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  • emHuman Programmingem
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    Human Programming

    Scott Selisker, assistant professor of English at the University of Arizona, talked about his book, Human Programming: Brainwashing, Automatons, and American Unfreedom. This interview, conducted…

    399 views
  • emInezem
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    Inez

    Professor Linda Lumsden talked about her book, Inez: The Life and Times of Inez Milholland, a biography of suffragist Inez Milholland. This interview was recorded on the campus of the University…

    642 views
  • emThe Imperfect Primaryem
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    The Imperfect Primary

    Professor Barbara Norrander talked about her book The Imperfect Primary: Oddities, Biases, and Strengths of U.S. This interview was recorded on the campus of the University of Arizona in Tucson…

    487 views
  • Jennifer Earl Discusses emDigitally Enabled Social Changeem
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    Digitally Enabled Social Change

    Professor Jennifer Earl talked about her book, Digitally Enabled Social Change: Activism in the Internet Age. This interview, recorded on the campus of the University of Arizona, is part of Book…

    597 views
  • emThe Art of Accessem
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    The Art of Access

    David Cuillier, director of the School of Journalism at the University of Arizona, talked about his book, The Art of Access: Strategies for Acquiring Public Records. This interview, recorded on the…

    243 views
  • emUnder Desert Skiesem
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    Under Desert Skies

    Melissa Sevigny talked about her book, Under Desert Skies: How Tucson Mapped the Way to the Moon and Planets. Ms. Sevigny is a science and technology reporter for KNAU (Arizona Public…

    510 views
  • emThe Chicken Trailem
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    The Chicken Trail

    Professor Kathleen Schwartzman talked about her book, The Chicken Trail: Following Workers, Migrants, and Corporations across the Americas, in which she examines the impact of global trade deals…

    789 views
  • emPopular Support for an Undemocratic Regimeem
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    Popular Support for an Undemocratic Regime

    Professor William Mishler talked about his book, Popular Support for an Undemocratic Regime: The Changing Views of Russians. This interview, conducted on the campus of the University of Arizona,…

    961 views
  • Chris Impey Discusses emBeyondem
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    Beyond

    Professor Chris Impey talked about his book, Beyond: Our Future in Space, about the next generation of space exploration. This interview, conducted on the campus of the University of Arizona, is…

    726 views
  • Justice Elena Kagan on Supreme Court and Constitutional Law
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    Justice Elena Kagan on Supreme Court and Constitutional Law

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan spoke about the inner workings of the court and her relationship with the late Justice Antonin Scalia, whom she frequently traveled with on hunting…

    731 views
  • Reporting from Conflict Zones
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    Reporting from Conflict Zones

    The University of Arizona hosted a discussion about journalists in conflict zones. The panelists included former Associated Press correspondent Terry Anderson, who was held hostage in…

    122 views
  • Judicial Independence
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    Judicial Independence

    Marsha Ternus, former Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice, discussed the issue of judicial independence from the political sphere. A 2009 Iowa Supreme Court decision to allow same-sex couples…

    96 views
  • Washington Today Radio Show
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    Washington Today Radio Show

    A simulcast of C-SPAN Radio’s “Washington Today” program was shown. The program included audio clips from various newsmakers and events of the day.

    27 views
  • Tucson Shooting Anniversary
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    Tucson Shooting Anniversary

    Local residents and national politicians gathered at a candlelight vigil on the first anniversary of shootings in Tucson, Arizona which killed several and injured Representative Gabrielle…

    95 views
  • Judge Vaughn Walker on Cameras in the Courtroom
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    Judge Vaughn Walker on Cameras in the Courtroom

    Judge Vaughn Walker spoke about the history of cameras in the courtroom. He focused on precedents set by the Ninth Circuit over the past 20 years, reaction to several highly publicized trials, as…

    7,242 views
  • Fair Trials and a Free Press
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    Fair Trials and a Free Press

    Participants spoke about press freedoms, the administration of justice, conduct of fair trials, and challenges posed to the process by the use of new media. They also responded to questions…

    167 views
  • High Profile Cases in the Digital Age
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    High Profile Cases in the Digital Age

    Panelists talked about the challenges of handling and covering high-profile cases from the perspective of judges, court staff, lawyers, and journalists. Issues included courtroom coverage,…

    162 views
  • Federal Appeals Courts and New Media
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    Federal Appeals Courts and New Media

    Panelists talked about the impact of federal courts of appeals and how the new media may be changing their anonymity and their public face. Because the Supreme Court hears so few cases, the federal…

    181 views
  • Courts in the Age of New Media
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    Courts in the Age of New Media

    Participants talked about the impact of social media on the courts and judicial process. Among the topics they addressed were the use of social media and blogs to disseminate real-time news…

    183 views
  • Principles of Constitutional and Statutory Interpretation
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    Principles of Constitutional and Statutory Interpretation

    U.S. Supreme Court Justices Antonia Scalia and Stephen Breyer discussed their judicial philosophies of constitutional and statutory interpretation and how they reach their decisions. The two justices…

    8,047 views
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