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Best Heterodox podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Heterodox podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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For our regular listeners of Extremely Offline: It’s been a while! Since we effectively closed down XO, the world has gone to shit. We’re not necessarily saying the one caused the other, but just in case, we’re bringing the pod back, but under a new name.Zaid and I, along with our friend Shant Mesrobian, have launched a new show on YouTube called “The Backchannel,” and we’re going to stream it here as an audio podcast, as well. The format is a little different, and a little looser, than XO, ...
 
Money on the Left is a monthly, interdisciplinary podcast that reclaims money’s public powers for intersectional politics. Hosting critical conversations with leading historians, theorists, organizers, and activists, the show draws upon Modern Monetary Theory and constitutional approaches to money to advance new forms of left critique and practice. Money on the Left is the official podcast of the Modern Money Network’s Humanities Division. It is hosted by William Saas, Maxximilian Seijo and ...
 
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Professor Azerrad joins me to discuss what happened to American conservatism. Once ascendant and full of ideas, it lost it's sense of purpose. So what do people who identify with the Right actually want out of government? Does it overlap with what independents & some liberals want? What does a successful society look like and how do we get there?…
 
Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke talk about their new book Grandstanding: The Use and Abuse of Moral Talk on this episode. They explain how moral grandstanding differs from other vices like hypocrisy, and how it’s not the same as virtue signaling. They talk about psychological research that they have done with Joshua Green to create the grandstanding…
 
Journalist Michael Tracey joins The Backchannel to talk about his trip interviewing people whose businesses were destroyed by rioting. Tracey's interviews highlight the human impact of the riots, demonstrating how many working class people and immigrants suffered from the consequences.By Zaid Jilani and Leighton Woodhouse
 
For our regular listeners of Extremely Offline: It’s been a while! Since we effectively closed down XO, the world has gone to shit. We’re not necessarily saying the one caused the other, but just in case, we’re bringing the pod back, but under a new name. Zaid and I, along with our friend Shant Mesrobian, have launched a new show on YouTube called …
 
This episode features cognitive psychologist and human memory expert, Dr. Elizabeth Loftus. It’s a recording of a live webinar hosted by HxA on June 8, 2020 called Cocktails and Canceled Conversations with Elizabeth Loftus. Dr. Loftus is a Distinguished Professor at UC-Irvine in the Department of Psychological Science and the Department of Criminol…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Tyrone Howard, professor of education at the University of California, Los Angeles, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, director of the university’s Black Male Institute as well as director of the UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families about how to make real progress on racism. Links &…
 
Amy Edmondson is my guest on this episode. She’s an organizational psychologist at Harvard Business School and she’s known for her highly influential studies of psychological safety, the sense that you can be honest and open and can take interpersonal risks at your workplace without fear of punishment. She has also published influential papers on t…
 
Economist Benjamin Wilson joins Money on the Left to discuss heterodox approaches to place, participation, and the politics of university finance. Associate professor of economics at SUNY Cortland, Wilson received his interdisciplinary Ph.D. from University of Missouri, Kansas City (UMKC), where he took courses with some of the leading lights of he…
 
Meghan Daum is a columnist for Medium, an adjunct faculty in the MFA Writing Program at Columbia University's School of the Arts, and author of five books, one of which we will be discussing today, The Problem With Everything: A Journey Through the New Culture Wars. It was named one of the 100 notable books of 2019 by the New York Times. In a recen…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Irshad Manji, Director for Courage, Curiosity, and Character at Let Grow, about the ways in which we can implement enduring anti-racist measures. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: irshadmanji.com Twitter: @IrshadManji, Instagram, Facebook letgrow.org New York Daily News: How protesters can reclaim the movement: Th…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Cory Clark, Director of Academic Engagement at Heterodox Academy, about her work to encourage viewpoint diversity in academia. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Heterodox Academy @ImHardcory www.coryjclark.com The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 175 Are Good Intentions But Bad Ideas Growing Fragile Students? How to Have …
 
Drew Perkins talks with social psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman about his new book, "Transcend, The New Science of Self-Actualization", and how it might help educators grow the potential in students. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: scottbarrykaufman.com Scott on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram Scott's Psychology Podcast The TeachThought P…
 
Michael Kruse is a senior staff writer at POLITICO, where he writes about presidential candidates and campaigns. He has been a journalist since his undergraduate years at Davidson College, and worked for the Tampa Bay Times before joining POLITICO. He has won a number of awards including the National Press Foundation’s Dirksen Award for Distinguish…
 
Adam Domby is my guest today. He’s a history professor at the College of Charleston and we’ll be talking about his research on the statue of Silent Sam at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. That statue commemorated a Confederate soldier and was erected at a main university entrance in 1913. When Domby was a student at Chapel Hill in t…
 
In this episode, Maxx and Scott speak with legal scholar Sanjukta Paul about imagining alternative and more just forms of economic association in ways that denaturalize the 20th-century monopolistic firm. The key, Paul argues, is to reveal and contest the public “coordination rights” that legally structure all economic activity. Sanjukta Paul is As…
 
Drew Perkins talks with John Wood Jr. of Braver Angels about bringing people together on the most polarizing of issues, including racism, and how that work touches education. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: braverangels.org/ @braverangels Braver Angels on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube @JohnRWoodJr Race, Culture and the Dynamics of Preju…
 
This episode is hosted by Cory Clark, and Michael Roth is the guest. Michael is a historian, the president of Wesleyan University, and the author of the book ‘Safe Enough Spaces: A Pragmatist’s Approach to Inclusion, Free Speech, and Political Correctness on College Campuses’. HxA held its first ever book club a few weeks back, and we chose to read…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Ron Ritchhart, Author of The Power of Making Thinking Visible and Creating Cultures of Thinking & Making Thinking Visible and Senior Research Associate at Harvard's Project Zero, about his new book co-authored with Mark Church. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: ronritchhart.com @RonRitchhart Project Zero Book: The…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Sarah Westbrook of the Right Question Institute and author Warren Berger as part of a Zoom discussion about inquiry teaching and learning in uncertain times. This discussion included almost 500 participants adding their comment and questions in the chat section. This is the archived audio, to view the video and review chat n…
 
This is a special one-hour episode featuring Christian Gonzalez and Ian Storey. Christian Gonzales is a research assistant at Heterodox Academy. He’s a senior at Columbia University and he has written for various conservative publications like National Review and City Journal. Ian Storey is a staff writer for Heterodox Academy. He’s a political sci…
 
Drew Perkins talks with journalist Graham Couch about how his training as a sportswriter has helped him write dispassionately about polarizing topics. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Lansing State Journal: Graham Couch @Graham_Couch @couchandtherube Couch and the Rube Podcast Matt Taibbi: Hate Inc.: Why Today’s Media Makes Us Despise O…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Maria Castelluccio, Head of School at Léman Manhattan Preparatory School, about the lessons she's learned as a female educator and now school leader. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Léman Manhattan Preparatory School admissions@lemanmanhattan.org Visit wegrowteachers.com for information about our workshops and s…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Caitlin Sweetapple, Director of Education at Shrub Oak International School, about teaching and learning with autistic students and what regular education teachers might learn from that experience. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: shruboak.org Shrub Oak on Facebook and Instagram Visit wegrowteachers.com for more …
 
Rohan Grey and Nathan Tankus join Money on the Left to discuss the flurry of debate about Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) arising out of the Coronavirus crisis. We focus, in particular, on the Modern Money Network’s multi-pronged efforts to illuminate and remedy the resulting economic devastation. At the center of our conversation is Rohan’s contribut…
 
Cory Clark is my guest on this episode. She’s the Director of Academic Engagement at Heterodox Academy. She’s also a social psychologist and until recently was an assistant professor at Durham University in the UK. We’ll be talking about a paper by her and Bo Winegard that was published in Psychological Inquiry this year called “Tribalism in war an…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Reid Nicewonder about his street epistemology work, inquiry, and questioning. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: @CordialCurious twitch.tv/cordialcuriosity Cordial Curiosity on YouTube @ReidN @StEpistemology streetepistemology.com streetepistemologyinternational.org @magnabosco Peter Boghossian and James Lindsay: H…
 
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