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At the Brattle Theater in Cambridge, the award-winning sociologist Arlie Hochschild talked to Harvard Kennedy School professor and academic dean Archon Fung for the paperback release of her bestselling book, Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right—a finalist for the National Book Award. This podcast features an edited excerpt of their conversation.
Arlie Hochschild is the award-winning sociologist and author of nine books, including The Second Shift, The Time Bind, The Managed Heart, The Outsourced Self, and Strangers in Their Own Land—a finalist for the National Book Award.
Archon Fung is Ford Foundation Professor of Democracy and Citizenship at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and coauthor of Full Disclosure: The Perils and Promise of Transparency.
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