Oct. 23, 2014   50°F   School Closings
Listen Live WCPN / WCLV
ideastream
Mission 4
Values 1
Values 2
Values 3
Vision 3
Vision 4
Vision 5
Values 4
Values 5
Values 6
Vision 1
Vision 2

Choose a station:

90.3 WCPN
WCLV 104.9
WVIZ/PBS

Choose a station:

90.3 WCPN
WCLV 104.9
WVIZ/PBS
Pledge your support to 90.3 WCPN ideastream now!
The Sound of Ideas

Learning About Cleveland’s History

Posted Thursday, October 10, 2013

Share on Facebook Share Share on Twitter Tweet

Learning About Cleveland’s History Cleveland might be named for Moses Cleaveland, but he never lived here. Lorenzo Carter was the first to settle on the banks of the Cuyahoga in 1797. There's a new college class on Cleveland history, a slick mobile app, and, on the 25th anniversary of its publishing, some high-tech updates for the online Encyclopedia of Cleveland History. Let's stroll down Cleveland's memory lane.

Tags

Arts and Culture, History, Community/Human Interest

Guests

Mark Souther, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Center for Public History and Digital Humanities at CSU
John Grabowski, Associate Professor in Applied History at CWRU and Historian and Senior Vice President for Research and Publications at WRHS

Additional Information

Teaching Cleveland
Center for Public History and Digital Humanities

To contact the CSU Center for Public History and Digital Humanities, call (216) 687-2172 or email

Leave a Comment

Please follow our community discussion rules when composing your comments.

RSS RSS Podcast Podcast

Live Video Stream

Watch the Sound of Ideas live

Watch the Sound of Ideas during the broadcast - view now! Live video stream available during normal broadcast, Mon-Fri, 9-10 AM (EST).

About

Every weekday at 9:00 AM (EST), The Sound of Ideas reports the news, explains the news, and sometimes makes news. The Cleveland Press Club awarded it “Best Radio Show” in Ohio and thousands daily find it to be an indispensable source of information about what’s most important to Northeast Ohioans.

Interact with The Sound of Ideas

During the show: 216-578-0903 or 866-578-0903
Last Word line: 216-916-6397 or email
Show ideas & comments? Contact Executive Editor, David Molpus.

Twitter: @soundofideas

Facebook

Recently Featured all entries

Air Dates

90.3 WCPN
Weekdays 9:00 AM

The Ohio Channel
Weekdays 9:00 AM

Funding for Ideas & The Sound of Ideas

Funding for Ideas/Sound of Ideas comes from The George Gund Foundation, The Cleveland Foundation, Eaton Corporation Charitable Fund, the George W. Codrington Charitable Foundation, The Robert O. and Annamae Orr Family Foundation, and the Nord Family Foundation.