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Pandemics and Economics in History
9 minutes | May 14, 2021
Pandemics and Economics in History #12
Free African Society in 18th Century Philadelphia Yellow Fever outbreak. Mutual Aid Networks in Covid-19.
10 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
Pandemics and Economics in History #11
Responses to yellow fever outbreaks resulted in innovation and controversy and were influenced by many differences in philosophy.
8 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Pandemics and Economics in History #10
We are writing history, and we need to understand the basic plotline and act accordingly. What we do now could mean the difference between survival and more death for many.
7 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
Pandemics and Economics in History #9
"Amateur in Econ-Land: Is the Intersection with Race Near Here?" Pandemics and Economics in History #9: Amateur in Econ-Land Previous podcasts in this series have primarily used the kind of third-person voice that gathers material from several sources and reports those in a style suggesting journalistic or academic objectivity. I have confessed in previous episodes … Continue reading Pandemics and Economics in History #9 →
7 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
Pandemics and Economics #8
Like buildings with radiators located directly underneath windows, real estate landscapes in cities may look haphazard but reflect our historical values.
5 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
Pandemics and Economics #7
Infection's Legacies Remain Pandemics and Economics in History, Episode #7: Infection's Legacies Remain Text version differs slightly from audio, with one paragraph omitted entirely (see below.) In addition to public parks, many aspects of architecture that we might take for granted were designed originally in response to public health needs: Balconies and terraces, living and … Continue reading Pandemics and Economics #7 →
8 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Pandemics and Economics in History #6
Using disease and fear to foment violence...for at least 700 years.
5 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Pandemics and Economics in History #5
From 14th Century Europe to the US today, hate crimes accompany the spread of disease, whether leprosy, plague, or Covid-19.
5 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
Pandemics and Economics in History #4
Change Born in the Plague of Cyprian Pandemics and Economics #4: Change Born in the Plague of Cyprian In the year 249 of the Common Era, a highly contagious, deadly disease began spreading, first in Ethiopia and across Northern Africa, then into other parts of the Roman Empire. Cyprian (c200-258 CE), Bishop of Carthage, described … Continue reading Pandemics and Economics in History #4 →
5 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Pandemics and Economics in History #3
The Plague of Justinian changed the economy and the meaning of "labor" and "leisure."
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