Catch up on the UNC Press Presents Podcast
Are you caught up on the latest episodes of the UNC Press Presents podcast? The 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 Chad E. Pearson, author of Capital’s Terrorists: Klansmen, Lawmen, and Employers in the Long Nineteenth Century, hosted by Douglas Bell, a writer, teacher, and historian who lives in the Netherlands.
2022 Book of the Year Award, International Labor History Association
Capital’s Terrorists suggests that the birth of law and order politics as we know it can be found in nineteenth-century campaigns of organized terror against an assortment of ordinary people across racial lines conducted by Klansmen, lawmen, vigilantes, and union busters.
A conversation with Beth Bailey, author of An Army Afire: How the US Army Confronted Its Racial Crisis in the Vietnam Era, hosted by Caleb Zakarin, Assistant Editor of the New Books Network.
In An Army Afire acclaimed military historian Beth Bailey shows how the Army experienced, defined, and tried to solve racism and racial tension (in its own words, “the problem of race”) in the Vietnam War era.
A conversation with Ana Schwartz, author of Unmoored: The Search for Sincerity in Colonial America, hosted by Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, a lecturer at Centro de Educación Superior de Enseñanza e Investigación Educativa.
In Unmoored, Ana Schwartz breathes new life into our understanding of colonial New England.
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