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episode 113: Amy Allen and Mari Ruti, "Critical Theory Between Klein and Lacan: A Dialogue," Part 2 (Bloomsbury Academic, 2019)


Part 2 of a two part interview with Allen and Ruti about Klein, Lacan, and Critical Theory...


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Wiley Cash, "The Last Ballad" (William Morrow, 2017)


Cash explores the complexities of southern class, race, and gender relations against the backdrop of the 1929 Loray Mill strike...


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episode 48: Rafia Zafar, "Recipes for Respect: African American Meals and Meaning" (U Georgia Press, 2019)


Zafar discusses the earliest formally-published African-American-authored hospitality books from the 1820s to Edna Lewis’s Taste of Country Cooking from the 1970s...


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episode 95: John Birmingham, "The Cruel Stars" (Del Rey, 2019)


“I'm a huge fan of the [space opera] genre, but it took me a while to get the confidence to write my own,” Birmingham says.


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episode 14: Logan Thompson, "Beyond the Content: Mindfulness as a Test Prep Advantage" (Kaplan Publishing, 2019)


Mindfulness is widely embraced in the business and athletic communities as a valuable technique to optimize performance. Author Logan Thompson, an expert in both test prep and mindfulness, says that it's about time the test prep community embraces it as well...


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episode 616: Nicole C. Kirk, "Wanamaker’s Temple: The Business of Religion in an Iconic Department Store" (NYU Press, 2018)


This is a conversation about a Philadelphian and his store, told by guest Nicole C. Kirk...


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episode 376: Matthew Hitt, "Inconsistency and Indecision in the United States Supreme Court" (U Michigan Press, 2019)


Hitt demonstrates that over time, institutional changes have substantially reduced unreasoned judgments in the Court’s output,..


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episode 216: Jennifer L. Derr, "The Lived Nile: Environment, Disease, and Material Colonial Economy in Egypt" (Stanford UP, 2019)


In October 1902, the reservoir of the first Aswan Dam filled, and Egypt's relationship with the Nile River forever changed...


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episode 54: Andrew Steinmann, "Genesis: An Introduction and Commentary" (IVP Academic, 2019)


Genesis is a book of origins: of the world, of sin, of God's promise of redemption, and of the people of Israel...


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