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Julie K Brown is an award-winning Investigative Journalist at the Miami Herald. She is best known for her work uncovering Jeffery Epstein’s underage sex ring. When the story lost public attention after a 2007 plea deal was signed off by the former ...

BPR Interviews: Julie K. Brown on Exposing Epstein

Julie K Brown is an award-winning Investigative Journalist at the Miami Herald. She is best known for her work uncovering Jeffery Epstein’s underage sex ring. When the story lost public attention after a 2007 plea deal was signed off by the former ...

Anita Häusermann Fábos is a Professor of International Development and Social Change at Clark University. She is also the former Director of Forced Migration and Refugee Studies at the American University in Cairo as well as the former Programme Co...

BPR Interviews: Anita Fábos

Anita Häusermann Fábos is a Professor of International Development and Social Change at Clark University. She is also the former Director of Forced Migration and Refugee Studies at the American University in Cairo as well as the former Programme Co...

Godfrey Reggio is a contemporary documentary filmmaker who has for decades pioneered a distinct experiential film style. Born in New Orleans in 1940, Reggio spent 14 years a monk of the Christian Brothers, a Roman Catholic pontifical order. In years ...

BPR Interviews: Godfrey Reggio on Death and Progress

Godfrey Reggio is a contemporary documentary filmmaker who has for decades pioneered a distinct experiential film style. Born in New Orleans in 1940, Reggio spent 14 years a monk of the Christian Brothers, a Roman Catholic pontifical order. In years ...

Dr. Jeffrey Miron is a senior lecturer and director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Economics at Harvard University. He is known for his work on libertarian economics and on the economics of black markets. Dr. Miron describes himself as...

BPR Interviews: Jeffrey Miron Talks Drugs

Dr. Jeffrey Miron is a senior lecturer and director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Economics at Harvard University. He is known for his work on libertarian economics and on the economics of black markets. Dr. Miron describes himself as...

Nick: I remember first reading about a controversy surrounding the New History of Capitalism scholarship when Dr. Edward Baptist’s book, The Half Has Never Been Told, released in 2014. It seems that The New York Times’ 1619 Project reigni...

BPR Interviews: Phil Magness on the 1619 Project

Nick: I remember first reading about a controversy surrounding the New History of Capitalism scholarship when Dr. Edward Baptist’s book, The Half Has Never Been Told, released in 2014. It seems that The New York Times’ 1619 Project reigni...

The Neoliberal Project is a nonprofit organization seeking to create a new understanding of neoliberalism for our current political moment. The Project believes in both the power of markets to create wealth and the need for a social safety net to red...

BPR Interviews: The Neoliberal Project

The Neoliberal Project is a nonprofit organization seeking to create a new understanding of neoliberalism for our current political moment. The Project believes in both the power of markets to create wealth and the need for a social safety net to red...

Tyler Cowen is a distinguished professor of economics at George Mason University and noted polymath. He blogs with Alex Tabarrok on Marginal Revolution and interviews on his podcast, Conversations With Tyler, where he is renowned for his eccentric, a...

BPR Interviews: Tyler Cowen

Tyler Cowen is a distinguished professor of economics at George Mason University and noted polymath. He blogs with Alex Tabarrok on Marginal Revolution and interviews on his podcast, Conversations With Tyler, where he is renowned for his eccentric, a...

Joseph Pucci is a Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature at Brown University. His classes deal with topics such as medieval Latin, late antiquity, literary selfhood, and the western tradition. He is the author, co-author, editor, or co-edit...

BPR Interviews: Joseph Pucci

Joseph Pucci is a Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature at Brown University. His classes deal with topics such as medieval Latin, late antiquity, literary selfhood, and the western tradition. He is the author, co-author, editor, or co-edit...

Norman Garrick is a Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Connecticut. His research is focused on sustainable transportation and urban planning, urban streets and shared spaces, and transit planning. Dr. Garrick was also a visiting prof...

BPR Interviews: Norman Garrick

Norman Garrick is a Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Connecticut. His research is focused on sustainable transportation and urban planning, urban streets and shared spaces, and transit planning. Dr. Garrick was also a visiting prof...

Stephen Kinzer is an award-winning foreign correspondent who has worked in over 50 countries, with extended postings in Nicaragua, Germany, and Turkey. Among a host of other positions, he served as the chief of the New York Times bureau in Istanbul f...

BPR Interviews: Stephen Kinzer

Stephen Kinzer is an award-winning foreign correspondent who has worked in over 50 countries, with extended postings in Nicaragua, Germany, and Turkey. Among a host of other positions, he served as the chief of the New York Times bureau in Istanbul f...

Alan Eustace is a trained computer scientist and served as the Senior Vice President of Knowledge at Google. In 2014, he made the highest-altitude free-fall jump from the stratosphere wearing only a space suit. He is now working on problems related t...

BPR Interviews: Alan Eustace

Alan Eustace is a trained computer scientist and served as the Senior Vice President of Knowledge at Google. In 2014, he made the highest-altitude free-fall jump from the stratosphere wearing only a space suit. He is now working on problems related t...

Godfrey Reggio is a contemporary documentary filmmaker who has pioneered a distinct film style interlaying visual images with soaring scores. Born in New Orleans in 1940, Reggio spent 14 years a monk of the Christian Brothers, a Roman Catholic pontif...

BPR Interviews: Godfrey Reggio

Godfrey Reggio is a contemporary documentary filmmaker who has pioneered a distinct film style interlaying visual images with soaring scores. Born in New Orleans in 1940, Reggio spent 14 years a monk of the Christian Brothers, a Roman Catholic pontif...