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Jul 6 2021:Joshua Greenberg on the Rage for Paper Money and Monetary Knowledge in Early America
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Jun 3 2021:Gabriel Winant on the Rusting of 'Steel City, USA' and the Rise of Healthcare
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May 3 2021:Cristina Groeger on Education, Labor, and Inequality in Boston
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Mar 27 2021:Ronald Schatz on the Labor Board Vets and the Rise of Industrial-Labor Relations
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Feb 14 2021:Rebecca Marchiel on Redlining, Financial Deregulation, and the Urban Reinvestment Movement
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Jan 4 2021:Katie Hindmarch-Watson on London's Telecommunications Work and Serving a Wired World
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Dec 2 2020:Shennette Garrett-Scott on Black Women in Finance
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Nov 2 2020:Aaron Jakes on Colonial Economism and Egypt's Occupation
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Sep 4 2020:Casey Lurtz on Globalization from the Grounds Up
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Aug 3 2020:Caleb McDaniel on Slavery and Restitution
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Jul 2 2020:Episode 68: Augustine Sedgewick on the Dark Empire of Coffee
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Jun 1 2020:Paige Glotzer on How the Suburbs Were Segregated
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May 1 2020:Marcia Chatelain on McDonalds and Black America
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Apr 3 2020:Big Changes at Who Makes Cents
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Mar 18 2020:Zach Carter on Keynesianism and COVID-19
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Mar 2 2020:Dara Orenstein on the Economic Geography of Warehouses
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Jan 10 2020:Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor on Predatory Inclusion
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Dec 3 2019:Eileen Boris on the Construct of the Woman Worker
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Oct 9 2019:Adom Getachew on Anti-colonial Worldmaking
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Sep 6 2019: Nan Enstad on Multinational Cigarette Corporations and Jim Crow Capitalism
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Aug 1 2019:Episode 58: Chris Dietrich on the Energy Crisis and the Anticolonial Elite
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Jul 3 2019:Liz Montegary on the Political Economy of LGBT Families
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May 7 2019:Peter Cole on the Power of Dockworkers
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Apr 13 2019:Bernice Yeung on The Fight to End Sexual Violence Against America’s Most Vulnerable Workers
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Mar 6 2019:Juan De Lara on Logistics and Urban Space
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Jan 6 2019:Randy Shaw on the Housing Affordability Crisis
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Dec 7 2018:Gavin Benke on Enron and the Neoliberal Era
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Nov 3 2018:Louis Hyman on the Rise of the Gig Economy
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Oct 4 2018:Devin Fergus on the Rise of Financial Fees
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Sep 1 2018:Special Episode on Intersectionality and Capitalism
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Aug 1 2018:Jennifer Le Zotte on the Sale and Consumption of Second-Hand Clothing
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Jul 4 2018:Jeremy Milloy on the Political Economy of Workplace Violence
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Jun 2 2018:Raj Patel and Jason Moore on Capital, Nature, and Cheap Things
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May 2 2018:Mehrsa Baradaran on Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap
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Apr 4 2018:Malcolm Harris on Millennials and the Economy That Made Them
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Mar 4 2018:Keona Ervin on Black Women's Activism in St. Louis
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Feb 6 2018:Melinda Cooper on Neoliberal Family Values
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Jan 1 2018:Bryant Simon on the Hamlet Fire and the Politics of Chicken
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Dec 2 2017:Laura Briggs on Reproductive Politics
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Nov 2 2017:Lane Windham on Union Organizing in the 1970s
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Oct 3 2017:Josh Davis on Activist Business in the 1960s and 1970s
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Sep 1 2017:Steve James on Abacus Bank
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Aug 1 2017:Emily Hobson on the Gay and Lesbian Left
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Jul 4 2017:Nancy MacLean on the Radical Right and James Buchanan
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Jun 1 2017:Kim Phillips-Fein on the Fiscal Crisis and Austerity Politics in New York City
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May 1 2017:Geoff Mann on the Keynesian Sensibility in a World of Ecological and Economic Inequality
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Apr 1 2017:Jennifer Haigh on Fiction and Fracking
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Mar 5 2017:Ryan Murphy on Flight Attendant Activism
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Feb 1 2017:Mehrsa Baradaran on Banking for Lower Income Americans
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Jan 3 2017:Brooke Harrington on Wealth Managers and the One Percent
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Dec 2 2016:Christy Chapin on the Centrality of Insurance Companies to American Health Care
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Nov 4 2016:Sarah Jaffe on Social Movements and the 2008 Recession
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Oct 1 2016:LaShawn Harris on Black Women and the Informal Economy
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Sep 1 2016:Sandy Hager on Public Debt and Inequality
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Aug 2 2016:Daniel Amsterdam on the Business Campaign to Expand Government Spending
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Jul 1 2016:David Harvey on A Brief History of Neoliberalism
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Jun 2 2016:Sujani Reddy on Nursing and Empire
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May 2 2016:Sherene Seikaly on Economic Thought in British Mandate Palestine
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Apr 1 2016:Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor on Black Lives Matter and Black Liberation
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Feb 1 2016:Eric Rauchway on How FDR and Keynes Ended the Depression
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Jan 1 2016:Leigh Claire La Berge on Financial Fiction of the Long 1980s
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Dec 2 2015:Jennifer Mittelstadt on the Rise of the Military Welfare State
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Nov 1 2015:Mike Elk on Media Workers Unite
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Sep 1 2015:Phil Tiemeyer on Male Flight Attendants and Sexuality in the Workplace
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Aug 1 2015:Live Show: Who Makes Cents with Belabored
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Jul 1 2015:Suzanna Reiss on Drug Control, Coca-Cola, and Pharmaceuticals
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Jun 3 2015:Jenifer Van Vleck on Empire of the Air
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May 1 2015:Deb Cowen on the Deadly Life of Logistics
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Apr 1 2015:Kim Phillips-Fein on the businessmen's crusade against the New Deal
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Mar 1 2015:Thomas Palley on the Fed and Shared Prosperity
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Jan 7 2015:Christina Hanhardt on Gay Neighborhoods and Violence
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Dec 5 2014:Ellie Shermer on Local Elites Creating a “Good Business Climate”
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Nov 3 2014:Andrew Needham on electricity and the Southwest
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Sep 3 2014:N.D.B. Connolly on Race and Real Estate in Miami
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Aug 1 2014:David Huyssen on Progressive Era Cross-Class Encounters
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Jul 2 2014:Sarah Nicolazzo on 18th Century Vagrancy
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Jun 2 2014:Julia Ott on the History of Widespread Stock Ownership
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May 1 2014:Louis Hyman on the History of Consumer Credit
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