Welcome to a special 3-part mini-series examining the Museum’s exhibit Victorian Tweets and the people who inspired it: the Victorians.
Victorian Tweets juxtaposes daily Victorian life found in newspapers, diaries, letters, and ephemera against the modern Twitterverse. The archival documents found in the exhibit and included in the special podcast mini-series are interesting, quirky, mundane, snappy, rude, and pointless: just like Twitter.
As modern, progressive people of the 21st century we enjoy a certain distance from the romanticized and contradictory Victorian period but are we really that different from our Victorian ancestors?
On this second episode of the special podcast series, we’ll explore our chronological identity. Wait. What? Our chronological identity? Listen to the episode to find out more.
But first: listen to E602, the first episode in this mini-series.
Listen and subscribe on iTunes, SoundCloud, Google Podcasts, and Spotify (STCM Podcasts).
Victorian Tweets runs through to March, 2021 at the St. Catharines Museum & Welland Canals Centre, which is open to the public by donation.
View the virtual edition of the exhibition here on our blog.