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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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In Escape from Vichy: The Refugee Exodus to the French Caribbean (Harvard University Press, 2018), Eric T. Jennings reveals the fascinating history of the Martinique Corridor, a pathway travelled by thousands of political refugees who fled mainland France in the…
 
In Escape from Vichy: The Refugee Exodus to the French Caribbean (Harvard University Press, 2018), Eric T. Jennings reveals the fascinating history of the Martinique Corridor, a pathway travelled by thousands of political refugees who fled mainland France in the…
 
In Escape from Vichy: The Refugee Exodus to the French Caribbean (Harvard University Press, 2018), Eric T. Jennings reveals the fascinating history of the Martinique Corridor, a pathway travelled by thousands of political refugees who fled mainland France in the…
 
In this episode, I’m talking to Darryl Mitteldorf who shares what is unique about men facing cancer and other insights and perspective from helping folks as the oncology social worker. Darryl goes above and beyond to help men who face cancer as well as the gay and lesbian community in dealing with cancer through many innovative projects deliver ...…
 
Welcome to the Genealogy News from Geneatopia I’m Patty Roy, also known as Dinah Larkham in Second Life. Today is Tuesday March 13, 2018 and this is Episode 115. RootsTech 2018 This episode is devoted to RootsTech 2018 which took place from Wednesday, February 28, to Saturday, March 3. The first day on Wednesday consisted of sessions but the Ex ...…
 
Dr Muriel Gillick, an expert on aging, author of the Life In The End Zone blog and Old and Sick in America: The Journey through the Health Care System (Studies in Social Medicine) is our first guest. Joining us in the second half of the show is Alan Yoffie, author of Sharing the Journey: The Haggadah for the Contemporary Family by Alan S. Yoffi ...…
 
“We hear, in the media and in comments by politicians, a lot of very glib statements that oversimplify China, that suggest all of China is one thing or one way,” says Michael Szonyi, a professor of Chinese history and director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University. China, of course, is as complicated as — if not more ...…
 
Richard D. Wolff is a professor of economics who has come on the podcast to discuss current and historical perspectives on the economy, exploring how and why the system we live in generates the economic results we live with.They discuss the difference between neo-classical economics (a celebration of capitalism as the path to making the most pe ...…
 
Nicole M. Joseph is an assistant professor of mathematics education in the department of Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University. Her research explores two lines of inquiry, (a) Black women and girls, their identity development, and their experiences in mathematics and mathematics education and (b) Whiteness and how it operates and contr ...…
 
In I Remain Yours: Common Lives in Civil War Letters (Harvard University Press, 2018), Christopher Hager trains our attention to “the cell-level transfers that created the meaning of the Civl War.” He follows the correspondence of a group of soldiers,…
 
In I Remain Yours: Common Lives in Civil War Letters (Harvard University Press, 2018), Christopher Hager trains our attention to “the cell-level transfers that created the meaning of the Civl War.” He follows the correspondence of a group of soldiers,…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Michael Ignatieff | A new ‘populism’ is evident in a variety of countries. Experts and expertise are attacked as standing in the way of the popular will. Universities are under new pressures from populist politicians. How should these pressures be resisted? Born in Canada, educated at the University of Toronto and Harvard, ...…
 
Paleoanthropologist Rick Potts heads the Smithsonian’s Human Origins Program and holds the Peter Buck Chair in Human Origins at the National Museum of Natural History. Since joining the Smithsonian in 1985, Rick has dedicated his research to piecing together the record of Earth’s environmental change and human adaptation. His ideas on how human ...…
 
This past December, there was a news report that the Obama administration stifled an investigation into the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah in order to help secure the nuclear deal with Iran. I decided to make this video about the terrorist group to help shed light on just how serious this is.Thanks to my Patrons!Joshua Bartlett: https://www ...…
 
About Dorie Clark Courtesy Photo © 2014 Marilyn Humphries Dorie Clark is a marketing strategy consultant, professional speaker, and frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review. Recognized as a “branding expert” by the Associated Press, Fortune, and Inc. magazine, she is the author of Entrepreneurial You (Harvard Business Review Press,), ...…
 
Nicholas Frankel talks about the final years in the life of Oscar Wilde, the subject of his book "Oscar Wilde: The Unrepentant Years" (published by Harvard University Press)
 
Nicholas Frankel talks about the final years in the life of Oscar Wilde, the subject of his book "Oscar Wilde: The Unrepentant Years" (published by Harvard University Press)
 
Sam White’s brand new book A Cold Welcome: The Little Ice Age and Europe’s Encounter with North America (Harvard University Press, 2017) turns the tales we learned in grade school about early European colonization of North America upside-down.…
 
In his new book, The Malmedy Massacre: The War Crimes Trial Controversy (Harvard University Press, 2017), Steven Remy, professor of history at City University of New York, examines the Malmedy massacre which took place on December 17,…
 
In his new book, The Malmedy Massacre: The War Crimes Trial Controversy (Harvard University Press, 2017), Steven Remy, professor of history at City University of New York, examines the Malmedy massacre which took place on December 17,…
 
This episode discusses the important role European ballet teachers played in America, especially during the last decades of the nineteenth century and first decades of the twentieth century. Dr. Melissa R. Klapper is Professor of History and former Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. She teaches American ...…
 
This episode continues the exploration of the history of boys and ballet in America. Today's episode's focuses on the challenges historically faced by boys in ballet. Dr. Melissa R. Klapper is Professor of History and former Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. She teaches American and women's history, wi ...…
 
This episode is the first of two that will explore the history of boys and ballet in America. This episode's focus is on the steady increase in the number of American boys taking ballet class over the twentieth century, and next month's focus will be on the challenges historically faced by boys in ballet. Dr. Melissa R. Klapper is Professor of ...…
 
This episode is about the five Native American ballerinas who had fabulous careers mid-20th century. The idea for this episode came from a listener who wanted to know more about Maria Tallchief. Dr. Melissa R. Klapper is Professor of History and former Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. She teaches Amer ...…
 
Segment 1: Dorie Clark is an adjunct professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a professional speaker. She is the author of the forthcoming Entrepreneurial You (Harvard Business Review Press). Segment 2:Sharon Schweitzer has built a career around understanding cultural differences and the tremendous role they play in building ...…
 
On this episode we will be looking into and discussing Eileen Southern, a scholar of Renaissance and African-American music and the first black woman to be appointed a tenured full professor at Harvard University, and her works. After that, I have the honor to speak with Shirley Moodey Turner, an associate professor of English and African Ameri ...…
 
Pieter Judson established himself as one of the top scholars of the East Central Europe with his first two books Exclusive Revolutionaries (University of Michigan Press, 1996) and Guardians of the Nation (Harvard University Press, 2006). His latest book, The …
 
Dorie Clark is a marketing strategy consultant, professional speaker, and frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review. Recognized as a “branding expert” by the Associated Press, Fortune, and Inc. magazine, she is the author of Entrepreneurial You (Harvard Business Review Press, forthcoming on October 3, 2017), Reinventing You, and Stand ...…
 
"Create Opportunities For The Best Ideas To Win" Dorie Clark As I pivot away from fitness as my main source of income and into writing and speaking Dorie Clark has been a huge mentor, and I am excited to share with you her wisdom and expertise in this show. She shares so many useful tips and strategies on how to finally make money doing what yo ...…
 
City Lights welcomes Damon Krukowski to discuss his new book, The New Analog: Listening and Reconnecting in a Digital World, from The New Press. Joining him is City Lights Publisher/Executive Director, Elaine Katzenberger. What John Berger did to ways of seeing, well-known indy musician Damon Krukowski does to ways of listening in this lively g ...…
 
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