Apr 6, 2022
Episode 12 In this episode, our senior social science editor Tony Mason talks with anthropologist Keith Hart about his life and his newly published book Self in the World: Connecting Life’s Extremes. They cover a wide variety of topics including Keith’s early life in Manchester, the writing process behind the book,...
Mar 8, 2022
In this episode, we are pleased to share two interviews that look at the themes of gender in history, and coloniality.
In the first interview, we are joined by Christian Straube, author of the open access title After Corporate Paternalism: Material Renovation and Social Change in Times of Ruination.
In the second...
Dec 2, 2021
In this episode we discuss a variety of topics related to Indigeneity, colonialism, and play. Guests on this episode include friends of the Berghahn journal ‘Girlhood Studies,’ author Emily Aguilo-Perez, and book editors Tiina Äikäs and Anna-Kaisa Salmi.
Nov 2, 2021
Following an initial proposal for lasting solidarity in June of 2020, Berghahn Books committed to joining the global academic community and our publishing peers in challenging racism. Since then, we have fostered company-wide conversations on how best to contribute in perpetuity to that cause from the vantage point...