An Armchair Historians Podcast Hosted by Anne Marie Cannon
Anne Marie talks to do-gooder Corinna Bellizzi, host and producer of the Care More. Be Better. podcast. Corinna reaches back to her anthropology roots and shares her take on the archaic human species Homo sapiens neanderthalensis, better known as Neanderthal, how the species has been misinterpreted and misrepresented by the academic gatekeepers of anthropological and archeological studies for hundreds of years.
Author, Podcaster, Filmmaker
Anne Marie has always been passionate about history and storytelling and impressed by the influence it has on people and the decisions they make in life. As a curious and proactive researcher, she is interested in preserving the foundations set by classical literature by adapting them to modern themes and trends.
She presently hosts two podcasts, Armchair Historians and Last Train Leaving Belgium. Last Train Leaving Belgium podcast is a supplement to the soon to be release documentary of the same name. Other projects Anne Marie is currently working on include The Bedlam Series, a three part series of historical fiction novels which delves into themes of addiction, mental illness, race and the challenges faced by LGBTQ individuals during the tumultuous Tudor reign. in sixteenth century England.