Alvin Felzenberg shares stories about William F. Buckley, from his early family life to the formation of the modern conservative movement.
Monthly Archives: May 2017
YJIA discusses internal Iranian politics and human rights with women’s rights expert Dr. Nina Ansary and democratic organizer Vahid Abedini.
In this episode Angela Alonso, from the Department of Sociology at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, argues that the campaign for the abolition of slavery was the first national social movement and that its success relied on the building of national networks and contacts with the international abolitionist movement.
What should US foreign policy look like in the age of globalism? Foreign policy expert Thomas Wright discusses the threats and opportunities facing the US from places like Europe and East Asia and offers guidance on crafting a foreign policy that addresses these modern challenges. This episode was recorded on 5/16/2017.
Professor Patricia Mainardi discusses the earliest days of comics along with other exciting developments in the illustrated press in 19th-century France and England.
In this episode Marcela Echeverri, an Assistant Professor of History at Yale University, spoke with Alejandro E. Gomez, Maitre de conferences of Latin American History at the Universite Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3 and a fellow at the Gilder Lehrman Center, about his research on the socio-racial perceptions of individuals within the Spanish Atlantic who advocated in favor of or against slavery, the slave trade and/or discrimination of free coloreds in the long 19th century.
Millions of children have been born in the United States with the help of cutting-edge reproductive technologies. Tom Ekman discusses these technologies, where they are going, and more importantly, the rights of the children born using them.
In this episode, we are joined by the deputy editors of our March 2017 issue on Drug Development to go through the drug development process, from basic biological discoveries to introductions of drugs into the clinic.