#Podcast – The Unconventional Journey of General Larry Spencer: An Interview with General (ret’d) Larry O. Spencer

In our latest podcast at From Balloons to Drones, we are joined by General Larry O. Spencer, former Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force. He recounts his journey from being raised in Southeast Washington, D.C., to enlisting in the U.S. Air Force and eventually rising through the ranks to become one of only nine African Americans to wear four stars.

Call for Guest Hosts for the Disability History Association Podcast

The Disability History Association Podcast is seeking volunteer guest hosts for our 2022-23 season. In consultation with the podcast coordinators, guest hosts will be responsible for producing an episode of the show. While our episodes have traditionally been based around interviews with disability history researchers and curators, other formats are welcome.

Hagley History Hangout/New Episode Available

The Empire of Bethlehem stretched from a small eastern-Pennsylvania city across the United States and down to Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela, Chile, and Brazil. It encompassed dozens of plants, concerns, and subsidiary firms, and touched the lives of millions of people across multiple continents.

Encounters with Polish Literature 20: Aleksander Wat with Michał Paweł Markowski (UIC)

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Michał Paweł Markowski (University of Illinois at Chicago and Center for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at Jagiellonian University in Kraków), prolific literary theorist and critic, is my guest on the latest episode of "Encounters with Polish Literature" for a discussion of the avantgarde poetry of Aleksander Wat (1900-67) and his critique of Stalinist language in his monumental memoir, My Century, which was edited from tape recorded conversations with Czesław Miłosz.


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