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The Hidden History of Holidays

Narrated by: Hannah Harvey
Length: 8 hrs and 3 mins
Categories: History, World
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Our favorite moments from The Hidden History of the Holidays

Chapter Three – Lecture Two
  • Chapter Three – Lecture Two
Christmas
Chapter Fourteen – Lecture Thirteen
  • Chapter Fourteen – Lecture Thirteen
Mother's Day
Chapter Nineteen – Lecture Eighteen
  • Chapter Nineteen – Lecture Eighteen
Halloween

  • Chapter Three – Lecture Two
  • Christmas
  • Chapter Fourteen – Lecture Thirteen
  • Mother's Day
  • Chapter Nineteen – Lecture Eighteen
  • Halloween

About the Professor

Dr. Hannah B. Harvey is an award-winning teacher, an internationally recognized performer, and a nationally known professional storyteller. She earned her PhD in Performance Studies/Communication Studies at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While teaching at Kennesaw State University, she received an Honors Program Distinguished Teacher award and an Alumni Association Commendation for Teaching Impact. As a performance ethnographer, Dr. Harvey develops oral histories into theatrical and solo storytelling works that highlight the true stories of contemporary Appalachian people. Her performance, Out of the Dark: The Oral Histories of Appalachian Coal Miners, earned her a directing award from adjudicators at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in 2007 and three year-end awards from professional critics in 2005. Harvey’s written research has been honored by the American Folklore Society and has been featured in Storytelling, Self, and Society, of which she is managing editor.

Dr. Harvey has delivered award-winning performances and has conducted workshops at festivals and universities in the United States and around the world. She has performed as a featured teller at the National Storytelling Festival in Tennessee; received accolades for her performances at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland; and led intercultural workshops at the University Hassan II, Ben M’Sik, in Casablanca, Morocco.

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