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This week I talk with Susan Lanzoni who talks about her book tracing the history of empathy. Empathy has, over the past 100 years, changed a lot in meaning. It started out as one of these untranslatab...Show More
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So if you’re like me, you’ve used the phrase ‘object lesson’ to mean some kind of telling real-world example of something. The new parent...Show More
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Today I talk with Professor Michael Schoeppner, Assistant Professor of History at University of Maine, Farmington, abou...Show More
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I’m honored to have Professor David Beerling on the podcast this week, to talk about...Show More
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This week we discuss Tom Almeroth-Williams’ book, City of Beasts—now out in a reasonably priced paperback—which looks ...Show More
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The Nestucca River has been home to salmon and salmon fishers for thousands of years. In this summer-va...Show More
In this episode I talk with Professor Brent Sirota about church history in the long 18th century. People have portrayed religion in the long 18th century as a little boring and staid. In the 17th cent...Show More