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Mailbag: Joan of Arc, details about the RP book, and RP for kids?
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Book Tour Update
I've got more details on where you can see me in Durham, Atlanta, Louisville, Chicago, DC, NYC, and Boston!
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RP on HiFi History Podcast!
The HiFi History podcast covered RP - and contacted the folk at Central Michigan University to interview them about the course they've been doing!
The exiled daughter of a deposed ruler, she could have been a fairytale bridge between worlds - but fairy tales are not real. Benazir, whose name means "without flaw," was anything but.
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Muslim sultan who took the throne, defeated Louis IX in battle, ransomed him back to France for 30% of their GDP --- and did it all in secret.
Mother Jones (Mary Harris Jones)
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Mekatilili wa Menza
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Isabel Godin des Odonais
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