Dec 30th, 2018 by buberfellows
It is hard to imagine a world without the division into work days and holidays, or regular office hours (usually 9 to 5), extra hours, and free time. But how did this daily rhythm--which is at the core of our current experience of time--come to be? What is its impact on our lives? And how does it continue to evolve today, with changes in the workplace and in the global economy?
Let’s turn to Dr. Eitan Grossman, who is interviewing Dr. Philip Reick, a social historian who is working on the history of capitalism, organized labor, and Urbanism.