Berkshire Bookworld

BookworldCurious about the professors and other experts who come up with ideas, test their hypotheses, and create the books and other publications that make the rest of us ready for life on this beautiful planet in the 21st century? Berkshire Publishing Group is a small company that tackles great big topics, thanks to the help of a network of many thousands of brilliant people working in universities, thinktanks, and corporations around the world. Get to know them at our Bookworld podcast with host Karen Christensen, Berkshire’s CEO and founder. Comments and requests to bookworld@berkshirepublishing.com. Berkshire Publishing Group 宝库山 is a specialist press, known for its work on China, world history, “big” history, and environmental sustainability.

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  • Brexit, TPP, and the UK-China Relationship Kerry Brown discusses Brexit, UK-China relations, and how the anti-globalization mood evident today is likely to affect Chinese politics, both domestically and internationally. He presents a realistic but generally positive view of the opportunities for research and collaboration. This podcast will be useful to teachers, scholars, and business professionals concerned about China’s role in the ... Click here to listen.
  • Teaching Big History Cynthia Stokes Brown discusses how she teaches big history in this episode of Berkshire Bookworld. As she discussed last week, in “An Introduction to Big History,” big history incorporates many disciplines, from cosmology and chemistry to archaeology and history. Join us today to find out how to bring all these aspects of big history into your ... Click here to listen.
  • An Introduction to Big History Cynthia Stokes Brown, a professor and popular author, explains how she came to write about Big History in this episode of Berkshire Bookworld. Big History is the study of how we all got here, from the Big Bang to the present day, and Cynthia has written and coauthored three books on the subject, including a textbook she ... Click here to listen.

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