Podcast at MIT Press

18 02 2009

I received an email from Johna Picco at MIT Press asking that I pass along a link to their first  journal podcast, available on their website.

ipodFeatured initially in the December 2008 issue of The New England Quarterly, “From Mashantucket to Appomattox: The Native American Veterans of Connecticut’s Volunteer Regiments and the Union Army,” is a unique perspective on Native American involvement in the Civil War. Listen as author and host, David Naumec along with The New England Quarterly’s own Board of Directors, Bill Fowler, discuss Naumec’s most recent work. 

For more information I urge you to visit our Journal’s Podcast page: http://www.mitpressjournals.org/page/podcasts

You will find both the podcast, as well as Naumec’s original piece feature in The New England Quarterly.

Cool concept.  I recommend reading the article first, then taking in the podcast.  Hopefully we’ll be seeing more of this stuff – maybe it will help make an hour on the elliptical or treadmill a little more bearable.



2 responses

19 02 2009

Not only a very cool way to deliver content, but a very interesting topic as well. I can’t say that I have ever seen anything written about New England’s Native American population serving in the Union army.



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