A series of podcasts in which Yale University Press authors openly discuss their books and inspirations.
A Conversation with Chris Gondek, Isabella Ginor, Gideon Remez, Amatai Etzioni and Gregg Mitman
Chris Gondek speaks with Isabella Ginor and Gideon Remez about Foxbats over Dimona, Amitai Etzioni about American foreign policy, and Gregg Mitman about how allergies have affected American society since the Nineteenth Century.
A Conversation with Chris Gondek, Adrian Goldsworthy, Ivan Brunetti, Todd Hignite and Fred Shapiro
Chris Gondek interviews Adrian Goldsworthy, author; Ivan Brunetti, editor of An Anthology of Graphic Fiction, Cartoons and True Stories, and Todd Hignite, author; Fred Shapiro, editor of the Yale Book of Quotations.
A Conversation with Chris Gondek, Adam LeBor, T.J. Clark and John Gribbin
Chris Gondek interviews Adam LeBor, author of Complicity with Evil, T.J. Clark, author of The Sight of Death and John Gribbin, author of The Origins of the Future.
A Conversation with Chris Gondek, Sidney Kirkpatrick, Gerald Edelman, Leonie Gombrich, John Marzluff and Tony Angell
Chris Gondek interviews Sidney D. Kirkpatrick, Dr. Gerald Edelman, Leonie Gombrich, and John Marzluff & Tony Angell.
A Conversation with Chris Gondek, Hugh Brogan, Heather Cox Richardson, Allen Dwight Callahan and Norton Garfinkle
Chris Gondek interviews Hugh Brogan, Heather Cox Richardson, Dr. Allen Dwight Callahan and Norton Garfinkle.
A Conversation with Chris Gondek, Ali A. Allawi, Matthew Levitt and Joshua Kurlantzick
Chris Gondek speaks with Ali A. Allawi about Iraqi society and politics, Matthew Levitt on how Hamas embraces politics, charity, and terror, and Joshua Kurlantzick on how China is using Soft Power in the International arena.
Yale Press Podcast
Just what you would have expected.
Might be less fatiguing to listen to if the female moderator could learn to stay on microphone. Podcasting has become 35 mm digital photography: any one can take a photo, but no one can take a good photo.