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19 Apr 21

Wagner and His Aftermath

Alex Ross on the "Wagnerism" phenomenon.

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14 Apr 21

Unpacking Biden’s Environmental Agenda – A Conversation with Todd Stern

The chief US negotiator for the Paris Climate Agreement discusses the Biden Administrations environmental policy.

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14 Apr 21

Who Is Classics For?

In this podcast episode, Nandini Pandey brings to light a more detailed picture of the heterogenous makeup of the ancient Roman world -- and what that means for our own.

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13 Apr 21

The Language of Thieves: The Story of Rotwelsch and One Family’s Secret History

Martin Puchner on the "secret language" of Rotwelsch, which his own grandfather -- whom he later learned was a committed Nazi -- despised as a "language of thieves."

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08 Apr 21

Fellow Spotlight: Alice Goff

Alice Goff is exploring the idea that a work of art can create modern liberal society.

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07 Apr 21

The Worst American Political Violence of the Twentieth Century: The Forgotten Crisis of 1917-1921

Adam Hochschild discusses the unparalleled storm of repression and violence following the US entry into World War I.

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25 Mar 21

Fellow Spotlight: Nora M. Alter

Nora M. Alter on the late filmmaker Harun Farocki.

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25 Mar 21

Harun Farocki: Forms of Intelligence between Text and Image

Nora Alter takes a close look at filmmaker and critic Harun Farocki’s early writings.

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23 Mar 21

Age of Emergency: Colonial Violence at the End of the British Empire

Erik Linstrum discusses the networks of activists, soldiers, journalists, filmmakers, and others who bridged the gap between the conflict zones of empire and everyday life in Britain.

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18 Mar 21

Virgin Galactic and the Making of a Modern Astronaut

Nicholas Schmidle takes a closer look at the test pilots, engineers, and visionaries behind Virgin Galactic’s campaign to build a space tourism company.

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