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Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast

Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast is a monthly program devoted to bringing you quality, engaging stories that explain how capitalism has changed over time. We interview historians and social and cultural critics about capitalism’s past, highlighting the political and economic changes that have created the present. Each episode gives voice to the people who have shaped capitalism – by making the rules or by breaking them, by creating economic structures or by resisting them.

info_outline Justene Hill Edwards on the Slaves Economy and the Limits of Black Capitalism 08/04/2021
info_outline Joshua Greenberg on the Rage for Paper Money and Monetary Knowledge in Early America 07/06/2021
info_outline Gabriel Winant on the Rusting of 'Steel City, USA' and the Rise of Healthcare 06/03/2021
info_outline Cristina Groeger on Education, Labor, and Inequality in Boston 05/03/2021
info_outline Ronald Schatz on the Labor Board Vets and the Rise of Industrial-Labor Relations 03/27/2021
info_outline Rebecca Marchiel on Redlining, Financial Deregulation, and the Urban Reinvestment Movement 02/14/2021
info_outline Katie Hindmarch-Watson on London's Telecommunications Work and Serving a Wired World 01/04/2021
info_outline Shennette Garrett-Scott on Black Women in Finance 12/02/2020
info_outline Aaron Jakes on Colonial Economism and Egypt's Occupation 11/02/2020
info_outline Casey Lurtz on Globalization from the Grounds Up 09/04/2020
info_outline Caleb McDaniel on Slavery and Restitution 08/03/2020
info_outline Episode 68: Augustine Sedgewick on the Dark Empire of Coffee 07/02/2020
info_outline Paige Glotzer on How the Suburbs Were Segregated 06/01/2020
info_outline Marcia Chatelain on McDonalds and Black America 05/01/2020
info_outline Big Changes at Who Makes Cents 04/03/2020
info_outline Zach Carter on Keynesianism and COVID-19 03/18/2020
info_outline Dara Orenstein on the Economic Geography of Warehouses 03/02/2020
info_outline Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor on Predatory Inclusion 01/10/2020
info_outline Eileen Boris on the Construct of the Woman Worker 12/03/2019
info_outline Adom Getachew on Anti-colonial Worldmaking 10/09/2019
info_outline Nan Enstad on Multinational Cigarette Corporations and Jim Crow Capitalism 09/06/2019
info_outline Episode 58: Chris Dietrich on the Energy Crisis and the Anticolonial Elite 08/01/2019
info_outline Liz Montegary on the Political Economy of LGBT Families 07/03/2019
info_outline Peter Cole on the Power of Dockworkers 05/07/2019
info_outline Bernice Yeung on The Fight to End Sexual Violence Against America’s Most Vulnerable Workers 04/13/2019
info_outline Juan De Lara on Logistics and Urban Space 03/06/2019
info_outline Randy Shaw on the Housing Affordability Crisis 01/06/2019
info_outline Gavin Benke on Enron and the Neoliberal Era 12/07/2018
info_outline Louis Hyman on the Rise of the Gig Economy 11/03/2018
info_outline Devin Fergus on the Rise of Financial Fees 10/04/2018