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An archive pod collection of podcasts from our books and Elements authors.

    Shakespeare Survey 75

    Shakespeare Survey 75

    Lisa M. Barksdale-Shaw discusses her article on racial trauma in Othello: ‘The Moor’s Abused By Some Most Villainous Knave, Some Base Notorious Knave, Some Scurvy Fellow’: Legal Spaces, Racial Trauma And Shakespeare’s The Tragedy Of Othello, The Moor Of Venice.

    Read the Open Access article here: https://cup.org/3OHT2xG

    • 4 min
    Cambridge Elements: Is this a book?

    Cambridge Elements: Is this a book?

    This is a book about the book. Is this a book? is a question of wide appeal and interest. With the arrival of ebooks, digital narratives and audiobooks, the time is right for a fresh discussion of what is a book. In this podcast, Strand Editor for ‘The Business of Publishing’ Rachel Noorda is in discussion with the authors of this Element, Angus Phillips and Miha Kovač.

    • 28 min
    The Cambridge Economic History of the Modern World - Part 2

    The Cambridge Economic History of the Modern World - Part 2

    The second volume of The Cambridge Economic History of the Modern World explores the development of modern economic growth from 1870 to the present. Leading experts in economic history offer a series of regional studies from around the world, as well as thematic analyses of key factors governing the differential outcomes in different parts of the global economy. Topics covered include human capital, capital and technology, geography and institutions, living standards and inequality, trade and immigration, international finance, and warfare and empire.
    In this episode, hear Executive Publisher Michael Watson and one of the volume editors, Stephen Broadberry, University of Oxford, discuss Vol. 2.
    Learn more at www.cambridge.org/9781107159488

    • 26 min
    The Cambridge Economic History of the Modern World - Part 1

    The Cambridge Economic History of the Modern World - Part 1

    The first volume of The Cambridge Economic History of the Modern World traces the emergence of modern economic growth in eighteenth century Britain and its spread across the globe. Focusing on the period from 1700 to 1870, a team of leading experts in economic history offer a series of regional studies from around the world, as well as thematic analyses of key factors governing the differential outcomes in different parts of the global economy. Topics covered include population and human development, capital and technology, geography and institutions, living standards and inequality, international flows of trade and labour, the international monetary system, and war and empire.
    In this episode, hear Executive Publisher Michael Watson and one of the volume editors Stephen Broadberry, University of Oxford, discuss Vol. 1.
    Learn more at www.cambridge.org/9781107159457

    • 24 min
    Cambridge Elements: Behavioural Science and Public Policy with Cass Sunstein

    Cambridge Elements: Behavioural Science and Public Policy with Cass Sunstein

    Cass R. Sunstein is currently the Robert Walmsley University Professor at Harvard. He is the founder and director of the Program on Behavioral Economics and Public Policy at Harvard Law School.

    From 2009 to 2012, he was Administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, and after that, he served on the President's Review Board on Intelligence and Communications Technologies and on the Pentagon's Defense Innovation Board.

    In 2020, the World Health Organization appointed him as Chair of its technical advisory group on Behavioural Insights and Sciences for Health. He is also The New York Times best-selling author of The World According to Star Wars (2016) and Nudge (2008)

    Here, Cass Sunstein explores some of the key themes in his Element, Behavioural Science and Public Policy in conversation with Tony Hockley from the London School of Economics.

    Read more about Cambridge Elements

    The CUP journal Behavioural Public Policy journal is managed by Tony Hockley (LSE).

    • 25 min
    War Against Smallpox: Edward Jenner and the Global Spread of Vaccination

    War Against Smallpox: Edward Jenner and the Global Spread of Vaccination

    War Against Smallpox: Edward Jenner and the Global Spread of Vaccination by Michael Bennett is available to purchase at cambridge.org/WarAgainstSmallpox.

    • 35 min

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