The UNC Press Presents podcast, in partnership with the New Books Network, features interviews with UNC Press authors about their books and research. You can stream on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or directly from the UNC Press Presents webpage.
Browse some of our recent podcast episodes below or browse all episodes here.
A conversation with Sarah Foss, author of On Our Own Terms: Development and Indigeneity in Cold War Guatemala, hosted by Rachel Grace Newman Assistant Professor of History at Colgate University and a historian of modern Mexico with particular interests in migration, childhood and youth studies, and social inequality.
On Our Own Terms offers a rich examination of Cold War development programs in Guatemala.
A conversation with Elizabeth Lhost, author of Everyday Islamic Law and the Making of Modern South Asia, hosted by Kristian Petersen, Associate Professor of Philosophy & Religious Studies at Old Dominion University.
Lhost shows how ordinary Muslims shaped colonial legal life and how their diversity and difference have contributed to contemporary debates about religion, law, pluralism, and democracy in South Asia and beyond.
A conversation with Jonathan S. Coley, author of Gay on God’s Campus: Mobilizing for LGBT Equality at Christian Colleges and Universities, hosted by Dr. Christina Gessler who holds a PhD in US history.
In this book, sociologist Jonathan S. Coley documents why and how student activists mobilize for greater inclusion at Christian colleges and universities.
A conversation with Susan Burch, author of Committed: Remembering Native Kinship in and beyond Institutions, hosted by Shu Wan, a doctoral student in history at the University at Buffalo. As a digital and disability historian, She Wan serves in the editorial team of Digital Humanities Quarterly and Nursing Clio.
In Committed Susan Burch tells the story of the Indigenous people—families, communities, and nations, across generations to the present day—who have experienced the impact of this history.