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The only podcast with a bibliography. Hosted by Gordon Katic and Sam Fenn. Each week, Cited makes sense of the news by combining original storytelling with groundbreaking academic research. But this is not a lecture or a news program; it is a weekly radio documentary program, from the academy–the first of it's kind. From the University of British Columbia's Terry Project, and formerly called "The Terry Project on CiTR."
||Clean(Update) Everything is going to change.||We've got some new funding that we're not allowed to talk about yet. But we'll let you know soon. So, we're taking a break for the summer to gear up for a great new fall season of radio documentaries!||4/28/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#20: Trump University & The Rise of 'Diploma Mills'||The fastest and most significant shift in American higher education over the past two decades has been the emergence of for-profit colleges and universities. Historian A.J. Angula tells Sam the often sordid history of these 'diploma mills'.'||4/6/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#19: The Feminist Economist||Myra Strober, feminist economist, speaks to Sam about her powerful memoir on fighting sexism in the workplace, in academia, and at home.||3/30/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#18: Breaking Down the Budget||The federal government just released its 2016 budget. What does it mean for post-secondary education? We break it down with wonk king of Canadian education, Alex Usher.||3/23/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#17: Charter King||We speak to public education advocate Carol Burris on President Obama's nominee for education secretary and what it means for secondary and post-secondary education.||3/16/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#16: How ‘Genius' Holds Back Female Academics||Our feature interview is about how cultural representations of brilliance (e.g. Sherlock Holmes, etc) usually leave out women. Happy International Women's Day.||3/8/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#15: March Madness Edition||Good News/Bad News: Something like free tuition in Ontario; what TrumpU can do for you; and advice from the ancients about how to drink (and not drink) on BC campuses.||3/4/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#14: Academia, Inc.||Our feature interview is with Jamie Brownlee, author of Academia, Inc.||2/25/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#13: The Precarious Professoriate||Our feature interview is Adrianna Kezar of the Delphi Project, which looks at the increasing use of non-tenured faculty for teaching:||2/18/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#12: Why Some Public Intellectuals Don't #FeelTheBern||Our feature interview is with American Political Theorist Corey Robin, who has a problem with today's public intellectuals.||2/12/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#11: Won't you save us, Silicon Valley?||This week's good news/bad news: Turkey, an Academia.edu Twitterstorm, BC post-secondary funding, a chocolate milk scandal, and the goat that got away.||2/4/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#10: Is College Really Worth It?||This weeks headlines: craziness (again) at UBC, a project that identifies the most-taught books, a professor who might kinda be into ISIS, and a new president at Brock. Plus, a new segment: research of the week.||1/28/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#9: What is Restorative Justice?||In this episode (still in our loose format), we talk to restorative justice guru Howard Zehr, and he explains what restorative justice is and how it works. Plus, good news & bad news (i.e. headlines).||1/21/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#8: 'The Ethics Police'||In this episode, we do headlines, learn what anthropologists mean by 'think description,' and talk to Robert Klitzman about his new book on the internal review boards that look at research, 'The Ethics Police?: The Struggle to Make Human Research Safe.'||1/14/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThat's the end of Cited's first season!||That's it for this season of Cited. We run during the winter school term (from September to May). I'm worried that your iTunes is going to stop updating our show! So I've come up with a little fix. Click this link: http://eepurl.com/beHbVH||5/1/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#7: The Other Climate Change Consensus||You've heard that scientists have a pretty strong consensus on the science of climate change. But did you know that social scientists have a pretty strong consensus on what to do about it? This week, we offer simple solutions to humanity's most overwhelmi||4/22/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#6: The Secret Science of Video Games||Video game developers are using experimental psychology and behavioural economics to make simple games that get you hooked. One professor used satire to fight back, but not everyone got the joke.||4/15/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#5: Harm Reduction Under Attack||Researchers, doctors, and public health advocates are up in arms about Bill C-2, aka the Respect for Communities Act, which they say is a direct attack on evidence-based harm reduction supplies and services.||3/31/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#4: Dissecting Bill C-51||Legal scholars across the country are protesting Prime Minister Harper's new anti-terror bill, Bill C-51. We explain why. Further, we speak with Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau, and we take you to protests all across Canada.||3/24/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#3: Who Killed Canadian History?||From the Hertiage Minutes/Drake mashup, to Harper's grand historical narrative; we debate Canadian history, and how it ought to be taught.||3/12/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#2: The Road from Foster Care to Hastings Street||There is a pipeline from Canda's broken foster care system to Canada's poorest neighbourhood. And the government spied on the researcher that tried to do something about it.||3/4/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#1: 'Superpredators' Revisited||Jeff Coats was 14 years old when he kidnapped David Grenier. 20 years later, Jeff and David reflect on the crime and how it transformed their lives.||2/26/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
This is my podcast.
Hey, check our new format. We have music and production values and everything!
Entertaining and engaging!
Terry is back with season 3!
Another season begins of thourougly researched, thought-provoking stories by the stutents and budding radio gurus on the Terry Project podcast team. Great job! Nice soundtracks!