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New Books in Eastern European Studies

By Marshall Poe

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Interviews with Scholars of Eastern Europe about their New Books

Customer Reviews

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' languages (Russian, Polish, and German) because I am very much addicted to the foreign films that were made depicting life behind this region. I find the discussions between the host and the guest quite fascinating. I learned a lot that I had not read in several Cold War books I've read. The content is rich, and I can't wait to listen to future episodes. I hope there are more to come in the future. This is good stuff and wonderful knowledge to pass down, pertaining to an important part of our world history that is still fairly recent. Thank YOU!!

Deserves 5 stars except for one thing--sound quality

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 problems the "New Books Network" seems to have on some of theirs.

C'mon guys get your act together, podcasts have come a long way.