Season 3, Episode 4: The Two Monsieurs

In 1836, Monsieurs Pierret and Lami-Housset transformed fashion when they opened the first shirt store in Paris. Their radical feat? They tailored a shirt.

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Season 3, Episode 3: The Real Housewives of Medieval London

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Housekeeping is not timeless, but subject to economic changes, and demographics, and ideological beliefs. Why is housekeeping associated with women? And how do global disasters influence housekeeping and amplify patriarchy?

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Season 3, Episode 2: Navigating Pregnancy: A Century of Prenatal Care´┐╝

In 1930 the Children’s Bureau detailed a schedule of prenatal visits during pregnancy. And there the schedule sat while the world changed for nearly 100 years.

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Season 3, Episode 1: Music Time in Africa

Duty called in 1941, and duty called again in 1964. But what happened when music came to be a weapon in the information wars of the Cold War?

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