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Colonial Williamsburg: Past & Present: Podcasts


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Feb 2
2009

African American Programs at 30

African American programming adapts through the decades. Harvey Bakari outlines the goals of interpreting Williamsburg's enslaved population.

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Nov 26
2007

Playing the Part

Taking the shape of a founding father calls for equal parts of preparation and imagination. Interpreters John Hamant and Steve Holloway detail the process.

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Mar 19
2007

Anthropologist to the Past

Distinguished Visiting Professor Rhys Isaac's 1970 encounter with Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area set the course for his career.

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Sep 18
2006

Researching Revolutionary Citizens

Actor-interpreter Corinne Dame talks about the continual research necessary to give a living and accurate portrayal of Williamsburg's 18th-century citizens.

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Jul 11
2005

Fife and Drum Major

A passion for the music and a love of history motivate Lance Pedigo to work with young people entering the Fifes and Drums of Colonial Williamsburg.

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Jul 7
2005

Instructor of Interpreters

Rose McAphee trains Colonial Williamsburg interpreters to deal with the unexpected.

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