Interviews with University of Pennsylvania Press book authors and editors
Penn Press Podcast Episode 7: Steven P. Miller, Billy Graham and the Rise of the Republican South01/04/2009 Duración: 29min
April, 1, 2009. Historian Steven P. Miller discusses the political life of the internationally renowned evangelist Billy Graham.
Penn Press Podcast Episode 6: Deirdre Martinez, Washington Internships: How to Get Them and Use them to Launch Your Public Policy Career06/03/2009 Duración: 24min
March, 2, 2009. Deirdre Martinez, Director of the Fels Public Policy Internship Program for the University of Pennsylvania, gives advice for students who seek political internships in Washington, DC.
Penn Press Podcast Episode 5: Brendan O'Leary, How to Get Out of Iraq with Integrity02/02/2009 Duración: 24min
February, 2, 2009. Constitution consultant and ethnic reconciliation expert Brendan O'Leary discusses How the United States can withdraw from Iraq quickly and responsibly.
Penn Press Podcast Episode 3: Roger W. Moss and Tom Crane, Historic Landmarks of Philadelphia03/12/2008 Duración: 35min
December, 3, 2008. Historican Roger W. Moss and photographer Tom Crane discuss their collaboration on a series of books on Philadelphia architecture. Moss also discusses architectural history and preservation.
Penn Press Podcast Episode 2: Lisa Magarrell and Joya Wesley, Learning from Greensboro01/11/2008 Duración: 30min
November, 1, 2008. Learning from Greensboro: Truth and Reconciliation in the United States authors Lisa Magarrell and Joya Wesley talk about applying the Truth and Reconciliation model in Greensboro, North Carolina to face the legacy of the Greensboro Massarcre of 1979.
Penn Press Podcast Episode 1: Eugenie Birch and Susan Wachter, Growing Greener Cities01/10/2008 Duración: 21min
October, 1, 2008. In this first Penn Press podcast, Eugenie Birch and Susan Wachter, editors of Growing Greener Cities: Urban Sustainability in the Twenty-First Century, discuss the environmental issues facing cities today.