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The Harvard Press Podcast brings you interviews with the authors of books currently being published by Harvard University Press. Chris Gondek talks with the authors about their books, their influences and their interests.
 
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Chris Gondek interviews Gretchen Heefner about the history of the Minuteman Missile System and how its deployment in the Plains altered the lives of ranching and farming communities.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews John Turner about the life of Mormon pioneer, Brigham Young.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Jonathan Levy about how the idea of risk changed in 19th century America.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews John Allen about our evolving relationship with food.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Victoria Nelson about the power of the Gothic imagination in modern culture..By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Modris Eksteins about a scandal involving forged Van Gogh's in Weimar Berlin.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Lawrence Powell of Tulane University about the early history of New Orleans.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Sydney Nathans of Duke University about the efforts of escaped slave Mary Walker to liberate her family from North Carolina.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Brad Gregory of the University of Notre Dame about the ongoing consequences of the Protestant Reformation on modern society.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Mark McGurl of Stanford University about the history of Creative Writing Programs at American Universities.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Mark Peterson of Mt. Holyoke about how Galileo's artistic training influenced his scientific methods.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Denise Gigante of Stanford about the lives of the poet, John Keats and his brother, the Anglo-American businessman, George.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews James Livingston of MIT about the amazing properties of magnetic levitation.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Joe Roman of the University of Vermont about the history and consequences of the Endangered Species Act.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Nicholas Frankel of VCU about the historical background of this Oscar Wilde classic.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Elizabeth Price Foley of FIU about the legal issues around life and death in American jurisprudence.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Niobe Way of NYU about the problems boys have maintaining emotionally intimate friendships with other boys as they enter their teens.By Harvard University Press.
 
David Garland is Arthur T. Vanderbilt Professor of Law and Professor of Sociology at New York University. Interview by Michael Orey, Public Affairs Director, NYU School of Law..By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Kenneth Warren about the relationship between Jim Crow and African American Literature.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Bernd Heinrich, the author of The Nesting Season: Cuckoos, Cuckolds and the Invention of Monogamy.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Wes Davis, the Editor of An Anthology of Modern Irish Poetry.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Stephen Tuck, the author of We Ain't What We Ought To Be: The Black Freedom Struggle from Emancipation to Obama.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Suzanne E. Smith, the author of To Serve the Living: Funeral Directors and the African American Way of Death.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Campbell Craig and Fredrik Logevall, the authors of America's Cold War: The Politics of Insecurity.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Therese Huston, the author of Teaching What You Don't Know.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews David Suisman, the author of Selling Sounds: The Commercial Revolution in American Music.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Seth Lerer, the editor of The Annotated Wind in the Willows.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Lucas Powe Jr., the author of The Supreme Court and the American Elite: 1789-2008.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Lucas Mix, the author of Life in Space: Astrobiology for Everyone.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Jay Taylor, the author of The Generalissimo.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Michele Lamont, the author of How Professors ThinkBy Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Steven Hahn, the author of The Poltical Worlds of Slavery and Freedom.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Ronald L. Numbers, the editor of Galileo Goes to Jail and Other Myths About Science and Religion.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Loren Graham, the co-author of Naming Infinity: A True Story of Religious Mysticism and Mathematical Creativity.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Mark Micale, the author of Hysterical Men: The Hidden History of Male Nervous Illness.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Stuart Banner, the author of Who Owns the Sky: The Struggle to Control Airspace from the Wright Brothers On.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Timothy Dumm, the author of Loneliness as a Way of Life.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Father John W. O'Malley, the author of What Happened at Vatican II.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Patricia Gandrea and Frances Contreras, the authors of The Latino Education Crisis: The Consequences of Failed Social Policies.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Tim Blanning, the author of The Triumph of Music: The Rise of Composers, Musicians and Their Art.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews John Donahue, the author of The Warping of Government Work.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Christopher Newfield, the author of Unmaking the Public University: The Forty Year Assualt on the Middle Class.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Matthew Connelly, the author of Fatal Misconception: The Struggle to Control World Population.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Robert Paarlberg, the author of Starved for Science: How Biotechnology is Being Kept Out of Africa.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Malcolm Salter, the author of Innovation Corrupted: The Origins and Legacy of Enron's Collapse.By Harvard University Press.
 
CChris Gondek interviews Lewis Lockwood, co-author, along with the Julliard String Quartet, of Inside Beethoven's Quartets: History, Performance, Interpretation.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Robert O'Neil, author of Academic Freedom in the Wired World: Political Extremism, Corporate Power and the University.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews Janet Hope, author of Biobazaar: The Open Source Revolution and Biotechnology.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews James Simpson, the author of Burning to Read: English Fundamentalism and its Reformation Opponents.By Harvard University Press.
 
Chris Gondek interviews David Kaiser, author of The Road to Dallas: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy.By Harvard University Press.
 
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