[Image: Detail from Theft: A History of Music]
On The Measure of Everyday Life, we explore the full range of human expression and popular culture as it relates to social concerns. Recently, we saw where that openness can lead. One week, we sat down with Duke University Law School professors James Boyle and Jennifer Jenkins to talk about their use of comic books to educate various audiences about complex issues such as copyright. We then interviewed Dr. Paul Booth about board games and social interaction the next week. Even fun and games are not just fun and games from the lens of social science. Download episodes like those and more through our archives.