism
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Sep 17, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 383. Suzanne Stone. New Orleans Coffee: A Rich History . New Orleans history is steeped in coffee. Café du Monde and Morning Call started serving café au lait more than a century ago. Outside the Cathedral of St. Louis in Jackson Square, early entrepreneurs like Old Rose provided eager churchgoers with the brew, and it was sold in the French Market beginning in the late 1700s. People gathered for business, socializing, politics and auctions at five hundred...
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Sep 12, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode Part 2 of Vernon Palmer's return to the Louisiana Anthology Podcast. We discuss lawyer and judge James Workman, who wrote the play Liberty in Louisiana. We also talk about how Louisiana moved from Spanish law to American law, with the Napoleonic Code thrown in. Vernon specializes in comparative law and European and French civil law, has been teaching and researching for 46 years, including extensive work abroad in France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland,...
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Sep 4, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode Vernon Palmer, part 1. Louisiana moving from Spanish law to American law. James Workman. This week in Louisiana history. September 5, 1814. Pierre Lafitte 'escapes' from prison in the Cabildo This week in New Orleans history. Pontchartrain Beach Closed 11 p.m. on Labor Day, Monday, September 5, 1983. This week in Louisiana. Fort Fest: History, Heritage and Arts and Crafts September 12th, 2020 Fort Jesup State Historic Site 32 Geoghagan Rd., Many , LA 71449...
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Sep 3, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 380½. Bonus Episode. Good Morning Comrade hosted by Jeffrey Barrois. We repost this week's back-to-school episode from Good Morning Comrade . Jeff, Scott, and Erin are joined by Jefferson Parish teacher Brian Williams. The gang talks about the return to school in Jefferson Parish as well as the return to school and the role of education in the US.
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Aug 29, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast. Episode 380. August 29, 2020. Kit Wohl. Part 2. Cooking. Iron in Vieux Carre. Kit Wohl is an award-winning writer, photographer, and artist. A lifelong food and wine enthusiast, set her on a culinary path. Since 2005, she has authored twelve cookbooks that celebrate cuisine and her native New Orleans. Wohl has worked with chefs, restaurants, and hotels across the United States as CEO and creative director of Wohl & Company, a New Orleans-based advertising,...
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Aug 29, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 380 Kit Wohl. Part 2. Cooking. Iron in Vieux Carre. Kit Wohl is an award-winning writer, photographer, and artist. A lifelong food and wine enthusiast, set her on a culinary path. Since 2005, she has authored twelve cookbooks that celebrate cuisine and her native New Orleans. Wohl has worked with chefs, restaurants, and hotels across the United States as CEO and creative director of Wohl & Company, a New Orleans-based advertising, public relations and...
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Aug 28, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 379.5. Rob Anderson. We interview Rob Anderson, who's running to replace Clay Higgins in the 3rd Congressional District of Louisiana
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Aug 22, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 379. Kit Wohl, part 1. Iron in Vieux Carre. Kit Wohl is an award-winning writer, photographer, and artist. A lifelong food and wine enthusiast, set her on a culinary path. Since 2005, she has authored twelve cookbooks that celebrate cuisine and her native New Orleans. Wohl has worked with chefs, restaurants, and hotels across the United States as CEO and creative director of Wohl & Company, a New Orleans-based advertising, public relations and marketing...
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Aug 21, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 378 ½. Part 2 of our conversation with Lamar White, Jr., about Louisiana Politics during the Covid outbreak of 2020. Lamar White, Jr., editor of the Bayou Brief , has had some major political scoops in recent years. Lamar and his reporters serve an important role in bringing out the truth about Louisiana politics. "We are Louisiana's first and only statewide, non-profit, member-supported, and digitally-focused news publication. The Bayou Brief was...
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Aug 14, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode Nick Douglas, part 2. Petition to Lincoln. "Fully one hundred years before the Voting Rights Act of 1965, black activists in the South launched a bold campaign for universal black suffrage. It is a stirring part of American history that most Americans were never taught. And the history leading up to it—abolitionist activities and effective black resistance to slavery in the South—has also been obscured." This week in Louisiana history. August...
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Aug 14, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode Nick Douglas, part 2. Petition to Lincoln. "Fully one hundred years before the Voting Rights Act of 1965, black activists in the South launched a bold campaign for universal black suffrage. It is a stirring part of American history that most Americans were never taught. And the history leading up to it—abolitionist activities and effective black resistance to slavery in the South—has also been obscured." This week in Louisiana history. August...
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Aug 13, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 377.5. Lamar White, part 1. Lamar White returns to talk about Louisiana politics during the Covid outbreak of 2020. What could go wrong?
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Aug 8, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 377. August 8, 2020. Nick Douglas, part 1. Petition to Lincoln. "Fully one hundred years before the Voting Rights Act of 1965, black activists in the South launched a bold campaign for universal black suffrage. It is a stirring part of American history that most Americans were never taught. And the history leading up to it—abolitionist activities and effective black resistance to slavery in the South—has also been obscured." This week in...
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Aug 8, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 376 D. L. Holmes
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Jul 31, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 376. August 1, 2020. D.L. Holmes is a self published co-author of Seemingly Strange and Unusual Tales , and More Seemingly Strange and Unusual Tales , as well as the author of "Stranded". Residing in North Louisiana, he has secured a Masters of Fine Arts from Full Sail University. He is a writer of horror and science fiction.​ This week in Louisiana history. August 3, 1918. Louisiana ratifies 18th Amendment to US Constitution (Prohibition). This...
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Jul 31, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 376. D.L. Holmes is a self published co-author of Seemingly Strange and Unusual Tales , and More Seemingly Strange and Unusual Tales , as well as the author of "Stranded". Residing in North Louisiana, he has secured a Masters of Fine Arts from Full Sail University. He is a writer of horror and science fiction.​ This week in Louisiana history. August 3, 1918. Louisiana ratifies 18th Amendment to US Constitution (Prohibition). This week in New...
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Jul 24, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 375. Candy Christophe for Congress. “I am Sandra ‘Candy’ Shoemaker-Christophe born to high school sweethearts and raised with my sister in the small town of Clinton, Louisiana in a loving home in a blue-collar neighborhood. My community was poor, and this united it more than racially segregating laws could divide it. I am the founder of Re-Entry Solutions, a nonprofit organization. With the support of my husband, Andre, I served as an unpaid Executive...
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Jul 17, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 373. Part 2 of our interview with Rubia Garcia. Rubia is from New Orleans. Returning to New Orleans after Katrina, she had an undeniable desire to devote her life to the teaching of underprivileged youth within New Orleans Public Schools. She has retired from teaching to pursue her activism. She has been active with Black Lives Matter for several years, and she has taken point in the protest following the collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel on Canal Street in New...
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Jul 10, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Rubia Garcia, part 1. Rubia Garcia is a born and bred New Orleans Lady. Returning to New Orleans after Katrina, she had an undeniable desire to devote her life to the teaching of underprivileged youth within New Orleans Public Schools. She has retired from teaching to pursue her activism. She has been active with Black Lives Matter for several years, and she has taken point in the protest after the Hard Rock Hotel collapse, killing 3 workers, 2 of whom are still in the building. This week in...
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Jul 3, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 372. Antoine Pierce, part 2. Antoine Pierce is a Democrat who is running for U.S. Senate in Louisiana to defeat Bill Cassidy and get to work fighting for the working poor and strengthening the middle class. Antoine is running against Bill Cassidy. He's a lifelong resident of Baton Rouge. Since his teen years, he has been a dedicated servant of his community. As one of seven children, Antoine grew up in a lower middle class home filled with love, wholesome...
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Jun 28, 2020 Bruce R. Magee
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Huey Long. "Share our Wealth" speech. Criticism of FDR. Proposals for the Depression.
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Jun 26, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 371. Part 1 of our interview with Antoine Pierce. Antoine is a Democrat who is running for U.S. Senate in Louisiana to defeat Bill Cassidy and get to work fighting for the working poor and strengthening the middle class. Antoine is running against Bill Cassidy. He's a lifelong resident of Baton Rouge. Since his teen years, he has been a dedicated servant of his community. As one of seven children, Antoine grew up in a lower middle class home filled with...
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Jun 19, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 370. Part 2 of our interview with Skylar Dean. Hundreds gathered in Ruston on Thursday, June 4, to march and protest against racial injustice in response to George Floyd's death. The march began on Louisiana Tech's campus and ended at city hall. It was organized by Louisiana Tech student Skylar Dean, along with help from her roommates. Dean said she believes it's everyone's responsibility to speak up against racial injustice. "If you think institutional...
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Jun 12, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 369. Skylar Dean, part 1. Organizer of Black Lives Matter protest in Ruston, LA. This week in Louisiana history. June 15, 2015. Blaze Starr, dancer linked to Earl K. Long, dead at 83. This week in New Orleans history. Melvin Lloyd ("Mel") Parnell, born in New Orleans on June 13, 1922, was a Major League Baseball left-handed starting pitcher. This week in Louisiana. Beauregard Watermelon Festival June 26th, 2020 - June 27th, 2020 Beauregard Parish...
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Jun 4, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 368. We talk to Carolyn Dunn about Native American stories. Carolyn is a Native American herself, as well as an Assistant Professor of Theatre and Dance at California State University in Los Angeles, the other L.A. She's worked at Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma. Native American stories are a rich part of our heritage, and we discuss that heritage with her today.   This week in Louisiana history. June 6, 1869. Dillard University chartered in New Orleans, La....
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May 30, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 367. We discuss the 8th anniversary of the anthology and the 7th anniversary of the podcast . This week in Louisiana history. May 30, 1862. Union Admiral David Farragut captures Baton Rouge. This week in New Orleans history. The clock at the Lelong entrance to City Park, along with its mound, were bulldozed on Monday May 31, 1982. It had been dedicated on May 24, 1953. Kids used to ride on the 9-foot hands and water kept seeping into the mechanism so park...
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May 22, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast 366. Episode Shawanda Marie, who is a cooking storyteller. "I was born into a family of very creative and talented folks. Some are visual artists, others amazing cooks, educators and then there are the musicians. All artists in their own right. After years of self discovery, I learned that I lean into multiple expressions of creativity and enjoy them equally. I spent so much time wrangling over where I'd place my focus, but I couldn't decide. Actually I refused...
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May 15, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 365. We talk to Shewanda Marie, who is a cooking storyteller. "I was born into a family of very creative and talented folks. Some are visual artists, others amazing cooks, educators and then there are the musicians. All artists in their own right. After years of self discovery, I learned that I lean into multiple expressions of creativity and enjoy them equally. I spent so much time wrangling over where I'd place my focus, but I couldn't decide. Actually...
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May 9, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 364. Jeffrey Barrois. We discuss the next steps for progressives following the end of the Bernie Sanders campaign. Jeff is a fellow podcaster, hosting "Good Morning Comrade," in New Orleans. He is also active in the DSA (Democratic Socialists of Americe), a union activist, and a school teacher in Jefferson Parish. Today he interviews Bruce aboutr Huey Long, his career and politics, and we consider ways that we can tap into the Long legacy today....
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Jeffrey Barrois, progressivism, DSA, Democratic...
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May 1, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast. Episode 363. Jaya McSharma. Jaya returns to the podcast, this time wearing her PPE to let us know how the corona virus response is going in North Louisiana. She also tells us how to protect ourselves from the virus, as well as giving us some helpful tips about what to do if we do catch it. This week in Louisiana history. May 2, 1862. Gen Benjamin Butler's Order #28 is issued. This week in New Orleans history. UNO's Senator Nat G. Kiefer University of New Orleans...
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Apr 24, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 362. Anne Delery McWhorter, part 2. Autism in LA. Anne comes back to the podcast to give us a corona update. How can families cope in a time of quarantine? This week in Louisiana history. April 25, 1870. The Cincinnati Red Stockings play five games in New Orleans (April 25-30), continuing their undefeated streak before losing to the Brooklyn Athletics, 8-7, on June 14, 1870. This week in New Orleans history. Federal troops captured New Orleans on April 25,...
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Apr 17, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 361. Anne Delery McWhorter. Autism in LA. Anne has served on the Parent Advisory Panel at Ochsner Health Care Systems, the Child Health Advisory Panel at Kingsley House, the Restoration Re-Entry Programs and Services, the Member Autism Task Force YMCA of Greater New Orleans. She is the owner and founder at Quiet Calm, LLC. This week in Louisiana history. April 18, 1862. Union fleet begins barrage of Forts Jackson and St. Phillip. This week in New Orleans...
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Apr 10, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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We talk to Joan DeJean about her article in 64 Parishes on the forced emigration of brides from France to Louisiana. Joan focuses on the life of Marie Baron, who was sent to the New World in chains to be a bride for one of the Frenchmen there. She survived the voyage and married Jean Roussin, a farmer living near Natchez, only to lose him and their eldest son in the Natchez Massacre. Listen to the podcast to hear the full story. This week in Louisiana history. April 11, 1833. Capt. Shreve...
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Apr 7, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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English 475/575. Louisiana Literature Louisiana Tech University English Deptarment Bruce R. Magee Lecture Notes 5A. Reid, Whitman, Reizenstein.
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Apr 3, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 359. Marita Woywod Crandle. New Orleans Vampires: History and Legend . feelthebite.com. The place where vampires shop. The boutique features items crafted by local artists. Some of the items include stained glass bats and gargoyles, gothic jewelry, hats, capes and costumes created by our seemstress Lady Angelic, and our famous fortune candles that we have to select for each customer. Visiting the boutique is an experience you will never forget. We like to...
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Apr 2, 2020 Bruce R. Magee
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Louisiana Tech University English 475/575. Louisiana Literature Louisiana Tech University English Deptarment Bruce R. Magee Week 9A
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Apr 2, 2020 Bruce R. Magee
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Apr 2, 2020 Bruce R. Magee
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English 475/575. Louisiana Literature Louisiana Tech University English Deptarment Bruce R. Magee Blogger https://brucermagee.blogspot.com/2020/04/english-475575-9a-havirds.html Notes 9A. The Havirds. http://www2.latech.edu/~bmagee/475-575_la_lit/lectures/09a--havirds/09a--havirds.html
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Mar 27, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode Women in New Orleans . Part 2.  Mary Gehman has actively participated in the New Orleans writing community since the 1970s. She was greatly involved in developing Margaret Media, Inc., which was established in 1981 in New Orleans as the publisher of Distaff , a women's monthly newspaper first published in 1972. Although the newspaper, the only one of its kind in the Deep South, ceased publication in 1982, the company president and one of Distaff's founders,...
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Mar 20, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Mary Gehman, part 1. Women in New Orleans . Part 1.  Mary Gehman has actively participated in the New Orleans writing community since the 1970s. She was greatly involved in developing Margaret Media, Inc., which was established in 1981 in New Orleans as the publisher of Distaff , a women's monthly newspaper first published in 1972. Although the newspaper, the only one of its kind in the Deep South, ceased publication in 1982, the company president and one of Distaff's founders, Mary Gehman,...
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Mar 17, 2020 Bruce R. Magee
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English 475/575. Louisiana Literature Louisiana Tech University English Deptartment Bruce R. Magee Lecture Notes 1B. Tribal Stories
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Mar 13, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 356. Katie Burlison is the curator of the Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses, a museum in the French Quarter (820 St. Louis Street & 818 St. Louis Street). We discuss the history of the Protestant charity, the Christian Woman's Exchange (once a tenant of the Hermann-Grima House) in New Orleans. The Exchange published the Creole Cookery Book in 1885, one of the earliest New Orleans cookbooks. "The Christian Woman’s Exchange was the first New...
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Mar 6, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 355. Laura D. Kelley. Margaret Gaffney Haughery. Women's History Month. This week in Louisiana history. March 7 1830 Gov. Jacques Villere died on his plantation south of N.O. This week in New Orleans history. According to the New Orleans Public Service Riders' Digest , the Knights of Electra first used electricity, in a Carnival parade on March 7, 1889. This week in Louisiana. New Orleans Bourbon Festival. March 11-14, 2020 10:00 am - 11:00 pm New Orleans...
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Feb 29, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 354. John Dufresne. LP&L . John Dufresne is the author of six novels: Louisiana Power & Light, Love Warps the Mind a Little , (both New York Times Notable Books of the Year) Deep in the Shade of Paradise, Requiem, Mass., No Regrets, Coyote, and I Don't Like Where This Is Going .  He also wrote two short story collections: The Way That Water Enters Stone and Johnny Too Bad , as well as three chapbooks: Lethe, Cupid, Time and Love; Well Enough Alone;...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Literature, John Dufresne, LP&L,...
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Feb 23, 2020 Bruce R. Magee
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Bruce R. Magee's lectures English 475/575 -- Louisiana Literature Lecture 2A -- The Ursuline Correspondence Notes are posted here: http://www2.latech.edu/~bmagee/475-575_la_lit/lectures/02a--bayou_cinderella/02a--bayou_cinderella.html
Topics: Louisiana Literature, Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Ursulines, Ursuline nuns,...
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Feb 21, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 353. Bruce A. Craft (English, Foreign Languages, and Cultural Studies): “Redbone Rhetoric—Then and Now: An Exploration of the Literary and Historical Narrative of the Louisiana Redbones.” Bruce explores the history and culture of this tri-racial group living in western Louisiana. This week in Louisiana history. February 22, 1819. In the Adams-Onís Treaty - Spain acknowledges the Sabine River as Louisiana's western boundary. This week in New Orleans...
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Feb 14, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 352. Bruce A. Craft (English, Foreign Languages, and Cultural Studies): “Redbone Rhetoric—Then and Now: An Exploration of the Literary and Historical Narrative of the Louisiana Redbones.” Bruce explores the history and culture of this tri-racial group living in western Louisiana. This week in Louisiana history. February 15 1956 Fed. Judge S. Wright orders desegregation of N.O. schools with "all deliberate speed." This week in New Orleans...
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Feb 11, 2020 Bruce R. Magee
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Bruce R. Magee's Lectures For English 475/575 Louisiana Literature Notes are posted here: http://www2.latech.edu/~bmagee/475-575_la_lit/lectures/02b--liberty_n_jone/02a--liberty.html
Topics: English Lectures, Liberty in Louisiana, James Workman, the Louisiana Purchase
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Feb 8, 2020 Bruce R. Magee
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English 475. Louisiana Literature Louisiana Tech University English Deptarment Bruce R. Magee English 475 Louisiana Literature Lecture 6B. Compair Lapin
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Feb 7, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 351. Michael Henderson, part 2. "I’m proud to have written my story of discovering my ancestors and connecting to the American narrative. And prouder still that my book has been honored with several awards. I invite you to enjoy Got Proof! My Genealogical Journey Through the Use of Documentation ." This week in Louisiana history. February 8, 1898. Grandfather Clause enacted for voting purposes. This week in New Orleans history. Ground was broken...
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Jan 31, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 350. Genealogist Michael Henderson, part 1. "I’m proud to have written my story of discovering my ancestors and connecting to the American narrative. And prouder still that my book has been honored with several awards. I invite you to enjoy Got Proof! My Genealogical Journey Through the Use of Documentation ." This week in Louisiana history. February 1, 1929. Ida B. LeBoeuf became first woman hanged for murder in LA. This week in New Orleans...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Michael J. Henderson, Genealogy, creoles, free...
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Jan 25, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 349. Nathan Rabalais. Part 2. Finding Louisiana . Louisiana French, folk tales. Nathan earned his Ph.D. in French Studies from Tulane University and a Doctorat en Langues et littératures from Université de Poitiers. His research focuses primarily on literatures, cultures, and oral tradition of Francophone North America (primarily Louisiana, Acadia, and Quebec). Professor Rabalais's courses include The Craft of Writing, Heroes, French and Creole Louisiana,...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Nathan Rabalais, Finding Cajun, Louisiana French,...
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Jan 20, 2020 Bruce R. Magee
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English Lectures. English 210. The Nun's Priest Tale. Lecture to notes that are posted here. http://www2.latech.edu/~bmagee/210/chaucer/chaucer--nuns_priest/nuns_priest.html
Topics: English literature, British literature, Chaucer, Nun's priest tale, Chanticleer
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Jan 17, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 348. Nathan Rabalais. part 1. Finding Cajun . Louisiana French, folk tales. Nathan earned his Ph.D. in French Studies from Tulane University and a Doctorat en Langues et littératures from Université de Poitiers. His research focuses primarily on literatures, cultures, and oral tradition of Francophone North America (primarily Louisiana, Acadia, and Quebec). Professor Rabalais's courses include The Craft of Writing, Heroes, French and Creole Louisiana, and...
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Jan 11, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode Dan Mabry, part 2.  About a year ago, Dan started his own podcast in our hometown of Ruston, the Dan Mabry Project. The Idea behind The Dan Mabry Project is "honest conversation, with interesting people". There are no rules here, everyone is welcome, and everyone has a story to tell. I put out a new episode every week! This week in Louisiana history.  January 11, 2016. John Bel Edwards becomes 56th Governor of Louisiana. This week in New Orleans...
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Jan 5, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 346. Dan Mabry, part 1. About a year ago, Dan started his own podcast in our hometown of Ruston, the Dan Mabry Project. The Idea behind The Dan Mabry Project is "honest conversation, with interesting people". There are no rules here, everyone is welcome, and everyone has a story to tell. I put out a new episode every week! This week in Louisiana history.  January 4, 1830 Louisiana State government moved to Donaldsonville from New Orleans....
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Jan 4, 2020 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 346. Dan Mabry, part 1. About a year ago, Dan started his own podcast in our hometown of Ruston, the Dan Mabry Project. The Idea behind The Dan Mabry Project is "honest conversation, with interesting people". There are no rules here, everyone is welcome, and everyone has a story to tell. I put out a new episode every week! This week in Louisiana history.  January 4, 1830 Louisiana State government moved to Donaldsonville from New Orleans....
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Jan 2, 2020 Bruce R. Magee
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English 424. Louisiana Literature Louisiana Tech University English Deptarment Bruce R. Magee English 424 Louisiana Literature Lecture 0A2 Bring Me the Heads of My Enemies This is the lecture for the notes posted here. http://www2.latech.edu/~bmagee/424/lectures/00A--Introduction/00A2--Bring_me_the_heads.html
Topics: Louisiana Tech University, English Department, Louisiana Literature, English 424
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Dec 30, 2019 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Tech University English Deptarment Bruce R. Magee English 424 Louisiana Literature Lecture 0A Notes are posted here: http://www2.latech.edu/~bmagee/424/lectures/00A--Introduction/00A--Introduction.html
Topics: Louisiana Literature, Syllabus
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Dec 27, 2019 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Jeff Barrois, part 2. Bruce's discussion about Huey Long with Jeff Barrois, part 1. Jeff is a fellow podcaster, hosting "Good Morning Comrade," in New Orleans. He is also active in the DSA (Democratic Socialists of Americe), a union activist, and a school teacher in Jefferson Parish. Today he interviews Bruce aboutr Huey Long, his career and politics, and we consider ways that we can tap into the Long legacy today. This interview was originally broadcast on Good Morning Comrade. This...
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Dec 20, 2019 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 344. Discussion about Huey Long with Jeff Barrois, part 1. Jeff is a fellow podcaster, hosting "Good Morning Comrade," in New Orleans. He is also active in the DSA (Democratic Socialists of Americe), a union activist, and a school teacher in Jefferson Parish. Today he interviews Bruce aboutr Huey Long, his career and politics, and we consider ways that we can tap into the Long legacy today. This week in Louisiana history. December 21, 1921. Gov....
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Dec 13, 2019 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Deb Jannerson, part 2. Deb Jannerson is an award-winning author of bildungsroman lit, queer romance, and poetry. Her debut YA book, "The Women of Dauphine Street , is now available from NineStar Press. Her acclaimed poetry collections, "Thanks for Nothing" (Finishing Line Press, 2018) and "Rabbit Rabbit"  (Finishing Line Press, 2016), are available wherever books are sold. More than one hundred of her pieces have appeared in anthologies and magazines, including viral...
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Dec 6, 2019 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 342. Deb Jannerson, part 1. Deb Jannerson is an award-winning author of bildungsroman lit, queer romance, and poetry. Her debut YA book, The Women of Dauphine , is now available from NineStar Press. Her acclaimed poetry collections, Thanks for Nothing (Finishing Line Press, 2018) and Rabbit Rabbit (Finishing Line Press, 2016), are available wherever books are sold. More than one hundred of her pieces have appeared in anthologies and magazines, including viral...
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Nov 29, 2019 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Lamar White, Jr., Editor of the Bayou Brief, visits again to analyze the recent elections in Louisiana. The Bayou Brief had some major scoops this year that influenced the election. Lamar and his reporters serve an important role in bringing out the truth about Louisiana politics. With him is Rob Anderson, who has run for office against Clay Higgins before. This week in Louisiana history. November 30, 1803. As Colonial Prefect - Pierre Laussat formally receives possession of Louisiana for...
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Nov 22, 2019 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 340. Ed. Burcham, part 2.  Feathers of Faith is an autobiographical novel about a young man, disillusioned by a caustic religious upbringing, who strays into a self destructive lifestyle. He finds temporary peace in a religion that centers on new age mysticism and tribal ceremonies. He then finds that the spirits that now haunt him can only be driven away by the grace and forgiveness of Jesus Christ. This week in Louisiana history. November 23, 1812. Alan...
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Nov 15, 2019 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 339. Ed. Burcham, part 1. Feathers of Faith is an autobiographical novel about a young man, disillusioned by a caustic religious upbringing, who strays into a self destructive lifestyle. He finds temporary peace in a religion that centers on new age mysticism and tribal ceremonies. He then finds that the spirits that now haunt him can only be driven away by the grace and forgiveness of Jesus Christ. This week in Louisiana history. November 16, 1768. Antoinio...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology, Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Ed Burcham, Feathers of Faith
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Nov 8, 2019 Bruce R. Magee and Stephen Payne
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Louisiana Anthology Podcast Episode 338. Part 2 of our interview with Winston Ho about Asian history in New Orleans. Winston is a graduate student in the Department of History at the University of New Orleans (UNO), specializing in early twentieth-century China and Chinese American history in New Orleans. He holds an undergraduate degree in history and Chinese language from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, under the Department of History and the Department of Asian Languages and...
Topics: Louisiana Anthology Podcast, Louisiana Anthology, Winston Ho, Asians in New Orleans, Chinese in New...