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The Open Mind
The Open Mind
The Lore of Life
Oren Harman on his new book “Evolutions: 15 Myths That Explain Our World."
06/13/2018 | 27m 19s
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Leslie Berlin of Silicon Valley Archives at Stanford, on “Troublemakers: Silicon Valley’s
06/09/2018 | 27m 52s
Oversight, Partisanship, and 2018
John Lawrence, former Chief of Staff to Nancy Pelosi, on his book “The Class of ’74”.
05/31/2018 | 28m 31s
Getting the Rust Belt Story Straight
Founder and director of Belt Publishing Anne Trubek on “Voices From the Rust Belt.”
05/26/2018 | 27m 42s
The Real Drug Crisis
Investigative reporter Katherine Eban on generic pharmaceutical manufacturing dangers.
05/19/2018 | 28m 21s
At War With Cambridge Analytica
David Carroll of Parsons School of Design on privacy, media, and suing Cambridge Analytica
05/12/2018 | 28m 23s
A Pro and Antibiotic Future
“Good Germs, Bad Germs” author Jessica Snyder Sachs on the rise of drug resistance.
05/05/2018 | 27m 49s
The Post-Millennial Wave
NextGen America’s executive director Heather Hargreaves on the 2018 midterm elections.
04/24/2018 | 27m 48s
Guardians of the Web
Microsoft Research Principal Researcher Tarleton Gillespie on "Custodians of the Internet"
04/21/2018 | 27m 4s
Claire Evans on her new book “Broad Band: The Untold Story of Women Who Made the Internet”
04/10/2018 | 27m 20s
Democrats vs. Authoritarians
Yascha Mounk on “The People vs Democracy: Why Our Freedom is in Danger and How to Save It”
04/07/2018 | 28m 15s
China’s Contentious Public Sphere
Harvard University sociologist Ya-Wen Lei on her new book “The Contentious Public Sphere.”
03/17/2018 | 27m
Securing American Democracy
Jamie Fly and Laura Rosenberger of the Alliance for Securing Democracy on Russia and US.
03/10/2018 | 27m 55s
Combating Extremism Online
Counter Extremism Project’s Mark Wallace and Dartmouth’s Hany Farid on online extremism.
03/03/2018 | 28m 18s
A Union of Concerned Technologists
Renee DiResta of Data for Democracy on how antisocial media-tech companies are a threat
02/24/2018 | 28m 21s
Solutions Journalism and Solutions for Journalism
Solutions Journalism and NYTimes’ David Bornstein on the constructive force of journalism.
02/17/2018 | 27m 14s
Fascism Strikes Back
Shane Burley discusses his new book “Fascism Today: What It Is and How We End It.”
02/10/2018 | 28m 38s
All the President’s Twitter Blocks
Knight First Amendment Institute’s Katie Fallow on free speech violations in government.
02/03/2018 | 28m 12s
Law, Order and Justice
Roosevelt Institute Fellow Dorian Warren discusses the politics of inequality today.
01/24/2018 | 27m 35s
Political scientist Virginia Eubanks on her new book, “Automating Inequality.”
01/16/2018 | 28m 25s
University of Amsterdam’s Claes de Vreese on global populism and the post-truth present.
01/13/2018 | 26m 34s
Congressional Candidate, Millennial and geologist Jess Phoenix on representative democracy
01/06/2018 | 26m 24s