SAGE Political Science & International Relations

For this episode LAP coordinator Alex Scott met with LAP associate managing editor Steve Ellner to discuss his edited book titled Latin America’s Pink Tide: Breakthroughs and Shortcomings, recent events in progressive politics in Latin America and the current state of the pink tide

Direct download: February_2021_Steve_Ellner_Podcast_.mp3
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In this episode, we talk to Natalie Koch about her recent article on the food embargo imposed on Qatar by its regional neighbours in 2017 and the wider geopolitics of food it exemplifies. We discuss the long-standing persistence of the idea of “food as a weapon”, the entanglement of food security with discourses on territorial sovereignty, nationalism and geography, and the use of mixed methods to investigate complex empirical terrains. Hosted by Antoine Bousquet.

Direct download: SD_Podcast_30_-_Natalie_Koch.mp3
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We talk to James Der Derian and Alex Wendt, editors of the Special Issue on Quantizing International Relations. They explain the motivation for their recent collaboration and why they believe International Relations still needs to grapple with the implications of quantum science, both at the level of social theory and the ramifications of resulting technological breakthroughs. We also discuss the origins of their long-standing interests in quantum theory, situating the latest work within their wider scholarly trajectories. Hosted by Antoine Bousquet.


Guest host Michael Richardson speaks to the editors of the Special Issue on Becoming War (Vol. 51, No. 2-3). Drawing on their introductory article and all the contributions to the special issue, Antoine Bousquet, Jairus Grove, and Nisha Shah explain why they believe a new approach to the study of war is required today. The discussion explores the main philosophical principles and methodological dispositions behind their advocacy of a “martial empiricism” and its focus on the domains of war that are mobilisation, design and encounter.

Direct download: SD_Podcast_28_-_Becoming_War.mp3
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast, Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, Inc., discusses the January 2021 issue, "Violence, Capital Accumulation, and Resistance in Contemporary Latin America" with Guest Editors Andrew R. Smolski and Matthew Lorenzen.

Direct download: LAP_January_2021_podcast.mp3
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast, Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, Inc., discusses the article "The Rise and Fall of Marcha Verde in the Dominican Republic" with author Emelio Betances.

Direct download: September_2020_Emelio_Betances_Podcast.mp3
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast, Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, Inc., discusses the July 2020 issue, "Social Movements in Latin America: The Progressive Governments and Beyond Part 1" with Guest Editor Ronaldo Munck.

Direct download: July_2020_Ronaldo_Munck.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:32pm EDT

In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast, Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, Inc., discusses the May 2015, September 2016, and November 2016 issues, "The Resurgence of Collective Memory, Truth, and Justice Mobilizations" Part IPart II: Artistic and Cultural Resistance, and Part III: Culture, Politics, and Social Mobilizations with Guest Editor Roberta Villalón.

Direct download: Roberta_Villalon_Podcast_June_2020.mp3
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We talk to Andreas Hirblinger and Dana Landau about their recent article on the prominent notion of ‘inclusion’ in peacemaking. Through a combination of theoretical conceptualisation, analysis of policy documents and practitioner interviews, they identify three distinct strategies for inclusion with their attendant framings for the included of ‘open’, ‘closed’, and ‘relational.’ They argue in particular for the latter as the best able recognise the power relations from which difference emerges  in the construction of an inherently ‘agonistic peace.’ Hosted by Antoine Bousquet.

Direct download: SD_Podcast_27_-_Hirblinger__Landau_mono_version.mp3
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast, Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, Inc., discusses the May 2020 issue, "Reclaiming Paradise: New Dimensions of Power in Puerto Rico" with Guest Editor Jean Díaz and contributing authors Liliana Cotto Morales and Javier Colón Morera.

Direct download: May_2020_Puerto_Rico_Podcast_1.mp3
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast, Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, Inc., discusses the January and March 2020 issues, "The Nature of PT Governments: A Variety of Neoliberalism?" Part I and Part II with Guest Editor Alfredo Saad-Filho.


Nicki Kindersley and Oystein Rolandsen talk to us about their latest article on violence against civilians in the wars of South Sudan. Through a broad range of empirical evidence, they trace the practices and norms of war in the region from the onset of the British colonial period in the late nineteenth century to present day. In doing so, they reveal that local populations have long been apprehended as strategic assets to be both targeted and controlled, problematising the categories of civilian and military actors that international agencies rely upon to guide their interventions. Hosted by Antoine Bousquet.

SD Podcast Number 26: Nicki Kindersley and Oystein Rolandsen: Who are the Civilians in the Wars of South Sudan?


In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast, Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, Inc., discusses the November 2019 issue, "Neoliberalism and the Challenges Facing Popular Sectors" with Editor Steve Ellner.

Direct download: LAP_NovPodcastSteveElner2019.mp3
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast, Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, Inc., discusses the September 2019 issue, "Politics, Society, and Culture in Postconflict Peru" with Guest Editor (and LAP Film and Media Co-Editor) Kristi M. Wilson.


We talk with Oliver Belcher about his article “Sensing, Territory, Population” in which he analyses the introduction and operation of a computerised pacification reporting system during the Vietnam War, shedding new light on the military-colonial history of computers. We explore at length the history, ramifications, and contemporary legacy of the Hamlet Evaluation System and discuss the author’s experience of working with a unique archive. Hosted by Antoine Bousquet.

SDI Podcast Number 25: Oliver Belcher: Sensing, Territory, Population: Computation, Embodied Sensors, and Hamlet Control in the Vietnam War

 

Direct download: SD_Podcast_25_Oliver_Belcher.mp3
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast, Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, discusses the themes, context and meaning of the July 2019 issue, "Brazil’s Crisis of Memory: Embracing Myths and Forgetting History" with LAP Coordinating Editor and resident Brazilian, Paulo Simões.


In this episode of the Political Research Quarterly podcast series, Tiffany Barnes interviews Kendall Funk (Arizona State University, Glendale) and Andy Philips (University of Colorado Boulder), about their PRQ article, "Representative Budgeting: Women Mayors and the Composition of Spending in Local Governments". Kendall and Andy discuss the methodology and findings of their research, as well as future possibilities for their approach.

Direct download: prq-podcast-funk-philips.mp3
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, discusses the origin, themes of the May 2019 issue, "Israel, Palestine, and Latin America: Conflictual Relationships," with guest co-editor Pablo Pozzi.

Direct download: LAP-May-2019-Podcast.mp3
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We talk with Thomas Gregory about his article “Dangerous Feelings: Checkpoints and the Perception of Hostile Intent” in which he examines the spate of Iraqi civilians killed at Coalition checkpoints between 2006 and 2007 and draws our attention to the role of affect and pre-existing assumptions about the danger posed by certain bodies in the decision to use lethal force.  Hosted by Antoine Bousquet.


In this panel discussion, J. Edwin Benton and Susan Gooden discuss social equity with city and county administrators Bert Lumbreras (Assistant City Manager in Austin, TX), Karen Rahn (director of the Human Services Department in Boulder, CO), Carl Harness (Chief Human Services Administrator in Hillsborough County, FL), and Daryl Delabbio (County Administrator and Comptroller in Kent County, MI).

Direct download: slgr-social-equity-panel.mp3
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In case you missed it: in this panel discussion at ASPA 2017, moderated by John Kincaid and introduced by SLGR Editor Michael J. Scicchitano, J. Edwin Benton, Timothy J. Conlan, Justin Marlowe, and Michael Pagano discuss their work prior to the special issue of SLGR, The "Shifting" Sands of American IGR in an Era of Flux and Uncertainty: What's Happening and What to Expect.

Direct download: slgr-apsa-panel.mp3
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In this episode of the Journal of Conflict Resolution podcast series, JCR Editor Paul Huth and Daniel Druckman discuss the article "Justice Matters: Peace Negotiations, Stable Agreements, and Durable Peace," coauthored by Daniel Druckman and Lynn Wagner. They dive into the methodology and findings of the article, as well as next steps and new research on the topic.

Direct download: Druckman_JCR_Podcast.mp3
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In this second installment of the Urban Affairs Review podcast, Jen Nelles and David Miller, alongside a board of regional inter-governmental executive directors, discuss RIGOs in various parts of the United States.

Direct download: UAR-Episode-2.mp3
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In this Urban Affairs Review podcast, Jen Nelles and David Miller, alongside a board of regional inter-governmental executive directors, discuss RIGOs in various parts of the United States

Direct download: UAR-Episode-1.mp3
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SD Podcast Number 23: In this special episode, we talk with Mark Salter, the editor of  Security Dialogue, about the journal’s past year and its plans for the year of its 50th anniversary in 2019. We also discuss the challenges and opportunities within contemporary academic publishing and Mark offers advice for prospective contributors to Security Dialogue.  Hosted by Antoine Bousquet.

Direct download: Mark_Salter_final_mix.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 1:37pm EDT

In this episode of the Political Research Quarterly podcast series, Diana O'Brien (Texas A&M University) interviews Michele Swers (Georgetown University) and Danielle Thomsen (University of California, Irvine) on their PRQ article "Which Women Can Run? Gender, Partisanship, and Candidate Donor Networks," and the implications of the 2018 elections for women's representation in politics.

Direct download: PRQ_Podcast_2018Election.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 2:18pm EDT

In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, discusses the themes of the January 2019 issue, "Pink-Tide Governments: Pragmatic and Populist Responses to Challenges from the Right," with guest editor Steve Ellner.

Direct download: January_2019_Podcast._mp3.mp3
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We talk to Jolle Demmers and Lauren Gould about their article “An Assemblage Approach to Liquid Warfare: AFRICOM and the ‘Hunt’ for Joseph Kony” in which they trace the constitution and workings of a transnational military assemblage across East Africa that exemplifies the emergence of a new military interventionism. Hosted by Antoine Bousquet.

https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0967010618777890

 

Direct download: SD_podcast_-_Demmers__Gould_final_mix.mp3
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Dan Öberg speaks to us about his article “Warfare as Design: Transgressive Creativity and Reductive Operational Planning” in which he examines the growing influence of a “design” discourse influenced by post-positivist philosophy on command and planning debates within Western militaries. Hosted by Antoine Bousquet. 

http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0967010618795787

Direct download: Dan_berg_SD_podcast.mp3
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In this episode of the Political Research Quarterly podcast series, Tiffany Barnes interviews Heather Ondercin and Erin Cassese on their respective PRQ articles, "Who is Responsible for the Gender Gap? The Dynamics of Men’s and Women’s Democratic Macropartisanship, 1950–2012" and "American Party Women: A Look at the Gender Gap within Parties." Heather and Erin discuss the findings of their research and what it can tell us about the 2018 Midterm Elections.

Direct download: PRQ-podcast-ondercin-cassese.mp3
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast series Alex Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives Inc., is joined by Lynn Stephens, María L. Cruz-Torres and Seth M. Holmes, to discuss Stephen's article, "Creating Preemptive Suspects: National Security, Border Defense, and Immigration Policy, 1980-Present," and Cruz-Torres and Holmes's commentaries on the subject.


In this Urban Affairs Review podcast, David Miller and Jen Nelles discuss their research article "Order out of Chaos: The Case for a New Conceptualization of the Cross-Boundary Instruments of American Regionalism" with UAR Editor Jered Carr.

Direct download: UAR_Podcast_Nelles-MillerRev2.mp3
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, discusses the theme of the September 2018 issue, "Open Veins Revisited: The New Extractivism in Latin America," with guest editors Linda Farthing and Nicole Fabricant.

Direct download: August_2018_podcast.mp3
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Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews LAP Editor Ronald Chilcote on the subject of the July 2018 issue: "The Cold War and Latin American Studies."

Direct download: LAP_July_Podcast_2018_ENG.mp3
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Author Åshild Kolås discusses her introduction to the special issue about "Northeast Indian Enigmas Parapolitics Revistied." The introduction is published in the August 2017 issue of Alternatives.

Direct download: 2018_Alt_Kolas.mp3
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Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors Javier Campo and Tomás Crowder-Taraborrelli on the subject of the May 2018 issue: "Media, Politics, and Democratization in Latin America."

Direct download: May-Podcast-2018-ESP.mp3
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Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors Javier Campo and Tomás Crowder-Taraborrelli on the subject of the May 2018 issue: "Media, Politics, and Democratization in Latin America."

Direct download: May-Podcast-2018-ENG.mp3
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Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors Jan Rus, Arturo Alvarado, and Serena Chew Plascencia on the subject of the March 2018 issue: "Freeing Latin America from Erroneous Theses."

Direct download: March_2018_LAP_Podcast_ESP.mp3
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Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors Jan Rus, Arturo Alvarado, and Serena Chew Plascencia on the subject of the March 2018 issue: "Freeing Latin America from Erroneous Theses."

Direct download: March_2018_LAP_Podcast_ENG.mp3
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The New York Times recently published an investigative report on targeted killings and offers of compensation by the US government. In this podcast, Emily Gilbert discusses the report in light of her SD article on military payments for 'incidental' harm and death, "The gift of war: cash, counterinsurgency, and 'collateral damage.'" Hosted by Mark B. Salter.

http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0967010615592111

Direct download: Emily_Gilbert_Final.mp3
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Claire McKinney interviews Author Kathy Ferguson about her article "Anarchist Women and the Politics of Walking" in the December issue of Political Research Quarterly.


Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editor Ray Bromely on the subject of the January 2018 issue: "The Urban Informal Economy Revisited."


Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editor Ray Bromely on the subject of the January 2018 issue: "The Urban Informal Economy Revisted."


Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors Daniela Issa on the subject of the November 2017 issue: "Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in Latin America."


Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors Daniela Issa on the subject of the November 2017 issue: "Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in Latin America."


Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors William Avilés and Leila Celis on the subject of the September 2017 issue: "Democracy, Repression, and the Defense of Human Rights."


Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors William Avilés and Leila Celis on the subject of the September 2017 issue: "Democracy, Repression, and the Defense of Human Rights."


Nicole Foy, Editorial Assistant at Armed Forces & Society, interviews Author Donald Travis about his article "Saving Samuel Huntington & the Need for Pragmatic-Civil Military Relations."

Publication: July 2017

Direct download: AFS_Travis.mp3
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Security Dialogue podcast featuring an interview with Nicole Grove about her article ‘The cartographic ambiguities of HarassMap: Crowdmapping security and sexual violence in Egypt’.

Direct download: Nicole_Grove_Podcast_-_2017.mp3
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Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editor Kristen Sehnbruch on the subject of the July 2017 issue: "The Chilean Earthquake of 2010: Challenging the Capabilities of the Neoliberal State.'"

Direct download: LAP_Podcast_July2017_SPN_Final.mp3
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Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editor Kristen Sehnbruch on the subject of the July 2017 issue: "The Chilean Earthquake of 2010: Challenging the Capabilities of the Neoliberal State.'"

Direct download: LAP_Podcast_July2017_ENG_Final.mp3
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Interview with Mark Salter, Editor of Security Dialogue.


Authors Peter Henne and Jason Kocek discuss their article, "Taming the Gods: How Religious Conflict Shapes State Repression," to be published in a forthcoming issue of Journal of Conflict Resolution.

Direct download: JCR_Klocek_Henne.mp3
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Author Arthur Silve discusses his article, "Asset Complementarity, Resource Shocks, and the Political Economy of Property Rights," to be published in a forthcoming issue of Journal of Conflict Resolution.

Direct download: JCR_Silve.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 11:46am EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors Tom Angotti and Clara Irazábal on the subject of the March 2017 issue: "Urban Latin America: Part 2: Planning Latin American Cities: Dependencies and 'Best Practices.

Direct download: LAP_MarchIssue_Spanish.mp3
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Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors Tom Angotti and Clara Irazábal on the subject of the March 2017 issue: "Urban Latin America: Part 2: Planning Latin American Cities: Dependencies and 'Best Practices.'"

Direct download: LAP_MarchIssue.mp3
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Colin Smith, Editorial Assistant at Armed Forces & Society, interviews Dr. Neil J. Diamant about his article with co-author Dr. Kevin J. O'Brien titled "Contentious Veterans: China’s Retired Officers Speak Out.

Direct download: DiamantAFS.mp3
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JCR Editor, Paul Huth, interviews author Erica De Bruin about her recently accepted article, "Preventing Coups d’état: How Counterbalancing Works."

Direct download: JCR.EricaB_completed.mp3
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Chad Kunsman, Editorial Assistant at Armed Forces & Society, interviews editor Brenda Moore about the Special Issue she guest-edited on Women in the Military. 

Direct download: afspodcast1_edit.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 2:53pm EDT

Paul Huth, editor of Journal of Conflict Resolution, interviews guest editors Erik Gartzke and Matthew Kroenig about the April 2014 Special Issue: Nuclear Posture, Nonproliferation Policy, and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons. 

Direct download: JCR._Special_Issue.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 12:03pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews editors on the subject of the January 2017 issue: "The Legacy of Hugo Chávez."

Direct download: LAP.SpanakosEnglish.mp3
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Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews editors on the subject of the January 2017 issue: "The Legacy of Hugo Chávez."

 

Direct download: LAP.SpanakosSpanish.complete.mp3
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Participants/Authors: Susan Clarke, Allison Bramwell, and Jill Simone Gross. 

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Participants/Authors: Susan Clarke, Allison Bramwell, and Jill Simone Gross

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Paul Huth, editor of the Journal of Conflict Resolution, interviews authors Anselm Rink and Kunaal Sharma about their article "The Determinants of Religious Radicalization: Evidence from Kenya."

Direct download: JCR_Anselm2.mp3
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Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews the issue editor, Roberta Villalon, on the subject of the September 2016 issue: "The Resurgence of Collective Memory, Truth, and Justice Mobilizations Part 3: Artistic and Cultural Resistance." 

Direct download: LAPRenzoEng.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 7:40pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews the issue editor, Roberta Villalon, on the subject of the September 2016 issue: "The Resurgence of Collective Memory, Truth, and Justice Mobilizations Part 3: Artistic and Cultural Resistance." 

Direct download: LAPRenzoSpanish.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 7:36pm EDT

Chad Kunsman, Editorial Assistant at Armed Forces & Society, interviews author  Remi M. Hajjar about his recent article, "Effectively Working With Military Linguists: Vital Intercultural Intermediaries." 

Direct download: AFS.Hajjar.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 1:27pm EDT

Paul Huth, editor of the Journal of Conflict Resolution, interviews author Michael Allen about his recent article, "The Influence of Regional Power Distributions on Interdependence."

Direct download: JCR._Allen.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 4:42pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews the issue editor, Roberta Villalon, on the subject of the September 2016 issue: "The Complexities of Memory, Truth, and Justice Processes: Artistic and Cultural Resistance."

Direct download: LAP._Roberta.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 12:24pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews the issue editor, Roberta Villalon, on the subject of the September 2016 issue: "The Complexities of Memory, Truth, and Justice Processes: Artistic and Cultural Resistance."

Direct download: LAP._RobertaV.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 11:35am EDT

Chad Kunsman, Editorial Assistant at Armed Forces & Society, interviews author Bruce McDonald III about his recent article, "Sanction Failure: Economic Growth, Defense Expenditures, and the Islamic Republic of Iran," co-authored by Vincent Reitano. Publication date: August 25, 2016

Direct download: AFSMCDONALD._completed.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 2:20pm EDT

Chad Kunsman, Editorial Assistant at Armed Forces & Society, interviews General James Dubik and Dr. Peter Feaver about their opposing viewpoints published in the symposium, "Roundtable on the Ethics of Senior Officer Resignation in the United States."

Direct download: AFS.DubikFeaver.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 11:25am EDT

Paul Huth, editor of the Journal of Conflict Resolution, interviews authors Benjamin Jones and Shawna Metzger about their article, "Evaluating Conflict Dynamics: A Novel Empirical Approach to Stage Conceptions." They discuss research methods, challenges in the process, and future studies. 

Direct download: JCR.ShawnaBen.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 5:34pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews one of the issue editors, Jorge Rojas Hernández on the subject of the July 2016 issue: "Climate Change in Latin America: Inequality, Conflict, and Social Movements of Adaptation." 

Direct download: LAPJorge.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 7:15pm EDT

Co-Editor of Urban Affairs Review, Peter Burns, interviews authors Todd Swanstrom and Elizabeth Strom about the Book Colloquy, Place Matters. Their research can be found online at uar.sagepub.com. 

Direct download: UAR_Strom.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 4:53pm EDT

Chad Kunsman, Editorial Assistant at Armed Forces & Society, interviews Dr. Sarah Meadows about her forthcoming article "Employment Gaps Between Military Spouses and Matched Civilians,” co-authored with Beth Ann Griffin,  Benjamin Karney and Julia Pollak. Publication date: May 18, 2016

Direct download: AFS._Meadows.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 11:53am EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews one of the issue editors, Jennifer Scheper Hughes, on the subject of the May 2016 issue: "Spirits, Bodies, and Structures: Religion, Politics, and Social Inequality in Latin America."

Direct download: LAP._Hughes._English.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 1:09pm EDT

Chad Kunsman, Editorial Assistant at Armed Forces &Society, interviews Dr. James Griffith about hisforthcoming article "Suicides in the U.S. Military: Birth CohortVulnerability and the All-Volunteer Force."

Direct download: AFS._Griffith._complete.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 4:34pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews issue editors Wendy Wolford and John French on the subject of the March 2016 issue: "Deconstructing the Post-Neoliberal State: Intimate Perspectives on Contemporary Brazil." 

Direct download: LAP.WendyJohn._completed.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 11:40am EDT

Paul Huth, editor of the Journal of Conflict Resolution, interviews author Michael Kenney about his article, "Structure and Performance in a Violent Extremist Network: The Small World Solution." Kenney discusses the research methods, challenges in the process, and future studies. 

Direct download: JCR.Kenney_completed.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 2:51pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews issue editor Veronica Silva on the subject of the Special Issue topic: The Return of the State, New Social Actors, and Post-Neoliberalism in Ecuador. 

Direct download: LAP.Veronica.Spanish_complete.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 5:23pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews issue editor Veronica Silva on the subject of the Special Issue topic: The Return of the State, New Social Actors, and Post-Neoliberalism in Ecuador. 

 


Podcast Editor Anne R. Williamson interviews article author Marcia Godwin on civic engagement before, during, and after the Great Recession. They are joined by Aimee Franklin and Jim Giles in the discussion on this article. 

Direct download: SLGR_Godwin_Podcast_final.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 3:43pm EDT

 

Danya Migdali, editorial assistant at SAGE, interviews author Dennis Foster about his article "Inter Arma Silent Leges? Democracy, Domestic Terrorism, and Diversion" published in The Journal of Conflict Resolution.

Direct download: Dr._Foster_Podcast_edits_DM.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 12:42pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews an associate editor, Tamar Diana Wilson, on her comments in her review of the book, Chinese Immigrants in Mexico.  

Direct download: LAP._Wilson._Spanish.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 6:23pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews an associate editor of the journal, Tamar Diana Wilson, about her comments of her research on "Chinese Immigrants in Mexico."

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 12:45pm EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Coordinadora de Difusión de Latin American Perspectives, conversa con Nemer E. Narchi, editor de la edición de Septiembre de 2015: "Environmental Violence in Mexico."

Direct download: LAP_podcast_Nemer_Narchi_ESP.mp3
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Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews Nemer E. Narchi, editor of the September 2015 Issue: "Environmental Violence in Mexico: A Conceptual Introduction."

Direct download: LAP_podcast_Nemer_Narchi_ENG.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:41pm EDT

Podcast 17: Security Dialogue podcast with William Walters, author of ‘Drone strikes, dingpolitik and beyond: Furthering the debate on materiality and security’. Hosted by Claudia Aradau. From dingpolitik to controversies, and from the contributions of STS to security analysis to the limits of STS-inspired approaches, William addresses key questions about politics, security, and method. 


Podcast 16. Security Dialogue podcast with Katja Lindskov Jacobsen, author of ‘Experimentation in humanitarian locations: UNHCR and biometric registration of Afghan refugees’, published in issue 46(2). Hosted by Claudia Aradau. The podcast discusses the history of biometrics within the UNHCR, the concept of experimentation, political effects and critical engagement with security practices.

Direct download: katja_jacobsen_podcast_edited.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 5:39am EDT

Tomas Ocampo, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews Claudio Katz about his featured article, "Dualities of Latin America," in the July 2015 issue. 

 

Claudio Katz is a researcher at the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas and teaches economics at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. He actively participates in international conferences against free trade, foreign debt, and militarization. 

 

 

 

 

 

Direct download: Latin_American_Perspectives_Ep_9.mp3
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Peter Burns, Editor of Urban Affairs Review, invites Joel Rast and Katherine B. Hankins to reflect on the Urban Colloquy of Vol. 51, Issue 1 (January 2015).

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Peter Burns, Editor of Urban Affairs Review, invites Clarence N. Stone, Michael Jones-Correa and Diane Wong to reflect on the Urban Colloquy of Vol. 51, Issue 1 (January 2015).

 

 

Direct download: UARPodcast_1_Final.mp3
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Chad Kunsman, Editorial Assistant at Armed Forces & Society, interviews Dr. Morten Brænder about his forthcoming article "Adrenalin JunkiesWhy Soldiers Return from War Wanting More."

 

Direct download: AFSPodcast_Adrenalin_Junkies.mp3
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 12:21pm EDT

Armando Alvarez, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews issue editor Roberta Villalón about the May 2015 issue titled "The Resurgence of Collective Memory, Truth, and Justice Mobilizations in Latin America."

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Category:general -- posted at: 7:41pm EDT

J.S. Maloy and Jeanette Mendez, editors of Political Research Quarterly, interview author Jeff Smith about his new article "Passion or Dollars? How Mobilization Can Spoil the Mother’s Milk of Politics."

 

Abstract:

Evidence regarding the influence of campaign donations and lobbying efforts on legislative behavior is mixed. Much research—not to mention conventional wisdom—suggests that well-funded interest groups exploit their resource advantage by making campaign contributions and deploying lobbyists to gain informational advantages and influence legislation. Using contribution data, information about interest group support for legislation, and a rare data set—constituent contacts to six state legislative offices—this paper examines how interest group donations and constituent activism influence outcomes. Although the amount of money contributed by groups supporting or opposing a bill did not affect its prospects, constituent contacts had a substantial impact. Political expenditures by business firms appear primarily to sustain an entrenched class of lobbyists and consultants.

 

Article Available Online Here: http://prq.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/04/08/1065912915578920.abstract

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 7:09pm EDT

Security Dialogue podcast with Marieke de Goede and Stephanie Simon, guest editors of the special issue on ‘Preemption, practice, politics’, October 2014, vol 45 (5). Hosted by Claudia Aradau. The podcast discusses the main themes of the special issue and some of the key points that the contributors brings to our understanding of the politics of preemption and security almost 15 years after 9/11. Find out more by listening to this podcast. Read the introductory article to the special issue, co-authored by Marieke de Goede, Stephanie Simon, and Marijn Hoijtink.