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July 2010 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Jul 30, 2010
  • Ethan Mordden on Arts and American Culture: The Extinction of Critics, "New Yorkism", and Diversity and Dr. Robert Stolorow on Trauma and Human Existence: BP Disaster, Holocaust Survivors and Nuclear Threats
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  • Ethan Mordden's stories, novels, essays, and non- fiction books cover a wide range of topics. He has written for The New Yorker and The New York Times. Amongst his books are Buddies and Ziegfeld: The Man Who Invented Show Business. In all his work, Ethan Mordden has been a pioneer among writers who bring their personal experience and even their personalities into discussion. Ethan's latest book will be released in September, The Guest List: How Manhattan Defined American Sophistication---from the Algonquin Round Table to Truman Capote's Ball

    Dr. Stolorow is a Founding Faculty Member and Training Supervising Analyst at the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles; a Founding Faculty Member at the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, New York City; and a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine. He is the author of many books and articles on Psychoanalysis including, Trauma and Human Existence: Autobiographical, Psychoanalytic, and Philosophical Reflections.
  • Pub Date: Jul 23, 2010
  • Dr. Charles E. Phelps on What You Should Know About Our Health Care System: Even if the Answers Make You Sick and Dr. Nadim Karim on Racism, Domestic Violence and Celebrity Incarceration: Shirley Sherrod, Mel Gibson & Lindsay Lohan
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  • Charles E. Phelps is a professor at the University of Rochester. Dr. Phelps is a nationally prominent health economist, author of the textbook, Health Economics, fellow of the National Bureau of Economic Research, member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, and a member of the Working Group on Health Care Policy. Before his twenty-five years at the UR, he served for fourteen years as the senior staff economist at the RAND Corporation.

    Dr. Nadim Karim is the Clinical Director of KPsyC. He completed his Ph.D. in Forensic Psychology from the University of Cambridge, England (2001). He also has a Masters Degree in Criminology from the University of Cambridge, England (1997), and Masters Degrees in Criminal Justice from the University of Reading, England (1994).
  • Pub Date: Jul 16, 2010
  • Stewart Baker on Homeland Security and Paul Gregory on The Modern Russian Psyche and the Spy Exchange
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  • Stewart Abercrombie Baker was the First Assistant Secretary for Policy at the United States Department of Homeland Security under the Presidency of George W. Bush. Stewart Baker is the former General Counsel of the National Security Agency and author of the book, The Limits of Trust: Cryptography, Governments, and Electronic Commerce. Earlier in his career, Baker was Law Clerk to John Paul Stevens, Supreme Court Justice.

    Paul R. Gregory is a Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution and the Cullen Professor of Economics at the University of Houston. He is also a research professor at the German Institute for Economic Research in Berlin. Mr. Gregory is Chair of the International Advisory Board of the Kiev School of Economics.
  • Pub Date: Jul 09, 2010
  • Sam Fulwood III on The Justice Department vs. Arizona: Immigration and the Federal Government
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  • Sam Fulwood is a Senior Fellow at American Progress, where he analyzes the influence of national politics and domestic policies on communities of color across the United States. Sam was a metro columnist at The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, Ohio. During the 1990s, he was a national correspondent in the Washington bureau of Los Angeles Times, where he created a national race-relations beat and contributed to the paper's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Los Angeles riots in 1992. He has also worked as business editor and state political editor for the Atlanta Journal Constitution, as assistant city editor, business reporter, editorial writer, and Johannesburg, South Africa bureau correspondent for The Baltimore Sun, and as a police, business, and sports reporter at The Charlotte Observer.
  • Pub Date: Jul 02, 2010
  • Dr. Joshua Cohen on Democracy & Personal Liberty: Immigration Reform and Elena Kagan and Dr. Peter N. Maduro on Psychological Trauma and the BP Oil Disaster
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  • Joshua Cohen is a professor of law, political science, and philosophy at Stanford University, and director of the Program on Global Justice at FSI. Dr. Cohen's many publications on political philosophy include several written with University of Michigan law professor Joel Rogers: On Democracy (1983); Inequity and Intervention: The Federal Budget and Central America (1986); Rules of the Game (1986); and Associations and Democracy (1995). A first volume of his selected papers, Philosophy, Politics, Democracy is being published by Harvard University Press (fall 2009), and A Free Community of Equals: Rousseau on Democracy is forthcoming from Oxford University Press (spring 2010).

    Dr. Peter Maduro is a clinical and forensic psychologist with a private psychotherapy practice in Santa Monica, California. Dr. Maduro's clinical approach is psychoanalytic in orientation, meaning that his focus is on emotional life and the interpersonal contexts in which it develops and is transformed. He has a special interest and expertise in understanding emotional trauma. In his forensic psychology practice, Dr. Maduro integrates his expertise in psychology with knowledge of the civil and criminal legal system that he garnered from his former career as a lawyer.