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The Committee on Global Thought (CGT) crosses disciplinary and national borders to address the challenges of our world today. Podcast produced by Carolyn Marino Carmichael.

The Committee on Global Thought (CGT) crosses disciplinary and national borders to address the challenges of our world today. Podcast produced by Carolyn Marino Carmichael.

Location:

United States

Description:

The Committee on Global Thought (CGT) crosses disciplinary and national borders to address the challenges of our world today. Podcast produced by Carolyn Marino Carmichael.

Language:

English

Contact:

2128517293


Episodes

YCW Session 1.1

6/11/2020
On April 13, 2020, the project held a Global Think-In, a virtual conversation between 70 youth from nearly 10 countries, to share observations about the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on how they think about their future and the post-pandemic world. Specifically, we asked them: 1. How has the Coronavirus affected your life? What is the most unexpected part of this impact? 2. What influence do you think this pandemic will have on your future, your country, and the world? What would you...

Duration:01:05:45

YCW Session 1.2

6/11/2020
On April 13, 2020, the project held a Global Think-In, a virtual conversation between 70 youth from nearly 10 countries, to share observations about the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on how they think about their future and the post-pandemic world. Specifically, we asked them: 1. How has the Coronavirus affected your life? What is the most unexpected part of this impact? 2. What influence do you think this pandemic will have on your future, your country, and the world? What would you...

Duration:01:07:46

YCW Session 2.1

6/11/2020
On April 13, 2020, the project held a Global Think-In, a virtual conversation between 70 youth from nearly 10 countries, to share observations about the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on how they think about their future and the post-pandemic world. Specifically, we asked them: 1. How has the Coronavirus affected your life? What is the most unexpected part of this impact? 2. What influence do you think this pandemic will have on your future, your country, and the world? What would you...

Duration:01:18:20

YCW Session 2.2

6/11/2020
On April 13, 2020, the project held a Global Think-In, a virtual conversation between 70 youth from nearly 10 countries, to share observations about the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on how they think about their future and the post-pandemic world. Specifically, we asked them: 1. How has the Coronavirus affected your life? What is the most unexpected part of this impact? 2. What influence do you think this pandemic will have on your future, your country, and the world? What would you...

Duration:01:18:38

Katharina Pistor: Global Thought Short

4/18/2020
We asked CGT Faculty to share their responses to the the following question: What is the issue of greatest concern for the world in relation to the coronavirus in the short term and in the long term? Here are their answers.

Duration:00:02:44

Yasmine Ergas: Global Thought Short

4/18/2020
We asked CGT Faculty to share their responses to the the following question: What is the issue of greatest concern for the world in relation to the coronavirus in the short term and in the long term? Here are their answers.

Duration:00:03:19

Manan Ahmed: Global Thought Short

4/18/2020
We asked CGT Faculty to share their responses to the the following question: What is the issue of greatest concern for the world in relation to the coronavirus in the short term and in the long term? Here are their answers.

Duration:00:02:54

Podcast Episode 3: Kian Tajbakhsh

10/28/2019
In this Global Thought Podcast episode, host Vishakha N. Desai, Vice Chair of the Committee on Global Thought interviews Kian Tajbakhsh ,a professor of Urban Planning and Urban Studies at Columbia University, Senior Program Manager at Columbia Global Centers and Development, and Fellow of Committee on Global Thought. Tajbakhsh describes his experience of returning to Iran and dissects competing paradigms of understanding world order. Tajbakhsh discusses his features published this summer in...

Duration:00:20:41

Podcast Episode 2: Neil K. Aggarwal

10/27/2019
In this episode of Global Thought Podcast, Vishakha N. Desai, Vice Chair of the Committee on Global Thought (CGT), interviews Neil K. Aggarwal, Committee on Global Thought Member, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University, and Research Psychiatrist at New York State Psychiatry Institute. Aggarwal discusses his new book, 'Media Persuasion in the Islamic State' and the role of language and messaging and psychology of persuasion behind media operations of terrorist...

Duration:00:23:24

Podcast Episode 1: Adam Tooze

10/26/2019
In this Global Thought Podcast episode, Adam Tooze, Committee on Global Thought (CGT) Member and Professor of History at Columbia University, discusses his most recent book: 'Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World' with host, CGT Chair Carol Gluck. Tooze gives a bit of context into this prize-winning book as one of Foreign Policy’s Top 100 Global Thinkers for 2019. A key theme he discusses is the 2008 financial, global crisis and the ways that it was different than what...

Duration:00:31:06