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  1. Michael Kupperman: “Chasing My Father Through History” | Talks at Google

    Eisner Award-winning writer and artist Michael Kupperman traces the life of his reclusive father—the once-world-famous Joel Kupperman, Quiz Kid.

    Get the book here: https://goo.gl/dY9Qk2

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  2. Geographies of Austerity: Mark Blyth

    Governments today in both Europe and the United States have succeeded in casting government spending as reckless wastefulness that has made the . Mark .

    Governments today in both Europe and the United States have succeeded in casting government spending as reckless wastefulness that has made the .

    Mark Blyth, Brown University Eastman Professor of Political Economy, speaks to the AUP community on the future of the Eurozone. Professor Blyth is the .

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  3. Smart Talk: Mark Blyth Economic Austerity Cures Nothing

    In this lively edition of Smart Talk, Andrew Mazzone discusses the dismal past, dismal present and dismal future of austerity as an economic policy for growth .

    In this lively edition of Smart Talk, Andrew Mazzone discusses the dismal past, dismal present and dismal future of austerity as an economic policy for growth .

    On this weeks episode of On Contact, Chris Hedges sits down with economist Mark Blyth to discuss the detrimental ramifications of austerity programs following .

    tranzit.ro/Cluj Culture and Politics of Crisis V 21.06 2017 Europe: Economic Crisis and Political Alternatives Mark Blyth vesves Michael Roberts Where is Europe .

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  4. Mark Blyth: After the Financial Crisis: How to Tell the Forest from the Trees

    Published on Jun 9, 2015 After the Financial Crisis: How to Tell the Forest from the Trees When You Are Not Yet Out of the Woods

    Profits are privatized while losses are socialized. How we got here, and how we can get out of this situation.

    Mark Blyth: I was born in Dundee, Scotland, in 1967. I grew up in relative poverty, in a very real sense a “welfare kid”. Today I’m a professor at an Ivy League university in the USA. Probabilistically speaking, I am as an extreme example of intra-generational social mobility as you can find anywhere. My Academic Credentials I received my PhD in political science from Columbia University in 1999 and taught at the Johns Hopkins University from 1997 until 2009. Since then, I have been Professor of International Political Economy in the Department of Political Science at Brown University and a Faculty Fellow at Brown’s Watson Institute for International Studies.

    My research interests lie in the field of international political economy. More specifically, my research trespasses several fields and aims to be as interdisciplinary as possible, drawing from political science, economics, sociology, complexity theory, and evolutionary theory. My work falls into several related areas: the politics of ideas, how institutions change, political parties, and the politics…

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  5. Mark Blyth—Are the Populists Threatening Democracy?

    Full panel talks and later Q&A (obviously highly recommended) available here, https://youtu.be/FyCQdRLUth8

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  6. The Gun Has No Trigger: Panel Discussion London

    Panel discussion between David Graeber, Kendell Geers, Nina Power and Daniel van der Velden

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  7. The Gun Has No Trigger: David Graeber

    David Graeber is an American anthropologist, political activist and author. He is currently a professor at the London School of Economics and was formerly an associate professor of anthropology at Yale University. David also played a role in the Global Justice Movement and was one of the earlier organisers of Occupy Wall Street. He is the author of numerous books including The Democracy Project, and Debt: The First 5,000 Years (2011). His work deals with Theories of value, money, debt, politics, manners, magic, class, social movements, social theory.

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  8. Neil Gaiman in conversation with Claire Armitstead - June 2013

    Dressed in black and based in the US, Neil Gaiman has, in the past decade, become an author hero among readers of all ages, including the 1.8 million who follow him on Twitter. In prize-winning, best-selling novels including Coraline, Neverwhere, American Gods and The Graveyard Book, he combines the everyday and the other-worldly, drawing on sources from English folklore, science fiction, fantasy, horror and fairytales to rock music and the Midrash. An element of enchantment runs through all his work. To mark the publication of The Ocean at the End of the Lane, an unsettling and very personal fable about memory, magic and survival, he is making one public appearance in London. Interviewed by the Guardian’s literary editor, Claire Armitstead, he reflects on the boundaries between children’s and adult literature; the appeal of working in multiple forms - such as comics, picture books and screenplays; the writers - from Kipling to Edgar Allan Poe - who have most influenced him; and the lure of darkness.

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  9. James Howard Kunstler Interviews John Michael Greer

    James interviews John Michael Greer of Cumberland, Maryland about where we are now on the arc of collapse and what the mood of the culture is.

    I am sorry for the audio loss at the end—it’s about 2 minutes—this is the second time this has happened. I am using PowerDirector and this is a known problem for a lot of users. There is a workaround which is to save the audio in the Cyberlink wav editor before doing the final render. I’ll do this in the future. Again sorry for the missing audio.

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  10. DOKU:TECH - Bruce Sterling and Jasmina Tesanovic

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