In Relevant History, solo podcaster Dan Toler examines the trends and ideas that shape our modern world. The first season is about the idea of nationalism, and how different societies understand their national identities. From France to Ethiopia, from the Delhi Sultanate to the Dutch Republic, we travel through time and space to explore the roots of cultures around the world, and how those national trends have shaped their history.
The History Voyager (2nd Interview)
Dan returns to The History Voyager to chat with host Ben Kitchings about the Fall of Rome.
Dan sits down with Christian Carrion from the Stranger Than Christian podcast. They discuss reading fiction as opposed to nonfiction, cassette tapes, public transportation, and disturbing ways to die. Additional episodes of Christian's podcast can be found at StrangerThanChristian.com.
Dan talks to Michael "Fritz" Fritzius, marketing guru and podcast expert extraordinaire. This is an "inside baseball"-type conversation where we discuss how the sausage is made.
Dan chats with the boys about historical conspiracy theories. Is Hitler in Argentina with Biggie and Tupac? Did aliens build the pyramids? Dan does his best to remain sane when he doesn't have all the answers.
Dan talks with Ben Kitchings, host of The History Voyager podcast. They discuss the origin story of the Ark of the Covenant, the Coronavirus pandemic, and other miscellaneous topics.
The Common Sense Report With Manuel Salazar
Dan sits down with Manuel to discuss the nature of popular history, how future historians may view modern times, and what happens when an entire town is unknowingly dosed with a powerful hallucinogen.