The World Until Yesterday
Professor Diamond’s discussion took place at the Davidson Continuing Education Center during the 2014 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The festival was held on the campus of the University of Southern California.
Professor Diamond’s discussion took place at the Davidson Continuing Education Center during the 2014 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The festival was held on the campus of the University of Southern California. close
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Jared M. Diamond Professor University of California, Los Angeles->Geography Department
Patt Morrison Columnist Los Angeles Times
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