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Updated August 2020
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The Yale University Press Podcast is a series of in-depth conversations with experts and authors on a range of topics including politics, history, science, art, and more for those who are intellectually curious. Michael Hoak hosts with Jessica Holahan discussing all things art and architecture and occasional appearances by Yale University Press director John Donatich.
 
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This episode we speak with Benno Weiner, author of the new book The Chinese Revolution on the Tibetan Frontier -https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501749391/the-chinese-revolution-on-the-tibetan-frontier/Benno Weiner is Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Carnegie Mellon University and co-editor of Conflicting Memories.We…
 
This episode we speak with Jasmine-Kim Westendorf, author of the new book Violating Peace: Sex, Aid, and Peacekeeping -https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501748059/violating-peace/Jasmine-Kim Westendorf is Senior Lecturer in International Relations at La Trobe University, Australia, and a Research Associate at the Developmental Leadershi…
 
This episode we speak with Ray Brescia, author of the new book The Future of Change: How Technology Shapes Social Revolutions - https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501748110/the-future-of-change/Ray Brescia is the Hon. Harold R. Tyler Chair in Law & Technology and a Professor of Law at Albany Law School. Before, he was a lawyer and commun…
 
This episode we speak with Richard W. Maass, author of the new book The Picky Eagle: How Democracy and Xenophobia Limited U.S. Territorial Expansion - https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501748752/the-picky-eagle/#bookTabs=2Richard W. Maass is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Evansville. Follow him on Twitter …
 
This episode we speak with Melissa M. Lee, author of the new book Crippling Leviathan: How Foreign Subversion Weakens the State.https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501748363/crippling-leviathanMelissa M. Lee is Assistant Professor of Political and International Affairs at Princeton University. Visit her website at melissamlee.com. We spok…
 
This episode we speak with Mary Brazelton, author of the new book Mass Vaccination: Citizen’s Bodies and State Power in Modern China - https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501739989/mass-vaccination/Mary Augusta Brazelton is University Lecturer in Global Studies of Science, Technology and Medicine at the Department of History and Philosoph…
 
This episode we speak with Cecilia Gaposchkin and Anne Lester, editors of our exciting new series Medieval Societies, Religions, and Cultures: https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/series/medieval-societies-religions-and-cultures/Sign up here to get updates on new books in this series and all of our new books in medieval studies:https://www.cornellp…
 
This episode we speak with Mila Dragojević, author of the new book Amoral Communities: Collective Crimes in Time of War - https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501739828/amoral-communities/#bookTabs=2Mila Dragojević is Associate Professor of Politics at the University of the South. She is the author of The Politics of Social Ties.We spoke t…
 
Kim Sichel discusses her new book, a richly illustrated look at some of the most important photobooks of the 20th century France experienced a golden age of photobook production from the late 1920s through the 1950s. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | SoundcloudBy Yale University Press
 
This episode we speak with Taomo Zhou, author of the new book Migration in the Time of Revolution: China Indonesia, and the Cold War - https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501739934/migration-in-the-time-of-revolution/Taomo Zhou is Assistant Professor in the School of Humanities at Nanyang Technological University.We spoke to Taomo about w…
 
This episode we speak with Jun Zhang, author of the new book Driving toward Modernity: Cars and the Lives of the Middle Class in Contemporary China - https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501738401/driving-toward-modernity/#bookTabs=1Jun Zhang is Assistant Professor of Asian and International Studies at City University of Hong Kong.We spoke…
 
This episode we speak with John Farnsworth, author of the new book Nature beyond Solitude: Notes from the Field - https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501747281/nature-beyond-solitude/#bookTabs=1A lifelong student of literary natural history, John Farnsworth taught environmental writing and literature at Santa Clara University. He is autho…
 
We're hiring for our next Mellon Diversity Fellow!Please apply at the Working at Cornell website:https://cornell.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/CornellCareerPage/job/Ithaca-Main-Campus/Mellon-Diversity-Fellow----Acquisitions-Assistant_WDR-00022497-1The deadline for applications is March 14, 2020, so act now!Alexis's contact information can be found here: ht…
 
This episode we speak with Sara Lewis, author of the new book Spacious Minds: Trauma and Resilience in Tibetan Buddhism: https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501715358/spacious-minds/Sara E. Lewis is Associate Professor of Contemplative Psychotherapy and Buddhist Psychology at Naropa University. You can follow her on Twitter @DeathRebirthL…
 
This episode we are joined by Three Hills Editorial Director Michael McGandy, Senior Editor Emily Andrew and Acquisitions Assistant Alexis Siemon. They will all be attending the American Historical Association annual meeting this January 3rd-6th in New York City. We spoke to them in Ithaca as they were prepping for the meeting.…
 
This episode we are joined by Assistant Editor Bethany Wasik and Acquisitions Assistant Ellen Murphy. They will both be attending the Joint Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA)and the Society for Classical Studies(SCS)which is taking place in Washington, D.C., January 2–5, 2020.…
 
This episode we speak with Brandon Schechter, author of the new book The Stuff of Soldiers: A History of the Red Army in World War II through Objects: https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501739798/the-stuff-of-soldiers/Brandon Schechter is a historian of the Soviet Union whose research focuses on the creation of meaning in times of crisis…
 
This episode we speak with Vince Houghton, author of the new book The Nuclear Spies: America’s Atomic Intelligence Operation against Hitler and Stalin. Follow Vince at @intelhistorianVince Houghton is Historian and Curator at the International Spy Museum. He taught courses in Cold War history and intelligence history at the University of Maryland a…
 
This episode we speak with John Stempien and John Linstrom, editors of the new book The Liberty Hyde Bailey Gardener’s Companion: Essential Writings. John Stempien teaches history in Lowell, Michigan, and served as the first director of the Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum from 2006–2012.John Linstrom is a writer and doctoral candidate in English. He edi…
 
Salvaging Community: How American Cities Rebuild Closed Military Bases provides a comprehensive evaluation of how American communities redevelop former military bases following the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process.In this episode we speak with book's co-authors Michael Touchton and Amanda Ashley. Michael Tou…
 
This episode we speak with Anne Zacharias-Walsh, author of the recent book Our Unions, Our Selves: The Rise of Feminist Labor Unions in Japan. (https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501703058/our-unions-our-selves/)Anne Zacharias-Walsh is an activist and writer who lives in Atlanta, Georgia. She has worked with progressive labor unions and …
 
This episode we speak with Jason Cragle, Project Manager for Facilities and Campus Services at Cornell University, and Andrew Rappaport, an Associate at Chiang/O’Brien Architects, a local architect firm that focuses on working with institutions of higher education.We spoke to Jason and Andrew about what we are calling the Big Dig - the foundation r…
 
This episode we speak with Jeff Sahadeo, author of the new book Voices from the Soviet Edge: Southern Migrants in Leningrad and Moscow. Jeff is Associate Professor at the Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at Carleton University. He is author of Russian Colonial Society in Tashkent, 1865–1923 and co-editor of Everyday Life in Cent…
 
This episode we speak with James Bradford, author of the new book Poppies, Politics, and Power: Afghanistan and the Global History of Drugs and Diplomacy. James Bradford is Assistant Professor of History at Berklee College of Music, and Adjunct Lecturer at Babson College. He has published in the Journal of Iranian Studies, Oxford University Handboo…
 
This episode we speak with Jonathan Kirshner and Jon Lewis, editors of the new book When the Movies Mattered: The New Hollywood Revisited. Jonathan Kirshner is Professor in the Department of Political Science at Boston College and the author of numerous books, including Hollywood's Last Golden Age. Jon Lewis is the Distinguished Professor of Film S…
 
This episode we speak with Australian environmental thinker Glenn Albrecht, author of the new book Earth Emotions: New Words for a New World. Glenn established the now widely used and accepted concept of solastalgia, or the lived experience of negative environmental change. He retired from Murdoch University in 2014 as a Professor of Sustainability…
 
The Taj Mahal is deserving of its role as one of the most famous and recognizable buildings in the world; Professor Chanchal Dadlani explains why subsequent architecture, from the later years of the Mughal Empire, deserve our attention, as well. Subscribe:Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | Soundcloud…
 
This episode we speak with Christopher Martin, Professor of Digital Journalism and Communication Studies at the University of Northern Iowa. Chris is the award-winning author of Framed!: Labor and the Corporate Media, and now has a new book out this month, No Longer Newsworthy: How the Mainstream Media Abandoned the Working Class. Follow Chris on T…
 
This episode we speak with Dan Meegan, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Guelph and author of the new book, America the Fair: Using Brain Science to Create a More Just Nation.We spoke to Dan about how he, a cognitive scientist, got interested in studying politics, what key issue can potentially unite conservatives and liberals …
 
This episode we speak with Jeff Kosseff, author of the new book, The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet.Jeff Kosseff is Assistant Professor in the US Naval Academy's Cyber Science department, where he teaches cybersecurity law. He has practiced technology and First Amendment law, and clerked for Judges Milan D. Smith, Jr. of the US Court of…
 
In this episode we are proud to present to you a special talk featuring Cheryl Strauss Einhorn, author of the new book Investing in Financial Research: A Decision-Making System for Better Results, and Lakshmi Bhojraj, Executive Director of the Parker Center for Investment Research at Cornell University’s SC Johnson College of Business.Cheryl Straus…
 
This episode we speak with Tom Jones, author of the new book, From Willard Straight to Wall Street: A Memoir. Tom Jones is founder and senior partner of venture capital investment firm TWJ Capital. He previously served as Chief Executive Officer of Global Investment Management at Citigroup; Vice Chairman, President, and Chief Operating Officer at T…
 
This episode we speak with Joan Neuberger, author of the new book, This Thing of Darkness: Eisenstein’s Ivan the Terrible in Stalin’s Russia. Joan Neuberger is Professor of History at the University of Texas at Austin. She has written extensively in print and online about Eisenstein, film, and modern Russian cultural history.We spoke to Joan about …
 
This episode we speak with Jay Howard Geller. Jay is the Samuel Rosenthal Professor of Judaic Studies and Professor of History at Case Western Reserve University. He is the author of Jews in Post-Holocaust Germany, 1945-1953, co-editor of Three-Way Street and author of the new book from Cornell - The Scholems: A Story of the German-Jewish Bourgeois…
 
This episode we speak with Maggie Solberg. Maggie is an Assistant Professor of Medieval Literature and Culture in the English department at Bowdoin College, and author of the new book VIRGIN WHORE: http://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/?GCOI=80140106398330We spoke to Maggie about the surprising ways the Virgin Mary was depicted in late English m…
 
This episode we speak with Jules Pretty. Jules Pretty is Professor of Environment and Society at the University of Essex. He is the author of many books under our Comstock Publishing Associates imprint, including The Edge of Extinction, This Luminous Coast, and most recently, The East Country.We spoke to Jules about an idea that he introduced in hi…
 
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