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New Books in Eastern European Studies
Interviews with Scholars of Eastern Europe about their New Books
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3.9 stars from 14 ratings
This work is too important to have such poor production values. Echoes, fade out, stuttered audio. Some fantastic books. Articulate authors who are able to discuss their work so that the educated layman may follow it. The audio should be the easy part. The guests (and listeners) deserve...Read full review »
NemoX1970 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/18/18
Dear God these people at the New Books Network must have a tin-ear. Far too many of the podcasts are poorly recorded enough to realize that they seem to not care or made their interviewers try to maintain quality recording . I listen to several other podcasts, NONE have the quality control...Read full review »
t78tt.r via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/15
Epic!
Wow. I am very happy to have come across this podcast. As someone who has a huge interest in the Cold War, in particular eastern Europe and the events that lead to the dissolution of 'Communism', I can't say how awesome and informative this podcast is. I have learned several 'iron curtain'...Read full review »
Ricardo Villalobos via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/12/12
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