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Broadly Speaking: A Companion Interview

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Ruby Lowe on “The Speech Without Doors,” British Print Culture, and Genre

Ruby Lowe and Grant Wong discuss her recent JHI article “The Speech without Doors: A Genre, 1627–1769.”

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Benjamin Woodford

Alexander Collin interviews Benjamin Woodford about his recent JHI article, “The right we have to our owne bodies, goods, and liberties: The Freedom of the Ancient Constitution and Common Law in Milton’s Early Prose”

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Felix Schlichter

Nuala Caomhanach interviews Felix Schlichter about his recent JHI article, “Euhemerus and Euhemerism in the Seventeenth and Eighteeth Centuries” (volume 84, issue 4).

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Ana Antić

Ana Antić in discussion with Tom Furse about her review essay, “Psychiatry and Decolonization: Histories of Transcultural Psychiatry in the Twentieth Century,” published in the January 2024 issue of the journal.

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Alexandre Roberts

Alexander Collin interviews Alexandre Roberts about his recent JHI article, “Thinking about Chemistry in Byzantium and the Islamic World.”

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Joyce E. Chaplin, Part Two

Alec Israeli interviews Joyce E. Chaplin about her review essay considering recent books on the concept of the Anthropocene. (Part two of a two-part interview.)

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Joyce E. Chaplin, Part One

Alec Israeli interviews Joyce E. Chaplin about her review essay considering recent books on the concept of the Anthropocene. (Part one of a two-part interview.)

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Charles Clavey on Antisemitism and the Development of Critical Theory

Grant Wong interviews Charles H. Clavey about his recent JHI article, “‘The Stereotype Takes Care of Everything’: Labor Antisemitism and Critical Theory During World War II.”

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Nicolas Guilhot

Luke Wilkinson interviews Nicolas Guilhot about his JHI article, “A Primitive Kind of Superstition: The Idea of the Paranoid Style in Art, Psychiatry, and Politics” (volume 84, issue 2).

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Charlotta Forss

Charlotta Forss in discussion with Cynthia Houng about her recent JHI article, “Mapping Atlantis: Olof Rudbeck and the Use of Maps in Early Modern Scholarship”

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