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The Bitchery of History
Bitches Get Stuff Done!
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February 18, 2019 08:53 AM PST

This week, we’re pulling one from the vaults as Max and Allison discuss two women who changed the course of history. The first, a girl born to the bear keeper of Constantinople, climbed her way up to the pinnacle of society and became one of the most influential women in the history of the world; the second, a mythological figure from the dawn of creation, became the first demon when she refused to succumb to man: The Empress Theodora and Lilith. / This episode originally aired on April 4, 2016. / Intro and Ad Music provided by BenSound.com / Logo Art by Lauren Cierzan / Join the Conversation! thebitcheryofhistory.com / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Max: @QuirkyTitle Allison: @AHPowell91 / The Team: Janette Danielson (@Neddie94), Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree), and Jess Lee (@jessmlee).

February 04, 2019 12:41 AM PST

This week, Max and Allison talk about two women who wrote their way into the history books. The first, a dame of the British empire, holds several Guinness World Record for her prolific number of published romantic works; the second, arguably the mother of an entire genre of literature, was known primarily during her lifetime as her husband’s wife: Barbara Cartland and Mary Shelley. /

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Logo Art by Lauren Cierzan /

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Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91 /

The Team:

Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

January 21, 2019 12:09 AM PST

This week, Allison, Max, and Janette talk about three women who conquered their obstacles and then some. The first, the brain behind the triumph of Hearst Castle and over 200 other buildings still standing today, was California’s first licensed female architect; The second, a woman known around the world for being both deaf and blind, was so much more than you learned in school and then some; The third, a luminary whose life ended much too soon, became the first black woman to have a show produced on Broadway: Julia Morgan, Helen Keller, and Lorraine Hansberry. /

Intro and Ad Music provided by BenSound.com /
Logo Art by Lauren Cierzan /

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thebitcheryofhistory.com / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram /

Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91 /

The Team:

Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Kimberly Coscia (@KimberlyGrace48)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

January 06, 2019 10:45 PM PST

This week, Max and Allison talk about two women who put everything on the line for their countries. The first, a queen celebrated in India to this day, rode into battle with a sword in each hand and her son tied behind her back; the second, long time mistress and partner to Simón Bolivar in his revolutionary cause, earned herself the title the liberator of liberators and eventually the Order of the Sun: Lakshmibai, the Rani of Jhansi and Manuela Sáenz. /

Intro and Ad Music provided by BenSound.com /
Logo Art by Lauren Cierzan /

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thebitcheryofhistory.com / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram /

Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91 /

The Team:

Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Kimberly Coscia (@KimberlyGrace48)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

December 23, 2018 10:15 AM PST

This week, Allison and Max talk about two women who are more spirit and legend than flesh and blood. The first, a bodhisattva associated with compassion, her name translates to [The One Who] Perceives the Sounds of the World; the second, both a singular diety and a collection spirits, is venerated to this day by priests and priestesses who practice the divining arts: Guanyin and Mami Wata. /

Intro and Ad Music provided by BenSound.com /
Logo Art by Lauren Cierzan /

Join the Conversation!

thebitcheryofhistory.com / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram /

Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91 /

The Team:

Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Kimberly Coscia (@KimberlyGrace48)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

December 17, 2018 04:00 AM PST

This week, Max is joined by Wednesday Martin. The New York Times best-selling author of Primates of Park Avenue discusses history, anthropology, her new book Untrue, and a lady bit about Marlene Dietrich. /

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Logo Art by Lauren Cierzan /

Join the Conversation! /

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Max: @QuirkyTitle /
Allison: @AHPowell91 /

The Team:

Janette Danielson (@Neddie94), /
Kimberly Coscia (@KimberlyGrace48), /
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree), /
Jess Lee (@jessmlee) /

December 17, 2018 04:00 AM PST

This episode originally aired February 22, 2016:

This week, Allison and Max talk about two women who did it first. The first, a woman who smashed glass ceilings left and right, became the first African American woman to run for president; the second, a plaintiff in the suit that ended bus segregation in Alabama, refused to give up her seat 9 months before Rosa Parks: Shirley Chisholm and Claudette Colvin. /

Intro and Ad Music provided by BenSound.com /
Logo Art by Lauren Cierzan /

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thebitcheryofhistory.com / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram /

Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91 /

The Team:

Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Kimberly Coscia (@KimberlyGrace48)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

December 10, 2018 04:00 AM PST

This week, Max and Allison talk about two women whose deeds were almost completely carried out unseen and unknown. The first, a woman born into Chinese royalty, finds a life of espionage and intrigue after her family's dispossession; the second, a woman almost completely lost to history, served in George Washington's spy ring during the Revolutionary War: Kawashima Yoshiko and Agent 355. /

Intro and Ad Music provided by BenSound.com /
Logo Art by Lauren Cierzan /

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Facebook.com/umpboh /

Twitter.com/bitcherypodcast /
Instagram.com/thebitcheryofhistory /

Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91 /

The Team:

Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Kimberly Coscia (@KimberlyGrace48)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

November 26, 2018 04:00 AM PST

This week, Allison and Max and Allison talk about three medicine women who pushed what was possible. The first, a rising star cut down by a horrible accident, finds her way back up; the second, a woman who lost everything but the clothes on her back, soon found herself in the company of the King; the third, a woman in the right place at the right time with the right skills, became the first African-American doctor in the USA: Mary Verghese, Louise Bourgeois Boursier, Rebecca Lee Crumpler. /

Intro and Ad Music provided by BenSound.com /
Logo Art by Lauren Cierzan /

Join the Conversation!

thebitcheryofhistory.com /

Facebook.com/umpboh /

Twitter.com/bitcherypodcast /
Instagram.com/thebitcheryofhistory /

Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91 /

The Team:

Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Kimberly Coscia (@KimberlyGrace48)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

November 12, 2018 04:00 AM PST

This week, Max and Allison talk about two nordic women who achieved momentous discoveries. The first, an influential noblewoman in her own right, discovered uses for potatoes that are still famous the world around; the second, an influential scientist and noblewoman, is often overshadowed by her older brother: Eva Ekeblad and Sophia Brahe. /

Intro and Ad Music provided by BenSound.com /
Logo Art by Lauren Cierzan /

Join the Conversation!

thebitcheryofhistory.com /

Facebook.com/umpboh /

Twitter.com/bitcherypodcast /
Instagram.com/thebitcheryofhistory /

Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91 /

The Team:

Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Kimberly Coscia (@KimberlyGrace48)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

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