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Dec. 14, 2021

The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 47 - David Henkin

The week is seven days.  Why? And why does each day seem to have its own personality? David Henkin has been looking onto this for a week of Sundays, and he has some fascinating answers to these questions.


The week is seven days.  Why? And why does each day seem to have its own personality? David Henkin has been looking onto this for a week of Sundays, and he has some fascinating answers to these questions.

Get David's book:  https://www.theweekahistory.com/

 

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David Henkin

David Henkin is the Margaret Byrne Professor of History at Berkeley, where he teaches primarily about popular culture and everyday life in the United States during the nineteenth-century. His books include City Reading (1998), The Postal Age (2006), and (with Rebecca McLennan) Becoming America (2014).
David received his PhD at University of California, Berkeley, and his BA at Yale University.

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https://www.theweekahistory.com/