From history and politics to art and culture.
This brief episode of the Disabuse Podcast discusses John Stuart Mill.
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This episode is a discussion with Dr. Kimberly Jensen, Professor of History at Western Oregon University and author of Mobilizing Minerva.
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Dr. Edwin Dover's scholarship focuses on American presidential elections and includes six published books dealing with voting patterns, news coverage, television advertising, and electoral disputes. This episode examines his decades of analysis.
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History professor at Boise State University and author Bob Reinhardt discusses the field of history and his book, The End of a Global Pox.
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This episode features a conversation with Simon and Joe of the band The Slants, who won a United States Supreme Court case on free speech grounds in 2017.
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This episode explores the height of eugenics in America in the early 20th century. This movement would not have been as successful and ubiquitous as it was without the support of these three institutions.
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This episode features a recent appearance on the "Newsmakers" radio show on KYKN. James discusses the podcast, specifically the Slavery in Oregon episode, offers his own insights on its history in Oregon, and also talks about current political divisions.
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This episode features guest Marshall Sherrell, who discusses the crossroads of ambition, diplomacy, and navigating life in the academic and diplomatic worlds.
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Slavery and Oregon are not often talked about in the same sentence, nor even the same conversation. Yet, journalist and historian Greg Nokes uncovered this little known history of slaves in Oregon in his book, Breaking Chains. He discusses his work here.
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