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Recordings: Matt Jacobson in conversation with Luis Chavez-Brumell, Marian Huggins, Seth Godfrey, and Isaac Shub about the New Haven Free Public Library and their work during the pandemic.
Recordings: Matt Jacobson in conversation with Akram Khater about his documentary and Matt Jacobson in conversation with Jennifer Richeson about the backlash against diversity
Recordings: Matt Jacobson in conversation with Amitava Kumar and Leah Mirakhor and Matt Jacobson in conversation with Philip F. Rubio about the US Post Office.
Recording: Matt Jacobson in conversation with Andy Horowitz about his new book, Katrina, A History: 1915-2015 (Harvard University Press, 2020)
Podcast: Matt Jacobson interviews Claudia Rankine about her newest book, Just Us: An American Conversation, which comes out this month.
Podcast: Matt Jacobson interviews Kathryn Lofton about how her work and teaching are helping to make sense of the pandemic during a particularly challenging moment in history.
Podcast: Matt Jacobson interviews cultural anthropologist Douglas Rogers about capitalism and corporations in regards to the current moment in history
Podcast: Matt Jacobson interviews Professor Tracey Meares about her work on policing and the public good
Podcast: Matt Jacobson interviews Daniel HoSang about race and the new right-wing politics
Podcast: Emily Bernard reads two essays from her widely acclaimed book Black is the Body: Stories from My Grandmother’s Time, My Mother’s Time, and Mine
Podcast: Daphne Brooks discusses the words and ideas of Nobel-prize winning American author Toni Morrison
Podcast: Professor Alicia Schmidt Camacho interviews Sylvia Ryerson and Luis G. Luna about their new bilingual podcast: Melting the ICE / Derritiendo el Hielo.
Podcast: Sylvia Ryerson interviews Ryan Brasseaux about his experience teaching Introduction to Public Humanities
Podcast: Laura Wexler discusses the history of her involvement with photography and two ongoing projects: Photogrammar and Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography
Podcast: Matthew Jacobson introduces Democracy in America and the History of Right Now