SAGE Political Science & International Relations

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
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 12:25pm EST

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
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 2:15pm EST

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
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 6:52pm EST

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
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 5:19pm EST

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
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 2:33pm EST

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
Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 1:29pm EST