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First Look at the T S Eliot – Emily Hale Letters (podcast)

In what one scholar called “the literary event of the decade,” on 2 January 2020, Princeton University Library opened up more than 1,100 letters that the Nobel-Prize-winning poet T.S. Eliot wrote over the course of three decades to an American speech professor and amateur actress named Emily Hale. The day became even more newsworthy

By |2020-08-29T12:43:52-05:00January 14th, 2020|Berkshire Blog, Berkshire Bookworld, Podcasts|0 Comments

Leaving Western Civ Behind, William H. McNeill

William H. (Bill) McNeill (1917-2016) continued to write for decades after his retirement from the University of Chicago. He published several books, including The Human Web, with his son J. R. McNeill, and an autobiography called The Pursuit of Truth. In that book he details his experiences on the 1992 Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Jubilee Commission. Bill was

By |2020-01-13T14:12:21-05:00April 19th, 2017|Berkshire Bookworld, Podcasts|1 Comment

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

By |2017-07-26T15:53:44-05:00November 30th, 2016|Berkshire Bookworld, Podcasts|0 Comments
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