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The Yale University Press Podcast is a series of in-depth conversations with experts and authors on a range of topics including politics, history, science, art, and more for those who are intellectually curious. Jessica Holahan hosts discussions on all things art and architecture and there are occasional appearances by Yale University Press Director John Donatich.
 
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Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/E7DXmHdkS_EgT5zrBUDr7w5X164Use promo code 09POD to save 30% off The Mysterious Romance of Murder: https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501763625/the-mysterious-romance-of-murder/In this special episode, Cornell University Press editorial director Mahinder Kingra and Cornell author David Lehman share thei…
 
In a time when online classrooms and meetings have become both indispensable and mundane features of the university, STUDIOUS DRIFT asks: What kind of university becomes possible when digital tools are not taken for granted but hacked into and tinkered with in order to set study adrift? In part a meditation on the essence of the studio space, this …
 
The new book ‘Cacaphonies’ takes fecal matter and its place in literature seriously. In a stark challenge to the tendency to view 20th- and 21st-century French literature through sanitizing abstractions, Annabel L. Kim argues for feces as a figure of radical equality. ‘Cacaphonies’ reveals the aesthetic, political, and ethical potential of shit and…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/xfIqx8nYUbZu9RWEGgnaa__SvccThis episode, we speak with R.V. Gundur, author of Trying to Make It: The Enterprises, Gangs, and People of the American Drug Trade. https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501764479/trying-to-make-it/#bookTabs=1R. V. Gundur is a criminologist based in Australia. He studies illici…
 
ON THE WANDERING PATHS is Sylvain Tesson’s literary adventure and philosophical reflection during a three-month journey of solitude and personal contemplation while walking along vast stretches of mountain ranges and rivers, ancient bridges and villages, of France’s countryside. This exquisite chronicle through landscapes that continue to resist ur…
 
Exploring new concepts of the relationship between form and function while thinking through object-oriented ontology (OOO), Graham Harman (ARCHITECTURE AND OBJECTS) deepens the exchange between architecture and philosophy, providing a new roadmap to OOO’s influence on the language and practice of contemporary architecture. Art after Nature is a ser…
 
How do educational policy studies need to shift to remain adequate to the emergence of powerful forms of technology? In ALGORITHMS OF EDUCATION, Kalervo N. Gulson, Sam Sellar, and P. Taylor Webb explore how, for policy makers, big data creates the illusion of greater control over educational futures. They propose that schools and governments are in…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/fuca04qlF52MtKs1DqyN7Mw5FFsBook info here: https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501763816/feminisms-empire/This episode, we speak with Carolyn Eichner, author of Feminism’s Empire. Carolyn teaches History and Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. She is the author of Surmo…
 
“Capitalism defeated traditional societies because it was more exciting than they were. But now there is something more exciting than capitalism: its destruction.” In the face of things with true power (capitalism, the law, public opinion, etc.), philosophy is not provisioned to battle them head-on. But it can wage “a guerrilla campaign against the…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/M3TkiRTh1MaYHgLdLQGE4a4X2TIBook info here: https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501764417/ploughshares-and-swords/#bookTabs=1This episode, we speak with Jayita Sarkar, author of the new paperback and open access ebook Ploughshares and Swords: India’s Nuclear Program in the Global Cold War. Jay Sarkar is …
 
In SIDE AFFECTS, Hil Malatino opens a conversation about trans experience that acknowledges the reality of feeling fatigue, envy, burnout, numbness, and rate amid the ongoing onslaught of casual and structural transphobia in order to map the intricate emotional terrain of trans survival. In May 2022, Malatino was joined in conversation by Zena Shar…
 
What are we leaving behind, forgetting, and obscuring as we remember AIDS activist pasts? VIRAL CULTURES is the first book to critically examine the archives that have helped preserve and create the legacy of AIDS activism of the 1980s and 1990s. Marika Cifor charts the efforts activists, artists, and curators have made to document the work of AIDS…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/LElr95ffuwnf35KwUWMQ8Zg7ST8Links mentioned in the podcast:https://www.icoet.net/https://transportecology.info/This episode, we speak with Darryl Jones, author of A Clouded Leopard in the Middle of the Road: New Thinking about Roads, People, and Wildlife. https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501763717/a-c…
 
Welcome to my Podcast! In about two days’ time, it will have been exactly three years since I released the last episode of this geography Podcast… Nevertheless… in this episode, I will be looking at part of the A-Level Geography course, Hazardous Environments, specifically tornadoes and how they are formed. A tornado is a violently spinning column …
 
Welcome to my Podcast! In about two days’ time, it will have been exactly three years since I released the last episode of this geography Podcast… Nevertheless… in this episode, I will be looking at part of the A-Level Geography course, Hazardous Environments, specifically tropical storms and how they are formed. Known as hurricanes in the North At…
 
Land privatization has been a longstanding and ongoing settler colonial process separating Indigenous peoples from their traditional homelands, with devastating consequences. ALLOTMENT STORIES is an edited collection that dives into this conflict, creating a complex conversation out of narratives of Indigenous communities resisting allotment and ot…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/096bNnOJRS-e7mZj-YZ0vuw8aXcWelcome to the second episode of Authors in Conversation, the new podcast from the series editors of CUP's United States in the World series. This episode features University of California, Irvine professor Judy Tzu-Chun Wu (author of Radicals on the Road) speaking with USF Libraries Op…
 
A conversation with writer and curator Lisa Slominski about her new book, Nonconformers: A New History of Self-Taught Artists, and her goal of constructing a more nuanced history of the work of so-called “Outsider” artists from the early twentieth century to the present dayYale University Press による
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/rgF0kKoXOrvET5UBVltpkzs7oOcWelcome to the first episode of Authors in Conversation, a new podcast from the series editors of CUP's United States in the World series. This episode features Michigan State University professor Emily Conroy-Krutz (author of Christian Imperialism) speaking with Albion College professo…
 
Elan Abrell is author of SAVING ANIMALS: the first major ethnography to focus on the ethical issues animating the establishment of animal sanctuaries and animal rescue facilities. Abrell has done fieldwork at such facilities across the US, and here asks what “saving,” “caring for,” and “sanctuary” actually mean, exploring ethical decision making ar…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/q0N7gK7My67tWjrVoRo_Q5ZnNaMSeries here: https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/series/cornell-studies-in-political-economy/Save 40% off these books with the promo code 09EXP40.This episode we celebrate our renowned and pathbreaking series - Cornell Studies in Political Economy - which after nearly four decades will…
 
Josef Nguyen’s THE DIGITAL IS KID STUFF questions constructions of creativity, childhood, entrepreneurialism, and technological savvy, toggling between techno-pessimism and techno-utopianism in the process. The book narrates the developmental arc of a future creative laborer: from playing Minecraft, to DIY innovation with Make magazine, to selfies …
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/T-RiTZ1VQpSEDwdbmwW4gkDZ-2YThis episode, we speak with Rachel Whitlark, author of All Options on the Table: Leaders, Preventive War, and Nuclear Proliferation:https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501760341/all-options-on-the-table/#bookTabs=1Rachel Whitlark is Assistant Professor in the Sam Nunn School o…
 
Eco Soma proposes an art/life method of sensory tuning to the inside and the outside simultaneously. Petra Kuppers asks readers to be alert to their own embodied responses to art practice, reading contemporary performance encounters while modeling a disability culture sensitivity to living in a shared world, oriented toward socially just futures. I…
 
How do contemporary art and theory contemplate the “bio” of biopolitics and bioart? One of the foremost theorists of posthumanism, Cary Wolfe argues for the reconceptualization of nature in art and theory to turn the idea of the relationship between the human and the planet upside down in his new book, ART AND POSTHUMANISM. This is the inaugural vo…
 
Plastics have been a defining feature of contemporary life since at least the 1960s. Yet our proliferating use of plastics has also triggered catastrophic environmental consequences. In this second episode of a two-part series, literary scholars and contributors to the volume LIFE IN PLASTIC: ARTISTIC RESPONSES TO PETROMODERNITY discuss public heal…
 
Plastics have been a defining feature of contemporary life since at least the 1960s. Yet our proliferating use of plastics has also triggered catastrophic environmental consequences. Plastics are derived from petrochemicals and enmeshed with the global oil economy, and they permeate our consumer goods and their packaging, our clothing and buildings…
 
In inspired and incisive writing the contributors to WE ARE MEANT TO RISE speak unvarnished truths not only to the original and pernicious racism threaded through the American experience but also to the deeply personal, bearing witness to one of the most unsettling years in the history of the United States. This episode features Carolyn Holbrook, D…
 
Outsiders Within is a volume of essays, fiction, poetry, and art by transracially adopted writers from around the world who tackle difficult questions about how to survive the racist and ethnocentric worlds they inhabit. The volume was first published in 2006 and released in a new edition in 2021: a year in which reproduction and adoption politics …
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/JXonA8TBa7KATPeoEiGtZly8Xs0This episode, we speak with Vera Michlin-Shapir, author of Fluid Russia: Between the Global and the National in the Post-Soviet Era.https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501760549/fluid-russia/#bookTabs=1Vera is a Visiting Research Fellow at The King's Centre for Strategic Commu…
 
SICKENING is a book that examines the unconscionable disparity in health outcomes between Black and white Americans. Author Anne Pollock of King’s College London takes readers through anti-Black racism operating in healthcare: from the spike in chronic disease after Hurricane Katrina to the lack of protection for Black residents during the Flint wa…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/SAYxnj1Va5RQSZVcWZy_VBwqCgQThis episode, we speak with José Vergara, author of All Future Plunges to the Past: James Joyce in Russian Literature. José Vergara is Assistant Professor of Russian at Bryn Mawr College. His teaching interests cover a wide variety of topics: Russian language, prison literature, Chernob…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/s518QoR-pb9K9V5FnxTnlZA4PBoThis episode, we speak with Carl Weinberg, author of Red Dynamite: Creationism, Culture Wars, and Anticommunism in America. https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501759291/red-dynamite/#bookTabs=2Carl Weinberg is Adjunct Associate Professor of History and Senior Lecturer in the …
 
”Adapting Balzac is no small feat for any filmmaker” (Variety)—or any translator. LOST ILLUSIONS and LOST SOULS are two newly translated volumes in Honoré de Balzac’s vast HUMAN COMEDY, a sprawling and interconnected fictional portrait of early nineteenth-century France. Keenly attuned to the acerbic charm and subtleties of Balzac’s prose, these ed…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/HgLcUK7YW65Vd1yxvd4DqmO5LT0This episode, we speak with Michael Hillard, author of of Shredding Paper: Labor and The Rise and Fall of Maine’s Mighty Paper Industry newly published by our ILR Press imprint - https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501753152/shredding-paper/Michael Hillard is Professor of Econ…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/iwZKxX1DtOtV3ZArBdL3ZRBP9YwThis episode, we speak with Linh Vu, author of Governing the Dead: Martyrs, Memorials, and Necrocitizenship in Modern China - https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501756504/governing-the-dead/ Linh D. Vu is Assistant Professor at Arizona State University's School of Historical,…
 
Read the transcript: https://otter.ai/u/Sh3unrYvcI5QtotuwsKR2nKNTj4To commemorate the 20th anniversary of September 11th, we are proud to present to you a special "Remembering 9/11" episode with guest host Jane Bunker, Director of Cornell University Press. Jane will be interviewing two Cornell authors whose recent books directly address the events …
 
Dianne Harris offers a rare exploration of the racial and class politics of architecture in her book LITTLE WHITE HOUSES, which examines how postwar media representations associated the ordinary single-family house with middle-class whites to the exclusion of others. This book adds a new dimension to our understanding of race in America and the ine…
 
Listen to this conversation with Chrysler Museum of Art curator Seth Feman and Columbus Museum curator Jonathan Frederick Walz — we discuss the art and life of the extraordinary American artist Alma Woodsey Thomas. Seth and Jonathan are co-curators of the major traveling exhibition Alma W. Thomas: Everything Is Beautiful Continue reading……
 
Race plays a fundamental role in naturalizing social, political, and economic inequalities in the United States. Daniel Martinez HoSang and Joseph Lowndes document the changing politics of race and class in the age of Trump in their book PRODUCERS, PARASITES, PATRIOTS: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity, which ultimately brings to li…
 
Transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/V9_hJ8g_LNN_6GbE3BthCMqRXmUThis episode we speak with David Wight, author of Oil Money: Middle East Petrodollars and the Transformation of US Empire, 1967–1988:https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501715723/oil-money/David M. Wight is Visiting Assistant Professor of History at the University of North Car…
 
The dynamics of adoptee communities have shifted in the decades since the first edition of OUTSIDERS WITHIN was published in 2006, yet the volume continues to provide critical perspectives that have gained renewed relevance during contemporary crises. Here, three writers and artists, Korean and Vietnamese adoptees who were adopted across geographic…
 
What if we tended to an ailing ecosystem just as we would a body in the throes of a chronic medical condition? Ranae Lenor Hanson’s memoir WATERSHED encourages us to discover how the health of our bodies and the health of the world they inhabit are inextricably linked. In this episode, Hanson is joined by educators and community leaders Lena Jones …
 
In this episode of the Yale University Press podcast, we talk about the life and drawings of the self-taught artist Joseph E. Yoakum with the Art Institute of Chicago‘s Mark Pascale and MoMA‘s Esther Adler, two of the curators of the current traveling retrospective exhibition of the artist’s work and Continue reading……
 
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