Christian O. Christiansen, the principal investigator of the research project 'An Intellectual History of Global Inequality' presents the Global Inequality Podcast.
The research project is devoted to understanding the historical relationship between peoples’ location in the world and how they have thought about global inequality.
In this episode of Global Inequality Podcast you can hear the public lecture on Global Inequality of Dr Simon Reid-Henry at Aarhus University. A scholar with a very broad expertise in contemporary history, geography, intellectual history, and the history of Cuba. Currently serving as the director of Queen Mary’s institute for the humanities and social sciences in London, Simon has written four books, the third of which is called THE POLITICAL ORIGINS OF INEQUALITY, published by the University of Chicago Press in 2015.
It was funded through the Independent Research Fund Denmark.
The theme music for this podcast was produced by A. A. Aalto. Find his music on Spotify and Freemusicarchive.org.