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Best Rutgers podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Rutgers podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Any society that allows itself to become radically unequal eventually collapses into an uprising or a police state—or both. Join venture capitalist Nick Hanauer and some of the world’s leading economic and political thinkers in an exploration of who gets what and why. Turns out, everything you learned about economics is wrong. And if we don’t do something about rising inequality, the pitchforks are coming.
 
The Scarlet Nation podcast explores the world of Rutgers athletics, with a focus on Scarlet Knight football, basketball, and recruiting. It is hosted by Scarlet Nation publisher, John Otterstedt, as well as long time beat writer, Bobby Deren. Guests include current and former players, high school and college coaches, as well as members of the Scarlet Nation message board community.
 
On The Edge is a podcast all about making unexpected connections. It features conversations with people who are living and working on the boundaries of organisations and places, and who see the world a little differently. Hosted by compulsive connector Roland Harwood from Liminal. #OnTheEdge #WeAreLiminal
 
Hear true stories of marine research! In each episode of "Two Sea Fans," Mote Marine Laboratory scientists and their partners have fun and educational conversations with hosts Joe Nickelson and Hayley Rutger, who love communicating marine science to help listeners become more ocean-literate. New episodes are available every two weeks.
 
Winner of the 2020 Webby and People's Voice awards for best interview podcast. Ezra Klein brings you far-reaching conversations about hard problems, big ideas, illuminating theories, and cutting-edge research. Want to know how Stacey Abrams feels about identity politics? How Hasan Minhaj is reinventing political comedy? The plans behind Elizabeth Warren’s plans? How Michael Lewis reads minds? This is the podcast for you. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
The Scarlet Spotlight is the preeminent podcast for all topics related to Rutgers University Athletics. Hosted by RU alumni Danny Breslauer and Jon Newman, the show looks to provide Scarlet Knights fans -- and those interested in Rutgers sports -- with a unique analysis of the athletic department and its programs. Check-in on New Jersey’s state university’s college sports and follow their journey in the Big Ten Conference. From interviews with prominent figures in the RU Athletics and New Je ...
 
Inside the minds of fitness industry influencers. Find out what drives, fuels and motivates the leaders in health and fitness. Each episode of Escape Your Limits reveals the mental, physical and emotional ingredients involved in standing out above everybody else. Discover why successful people keep going when most people stop, and what keeps them going day after day. It’s not about shortcuts for dreamers; these people prove that constant hard work fuelled by the right frame of mind is what m ...
 
Distraction Pieces is the fastest growing weekly podcast in the UK. Hosted by Scroobius Pip with guests including Russell Brand, Katherine Ryan, Simon Pegg, Kathy Burke, Alan Moore, James McAvoy, Aisling Bea, Stewart Lee, Michael Fassbender, Josie Long, Adam Buxton and many, many more. Now available on acast, iTunes and all good podcast outlets. Download, subscribe, rate & review now!
 
A weekly conversation about politics and current events, international affairs, history, art, books, and the natural world, to illuminate the issues faced by society and explore them in new ways – presented by Amy Mullins. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion
 
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Rutger's new book, Humankind: A Hopeful History … Debunking the "veneer theory" of human nature … Are violence and war intrinsic to human nature? … The human self-domestication thesis … Why Bob doesn't like the idea of people "deserving punishment" … Is it bad to emphasize the dark side of human nature? … What the debunking of the Stanford Prison E…
 
In today's episode, Justin talks with Aaron Breitman of the SB Nation website On the Banks about Nebraska’s 2020 matchup with Rutgers. More from Aaron and On the Banks: Aaron's Twitter: @aaron_breitman On the Banks Website: http://www.onthebanks.com On the Banks' Twitter: @otb_sbnation Many thanks to our sponsors: Monte Rohde, Pinnacle Realty Phone…
 
Natalie Kimball is the author of An Open Secret: The History of Unwanted Pregnancy and Abortion in Modern Bolivia, out this year from Rutgers University Press. An Open Secret argues that, despite stigma and continued legal prohibitions, practices and attitudes surrounding abortion have changed in urban Bolivia since the 1950s. Kimball shows how wom…
 
The fundamentals of economic thought are built on the idea that humans are fundamentally self-interested. But, according to historian Rutger Bregman, that’s a misconception — in fact, humans are fundamentally good, and if we want to realistically address our greatest challenges, we need to reconsider our view of our own human nature. Rutger Bregman…
 
After six months of sports falling under the radar, MGoFish contributor Harry Hillman is spending the summer catching up on the latest around the Big Ten Conference. This new series begins with the only place you can start a Big Ten conversation. Piscataway, New Jersey. Rutgers' own Aaron Breitman, Managing Editor of SB Nation's On The Banks, was k…
 
Macbeth in Harlem: Black Theater in America from the Beginning to Raisin in the Sun (Rutgers University Press, 2020) by Clifford Mason, celebrated actor, director, writer, and playwright, and author of thirty-four plays, is a sweeping history of Black theatre from the early nineteenth century through 1959. With an “Introduction” section, and six co…
 
New mothers face a barrage of confounding decisions during the life-cycle of early motherhood which includes... Should they change their diet or mindset to conceive? Exercise while pregnant? Should they opt for a home birth or head for a hospital? Whatever they “choose,” they will be sure to find plenty of medical expertise from health practitioner…
 
Rutger Bregman is a Dutch historian and author. His sixth book "Humankind, a hopeful history" is out now. The short version of his thesis is that deep down humans are pretty decent - and if you expect good things of people, they’ll do good things. If you expect bad things of people, they’ll do bad things. Enjoy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy an…
 
What was life like before we emerged from hunter-gatherer tribes and pulled ourselves into the civilised world? Notoriously, this same question was asked by the great philosopher Thomas Hobbes in the seventeenth century. His answer? The state of nature is a ‘time of war, where every man is enemy to every man’; where all live in ‘continual fear’, an…
 
Romeo Guzman's and his colleague's East of East: The Making of Greater El Monte (Rutgers University Press, 2020) is an edited collection of thirty-one essays that trace the experience of a California community over three centuries, from eighteenth-century Spanish colonization to twenty-first century globalization. Employing traditional historical s…
 
In this first episode of the (Northeast US Edition) Turfgrass Hotline for 2020, Frank Rossi chats with Rich Buckley, Director of the Diagnostic Clinic at Rutgers University. Rich and Frank discuss the impact of early growth regulation in response to the Covid-19 pandemic on plant stress and pathogens. Snippets on Pythium root rot, annual bluegrass …
 
In Beyond Repair? Mayan Women’s Protagonism in the Aftermath of Genocidal Harm (Rutgers University Press, 2019), Alison D. Crosby and M. Brinton Lykes draw on eight years of feminist participatory action research conducted with fifty-four Q’eqchi’, Kaqchikel, Chuj, and Mam women to explore Mayan women’s agency in their search for truth, justice, an…
 
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