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Post-Apocalyptic Fiction (Words To That Effect Ep27)

There's a new episode of the literature and culture podcast, Words To That Effect, out now. It explores post-apocalyptic fiction: why do we love to imagine the end of humanity? Is post-apocalyptic fiction inherently conservative? What does it say about our contemporary fears and anxieties? Featuring Prof Heather Hicks of Villanova University.

Listen now at wttepodcast.com/apocalypse, or on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Podcasting: History's Future in the Digital Age?

Chair and Commentator: Edward L. Ayers, University of Richmond 
• Graham Peck, Saint Xavier University 
• Edward O’Donnell, College of the Holy Cross 
• Liz Covart, Omohundro Institute/Ben Franklin’s World 
• Nicole Hemmer, Miller Center, University of Virginia 
• Julie Golia, Brooklyn Historical Society


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