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episode 95: James W. Pardew, "Peacemakers: American Leadership and the End of Genocide in the Balkans" (U Kentucky Press, 2017)


Pardew describes the role of the U.S. involvement in ending the wars and genocide in the Balkans...


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Alex Broadbent, "Philosophy of Medicine" (Oxford UP, 2019)


Philosophy of medicine itself has evolved in response to developments in the philosophy of science, especially with regard to epistemology, positioning it to make contributions that are medically useful...


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episode 34: John D. Hawks, "Almost Human: The Astonishing Tale of Homo naledi and the Discovery That Changed Our Human Story" (National Geographic, 2017)


Hawks talks about new developments in paleoanthropology – the discovery of a new hominid species Homo Naledi in South Africa, the Neanderthal ancestry of many human populations, and the challenge of rethinking anthropological science’s relationship with indigenous peoples and the general public...


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episode 58: Emilie Le Beau Lucchesi, "This Is Really War: The Incredible True Story of a Navy Nurse POW in the Occupied Philippines" (Chicago Review Press, 2019)


Lucchesi presents the largely unknown story of the US Navy nurses captured by the Japanese in the Philippines during World War II...


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episode 169: Thomas A. Foster, "Rethinking Rufus: Sexual Violations of Enslaved Men" (U Georgia Press, 2019)


"Rethinking Rufus" is the first book-length study of sexual violence against enslaved men...


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episode 12: Robert Atkinson and Michael Lind, "Big is Beautiful: Debunking the Myth of Small Business" (MIT Press, 2018)


Small is beautiful, right? Isn't that what we've all been taught?


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episode 89: Naftali Rothenberg, "Rabbi Akiva’s Philosophy of Love" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)


Is love between man and woman the source of wisdom and the cornerstone of moral life?


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Betsy Perabo, "Russian Orthodoxy and the Russo-Japanese War" (Bloomsbury, 2017)


Perabo examines the conflict through the concept of an “interreligious war” between Christian and Buddhist nations...


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episode 284: Danny Orbach, "Curse on This Country: The Rebellious Army of Imperial Japan" (Cornell UP, 2017)


Orbach provides new insights into the origins of the insubordination that plagued and characterized the Imperial Japanese Army in the 1930s...


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