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Doctoral candidate Rachael Vause has been appointed as the research assistant for Drinking with Historians, a bi-weekly webcast sponsored by Virginia Tech. During each episode, hosts Matthew Gabriele, professor of medieval studies at Virginia Tech, and Varsha Venkatasubramanian, doctoral candidate in American history at UC Berkeley, discuss the past over a virtual cocktail with an esteemed scholar. Vause will support the webcast by researching and assisting guests, and managing communications, including the website, email and social media.
The first episode of the show's second season will air Friday, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m. (ET). Gabriele and Venkatasubramanian will speak with Dr. Sara Georgini, She is the series editor for The Papers of John Adams, part of The Adams Papers editorial project at the Massachusetts Historical Society, and the author of Household Gods: The Religious Lives of the Adams Family. Georgini also writes about American history, thought and culture for Smithsonian Magazine. The historians will discuss presidencies, inaugurations and other related topics.
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