We are excited to announce the newly launched UNC Press Presents Podcast website, a partnership with New Books Network.
Featuring UNC Press authors that have been interviewed since the launch of the New Books Network podcast, and from across all the disciplines that UNC Press publishes, UNC Press Presents Podcast allows one to search for and listen to approximately 250 (and counting) discussions. The podcasts are hosted by scholars in the same or related field of academic specialization, and offer rich background and context to publications written by UNC Press authors.
Recent podcast episodes of note include Van Gosse (The First Reconstruction: Black Politics in American from the Revolution to the Civil War), Katherine Carté (Religion and the American Revolution, published with Omohundro Institute), Katrinell M. Davis (Tainted Tap: Flint’s Journey from Crisis to Recovery), and Heather Berg (Porn Work: Sex, Labor, and Late Capitalism).
About New Books Network (NBN): The New Books Network is a consortium of author-interview podcast channels dedicated to raising the level of public discourse by introducing scholars and other serious writers to a wide public via new media. Covering 90+ subjects, disciplines, and genres, we publish 55 episodes every week and serve a large, worldwide audience.