Best Hudson Institute podcasts we could find (Updated June 2019)
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Founded in 1961 by strategist Herman Kahn, Hudson Institute challenges conventional thinking and helps manage strategic transitions to the future through interdisciplinary studies in defense, international relations, economics, health care, technology, culture, and law. Hudson seeks to guide public policy makers and global leaders in government and business through a vigorous program of publications, conferences, policy briefings, and recommendations.
 
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Policy Talk
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Policy Talk is a public affairs podcast that brings unique analysis and fresh insights to some of the most complex and urgent foreign and domestic policy challenges facing America and our allies today. Each episode features a deeply knowledgeable expert in an engaging, in-depth conversation about a specific public policy topic. Policy Talk seeks to educate and inform listeners who care about key public policy questions so they can better participate in the consequential debates occurring in ...
 
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Scienceline
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The Scienceline podcast is produced by the Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program in the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University. For more information, e-mail us at info@scienceline.org.
 
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StoryCorps Detroit
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Giving people of all backgrounds the opportunity to record meaningful conversations, StoryCorps seeks to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.​ StoryCorps Detroit showcases interviews that were recorded when the MobileBooth stopped in at the Detroit Institute of Arts in the summer of 2017. Those conversations are podcast here.
 
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Art and Labor
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Art & Labor chronicles the stories of social justice organizing within the arts. We hope to center the human cost of the “art world” and advocate for fair labor practices for artists, assistants, fabricators, docents, interns, registrars, janitors, writers, editors, curators, guards, performers, and anyone doing work for art & cultural institutions.
 
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StoryCorps Detroit
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StoryCorps seeks to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world. StoryCorps Detroit features interviews recorded in the StoryCorps MobileBooth when it stopped in at the Detroit Institute of Arts in the summer of 2017. Sascha Raiyn is the host. Laura Herberg is the executive producer. StoryCorps Detroit is a production of WDET 101.9 FM and supported by the Detroit Historical Society.
 
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Faith in Farming
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Amirah and Will are farmers who grow food for the Stony Point Conference and Retreat Center in the lower Hudson River Valley. They are also both members of the Community of Living Traditions, a multifaith intentional community of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim people whose faith practices guide them to participate in movements for justice and peace. Faith in Farming is a podcast where we talk about our work with the land, our faith practices, and how it all comes together.
 
If you are interested in learning more about the blockchain industry and want to hear from some of the biggest thought leaders in the space, this is the podcast for you. Hosted by R3's Catherine Rutter, you will hear from a plethora of guests in the blockchain world. The first few episodes star appearances with Mike Hearn, Colin Platt, and CommodDT co-founders.Be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast!
 
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Despite perceptions that the Hudson is not fit for swimming, it is perfectly safe in many places. But how do you know where?By Scienceline.
 
Hey fuck the Bushwick Collective and their shit murals. Anyways, I’m hungover ’cause it was Lucia’s birthday!!! This episode is joyous! We sing a song, and talk about stuff we like, and also talk about how architecture is cursed and murals are propaganda for trendy real estate companies. We discuss the insidious ways developers use art events a ...…
 
Senior Fellow Hank Cardello, who leads Hudson Institute’s Food Policy Center, discusses how some of America’s largest food companies are taking proactive steps to help Americans make better food choices, and how market forces are reinforcing this responsible corporate behavior.By Hudson Institute.
 
Guest: Jesse Chenard - LinkedIn - Twitter Host: Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.com Monetago websiteBy Catherine Rutter.
 
A tide is turning in the art and cultural world! We’re sick of the same tired, unproductive conversations, and are finding strength in solidarity with our peers. We discuss the bizarre Artforum panel about “accountability” and are later joined by Michelle Millar Fisher from the new group Art + Museum Transparency (@AMTransparency). She helped c ...…
 
Amirah and Will welcome their friend Roger to the podcast to reflect on his month farming with them at Stony Point Center throughout his observance of the holy month of Ramadan. They talk about fasting, not fasting, solidarity fasting, solidarity giving, water, and, of course, rocks...and much more. Ramadan solidarity giving? Here are some idea ...…
 
Hey friends! Sorry for the delay, OK has been sick! We have a discussion about the on-going protests at The Whitney—it’s effectiveness and possible strategies. Lucia went to the Biennial and has insights; OK attended the museum solidarity day of the protests and spoke with a memember of (D)IRT, The (De)Institutional Research Team, who calls the ...…
 
NYC went to Toronto then Toronto came to NYC!! We’re thrilled to be joined by Eric Kostiuk Williams (@kostiukwilliams) to discuss TCAF, Queers and Comics, pop star labor rights, gentrification, community, and Cher’s QANON tweet. Eric’s newest book “Our Wretched Town Hall” is available from Retrofit. If you like the podcast and want more, please ...…
 
Maggie Nowak (the farmer formerly known as Maggie Krueger) joins Amirah and Will to talk about her experiences participating in Stony Point Center's Farm the Land, Grow the Spirit Summer Institute program and her work now with Southside Community Land Trust in Providence, RI. Their conversation touches on the process of becoming a farmer, argum ...…
 
- FinFabrik website - Serendipity Alex Medana - LinkedIn Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.comBy Catherine Rutter.
 
Amirah and Will play a little one-on-one for old times' sake. It's Ramadan and things are busy at the new farm. They share about their experiences during this holy time, new farm friends, learning with the Keesler land, and what it's like to shop for farm stuff.By SPC Productions.
 
Hello everyone! Y’all ready to dive into the simulacrum void? We discuss press releases, how publicity influences art economies, the concepts of nothingness/realities, and synthesize the convo with an essay from the original media theorist weirdo Jean Baudrillard. Zine folks: catch OK at TCAF this weekend! Thank you Peter (@deadtreesanddye) for ...…
 
We read the entirety of the William Morris essay this podcast is named after! If you have already read Capital vol. 1 you may want to skip to the middle were Morris’ speech really takes off, but it’s a good refresher, plus we do commentary throughout. If you like the podcast and want more, please consider supporting us: https://www.patreon.com/ ...…
 
Guest: Josh Wilson - LinkedIn Host: Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.com Links: Grow Super website Superannuation fund Tina & their use of blockchain Tina ArenaBy Catherine Rutter.
 
Hop in our hot air balloon we’re touring the world baby! This episode we’re joined by curator and PhD student Emilie M. Reed (@netgal_emi) to discuss the new Hito Steyerl show at Serpentine S***ler Gallery in London. We also do a little recap of Žižek vs Peterson spectacle. Finally, we head to Paris to discuss the absurd responses to the recent ...…
 
Guest: Carlos Arena - LinkedIn Host: Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.com Links: Carlos Olympic profile Marco Polo Marco Polo episode of LitFC TradeIX Jorge Lesmes episode R3 Newsletters Carlos's phone numner +1 917 861 7449 Join our WhatApp group!By Catherine Rutter.
 
We’re back with some rad interviews from Japan! O.K. had the immense pleasure of interviewing Yang Chun Ahsiang (of Amateur Riot) and Nia Moineau (of A3BCollective) about radical protests, art, music, spaces, and history in Japan. We want to thank these two incredible people for sharing with us, and to hear about our our trips please support us ...…
 
Long-time Stony Point Center farmer Matt Zeltzer joins Amirah and Will to talk about the arrival of spring. Their conversation covers erratic spring weather, distinguishing between winds and breezes, songs about wind, their relationships to rocks, and much more. With Passover, Easter, and Ramadan on the horizon, Matt, Will, and Amirah share som ...…
 
Hey folks! Sorry for the short break. Here’s another guided jaunt through New York City’s Chelsea district. This time we bring you to the brand new Hudson Yards! A literal hellscape mall with an art crawl of advertisements. Are you a bad enough dude to avoid security and jump of the railing of the Vessel?? Neo Yokio is real and my friend. If yo ...…
 
Former Summer Institute participant Leanna Mulvihill drops by Stony Point Center Farm to chat with Amirah and Will. Leanna shares about her transition from livestock farmer to grad school student, her farm-related research, what she misses (and doesn't miss about farming), and the geography of Roosevelt Island. She also talks about her experien ...…
 
Guests: George Calle - LinkedIn - Twitter Lamar Thomas - LinkedIn Host Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.com Links - Will Bussinesses Ever Use Stablecoins? - George's blog post on the paper - When will stablecoins break out of Crypto-Narnia? - Corda Enterprise - Master any language - Jobs at R3! - Developer Evangelist role…
 
Special guest Sarah Henkel joins Amirah and Will to celebrate the arrival of Amirah's niece into the world and the recent decision by Hudson River Presbytery to give land and former church buildings in Stony Point, NY to the Sweetwater Cultural Center, a project envisioned by Chief Dwaine Perry of the Ramapough Lunaape Nation. Then they all joi ...…
 
Super bummer, we lost half of this episode! We turned the scraps into a fun little update on different discussion points. Listen to our Hudson Yards Episode on drip or Patreon. If you are in LA support The Hammer Museum workers on strike! Catch Lucia in Chicago and O.K. in Japan!! Please read this piece by manuel arturo abreu: https://www.artpr ...…
 
Jorge Lesmes - Everis Twitter - LinkedIn Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.com Links Eggo Waffles Jorge's R3 Testimonial video Everis Website NTT Data Open Source community Corda Enterprise information 1337 (Catherine is not a developer, please don't hold it against her she didn't know what this was...) Fax Machine StampChain V ...…
 
Fight for universal rent control! We’re joined by Zefrey Throwell (@NYCLT), a filmmaker and long-time advocate of regulation that would make loft housing safer, and more stabilized. People have lived illegally in abandoned commercial space for generations (see also our Artwashing and Soho episode). In more recent years neoliberal economists hav ...…
 
Congratulations! Your dad pulled some strings and got you into The Nancy Reagan School for Wealthy Children!!! Consider this episode your orientation, welcome to hell, we deserve this. You’re pickle Rick, you’re the rat in the metrocard machine. If you like the podcast and want more, please consider supporting us: https://www.patreon.com/artand ...…
 
Dr. Patrick Cronin, Hudson Institute’s new Asia-Pacific Security Chair, joins Policy Talk to analyze the recent Trump/Kim Summit. He details the lessons learned from the summit and shares why President Trump walking away without a deal was a positive outcome. He also provides historical context to the U.S./North Korea relationship and explains ...…
 
Nick Rogers - LinkedIn Stephanie Perez - LinkedIn - Twitter Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.com Notes: Dwight Schrute US Office Stephanies blogs... Blockchain Approaches to Data Privacy in Healthcare Corda in Healthcare Special Guest: Stephanie Perez.By Catherine Rutter.
 
Live from the beautifully crumbling Prentis Hall! It’s a round table discussion about art schools, debt, student organizing, and the bureaucratic nightmare labyrinth that is privatized education. Shout-out to Fontaine Capel for hosting us and solidarity with the Columbia Graduate Workers bargaining for a fair contract with UAW Local 2110 (@GWCU ...…
 
More museum protests! We talk about Liberate Tate’s successful demonstration against BP in 2011, and how groups like Art Not Oil (@artnotoil) and BP or Not BP (@reclaimourbard) are continuing to fight against corporate sponsorship of art exhibitions. To be honest we mostly talk about music, fashion, fucked up real estate, and how much we hate c ...…
 
Drip, drip, drip...Amirah and Will are so excited about maple season. In this episode they have a conversation about all things maple at Stony Point Center: sap, syrup, ceremony, keeping the fire burning and much more.By SPC Productions.
 
Guests: Todd McDonald Twitter LinkedIn Dave Hudson - Twitter LinkedIn Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.com Links Mic drop Stablecoins Corda Settler JPM Coin Jobs at R3 Recent blog post from Dave - Getting Real with Blockchain Corda Enterprise Corda docs Corda Slack Corda Business Network Corda Trials Shownotes: 00:00 - 16:51 T ...…
 
Special treat! We visited our sister podcast Death Panel (@DeathPanel_Pod) to discuss the failed Amazon HQ2, Nan Goldin’s project P.A.I.N. (Prescription Addiction Intervention Now), and the recent protests of The Sackler family at The Met/Guggenheim. Thank you so much Beatrice, Emily, Vince, and Artie for having us and putting this rad episode ...…
 
Amirah and Will play one-on-one using the word "morning" as a theme. Their conversation touches on the joys of farming in the morning, morning prayers, how having kids changes morning routines, and mourning.By SPC Productions.
 
The Vancouver Art Gallery workers on currently on strike (@VAGonstrike)! We spoke with long-time curator Grant Arnold about the conditions that led to the strike and how we can support VAG workers. One thing we can all do is write to the director and board chair at ksbartels@vanartgallery.bc.ca and david.calabrigo@canfor.com! If you like the po ...…
 
The dream team is back to get that goop!!! We talk Anime Marx, Venom, and after a long mental breakdown find hope in the recent wins of the anti-Amazon fight. If this episode is too NYC-centric replace “The L Train” with a local crumbling infrastructure of your choice!! If you like the podcast and want more, please consider supporting us: https ...…
 
Guests: Ryan Rugg LinkedIn Christopher McDaniel - LinkedIn Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.com Links: InsurTech Challenge Nautical Contraband (One of Christopher's books) Rhumb Line Bend: A Krewe of Jupiter Novel (Another one of Christophers books!!!) RiskBlock The Institutes GuideWire GuideWire website DuckCreek DuckCreek we ...…
 
UNIONIZE THE ART WORLD! This week we congratulate members of the New Museum Union’s (@newmuseum_union) bargaining committee Dana Kopel (@decafdana), Lily Bartle (@hole_earth), and Alicia Graziano. They won their vote to officially joined UAW Local 2110 last week! We discuss the conditions that led them to unionize, the inadequacy of liberal fem ...…
 
We’re joined by Eric Shorey (@Eric_Shorey) to discuss the tricky business of wages and performance. We get into the particularities of trying to organize/advocate for better pay from venues, and how different types of performers are pitted against each other. Drag Queens additionally have to structure their nights around an increasingly more ma ...…
 
More museum unions!! This week we were joined by members of the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 30 at MoMA PS1 (@IUOELocal30) Chris Haag (@allwasalmost), Robin Kaiser-Schatzlein (@robinsreport), and Gary T Murphy. We discuss their modest demand for the same pay as their colleagues at MoMA 53rd street. Plus: the precariou ...…
 
Guests: James Carlyle - LinkedIn - Twitter Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.com Links Corda Network press release Corda Network website Corda Network Foundation document history James Carlyle's blog Special Guest: James Carlyle.By Catherine Rutter.
 
Guests James Graham LinkedIn Twitter Kevin Rutter LinkedIn George Calle - LinkedIn Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterMusic by bensound.com Links Sum41 Sophie Turner REM WYSIWIS Royalty Ledger GuildOne and R3 Join Forces to Provide Blockchain Technologies to Global Oil and Gas Companies Leveraging Amazon Web Services Project on blockchain for goo ...…
 
A transcript is coming soon! Apologies for this sample rate fiasco, we messed up! This episode we’re joined by Matthew Hunt (@TheSerpicoSide), Tyler (@fakejohnmackey), and Glamazon (@WholeWorkerWFM) the founding members/social media manager for Whole Worker, a grassroots group working to organize Whole Foods and Amazon workers. Please donate to ...…
 
Happy New Year! In this episode Amirah and Will reflect on the holy seasons of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany (which Will is calling the "Christmas Triumvirate"). After sharing their regrets from last podcast and a quick check-in about the "one-on-one scoreboard" their conversations touches on appreciating light during Advent, experiencing Chr ...…
 
TWENTY-KNIFE-TEEN IS HERE AND WE’RE IN A SOMBER MOOD! This episode we try to wrap our heads around a couple different international protest movements including the YPG International Academy, Hito Steyerl’s 2004 film “November”, and the Gilets Jaunes. We discuss The United States, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the proliferation of neoliberal imperial ...…
 
Kostas Chalkias and Catherine sit down with beer and discuss how cryptography is used in and outside of the blockchain world. Catherine learns about the origins of cryptography, the Enigma machines, how cryptographers can hack into your computers, why it's so important for blockchain and more! **** FYI Catherine has now changed all of her passw ...…
 
Please enjoy this special surprise. It’s a tiny little bonus you’ll just have to click on. Happy Holidays! Don’t get lonely without us. See you next year!By OK Fox.
 
Hello! Turns out “Google Murray Bookchin” is a meme, but uh, do it. If you liked our Ursula K. Le Guin episode you’ll love our new anarchist grandpa! Join us for a discussion of Post-Scarcity Anarchism, ecology, technology, self-determination, and liberation. Also we started a premium podcast about chips and snacks find it at https://d.rip/arta ...…
 
Special guest Warren Cooper joins Will for one-on-one. Warren is a musician, producer, and member of the Community of Living Traditions (the multifaith community at Stony Point Center). He and Will talk about Warren's new album "Guitars & Voices: Talking About Choices" which is available for purchase at guitarsvoiceschoices.com, Warren's creati ...…
 
Ezra Koenig, go on Art and Labor! You deserve this big Toblerone! Note: spoilers don’t really start til like 20 minutes in. We went to the anti-Amazon community forum and read a bunch of Bookchin, but instead of discussing either of those things we recap all of Neo Yokio. Please watch this incredible series about excessive wealth and demonic re ...…
 
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