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Robert Karp on Redlining and Lead Poisoning
MultimediaScott Kushner on the History of Crowd Control
MultimediaHeather Rowan-Kenyon and Mandy Savitz-Romer on how Covid-19 upended college counseling
MultimediaElizabeth Lanphier on the Translational Work of Bioethics
MultimediaJennifer Hochschild and David Beavers on Covid Conspiracy Theories
New School President Dwight McBride on "A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats"
Hopkins Press is honored to welcome to this episode President of The New School in New York City, Dr. Dwight McBride. Dr. McBride became the university's ninth President in April of 2020. Dr. McBride is an accomplished higher education leader, educator...
Freeden Blume Oeur on The Brownies' Book Centennial
Our guest this month is Dr. Freeden Blume Oeur, associate professor of sociology and education at Tufts University and author of Black Boys Apart: Racial Uplift and Respectability in All-Male Public Schools from University of Minnesota Press. Dr. Blume Oeur...
Antar Tichavakunda on Black Joy on White Campuses
On this episode, we are joined by University of Cincinnati Assistant Professor of Education, Dr. Antar Tichavakunda. Dr. Tichavakunda received his Ph.D. in Urban Education Policy from the University of Southern California. Born and raised in Washington, DC, he...
Melvin Rogers on "Disposable Lives"
The online journal Theory & Event has published a special supplement which focuses on the death of Michael Brown and the ensuing protests in Ferguson, Missouri, earlier this year. Nine essays attempt to examine the situation from a number of angles. Guest...
Neil Roberts on Trayvon Martin
In 2012, the journal Theory and Event published a symposium of essays on the killing of Florida teen Trayvon Martin earlier this year. The symposium brought together an array of contemporary theorists - Anna Marie Smith, Anne Norton, Michael Hanchard, Stephen...