Bedrosian Bookclub Podcast

An audio bookclub. Our geeks read and discuss new and classic works in the policy field – fictional and non. Social justice, tech, politics, policy … we cover it all and more. We want to get at the heart of what it means to be a community member in America.

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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture works to unearth the connections between scholars and the communities in which we live and work. How these networks germinate new ideas and serve our communities.

Scholars, activists, and practitioners share how their communities impact research, how their research works toward the betterment of their communities as well as more effective democracy together.

These conversations are available as an audio only podcast, perfect for folks on the move, and as videos on our YouTube playlist.

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P.S. You’re Interesting

Our newest podcast series is where we discuss new research in Political Science with stars in the field. We hope to bring the research to life.

Host Jeffery A. Jenkins hopes to share innovations and implications of research, through conversation and interviews with invited guestsTo listen to individual episodes use the player on the episode, or stream & subscribe on your favorite podcasting app – just search “P.S. You’re Interesting” or “usc bedrosian.”

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Twitter: @BedrosianCenter@jaj7d

LA Hashtags Herself

Los Angeles Hashtags Herself, a limited series podcast, features representatives of various Angeleno private and public organizations leading the critical trend of using digital media for urban and social development. This diverse group serves as both a reminder and an analytical insight that digital media are neither just “useful” nor peculiar to the sharing and cultural economies, but fast becoming standard to the practice of material and social placemaking. If you like art, community benefits organizations, cultural journalism, real estate, transportation, and the technology industry generally, we hope you will find something worth hearing. Sponsored by the USC Bedrosian Center.