Footnoting History is a podcast hosted and produced by a team of historians. Founded in 2013 by Elizabeth Keohane-Burbridge (who currently serves as the show's producer), Footnoting History addresses a wide range of historical events and phenomena. Each episode runs approximately ten to thirty minutes in length and investigates a particular story or topic in detail. For instance, in the recent episode "Ancient Authoritative Animals," host Lesley Skousen explores the history of pets through three ancient texts. In another recent episode, hosted by Keohane-Burbridge and Christine Cacciapouti, listeners can learn more about John Quincy Adam's 1797 wedding to Louisa Johnson. This wedding marks the first and last time a president married a British-born woman. Each episode of Footnoting History is accompanied by a list of further reading materials for those interested in learning more. Visitors can listen to episodes on this website or subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher Radio.