3 of 5
The professor is obviously very knowledgeable and intelligent. And she knows how to deliver a great lecture. However, I find it distracting that she is so flip about these events. I appreciate some level of humor in lectures, but she goes too far with it. I am serious about wanting to better understand this period of history, but her constant snickering and cackling is very distracting. Certainly some of the founding fathers are not buffoons.
klacp via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/21/11
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The woman delivering these lectures is desperate for the audience to think she's funny, which unfortunately guarantees that she's not. She also rambles quite a bit. If you can put up with those factors then there's some great information there.
jmbailey8199 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/22/11
Okay, not really, but it is an enjoyable, interesting, and fully educational experience. Joanne B. Freeman is a welcome guest in my home anytime.
wyrdbyrd via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/20/12
This is an incredible lecture series. She doesn't just teach the course, she lives it and the interaction she has with her audience is inspiring. The interjecting of her own personal research discoveries is while she writes these lectures leaves you with more of a conversation, rather than...Read full review »
Scrappin' Annie via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/10/11
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