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episode 579: Joseph M. Adelman, "Revolutionary Networks: The Business and Politics of Printing the News, 1763-1789" (Johns Hopkins UP, 2019)


Adelman argues that printers—artisans who mingled with the elite but labored in a manual trade—used their commercial and political connections to directly shape Revolutionary political ideology and mass mobilization...


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episode 133: Patricia A. Banks, "Diversity and Philanthropy at African American Museums: Black Renaissance" (Routledge, 2019)


Banks explores the rise of the African American museum and its patrons and philanthropists...


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episode 152: Geoffrey Parker, "Emperor: A New Life of Charles V" (Yale UP, 2019)


Parker draws upon an enormous array of documentation to provide readers with a better understanding of Charles and the many challenges he faced over the course of his decades-long reign...


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episode 38: David M. Wrobel, "America's West: A History, 1890-1950" (Cambridge UP, 2017)


Wrobel describes a sixty year period of remarkable change for the vast region...


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episode 39: Michael Kodas, "Megafire: The Race to Extinguish a Deadly Epidemic of Flame" (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2017)


In the 1980s, fires burned an average of two million acres per year. Today the average is eight million acres and growing...


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episode 97: Evgeny Finkel, "Ordinary Jews: Choice and Survival during the Holocaust" (Princeton UP, 2017)


Can there be a political science of the Holocaust?


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episode 578: Susan Jaques, "The Caesar of Paris:  Napoleon Bonaparte, Rome, and the Artistic Obsession That Shaped An Empire" (Pegasus Books, 2018)


Jaques offers up a richly detailed and researched account of Napoleon’s fascination with ancient Rome,..


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episode 289: Max Ward, "Thought Crime: Ideology and State Power in Interwar Japan" (Duke UP, 2019)


Ward analyzes the trajectory and transformations of the implementation of Japan’s 1925 Peace Preservation Law from its conception until the early years of the 1940s...


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episode 577: Simon Balto, "Occupied Territory: Policing Black Chicago From Red Summer to Black Power" (UNC Press, 2019)


Balto argues that local police department policies and procedures left black Chicagoans “overpoliced and underprotected” far before mass incarceration began...


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episode 92: C.A. Fletcher, "A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World" (Orbit, 2019)


In his interview, Fletcher discusses the research that informs the novel’s “soft apocalypse"...


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