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Books Aren’t Dead – Work’s Intimacy

Submitted by on January 17, 2013 – 8:48 am

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Books Aren’t Dead (BAD) is a regular, monthly podcast series of interviews between feminist scholars and feminist authors of recent books. It is edited by Hye-Jin Lee, and will be available on iTunes as a regular subscription podcast in the near future. 

In this issue of BAD, Polina Kroik interviews Melissa Gregg about her latest book, Work’s Intimacy

 

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