Historiographographology?

Tired of all the arcane vocabulary that comes along with academic history? (Not that it is the only specialty to indulge in this rather dubious pursuit, by any means.) Here is a song that will give you a chuckle. I got it from The Astonishing Adventures of Kid Neutrino, recommended to me by my colleague at York University, Ron Sheese. Apparently it first appeared on a now-defunct CBC Radio 1 program called “and sometimes y.” I do not know who wrote it or who performs it, but it is a fun way (for eggheads like us) to spend a couple of minutes nonetheless.

About Christopher Green

Professor of Psychology at York University (Toronto). Former editor of the Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. Creator of the "Classics in the History of Psychology" website and of the "This Week in the History of Psychology" podcast series.

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