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Change Over Time

Daniel Horowitz Garcia

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Change Over Time

Change Over Time

Daniel Horowitz Garcia

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As the library asks, "What do you geek?" I geek science fiction, fantasy, the outdoors, critical race theory, politics, organizing, among other things. Mostly, I geek history. So I've tied all that together into one podcast. Change Over Time is a podcast using historical thinking to explore geekiness. Sometimes I’ll be reporting from the field. Other times I’ll explore how different ideas, theories, or methods used by historians can be used by non-historians. I’ll also release edited pieces of oral histories I’ve done with interesting people. Sign up for the Alternative Historian newsletter to keep up to date.

Latest Episodes

Geeking with Ed Hall

EThis episode features great conversations with fascinating folks. Edward Austin Hall is a writer, editor, poet, and journalist living in Atlanta. This is Change Over Time, a history podcast where I historically think about things I geek. More information at changeovertimepodcast.com. Music Credits: Dhalius, "Wonderful Canvas of Life” Sean Hayes, “Alabama Chicken” Dhalius, “Todos Somos Una Sola Vida Grandiosa” Art of Escapism, “Don’t Feel So Low”

28 MIN2019 ENE. 25
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Geeking with Ed Hall

Change Over Time 23

The mid-term elections are days away, but what happens after? Emery Wright and Stephanie Guilloud are co-directors of Project South. They talk about the mission of Project South, what’s drives them, and the need to be one’s whole self. They also talk about the need for organization, vision, and hope. More info @ changeovertimepodcast.com This episode launches the Feeling Political series on Change Over Time. Feeling Political explores the interaction between politics, emotions, and action.

23 MIN2018 NOV. 1
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Change Over Time 23

Change Over Time

For a few weeks last year a comic shop became a center of calm. Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico hard. College students were stranded, not knowing what happened to their families. Gilberto welcomed them all into his capsule of geekdom. This is the final installment of the Aftermath series, a look at Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria through the lens of my family. We talk about geeks, and how the community can help even when you don’t know it can.

13 MIN2018 OCT. 26
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Change Over Time

Change Over Time 22

On January 28, 2017 Trump banned people from certain countries from coming into the US. The Muslim Ban was met with immediate nationwide protests. This is a selection of interviews from the Atlanta airport protests held on January 29, 2017. This episode is part of the Feeling Political series, a collection that examines the intersection of feelings, politics, and action. Stay tuned and check in regularly at changeovertimepodcast.com

8 MIN2018 OCT. 26
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Change Over Time 22

Feeling Political: Mom and Walda

Another in the Feeling Political series, a collection that looks at the interaction of emotion, politics, and action. When the Inauguration came I did the only reasonable thing: I ran to my mommy. We will hear from Doña Edna, a retired RN, former union member, Independista, and my mom. Also Walda Katz-Fishman, a professor and founder of Project South. She doesn’t pull punches about the political situation but speaks plainly about what we need to do. Find out more at changeovertimepodcast.com.

10 MIN2018 OCT. 26
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Feeling Political: Mom and Walda

Change Over Time 20

Change Over Time is featuring another in the Feeling Political series, a collection about feelings, politics, and action. This episode features Rita Valenti and Bruce Dixon. Rita, a former board member of Project South and state legislator, thinks we should be asking better questions. Bruce, a writer and editor with Black Agenda Report as well as an activist with the Georgia Green Party, has thoughts on what we should fight for and how we should do it.Find out more at changeovertimepodcast.com.

12 MIN2018 OCT. 26
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Change Over Time 20

Change Over Time 19

Change Over Time hosts another episode in the Feeling Political series, a collection of interviews where I look at how feelings, politics, and action intersect. This episode is a speech by long-time organizer and musician Eric Ward. Given after the November 2016 election, but before Inauguration, Eric lays out what one can expect in the first days of the Trump administration and gives some advice about how to get prepared.Find out more at changeovertimepodcast.com.

21 MIN2018 OCT. 26
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Change Over Time 19

Change Over Time 18

This episode launches the Feeling Political series on Change Over Time. Feeling Political explores the interaction between politics, emotions, and action. In this episode we hear from Abbie Illenberger and Rose Brewer, board members of Project South. I interviewed both women at the 30th anniversary celebration of Project South back in November 2016 just after the election. We also have some bonus content from George Ciccariello-Maher who points out some possible opportunities for organizing.

11 MIN2018 OCT. 26
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Change Over Time 18

Aftermath: My Mother

I start with my mother, Dona Edna Garcia. I had visited Puerto Rico at Thanksgiving last year to see my family and I shoved a microphone in their faces.I talk with my mom about what it was like after Maria hit but mostly about how the politics of the island could change.Originally I aired this as two episodes, but I’ve combined them here.

29 MIN2018 SEP. 24
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Aftermath: My Mother

Aftermath: Otras Voces Más Voces

Additional content about putting the aftermath of Hurricane Maria into historical context. This bonus of Change Over Time includes an interview with Vicki Daniel, a PhD candidate specializing in body identification in the wake of disasters. There are also interviews with volunteers at Buen Provecho, the Puerto Rican restaurant in Atlanta taking donations.

11 MIN2018 SEP. 22
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Aftermath: Otras Voces Más Voces

Latest Episodes

Geeking with Ed Hall

EThis episode features great conversations with fascinating folks. Edward Austin Hall is a writer, editor, poet, and journalist living in Atlanta. This is Change Over Time, a history podcast where I historically think about things I geek. More information at changeovertimepodcast.com. Music Credits: Dhalius, "Wonderful Canvas of Life” Sean Hayes, “Alabama Chicken” Dhalius, “Todos Somos Una Sola Vida Grandiosa” Art of Escapism, “Don’t Feel So Low”

28 MIN2019 ENE. 25
Comments
Geeking with Ed Hall

Change Over Time 23

The mid-term elections are days away, but what happens after? Emery Wright and Stephanie Guilloud are co-directors of Project South. They talk about the mission of Project South, what’s drives them, and the need to be one’s whole self. They also talk about the need for organization, vision, and hope. More info @ changeovertimepodcast.com This episode launches the Feeling Political series on Change Over Time. Feeling Political explores the interaction between politics, emotions, and action.

23 MIN2018 NOV. 1
Comments
Change Over Time 23

Change Over Time

For a few weeks last year a comic shop became a center of calm. Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico hard. College students were stranded, not knowing what happened to their families. Gilberto welcomed them all into his capsule of geekdom. This is the final installment of the Aftermath series, a look at Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria through the lens of my family. We talk about geeks, and how the community can help even when you don’t know it can.

13 MIN2018 OCT. 26
Comments
Change Over Time

Change Over Time 22

On January 28, 2017 Trump banned people from certain countries from coming into the US. The Muslim Ban was met with immediate nationwide protests. This is a selection of interviews from the Atlanta airport protests held on January 29, 2017. This episode is part of the Feeling Political series, a collection that examines the intersection of feelings, politics, and action. Stay tuned and check in regularly at changeovertimepodcast.com

8 MIN2018 OCT. 26
Comments
Change Over Time 22

Feeling Political: Mom and Walda

Another in the Feeling Political series, a collection that looks at the interaction of emotion, politics, and action. When the Inauguration came I did the only reasonable thing: I ran to my mommy. We will hear from Doña Edna, a retired RN, former union member, Independista, and my mom. Also Walda Katz-Fishman, a professor and founder of Project South. She doesn’t pull punches about the political situation but speaks plainly about what we need to do. Find out more at changeovertimepodcast.com.

10 MIN2018 OCT. 26
Comments
Feeling Political: Mom and Walda

Change Over Time 20

Change Over Time is featuring another in the Feeling Political series, a collection about feelings, politics, and action. This episode features Rita Valenti and Bruce Dixon. Rita, a former board member of Project South and state legislator, thinks we should be asking better questions. Bruce, a writer and editor with Black Agenda Report as well as an activist with the Georgia Green Party, has thoughts on what we should fight for and how we should do it.Find out more at changeovertimepodcast.com.

12 MIN2018 OCT. 26
Comments
Change Over Time 20

Change Over Time 19

Change Over Time hosts another episode in the Feeling Political series, a collection of interviews where I look at how feelings, politics, and action intersect. This episode is a speech by long-time organizer and musician Eric Ward. Given after the November 2016 election, but before Inauguration, Eric lays out what one can expect in the first days of the Trump administration and gives some advice about how to get prepared.Find out more at changeovertimepodcast.com.

21 MIN2018 OCT. 26
Comments
Change Over Time 19

Change Over Time 18

This episode launches the Feeling Political series on Change Over Time. Feeling Political explores the interaction between politics, emotions, and action. In this episode we hear from Abbie Illenberger and Rose Brewer, board members of Project South. I interviewed both women at the 30th anniversary celebration of Project South back in November 2016 just after the election. We also have some bonus content from George Ciccariello-Maher who points out some possible opportunities for organizing.

11 MIN2018 OCT. 26
Comments
Change Over Time 18

Aftermath: My Mother

I start with my mother, Dona Edna Garcia. I had visited Puerto Rico at Thanksgiving last year to see my family and I shoved a microphone in their faces.I talk with my mom about what it was like after Maria hit but mostly about how the politics of the island could change.Originally I aired this as two episodes, but I’ve combined them here.

29 MIN2018 SEP. 24
Comments
Aftermath: My Mother

Aftermath: Otras Voces Más Voces

Additional content about putting the aftermath of Hurricane Maria into historical context. This bonus of Change Over Time includes an interview with Vicki Daniel, a PhD candidate specializing in body identification in the wake of disasters. There are also interviews with volunteers at Buen Provecho, the Puerto Rican restaurant in Atlanta taking donations.

11 MIN2018 SEP. 22
Comments
Aftermath: Otras Voces Más Voces
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