Susan J. Matt

Photo of Susan J. MattSusan J. Matt is Presidential Distinguished Professor of History at Weber State University and the author of Keeping Up with the Joneses: Envy in American Consumer Society and Homesickness: An American History. She has appeared on many radio programs, including Wisconsin Public Radio’s To the Best of Our Knowledge and CBC Radio’s Tapestry, and her work has been recognized in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Slate, New York Magazine, and the Washington Post, among others.

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