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The University of Texas Press Podcasts
Editor Chad Hammett teases out surprising revelations found in the letters by Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright Sam Shepard and longtime friend Johnny Dark.
John Prados discusses the most sensitive US intelligence agency operations, their oversight, and the origins of today's scandals.
James McWilliams speaks about the origins of the pecan, America's native nut.
David Cantwell talks about Haggard's roots, influences, music, and style.
Mary Ellen Miller speaks about her landmark study of the Bonampak murals.
Michael Kamber and Dexter Filkins discuss Photojournalists On War.
James Beard Award-winning author Robb Walsh discusses Barbecue Crossroads.
Eric Draper about his photography book, Front Row Seat.
Ricardo C. Ainslie of the University of Texas at Austin speaks about the fight to save Mexico's bloodiest city.
Robert Williams of Texas State University-San Marcos discusses this important Mixtec codex.
Amara Solari of Penn State speaks about the opposing views of sacred space in post-conquest Yucatán.
Paul Scolieri of Barnard College talks about how dance affected Spanish opinions of the Aztecs.
Theresa May, Editor in Chief at UT Press describes the Latin American and Caribbean Arts and Culture Publication Initiative.
Hogeland, Founding Finance: How Debt, Speculation, Foreclosures, Protests, and Crackdowns Made Us a Nation
William Hogeland describes the class conflicts in Colonial and Early Republican America.
Jan Reid describes his Ann Richards biography.
Joe Holley on the life of football legend Sammy Baugh.
Dan Winters discusses the process of documenting the shuttle program.
Music journalist David Menconi discusses his Ryan Adams biography.
Brands, Greenback Planet: How the Dollar Conquered the World and Threatened Civilization as We Know It
HW Brands discusses the history of the American dollar.
Chris Gondek interviews Ginger Strand about the relationship between serial murderers and the American interstate highway system.
Food writer Josh Ozersky on Colonel Sanders, the man and the symbol.