Revisionist History- Ep.#1: The Lady Vanishes In the late 19th century, a painting titled The Roll Call, by a virtually unknown artist, took England by storm.
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Matty C 24
It's up to all of us to find out the truth for ourselves. I Iove how this podcast challenges us to look at things we take for granted and think more critically about the world around us. Fabulous job.
Gladwell is a master storyteller, and is exploring some extremely intriguing stories. His topics are not only interesting, but have gotten me to think about how his analysis and conclusions apply to things I am doing.
I am a loyal podcast listener. To me, television is so “yesterday”. Podcasts are where its at - and I am hooked on Mr. Gladwell’s interpretation of historical events. His unique perspective is riveting and thought provoking. Keep up the good work!!
Gladwell is at the top of his game with this podcast! Thought provoking, insightful and emotional.
Love this series. Gladwell is thoughtful and takes a balanced view to his topics. His approach is unique and intriguing and he rarely ends up where you think he is going.
Often brings new perspective to a person or event you thought you knew. Thoroughly entertaining and interesting.
Interesting and really well done. Liberal ideas presented with rational arguments and a level headedness you can really get behind.
Malcolm for president- everything he says is spot on!!!
Revisionist History has redefined what my favorite kind of journalism is!
Absolutely brilliant and thought provoking! Well done!
The story telling is good, but the logic of the arguments underpinning the narrative is full of holes.
A lost Australian
Loved your first episode in the first season. Wish you could review it in light of Australian Politics now with Julie Bishop.
Chuck Norris dick is so hard that it can drill through steel.
Brilliantly crafted podcasts covering not necessarily all the major moments in history but stories and perspectives never considered or covered in mainstream media. Absolutely addictive.
So engaging. Makes my commute so much more enjoyable
Malcom Gladwell is so articulate it’s sexy. Intelligent, funny and thought provoking. Not to be missed.
I love this podcast. I only discovered it because it was mentioned on a film podcast I listen to. This is not just shining a light on certain historical episodes I was only vaguely aware of, it is changing how I current affairs as well. GB
In a trademark style that’s as concise as it is compassionate Malcom Gladwell educates me for free! Thank you Malcom and team. GB
Almost incredible, detailed analysis of pockets of history delivered in a clean, understandable style by Malcolm. Should come with an addictive warning! GB
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Revisionist History Wiki
Revisionism may refer to: Historical revisionism, the critical re-examination of presumed historical facts and existing historiography The "revisionists" school of thought in Soviet and Communist studies, as opposed to the Cold War "traditionalists" school. Historical negationism, a particular form of historical revisionism concerned with the denial of claims accepted by mainstream historians Revisionist School of Islamic Studies, which questions whether the traditional accounts about Islam's early times are reliable historical sources Revisionist Zionism, a nationalist faction within the Zionist movement Marxist revisionism, a pejorative term used by some Marxists to describe ideas based on a revision of fundamental Marxist premises Revisionism (Spain), a derogatory term used in Spanish historiographic debate Fictional revisionism, the retelling of a story with substantial alterations in character or environment, to "revise" the view shown in the original work Territorial revisionism, a euphemism for revanchism or irredentism Revisionism Theory, another word for Reformism The reevaluation of one's experiences with a hindsight bias. Revisionist History, Malcolm Gladwell, Panoply Media,
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- The white southerners who changed their views on racism - In a follow-up to our piece on US southerners’ views on race, we talk to people about their racial miseducation The first song Krista Hinman learned to play on the piano was Dixie, the de facto battle hymn of the Confederate States of America. She learned the…
- The age of the lobsters: when underarm bowling was king | Simon Burnton - It has not been seen regularly in a first-class game for almost 100 years but there was a time when ‘lob’ bowling was highly successful and used to humiliate batsmen into getting out There is a particularly interesting episode of Revisionist History, Malcolm …
- What do you think of when you think of a cowboy? - In Texas and Louisiana, Creole cowboys are correcting our perceptions – and it starts with ‘trail rides’. Hop on and join the fun Pickup trucks started pouring into the tiny town of Calvert, smack in the middle of Texas’s four metropoles. Some pulled wagons w…