- Alessio Terzi, author of Growth for Good: Reshaping Capitalism to Save Humanity from Climate Catastrophe, argued at LSE Business Review that there’s nothing anti-capitalist about a shorter workweek; today’s conversations about a three-day weekend are not a shift in paradigm but rather a continuation of the paradigm we have seen for over two centuries.
- Bring the War Home author Kathleen Belew spoke at length with Walter Isaacson as part of Amanpour & Co.’s ongoing series “Exploring Hate.”
- Joshua Zimmerman discussed Jozef Pilsudski: Founding Father of Modern Poland with Polish politician Radosław Sikorski on Wolne Radio Europa.
- Kathryn Gin Lum, author of Heathen: Religion and Race in American History, explained on the podcast Straight White American Jesus how White American Christians used the label “heathen” in order to name those they deemed not only different, but in need of saving (with “saving” often meaning occupation of native lands, overtaking cultures, and the exclusion of those who refused to, or couldn’t, assimilate).
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