Andrew Hartman Interview 18/2/2019


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Lent term is whizzing by- here's the fourth episode of term! Dr Andrew Hartman, a professor of history at Illinois State University and the founding president of the Society for U.S. Intellectual History, talks to PhD student Richard Saich about his paper and broader work. Dr Hartman's paper, titled 'Karl Marx and the Cycles of American Capitalism', deals with the uses of Marxian thought in the American context from the nineteenth century to the present day. He and Richard discuss the uniquely American historical applications and debates surrounding Marx and his ideas, as well as the continuing relevance of Marxism in contemporary political debate on both sides of the Atlantic. They also touch on, among other things, American Exceptionalism, the role of historians in public life, and(finally!)the podcast's first metalhead. Be sure to listen to Andrew and Ray Haberski's fantastic podcast, Trotsky and the Wild Orchids. Their latest episode, on the work and legacies of Eric Hobsbawm is a real treat to listen to, but there's a lot of gems in the back catalogue too! Feel free to get in touch via @camericanist on Twitter or if you have any questions, suggestions or feedback for the future. Spread the word, and thanks for listening! See you next week!

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