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I think there is room for intelligent conversation about a topic – conversation that is not some kind of debate or battle, but at the same time expands our understanding of the world.

I think there is room for intelligent conversation about a topic – conversation that is not some kind of debate or battle, but at the same time expands our understanding of the world.

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United States

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I think there is room for intelligent conversation about a topic – conversation that is not some kind of debate or battle, but at the same time expands our understanding of the world.

Language:

English

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757-529-0191


Episodes

Culture Wars #4 – A Conversation with Iona Italia: Dance, Death, and Parsi Identity

7/23/2020
My conversation with Crina Hoyer and Kirsten Barron, the creators of "Crina and Kirsten Get to Work". We talk about leadership and loneliness from a feminist perspective.

Duration:00:26:03

Culture Wars #3 – Rod and Pam from Twitter Talk about Racism and White Fragility

7/23/2020
My conversation with Crina Hoyer and Kirsten Barron, the creators of "Crina and Kirsten Get to Work". We talk about leadership and loneliness from a feminist perspective.

Duration:00:18:22

Culture Wars #2 – Stereotypes, Discrimination, and Systemic…Ableism?

7/23/2020
My conversation with Crina Hoyer and Kirsten Barron, the creators of "Crina and Kirsten Get to Work". We talk about leadership and loneliness from a feminist perspective.

Duration:00:20:03

Culture Wars #1 – A Conversation about Critical Theory, White Privilege, and White Fragility

6/28/2020
My conversation with Crina Hoyer and Kirsten Barron, the creators of "Crina and Kirsten Get to Work". We talk about leadership and loneliness from a feminist perspective.

Duration:00:25:42

Social Isolation #9 – Pandemic + Social Isolation = Mental Illness

6/28/2020
My conversation with Crina Hoyer and Kirsten Barron, the creators of "Crina and Kirsten Get to Work". We talk about leadership and loneliness from a feminist perspective.

Duration:03:29:10

Social Isolation #8 – Leadership and Loneliness

1/12/2020
My conversation with Crina Hoyer and Kirsten Barron, the creators of "Crina and Kirsten Get to Work". We talk about leadership and loneliness from a feminist perspective.

Duration:00:30:59

Social Isolation #6 – (Special Edition) Using Rituals to Combat Loneliness During the Holidays

12/25/2019
In this episode I discuss three ways that being alone (but not lonely) can be beneficial.

Duration:00:04:33

Social Isolation #4 – “Alone Together”, The Problem with Diversity

12/19/2019
In this episode I discuss three ways that being alone (but not lonely) can be beneficial.

Duration:00:14:51

Social Isolation #3 – Social Media and Social Isolation

12/12/2019
In this episode I discuss three ways that being alone (but not lonely) can be beneficial.

Duration:00:13:03

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #8 – Alexandria Dean and Walking Out of Victimization

11/10/2019
This is my last conversation in my series on sex work and sex trafficking. In this conversation I discuss faith, forgiveness, and walking out of one’s victimization with Ms. Alexandria Dean.

Duration:00:51:06

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #7 – Lola Davina and Thriving in Sex Work

9/21/2019
Lola Davina has written an important book on how to survive and do well in the sex work industry.

Duration:00:45:17

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #6 – Michael Pittaro on the Link Between Pornography and Sex Trafficking

8/1/2019
Dr. Michael Pittaro is Associate Professor of Criminal Justice with American Military University and an adjunct professor of criminal justice with East Stroudsburg University.

Duration:00:25:13

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #5 – Grace Taylor on the Business of Sex Work, SWOP, and Harm Reduction

7/24/2019
This is my conversation with Grace Taylor. Ms. Taylor is a consensual sex worker who was kind enough to take some time out of her day to speak with me about a variety of topics.

Duration:00:34:39

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #4 – Surviving Sex Trafficking Through Faith

7/24/2019
This is my conversation with Hope Doe, author of Suicide and Sex Work: Finding God in a Godless World.

Duration:00:15:19

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #3 – Erin O’Brien on the Ideal Victim

7/24/2019
This is the third conversation in my series on Sex Work and Sex Trafficking. In this installment I speak with Dr. Erin O’Brien from Queensland University of Technology. Our conversation focuses on the the ways in sex trafficking and victims of sex trafficking are discussed in society.

Duration:00:30:17

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #1 – Ryan Lowery on Sex Trafficking in New Mexico

5/21/2019
Ryan Lowery is a freelance journalist based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We discuss his recent article in the Santa Fe Reporter "Sold for Sex". https://www.sfreporter.com/news/coverstories/2019/03/27/sold-for-sex/

Duration:00:14:03

Issues in Cybercrime, Conversation 12 – Social Cybersecurity

5/5/2019
In this conversation, I speak with Ms. Cori Faklaris. Ms. Faklaris is a doctoral student at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute in the Computer Science department at Carnegie Mellon University.

Duration:00:44:30

Issues in Cybercrime, Conversation 11 – Understanding Types of Cybercrime

5/5/2019
This conversation is with Ms. Sagwadi Mabunda, a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Western Cape, in South Africa. Ms. Mabunda is working on a way of categorizing cybercrime, which would then make it easier for authorities in that country to investigate and prosecute cyber offenses.

Duration:00:21:10

Issues in Cybercrime, Conversation 10 – Cybercrime and 3D Printing

5/5/2019
In this conversation, I speak with Dr. Angela Daly about 3D printing's potential to facilitate new forms of crime, as well as its beneficial uses in the criminal justice system

Duration:00:53:03

Issues in Cybercrime, Conversation 9 – Cybercrime as a Startup Business

5/5/2019
This is my discussion with Thea Sogenbits. Ms. Sogenbits is developing an understanding of cybercrime as a startup business.

Duration:01:08:39