On the latest episode of the LGM podcast, I sat down with Justin Pyke to discuss all that’s new under the rising sun, which is to say a review of recent and interesting work on the Pacific War.
For today’s podcast, I talk to Jason Colby, professor of history at the University of Victoria, about his book Orca: How We Came to Know and Love the Ocean’s Greatest Predator. This is a f
For today’s podcast, I interviewed Chad Montrie, from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, on his 2018 book The Myth of Silent Spring: Rethinking the Origins of American Environmentalism. Thi
I am now in on the LGM podcast game, interviewing scholars with recent books that I have read and enjoyed. I was very happy to start with Jennifer Holland, Assistant Professor of History at the Univer
And now, part 2. In the rest of the interview, Chris and I discuss his new book, released just two weeks ago from Kansas University Press and available for purchase now, addressing the larger question
As we enter the period of wild speculation about a Presidential candidate’s VP choice and its electoral implications, it occurred to me that I’m fortunate to work right down the (now, trag
On a special edition of the LGM podcast, Dan and I chat a bit about how our universities have reacted to the COVID-19 emergency. Plenty of inside baseball for academics, but since academics make up a
On the latest episode of the LGM Podcast, Dan and I discuss hegemony in the time of COVID-19. The US is flailing, leaving a void at the center. Instead of cooperating, the great powers seem to be hedg