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UNC History Department’s Digital History Lab is very excited to announce the first episode in their new podcast, “The Past Presented.” The podcast aims to examine the tools, techniques, and technologies that historians use to study the past through interviews with its practitioners. In the first episode, Maddie McGrady and Sarah Miles sat down with UNC PhD candidate Nathan Gill to talk about how GIS software helped him turn the map– literally and figurately– on the Ecuadorian Andes and reimage assumptions about geography and regions of human contact that have long dominated the field of Ecuadorian history.

You can listen to the podcast on Spotify or Anchor podcasts on the DHL’s website here.

The DHL would like to extend its sincerest thanks to its current and former work-study undergraduate students Cameron Neale and Dustin Duong for all their work on the production of this podcast, from recording to production and editing.

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