Past Imperfect history podcast: Linda Colley

Episode 2 of Past Imperfect features Dr. Linda Colley (Princeton University). Colley's The Gun, the Ship, and the Pen is a wide-ranging exploration of the development of constitutions, a book which demonstrates how increasingly violent warfare led to the worldwide spread of these documents between the 18th and early 20th centuries.

Overdue Conversations - A Columbia Libraries Podcast

Overdue Conversations is a podcast about the ways archives inform our discussions around history, literature, and politics. From digital publishing to reparative justice, climate change to public health, this series of overdue conversations takes archival documents out of the stacks and into the public forum to consider how collecting practices, selective reading, and erasure of past knowledge informs and distorts contemporary debates. 

Working Historians Season 2 Trailer

Rob Denning and Jimmy Fennessy host Working Historians, a podcast series where we interview history professionals about their academic and professional backgrounds, their historical research, and, generally, what they do all day. Season 1 lasted for four years, and then Rob put the show on haitus, but we're coming back for Season 2, which will be bigger and better than ever. In the trailer for Season 2, Rob and Jimmy share what they hope to do in upcoming episodes. New full episodes will resume in May or June.

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