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Learning from past societies

Jared Diamond, UCLA professor of geography and physiology, was interviewed Tuesday on KPCC-89.3 FM's "AirTalk" about his new book, “The World Until Yesterday,” which explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics.

“The World Until Yesterday,” a new book by UCLA professor of geography and physiology Jared Diamond that explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics was highlighted Monday by the Associated Press and WNYC-93.9 FM’s “Brian Lehrer Show” and today by MSNBC’s “The Cycle.” Diamond was interviewed on WNYC and MSNBC.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports today on "The World Until Yesterday," a new book by UCLA professor of geography and physiology Jared Diamond that explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics. Diamond is quoted.

Thursday's Huffington Post highlighted "The World Until Yesterday," a new book by UCLA professor of geography and physiology Jared Diamond that explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics. Diamond is quoted.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Monday highlighted "The World Until Yesterday," a new book by UCLA professor of geography and physiology Jared Diamond that explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics. Diamond was quoted.

UCLA professor of geography and physiology Jared Diamond was interviewed Tuesday on Comedy Central's "Colbert Report" about his new book, "The World Until Yesterday," which explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics.

Thursday's New York Times featured a Q&A with UCLA professor of geography and physiology Jared Diamond about his favorite books. The piece referenced Diamond's 1997 book "Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies."

UCLA Today covered Professor Diamond's 35-cities-in-nine-countries book tour that brought him to Royce Hall on Jan. 29th.

Sunday's Washington Post reported on "The World Until Yesterday," a new book by UCLA professor of geography and physiology Jared Diamond that explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics.

Monday's New York Times featured a column by UCLA professor of geography and physiology Jared Diamond highlighting lessons from his new book, "The World Until Yesterday," which explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics.

UCLA professor of geography and physiology Jared Diamond was interviewed Saturday on the “Bob Edwards Show” on Chicago's WBEZ-91.5 FM about his new book, "The World Until Yesterday," which explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics.

Australia's Age reports today on "The World Until Yesterday," a new book by Jared Diamond, UCLA professor of geography and physiology, that explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics. Diamond is quoted.