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Contributor(s): Stephen Wordsworth, Latefa Guemar, Sierra Williams | In this podcast, we look at what happens when academics turn enemy of the state. Stephen Wordsworth, Executive Director of the Council for At-Risk Academics (CARA), talks about the beginnings of the charity first created to assist Jewish academic escaping the Holocaust, and how, 8…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Patrick Dunleavy, Sierra Williams | In this podcast, Professor Patrick Dunleavy talks about how big data will affect the future of the social sciences. Say goodbye to academic siloes as we enter into a new age of cross/multi/and inter-disciplines. In this changing landscape, the old boundaries between physical, social and …
 
Contributor(s): Steve Cross, Alex Hall, Chiara Ambrosio, Sarah Wiseman | Have you heard the one about university lecturers and researchers doing stand-up? This podcast looks at how academic minutiae can be a vehicle not only for gut-busting laughter but a strategy for public engagement. Bright Club, a self-styled ‘thinking person’s variety night’ s…
 
Contributor(s): Joel Suss, Mark Blyth | Joel Suss, Managing Editor of our sister blog, LSE British Politics and Policy, spoke to Mark Blyth, Professor of Political Science at Brown University and author of Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea about what social scientists and humanities academics can do to improve the accessibility and impact …
 
Contributor(s): Adam Grant, Sierra Williams | Adam Grant, Professor of Organizational Psychology at Wharton Business School, discusses his latest book Give and Take: A revolutionary approach to success. Adam tells us why nice ‘guys’ don’t necessarily finish last and what the 19th century chemist, Louis Pasteur, has to say about the impact of academ…
 
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