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UCDscholarcast provides downloadable lectures, recorded to the highest broadcast standards to a wide academic audience of scholars, graduate students, undergraduates and interested others. Each scholarcast is accompanied by a downloadable pdf text version of the lecture to facilitate citation of scholarcast content in written academic work. Series Editor: PJ Mathews Scholarcast theme music by: Padhraic Egan, Michael Hussey and Sharon Hussey. Development: John Matthews, Brian Kelly, Vincent H ...
 
UCDscholarcast provides downloadable lectures, recorded to the highest broadcast standards to a wide academic audience of scholars, graduate students, undergraduates and interested others. Each scholarcast is accompanied by a downloadable pdf text version of the lecture to facilitate citation of scholarcast content in written academic work. In this series leading scholars from across the humanities read extracts from their recently published books. Series Editor: PJ Mathews. Scholarcast them ...
 
This series features highlights from the many presentations in the Archaeologies of Art theme of the Sixth World Archaeological Congress. Douglass Bailey from San Francisco State University reflects on the current relationships between contemporary art and contemporary archaeology and suggests some radical new directions that this disciplinary collaboration can take. Blaze O'Connor discusses the unique synergy that was the archaeological excavation and reconstruction of the studio of modern ...
 
In his book, On the Shores of Politics, Jacques Ranciere argues that the Western Platonic project of utopian politics has been based upon 'an anti-maritime polemic'. The treacherous boundaries of the political are imagined as island shores, riverbanks, and abysses. Its enemies are the mutinous waves and the drunken sailor. 'In order to save politics', writes Ranciere, 'it must be pulled aground among the shepherds'. And yet, as Ranciere points out, this always entails the paradox that to fou ...
 
The aim of this series is to offer insights into key moments in the story of Irish popular culture since the publication of Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies in the early nineteenth century. If the story of transnational Irish popular culture begins with Thomas Moore in the early nineteenth century, it wasn't until the end of the 1800s that writers and intellectuals began to theorize the impact of mass cultural production on the Irish psyche during the industrial century. In 1892 Douglas Hyde, s ...
 
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It’s our 200th episode! To celebrate we’ve invited back one of our very first guests to the podcast, Brian Egan. This week we’re discussing illicit finance, sanctions, and whether our methods of detecting and penalizing kleptocracy are up to par. How do kleptocrats hide their assets? What national security tools are currently at play? And how can s…
 
We continue our analysis of a serial killer who raped and murdered at least 33 young men and boys. Jim points out how in this case and others, law enforcement assumed that all sex between gay men is consensual, and as a result they often did not take seriously reports of rape. If they had, they might have stopped JG sooner when victims came forward…
 
The Glue Guys actively attempt to avoid discussing the depressing Brooklyn Nets' loss to the Chicago Bulls... by discussing the angst in Portland and how a potential Kyrie Irving-Damian Lillard swap could work! Then at (25:00) Nets roster re-drafting - Mike and Brian update their preseason Nets draft and see which players have risen/sunk the most. …
 
The Tigray War in Ethiopia, which began in November of last year, has killed thousands, displaced millions, and has fueled a devastating humanitarian crisis in the region. This week, co-hosts Elisa and Yvette are joined by Cameron Hudson of the Atlantic Council to discuss the latest developments in this ongoing civil war. How does Ethiopia’s politi…
 
We continue our coverage of a serial killer we will only refer to as JG who murdered at least 33 boys in the Des Plaines, Illinois area -- some of whom have never been identified. Jim talks about the brazen arrogance of some psychopaths like JG who believe they can mingle and be buddy-buddy with law enforcement yet not be discovered for their crime…
 
Basketball is fun! The Glue Guys pull out their microscope and get granular on everything that happened during the Nets victory of the Knicks: Reggie Miller resurrecting James Harden, Kevin Durant the Closer, Cam Thomas dynamic insertion into the Nets rotation plus an interesting Kyrie Irving trade idea from a good friend of the show. Learn more ab…
 
The Glue Guys run through the 8 biggest Brooklyn Nets storylines this year and decide whether they are overrated/underrated/properly rated. -The Nets can't beat elite teams -Joe Harris' injury and the impact on the Nets rotation -The on-court impact of Kyrie Irving's absence -The off-court impact of Kyrie Irving's absence -James Harden's play this …
 
In our new series, we deconstruct prolific serial killer John Gacy (JG) who raped and murdered at least 33 teenage boys in the Chicago area in the late 70s. Throughout this series we refer to him as JG as unfortunately this killer has received so much notoriety in life behind bars that it has obscured the names of the victims he killed and we do no…
 
The Glue Guys begin with the important transformation the Brooklyn Nets are undergoing, specifically the increasing comfortableness of the team's role players including Patty Mills, LaMarcus Aldridge and James Johnson. TGG discuss John Hollinger's new piece in The Athletic on the top free agents next offseason, which includes Kyrie Irving and James…
 
First, Mike goes solo to dive into how responsible is Kevin Durant for the Kyrie Irving situation AND what to make of all the smoke about James Harden sign-and-trade possibilities to the 76ers. Then at (14:00) Mike is joined by Dan Grunfeld - son of former NBA executive Ernie Grunfeld - and author of the new book By the Grace of the Game, the story…
 
The Glue Guys dig into what exactly was the cause of the Brooklyn Nets loss to the Warriors: why didn't LaMarcus Aldridge play all that much, James Harden's inability to take over the game and how the Warriors were defending Kevin Durant. Then at (18:00) TGG figures out how how concerned Nets fans should be about different concerning issues. Learn …
 
Just over a month ago, a scathing report was released confirming that top health officials knew for years about a pedophile pediatrician sexually abusing Native American boys at at least two Indian Heath Service hospitals. Though many of his co workers reported their fears about him to their superiors, Stanley Patrick Weber was allowed to practice …
 
This week, co-hosts Elisa and Yvette welcome Lieutenant General Flora Darpino. As a 30-year Army veteran, Lieutenant General Darpino served as the 39th Judge Advocate General of the Army, and was the first woman to serve in her role. Lieutenant General Darpino shares her experience as an early JAG serving during the Cold War, the challenges and opp…
 
We interview real 911 Dispatchers Katie Gregory-Tims from Texas and Susan Nofplotes from Florida about and get their take on the hit Netflix thriller “The Guilty” starring Jake Gyllenhaal who plays a tightly wound cop doing 911 desk duty until he can be reinstated as a detective. We go in depth to see just how accurate the portrayal of 911 calls an…
 
The Glue Guys look at the issues that led to the Brooklyn Nets loss to the Chicago Bulls, a deep dive into James Harden's play so far this year, and then (33:00) everything new on Kyrie Irving's chances of coming back to the Nets and the one possible trade destination for Kyrie if Sean Marks goes through that option. Check out the visual of our epi…
 
The Nets delivered their best win of the season so far - beating Trae Young and the Hawks. Mike and Brian dig into the win: the excellence of Kevin Durant, what was different for Joe Harris, and the role players that are deserving more playing time. Then at (35:00) News Around the League: Mayor-elect Adams and vaccine mandates, Ding Dong the Knicks…
 
The Supreme Court is back in session with a full plate this fall. To breakdown the latest national security cases on the docket, co-host Yvette is joined by Jamil Jaffer, Founder & Executive Director of the National Security Institute at George Mason University. Together they cover the big ticket issues, from United States v. Zubaydah and the state…
 
We continue our conversation with Emily Grant, Senior Research Scientist at the University of Wyoming and the Lead Researcher on the Wyoming Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Report. Also joining us is Cara Chambers, Director of the Wyoming Attorney General’s Division of Victim Services and Chair of the State’s Human Trafficking Task Force and…
 
James Harden is rounding into form, and we're learning which role players will be playing big roles this season for the Brooklyn Nets. The Glue Guys dive into how trustworthy is LaMarcus Aldridge's performance, whether Blake or LaMarcus should start at center, what to make of Jevon Carter and DeAndre' Bembry. Then at (34:00) Brian and Mike try to d…
 
James Harden is back! The Glue Guys dive right into a show after the Nets-Pacers game to discuss what was different about James Harden in this game vs. the rest of the season, the secret sauce of LaMarcus Aldridge and whether it is Cam Thomas time. Then at (21:00) Mo Dakhil, former NBA video coordinator and host of The Athletic NBA Show, joins TGG …
 
As our climate heats up, so do geopolitical tensions. This week, co-hosts Elisa and Yvette discuss the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) issued by the National Intelligence Council, and dive into all things climate change, fossil fuels, and future green energy technology. How will climate change impact global migration patterns? Which nations ha…
 
Today we talk about the tragic accident that took the life of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins while working on the set of the movie “Rust” in New Mexico. Hutchins was accidentally shot during a scene rehearsal by actor Alec Baldwin who had been handed what he thought was a “cold” gun, which discharged as he was practicing drawing the weapon from hi…
 
The NBA hates James Harden. And the referees that control the game are complicit in that hate. The Glue Guys are back with a look at the wild Heat-Nets game including how Harden is being impacted by new NBA rules, Patty Mills evolving role, the sneaky Kyrie Irving trade possibilities and how worried are you about Harden's play. Subscribe on Apple P…
 
Did you know that seven hundred and ten Indigenous People were reported missing over the past decade in Wyoming? You probably never heard much about them in the media. Lisa and Jim interview guests Cara Chambers, Director of the Division of Victim Services at the Office of the Attorney General of Wyoming, and Emily A. Grant, Senior Research Scienti…
 
Things are a bit shaky right now for the Nets. Brian and Mike dive into what is different about James Harden this season vs. last year, the surprise of LaMarcus Aldridge, the disappointment of Nic Claxton, and what changes may need to be put in place to right the ship. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts For livestreams and video - check out the Glue Guys …
 
It’s all eyes on energy, and all eyes on China this week. Co-hosts Elisa and Yvette unpack the latest issues, from depleting energy reserves, to DOD resignations, to Chinese/Russian joint military exercises. Joining them to discuss the looming energy crisis and its global impact is Elaine Levin, President at Powerhouse. And later, we are joined by …
 
General Colin Powell, who passed away this week, is remembered throughout the national security community as a distinguished public servant and American statesman. As the first Black chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the first Black Secretary of State, Powell broke barriers, shaped history, and reset the rules for how American military forc…
 
Jim and Lisa discuss the coroner’s report for Gabby Petito’s autopsy. Lisa has questions about the crime scene and details on the manner of death…and what that may tell us about her offender. Jim talks about the Coroner Brent Blue’s comment about “other domestic abuse cases” that are not getting this kind of media coverage. Gabby Petito’s family ha…
 
The Glue Guys record directly after the season opener to react to what was behind the Nets loss to the Bucks: why James Harden continually fed Nic Claxton, what to make of the starting rotation, why no Bruce Brown until the end, and so much more! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts For livestreams and video - check out the Glue Guys YouTube Page Theathleti…
 
The season is upon us! For this year's season preview - Brian and Mike snake draft their way through the Brooklyn Nets roster, pitting themselves against each other. And as they do, preview each Nets players' potential season ahead including what to expect from Kyrie Irving. If you want to follow along the draft, dive into our YouTube where there i…
 
This week we are honored to host Avril Haines, Director of National Intelligence. As the first woman to serve as DNI, Avril Haines has an extraordinary perspective and the experience to match. Among many things she discusses - China, investments in cyber and intelligence infrastructure, creating a more diverse workforce, the shifting threat landsca…
 
First, Mike from the Glue Guys runs through the latest from Steve Nash and James Harden on the Kyrie Irving situation and how exactly that situation may play out. Then at (20:00) The Athletic's Shams Charania joins the show to discuss his report on why Kyrie has remained unvaccinated, how Kevin Durant and James Harden view that decision, and Shams …
 
Laura and Jim continue their interview with the authors of the new book from The Violence Project: "How to Stop a Mass Shooting Epidemic". Laura brings up how the smallest things can make the biggest difference in these outcomes. Jim mentions the way he could tell a mass shooter’s motive. Jill Peterson and James Densley discuss prevention technique…
 
The Brooklyn Nets have decided to keep Kyrie Irving from the team, no playing or practicing, until he is eligible from a full participant. The first 30 minutes of the episode directly addresses the Nets situation regarding Kyrie Irving. Then the final 60 minutes was part of an episode we recorded right before the Kyrie news broke. That conversation…
 
A small town cop known as “GI Joe” is gunned down in a swamp in the summer of 2015 and quickly becomes a martyr in the national media. But when a dogged investigator and his team set out to get justice, they uncover unsettling secrets about Joe, the local police department, and the village of Fox Lake. From Wondery, the makers of The Shrink Next Do…
 
Happy Cyber Awareness month! And there’s already plenty to discuss. This week co-hosts Elisa and Yvette are joined by Claudia Rast, ABA Cybersecurity Legal Task Force Co-Chair, to discuss the biggest headlines in tech, from Facebook whistleblower revelations, malware vulnerabilities in hospitals, the Pandora Papers, South Dakota as a new tax haven,…
 
Laura and Jim interview Professors Jillian Petersen and James Densley, co-founders and co-presidents of The Violence Project, a nonprofit, non-partisan research center best known for its mass shooter database, funded by the National Institute of Justice. Together they have written a book called 'The Violence Project: how to stop a mass shooting epi…
 
NBA reporter Jake Fischer from Bleacher Reporter - and author of 'Built to Lose: how the NBA's tanking era changed the league forever' - joined the show to discuss the latest on Kyrie Irving's availability this season for the Brooklyn Nets, the likelihood the Nets would ever trade Kyrie this season and which other Nets have been brought up in trade…
 
This week, hosts Elisa and Yvette break down the latest in national security law news: Why is the Supreme Court’s public perception at an all time low? Is China headed towards issuing their own stable coin? And what’s going on on the Korean Peninsula? Tune in for all this and more.References: “Approval of U.S. Supreme Court Down to 40%, a New Low.”…
 
Today we discuss the updates in Gabby Petito’s case. Jim analyzes Brian Laundrie’s behavior before and after the last known sighting of Gabby alive. Lisa is shocked when Jim tells her a detail about the consequences of those who aid and abet someone suspected of murder. Our hearts go out to Gabby’s family. We also send our thoughts to all those who…
 
Mike and Brian dig into everything surrounding Kyrie Irving, the vaccine and his zoom press conference. What to make of what Kyrie said, how it impacts the rest of the team and how Kyrie's personal decision will impact the Nets' season overall. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Call us to get your voice on the show! Call (646) 598-9690 to leave us your N…
 
To meet today's challenges, Americans must rediscover shared values, relearn the fundamentals of our constitutional republic, and re-form a sense of civic identity and commitment to our communities and across the nation. In this week’s episode, we are sharing an excellent conversation on civics featuring former U.S. Secretary of Defense Bob Gates, …
 
BADLANDS is a true-crime anthology podcast from Jake Brennan, creator and host of the award-winning music and true crime podcast DISGRACELAND. BADLANDS Season 2:Sportsland is all about the shocking rise and fall of sports legends. Listen each week for wild stories about Mike Tyson, Oscar Pistorius, Aaron Hernandez, Evel Knievel, Tonya Harding, Pete…
 
On August 12, 2021, Gabrielle Petito and Brian Laundrie were pulled over outside of Moab, Utah. The police officer, whose body cam was on, initially stopped their van for speeding and reckless driving. He realized Gabby was distraught and tried to establish what had happened and why Gabby was so upset. He was soon joined by another officer who had …
 
A special offseason mailbag episodes (emails to netspod@gmail.com or voicemails at 646-598-9690) including what to make of Kyrie Irving's lack of a contract extension, how much of a future does Nic Claxton have with the Nets, trade possibilities, rotation questions and why Syracuse is cold. Dive into our discord, join the community, talk Nets 24/7 …
 
Jim and Lisa react to the recent testimony at a Senate hearing where USA gymnasts Simone Biles, Mckayla Maroney, Aly Raisman and Maggie Nichols, vividly and emotionally recounted not only the sexual abuse they suffered at the hands of Larry Nassar, but also the failure of the FBI to investigate their repeated reports of his behavior. See Privacy Po…
 
This week, co-host Yvette is joined by Bill Banks to discuss the latest topics in national security law: What are the legal issues surrounding Biden’s new “over-the-horizon” strategy in Afghanistan? Is it time for the U.S. to revise and reform the AUMF? And with COVID vaccines still dominating headlines, are the new federal mandates considered cons…
 
We continue our interview with Amy Over, who survived the Columbine High School attack and whose podcast "Confronting: Columbine" digs much deeper into the catastrophic repercussions from that day, the aftermath and legacy including setting a blueprint for future shooters and copycats. You can listen to Confronting: Columbine on Wondery. https://wo…
 
Today we are posting our reflections on the attack on our country on 9/11/2001, twenty years after the immense tragedy. Lisa was in New York City that day, Jim was at Quantico. They both recount their experiences that day and in the chaotic days afterward. Jim talks about his new podcast on Audible, called "After The Fall" which sheds new light on …
 
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