Host Lisa Schweitzer, joined by Jennifer Bravo (MPP ’06), Stacy Patterson (EML ’12), and David Sloane to delve into conversation about the book and how we all play a part in the continuity of the patriarchy. How men and women, all of us, contribute to the policing of women in the form of misogyny.
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Host Lisa Schweitzer, joined by Aubrey L. Hicks and Pamela Clouser McCann discuss the two lectures featured in Mary Beard’s Women & Power, their experiences as women in the academy, as well as the state of women in institutions of power today.
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In today’s episode, we marvel at Dolan’s ability in This is How it Ends to mirror the gentrification fight with the relationship between young activist Ella and the older mentor Molly. We think about mentoring, gentrification, family, policing, and so many other themes as we discuss this tight thriller which is also social commentary.
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Los Angeles Times quoted Lisa Schweitzer of the USC Price School on the likely opposition to a bullet train traveling 220 miles per hour through California cities like Bakersfield, Fresno and Palmdale.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution cited comments by Lisa Schweitzer of the USC Price School on how ease of access affects transportation and energy costs across the country.
WalletHub quoted Lisa Schweitzer of the USC Price School on how households can be more energy efficient while still saving money.
The Atlantic’s “City Lab” quoted Lisa Schweitzer of the USC Price School about the practicality of policies that assume low-income earners will spend less on transportation if they live near transit hubs. Lisa Schweitzer, a professor of public policy and transportation planning at the University of Southern California, tweeted, “I have always [had] trouble with…
“My greatest hope is that this will trickle down to the everywoman, because they are the stories that really need to be told,” Carlson said. “The waitress, the teacher, the lawyer, the accountant, the members of our military; I’ve heard from oil-rig operators, police officers, firefighters. It’s everywhere. It’s a pervasive epidemic, so we’re just getting started on the #MeToo movement.”
The 2018 Holt Lecture featured a conversation with Gretchen Carlson, formerly of Fox News, and Professor Lisa Schweitzer. Carlson helped change the cultural conversation around sexual harassment in the workplace when she filed and won a lawsuit against the then-chairman of Fox News, Roger Ailes, for sexual harassment. Since that time, she has “walked off the set” and began…
This season is about amplifying the important work that incredible women do in and for this city of Los Angeles, and I can think of no one better to open our current series than Professor of Urban Planning at USC, Dr. Lisa Schweitzer.
LA#Herself is produced by Aubrey Hicks, Jonathan Schwartz, and myself and mixed by Corey Hedden. Stream the interview on this page, or you can download it and subscribe through ApplePodcasts, Soundcloud, or Google Play.