Exhibit And Series Find The Complicated Relationships That Emerge With And From Our Work

Studs Terkel talks on his Chicago radio show in the late 1970s.
Studs Terkel talks on his Chicago radio show in the late 1970s. Bettmann Archive/Getty Images
Studs Terkel talks on his Chicago radio show in the late 1970s.
Studs Terkel talks on his Chicago radio show in the late 1970s. Bettmann Archive/Getty Images

Exhibit And Series Find The Complicated Relationships That Emerge With And From Our Work

Oral historian and writer Studs Terkel was famous for getting his subjects to think about their everyday lives in a new way. Late last year, Project& and Radio Diaries teamed up to resurrect Studs’ interviews that led to his famous book Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do. Jane Saks, founder of Project&, and Joe Richman, founder of Radio Diaries, recorded those subjects forty years later to see how their work-and feelings about it-had changed. We hear from them about that process, and also memories from Studs Terkel’s longtime producer, Lois Baum.