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A podcast with School of Public Policy and UCL academics alongside practitioners who will discuss the politics and policy of Covid-19. The format of the podcast will include short presentations from each speaker, with most of the time dedicated to discussion and debate. Listeners will have the option to pre-submit questions to our panel using the links on our website and each podcast will be available to listen to on all major platforms at any time following release.
 
Bowler's Desk San Diego News and Politics Podcast is all about politics in San Diego and beyond. We chat analyze and give our take on local, national, and international politics. Ric Epps is known as the San Diego Political Professor. He holds a pHd in Political Science and is a former field intelligence agent. Epps an expert inInternational relations, U.S. foreign policy, Middle East politics and international security, nuclear weapons, WMD proliferation policies and issues and terrorism, p ...
 
Montana Public Radio's weekly legislative news and analysis program appears on Fridays throughout the legislative session. MTPR's Sally Mauk is joined by Capitol Reporter Holly Michels and UM Political Science Professor Rob Saldin to discuss the week's legislative news.
 
If you're trying to make sense of national politics or want to better understand how things work in Washington, DC, then you're in the right place! Join former political science professor, Matthew DeSantis, as he recaps the biggest stories of the week, provides in-depth analysis on different topics, answers listener questions, and keeps score of the political winners and losers. Submit your questions to swamp@amalfimedia.com, follow the show on Twitter @FromTheSwampPod, and follow your host ...
 
Introduction to Political Economy looks at how politics and economics interrelate, but also how political economy can encompass a lot more than just politics and economics. Over the course of this podcast we will also be inviting scholars from different disciplines and perspectives to speak to us about how they approach these kinds of questions. Hosted by Noaman G. Ali, assistant professor of political economy at the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Pakistan.
 
It shouldn't be news to anyone that Twitter dictates the news headlines and vice versa. This is a podcast for people just as addicted to twitter and politics as we are, but are looking for a voice of reason amongst the noise. Hosted by two recent college graduates and best friends—Jabari Carter, self-proclaimed twitter expert and political hobbyist, and Lexie Cohen, former campaign field organizer and political science grad—We the Tweeters condenses the often hyperbolic tone of twitter and i ...
 
This is Politics & Life Sciences (PLS) Radio which is an interplay of Life Sciences and Politics. I am your host Dean L. Fanelli, Ph.D. I am an Intellectual Property attorney in Washington, DC. My practice focuses on issues attendant to the Life Sciences industry. On PLS, we will explores cutting edge topics involving the Biotech and Pharma ecosystems and looks at political or governmental policy issues affecting the Biotech and Pharma industries. Each week, PLS will have amazing guests incl ...
 
Nexus is an archived radio show sponsored by Black Mountain Institute and UNLV's College of Urban Affairs and broadcast on KUNV. Hosted by Dina Titus, the show explores the links between campus and community, poetry and policy, fact and fiction, science and society, research and reality.
 
"The Shadow of the Future: deconstructing global politics" is a biweekly podcast series that takes a deep dive into the trending topics in contemporary global politics. Our channel offers in-depth analysis, discussion and insight into the latest heated political debates featuring scholars and experts in international relations and political science. Subscribe to our podcast in order to stay tuned for the newest episodes.
 
Each week, your hosts--public radio veteran Stephan Cox, political science PhD candidate Chad Levinson, and Democratic strategist David Gershwin--unpack the week in politics and attempt to drill down through the chatter and into something that quite possibly resembles the truth. Born during the 16-month long national nightmare that is the 2016 Presidential election, the show continues to evolve, examining greater and deeper themes and threads across the political and cultural landscape. Step ...
 
Professor David Nutt has spent a career making the argument for a rational, evidence-based approach to drug policy and drug use. The scientific evidence still challenges perceived wisdom on drugs and for that reason can appear to be contentious. In this podcast, the Professor explores the actual harms and potential benefits of various drugs, challenging myths surrounding classification and legislation, and exploring the societal impact of poorly informed drug policy. Using evidence in public ...
 
Le Podcast Alain est consacré au philosophe français Alain (1868-1951). Les aspects philosophiques et politiques de sa pensée sont discutés, ainsi que sa biographie et le contexte historique dans lequel il se situe. Complexe, la pensée d'Alain, réputée pour la concision de son expression et son style ramassé, nous aide à éclairer les problèmes de notre temps. Célèbre pour son influence politique, et sa défense de la démocratie et de la paix, autant que pour ses théories de l'éducation, Alain ...
 
We all want to experience life satisfaction and emotional health. But getting to that place is another matter. From lockdowns to isolation, ongoing racial injustice to political turmoil, lost lives and lost jobs — this past year has tested our minds and bodies in profound ways. During the Addy Hour podcast, we’ll discuss topics at the intersection of brain science, mental health, faith, culture, & social justice. Join us for dynamic conversations and insights based on the lived experience an ...
 
"Really excellent...insightful, personal, experiential, direct..." Gary Weber, Happiness Beyond Thought. The truly inspirational and utterly magnificent podcast series on spirituality and the cultural arts by The Poetry Of Illusion. A veritable feast. 14 episodes of literary and artistic magic!" The Culturium. "Utterly unique, intensely riveting and deeply profound podcast series. Highly recommended." Paula Marvelly, writer and filmmaker. "I feel at home listening to these podcasts, a world ...
 
Culturally insensitive commentary, space-time stuff and world news. In each episode, Hosts Herbie Pearlman and Brian Horustopheles Labrecque will de-construct the anatomy of the physical and or political universe. Brian is a writer and indie film god and Herbie Pearlman is a guru and spiritual advisor to the world's homeless Viagra enthusiasts. Find us at www.laser.yoga/scienceboobies
 
In this podcast I’ll be talking to people from various backgrounds about their research, their work and their stories. I will be talking to university professors, PhDs, researchers, friends and more, to understand their work, their discoveries, and their stories. Being a curious mind, I will be speaking to people from many different backgrounds. I have no specific field that I want to cover in this podcast. Topics will range from science, psychology, philosophy, politics, culture, history, c ...
 
For over 100 years, the Fellowship of the British Academy has brought together the country’s greatest thinkers from across the humanities and social sciences. In this new podcast, current Fellows of the British Academy shine a light on the Fellows of previous generations whose work still shapes how we see the world today. Listen to leading historians, economists, psychologists and political scientists introducing you to the academics that inspired them, revealing their remarkable lives and t ...
 
Dennis Tvrdik, singer of metal band Affiance (hiatus), talks psychology, politics, philosophy, science, and of course... music. Less of a show and more of just banter with friends and guests about the world we live in, Dennis focuses on conversations that act as a bridge between a widening gap of political ideologies and identity politics, and how it affects our personal lives. His style is laid back and playful, yet serious in content. Hope you enjoy!
 
Eternal Elements are your personal ubiquitous eMentoring concept podcasts on Leadership & Management. The Author, Niket Karajagi, is a Mechanical Engineer with, MBA in International Business Management, ICF accredited Coach, Certified MBTI, FIRO-B, DISC, Saville, and Global Leaders of Future Assessor. Niket Karajagi, your host & AtyaasaaOnline e-learning MOOC, brings you the Eternal Elements podcasts on real-time people and management challenges that organizations face in the current Volatil ...
 
Welcome to In Depth Out Loud, a selection of long form stories written by academic experts for The Conversation UK. Each episode brings you the audio version of a different story across a wide range of subjects, from science, to politics, health, culture and business. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Mission: The mission of Discovery Institute is to advance a culture of purpose, creativity and innovation. Program: Discovery Institute is an inter-disciplinary community of scholars and policy advocates dedicated to the reinvigoration of traditional Western principles and institutions and the worldview from which they issued. Discovery Institute has a special concern for the role that science and technology play in our culture and how they can advance free markets, illuminate public policy ...
 
Everlasting Radio is a part of the MJF Media network. The MJF Group, established by Founder Merrill J. Fernando around his vision for tea and integrity, is managed around the philosophy of making business a matter of human service. The MJF Media network with its eclectic mix of music and inspiration, is an element in the fulfillment of the Group’s founding commitment to human service. Everlasting Radio and our sister channels have the objective of entertaining whilst inspiring hope through e ...
 
Medicine bridges the gap that exists between our society and the world of science. However, it is more than the sum of our knowledge about disease. Medicine concerns the experiences, feelings, and interpretations of human beings in often extraordinary moments of fear, anxiety, and doubt. However, the exercise of medical professionalism is hampered by the political and cultural environment of health, which many doctors consider disabling. The doctor character has undergone significant changes ...
 
The Mythic Politics Podcast, exploring the murky worlds of political conspiracies and government corruption, lampoons classic conspiracy theories like bohemian grove gatherings, the Bilderberg meetings, and the JFK Assassination, to modern misconceptions like PizzaGate, the Qanon movement, and 9/11 being an inside job. Mythic Politics casts a humorous eye on UFO phenomena like men in black, reptilians and alien abductions, cryptozoology like bigfoot, loch ness and Chupacabra, and fringe scie ...
 
What is Radio Luftballet? Radio Luftballet—anchored at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL)—is a place for imagining new worlds and sharing people’s stories about how we can contribute to the transition to a more sustainable society. Radio Luftballet hopes to open up connections and collaborations between the many sectors—cultural, commercial, social, political—working on transitions within their fields. In this project we wish to keep alive the historic ambitions of utopi ...
 
The Convo is a interview series hosted by PC Magazine features editor Evan Dashevsky (@haldash; facebook.com/EvanDashevskyStuff). We invite the most interesting thinkers and doers in science, technology, and geekdom to talk about the big trends affecting the world. Past guests have included astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, video game pioneer Richard Garriott, NASA deputy administrator Dava Newman, World War Z author Max Brooks, former astronaut Mike Massimino, Mr. Robot writer/producer Ko ...
 
"Eugenics and Other Evils," by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. I think G.K. Chesterton explains his book rather well in his introduction, but it might help to start with a sense of the time in question. Chesterton started work on Eugenics and Other Evils in about 1910, but it was not completed and published until 1922. In his own introduction he talks about the period before and after "The War." The war he refers to is now called World War One. We now have a distaste for the word Eugenics, largely ...
 
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“It is no secret that European studies has suffered a setback in the academy”, write William Collins Donahue and Martin Kagel in their contribution to European Studies: Past, Present and Future (Agenda Publishing, 2020). In the US, area studies have waned, funding streams have dried up and students are questioning what job being a “Europeanist” wil…
 
Paola Rivetti of Dublin City University talks about her latest book Political Participation in Iran from Khatami to the Green Movement, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. The book examines the unintended consequences of top-down reforms in Iran, analyzing how the Iranian reformist governments (1997–2005) sought to utilize gradual reforms to co…
 
Thomas and JJ talk to Pastor Will about abortion and when (or if) a fetus should be granted personhood. JJ makes the claim that he isn't just pro-choice, but pro-abortion and that it should be normalized.Visit our website and fill out our form to become a guest at analyzedpodcast.com. You can subscribe to our patreon by visiting our patreon page.…
 
Today I talked to Ora Szekely about Insurgent Women: Female Combatants in Civil Wars (Georgetown UP, 2019), which she co-edited with Jessica Trisko Darden and Alexis Henshaw. Why do women go to war in non-state armed groups? Despite the reality that female combatants exist the world over, we still know relatively little about who these women are, w…
 
Donna Reed is the District 5 representative on Reading City Council. She was Council vice president from 2015 through January 2018. Though the years, she has served on a number of Council committees, chairing the former marketing and holiday planning committees and co-chairing the finance committee. She now serves as Council representative to the R…
 
The word "peacebuilding" evokes a story we've all heard over and over: violence breaks out, foreign nations are scandalized, peacekeepers and million-dollar donors come rushing in, warring parties sign a peace agreement and, sadly, within months the situation is back to where it started--sometimes worse. But what strategies have worked to build las…
 
What is the impact of surveillance capitalism on our right to free speech? The Internet once promised to be a place of extraordinary freedom beyond the control of money or politics, but today corporations and platforms exercise more control over our ability to access information and share knowledge to a greater extent than any state. From the onlin…
 
Political Scientist Heath Brown’s new book, Homeschooling the Right: How Conservative Education Activism Erodes the State (Columbia UP, 2021) is an excellent overview of the homeschooling movement in the United States, but it is much more than an exploration of that movement, since it centers on the way that this movement developed into a parallel …
 
Napoleon had no religion, but he spent much of his career dealing with it. In this talk to mark the bicentenary of his death, William Doyle discusses how Napoleon saw that the upheavals of the French Revolution could never be ended unless its quarrel with the Catholic Church could be settled. This meant negotiating with the pope. Most of Napoleon's…
 
Season 8: Impact of Technological Factors The technological factor is critical in the 21st Century. It is one of the determinants of Lean and Productive Organizations. Information and Communications Technology penetration is the key to business success in the Borderless World. In this podcast, we study the importance of technology & ICT penetration…
 
In this first ever episode, I’m speaking to Dr Jennifer Olt, who received her PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Sheffield, where she focused her research on signal detection and transmission in the ear. In the podcast we covered that research, how Dr Olt tried to understand how hearing works in zebrafish and how that helped us understand h…
 
Our second mailbag episode is here and we have a lot of listener questions to go over. As a reminder, mailbag episodes are dedicated solely to answering all of the questions you've submitted. Like the last episode, Nathaniel (co-host of the Amalfi Media podcast, Binge Bros) joins us and moderates the questions. This is a jam-packed episode with lot…
 
In The Other Side of the Coin: Public Opinion toward Social Tax Expenditures (Russell Sage Foundation, 2021), political scientists Christopher Ellis and Christopher Faricy examine public opinion towards social tax expenditures—the other side of the American social welfare state—and their potential to expand support for such social investment. Tax e…
 
In Give Me Liberty: A History of America's Exceptional Idea (Basic Books, 2019), Richard Brookhiser has written a history of an idea, liberty, using an unconventional format of a review of documents from America’s past that touch upon different understandings of liberty. Brookhiser reviews thirteen documents from each era of America’s past. He star…
 
Contributor(s): Ken Benoit, Andrew Murray, Seeta Peña Gangaradhan, Alison Powell, Bernhard von Stengel | Computer algorithms shape our lives and increasingly control our future. They have crept into virtually every aspect of modern life and are making life-changing choices on our behalf, often without us realising. But how much power should we give…
 
For the Many: American Feminists and the Global Fight for Democratic Equality (Princeton University Press, 2021) presents an inspiring look at how US women and their global allies pushed the nation and the world toward justice and greater equality for all. Reclaiming social democracy as one of the central threads of American feminism, Dorothy Sue C…
 
Dr. Kristen Looney’s Mobilizing for Development: The Modernization of Rural East Asia published by Cornell University in 2020 interrogates how countries achieve rural development and offers a new way of thinking about East Asia's political economy that challenges the developmental state paradigm. Based on archival research and fieldwork in Asia, th…
 
In Queer in Translation: Sexual Politics under Neoliberal Islam (Duke UP, 2021), Evren Savcı analyzes the travel and translation of Western LGBT political terminology to Turkey in order to illuminate how sexual politics have unfolded under Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's AKP government. Under the AKP's neoliberal Islamic regime, Savcı shows, there has been …
 
In this episode Astrid Norén-Nilsson of Lund University discusses her latest research about the Cambodian online news outlet Fresh News with Duncan McCargo, the Director of NIAS. Fresh News has become an indispensable source of information for Cambodia’s political and bureaucratic elite – but just how independent is the platform from the ruling Cam…
 
Evo Morales, Bolivia's first Indigenous president, won reelection three times on a leftist platform championing Indigenous rights, anti-imperialism, and Bolivian control over the country's natural gas reserves. In Bolivia in the Age of Gas (Duke UP, 2020), Bret Gustafson explores how the struggle over natural gas has reshaped Bolivia, along with th…
 
In post-Suharto Indonesian politics the exchange of patronage for political support is commonplace. Clientelism saturates the political system through everyday practices of vote buying, influence peddling, manipulating government programs, and skimming money from government projects. In this episode of New Books in Southeast Asian Studies, Professo…
 
A clear-eyed look at modern India's role in Asia and the broader world. One of India's most distinguished foreign policy thinkers addresses the many questions facing India as it seeks to find its way in the increasingly complex world of Asian geopolitics. A former Indian foreign secretary and national security adviser, Shivshankar Menon traces Indi…
 
Season 8: Impact of Cultural Factors The cultural factor is critical for businesses to succeed in foreign markets. Culture shocks can be devastating and have the potential to increase the cost of foreignness. It is important to study cultural differences and similarities to determine the business strategy. Before we study the Technological, Environ…
 
The 2021 Legislature produced a balanced budget with a slight spending increase, some new restrictions on abortion, a fight with the state Supreme Court and a lot of fulfilled conservative goals. Holly, Rob and Sally give their final takeaways from the session and preview the upcoming race for Montana's new second congressional seat. Listen now on …
 
What if the sovereignty of the First Nations was recognised by European international law in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries? What if the audacious British annexation of a whole continent was not seen as acceptable at the time and the colonial office in Britain understood that 'peaceful settlement' was a fiction? If the 1901 parliament did …
 
Season 8: Impact of Economic Factors The economic drivers of a country determine International Trade and Market Dynamics. Free Markets are an attractive proposition and so are economies in transition and developing countries. Developed countries are great for enhancing productivity and technology. Managers must choose which countries to operate in …
 
« Je dirais de toute maladie (…) que c’est une séparation ou un schisme (…) en cette république de muscles et de tissus, ce qui humilie et aussitôt indigne ; le principal de la maladie étant colère et désespoir ensemble, ce qui va toujours à une sorte de folie par une fureur de déraisonner… » Colère, désespoir et fureur de déraisonner : Alain n’a p…
 
Ewan Stein of University of Edinburgh talks about his latest book, International Relations in the Middle East: Hegemonic Strategies and Regional Order, with Marc Lynch on this week's podcast. The book demonstrates how the sources of regional antagonisms and solidarities are to be found not in the geopolitical chessboard, but in the hegemonic strate…
 
On today’s podcast, I interview Dr. Steve Marr. Dr. Marr is a senior lecturer in Peace and Conflict Studies. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Florida in 2008, specializing in Comparative Politics, Political Theory, and African Studies. Currently, he is at work on a number of long-term comparative urban studies proje…
 
Growing Up America: Youth and Politics Since 1945 (U Georgia Press, 2019) is a fascinating book that weaves together the burgeoning field of Childhood History, the post-World War II history of the United States, and the familiar concepts of political advocacy by younger citizens. Eckelmann Berghel, Fieldston, and Renfro, all historians, have brough…
 
With recent steps towards accountability mixed with ongoing injustices and lack of accountability, many of us are asking, “Where do we go from here?” This week, we consider how music, neuroscience, and faith can help us move toward personal and societal empathy and healing, amidst these challenges. Hip hop artist & author Lecrae and professor & neu…
 
By late 1859, when she had almost finished writing her second novel, The Mill on the Floss, George Eliot was still unsure of its final title. Two other possible titles, ‘Sister Maggie’ and ‘The House of Atreus’ were under consideration almost up to the time of printing and in this talk, Rosemary Ashton discusses the case of The Mill on the Floss in…
 
The ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which granted women the right to vote nationwide, was the culmination of a long and oftentimes contentious campaign that had its origins in the beginnings of the nation itself. In American Women’s Suffrage: Voices from the Long Struggle for the Vote, 1776-1965 (L…
 
Beginning in the late nineteenth century, India played a pivotal role in global conversations about population and reproduction. In Reproductive Politics and the Making of Modern India (University of Washington Press, 2021), Mytheli Sreenivas demonstrates how colonial administrators, postcolonial development experts, nationalists, eugenicists, femi…
 
This week’s episode features Carl Hart, professor of neuroscience and psychology at Columbia University in New York. Professor Nutt and Professor Hart discuss drug addiction and its political context in the US. Are drug policies racist? Were they made to help or to harm? What does the declaration of independence has to do with drug criminalization?…
 
We have a lot to talk about on this week's episode of Swamp! We start off with all the happenings in the DC wetlands. Some of the things we discuss include the Armenian genocide, how the US minimum wage conversation matches some of the same minimum wage conversations in the EU, and the UK slashing its foreign aid budget by $6.25 billion USD. This s…
 
In this engaging and innovative history of the communist movement in colonial India, Ali Raza reveals the lives, geographies, and anti-colonial struggles of Indian revolutionaries and how they sought to remake the world. Driven by the utopian visions of Communist Internationalism, Indian revolutionaries yearned and struggled for a global upheaval t…
 
Adom Getachew, the Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago, is the author of Worldmaking after Empire: The Rise and Fall of Self-Determination (Princeton University Press, 2019). The work has received immense praise from academics and non-specialists alike, winning a plethora of awards, including the Fr…
 
Two very thoughtful oddfellows--a labor economist and a Russian literature scholar--take on the world's problems in their newest collaboration, Minds Wide Shut How the New Fundamentalisms Divide Us (Princeton University Press, 2021). Gary Saul Morson and Morton Schapiro bring to bear the remarkably powerful tool of great 19th century Realist litera…
 
How do we understand our contemporary politics of race in historical, economical, and political context? How do we make sense of the Chinese Exclusion acts and ongoing racial discrimination? In Ghosts of Gold Mountain: The Epic Story of the Chinese Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad (HMH, 2019), Dr. Gordon H. Chang recovers the history of how …
 
Prathama Banerjee's book Elementary Aspects of the Political: Histories from the Global South (Duke UP, 2020) studies the rise of modern politics in India, between the mid-19th and the mid-20thcenturies, at the cusp of colonial modern, classical Indian, Indo-Persian and regional vernacular ideas. It unpacks the political, following modern common se…
 
This year, more than 40 books will be published in English with 'Neoliberal' or 'Neoliberalism' in the title. For many in the academy, these words have become interchangeable with “capitalist”, “laissez-faire”, “fiscally austere” or pretty much anything short of full socialism. Yet, when it was first coined by self-proclaimed neoliberals on either …
 
Season 8: Impact of Political Systems The political system of a country determines the doctrine of social behavior and change. In any Internal Business decision, political stability or instability is the key to success. In this podcast, we discuss the facet of Political Systems. AtyaasaaOnline is an E-learning portal that people can preview and lea…
 
The dispute between Republican legislative leadership and the state Supreme Court will likely continue after the legislative session ends. This as Montana joins several states in passing changes to voting laws — and those changes are already being challenged in court. And Friday, lawmakers reached a compromise on how to implement recreational marij…
 
Ken Ruoff’s Japan’s Imperial House in the Postwar Era, 1945-2019 (Harvard UP, 2020), is a revised and expanded version of the author’s The People’s Emperor: Democracy and the Japanese Monarchy, 1945-1995 (2003). The book is an extensive and detailed treatment of the Japanese imperial institution as it enters a new era, Reiwa, with the abdication of…
 
Thomas and JJ talk with Kristen and Ryan about the idea that people can identify with and transition to another race. We talk about the differences and how the two are being compared in public discourse, such as in Richard Dawkins' recent Twitter post. Interested in becoming a guest? Fill out our guest form at analyzedpodcast.com. Follow our Facebo…
 
Jesse Wozniak of West Virginia University talks about his latest book, Policing Iraq: Legitimacy, Democracy, and Empire in a Developing State, with Marc Lynch on this week's podcast. The book demonstrates how police are integral to the modern state’s ability to effectively rule and how the failure to recognize this directly contributed to the desta…
 
On today’s podcast, I interview Mary Barthelson, a candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates. Mary has an MS in Systems Engineering from George Mason University. Let me know what you think by tweeting me @FromTheSwampPod! Links we think you’ll like: Mary's Twitter @Barthelson4va Mary's Campaign Website Emerge Virginia Watch -> https://youtu.be/…
 
While a number of books came out on the centenary of the Russian Revolution, few seriously considered how the 20th century would have unfolded differently if the violent forces of counter-revolution and White terror had not crushed the Marxist dreams of a new future. What if the revolution had successfully spread to Western Europe and the United St…
 
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