Duckcalls

The official DUCK OF MINERVA podcast, hosted by Dr. Jarrod Hayes.

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Episode 8 : Marwa Daoudy discusses Syria and Climate Change

Jarrod talks with Professor Marwa Daoudy about her new book, The Origins of The Syrian Conflict: Climate Change and Human Security (Cambridge, 2020).

Episode 7: Duckcalls Events Series 1, Solarwinds discussion with Nina Kollars and Mark Raymond

A discussion with Nina Kollars and Mark Raymond about the SolarWinds hack, recorded in March, 2021

Episode 6: Philip Cunliffe

Philip Cunliffe, Senior Lecturer at the University of Kent, on his book, The New Twenty Year’s Crisis.

Hayseed Scholar

Brent Steele interviews international-relations adjacent scholars in this affiliated podcast.

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Sophie Harman

Professor Harman joins the Hayseed Scholar podcast. She starts off...

Rebecca Adler-Nissen on the Hayseed Scholar

Professor Rebecca Adler-Nissen joins the Hayseed Scholar podcast....

Toni Haastrup

n this episode, Dr. Toni Haastrup of the...

Whiskey & IR Theory

PTJ & Dan Nexon host this affiliated podcast, which is “exactly what it sounds like.”

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Episode 20: International Order

In this installment of “Whiskey Optional,” Stacie Goddard (Wellesley), Evelyn Goh (Australian Nat…

Episode 19: “W” Stands for “Canonical Realist”

PTJ and Dan pick up where they left off – on Chapter 5 of Arnold Wolfers’ Discord and Collaborati…

Episode 18: Name Your Discord Server “and Collaboration”

Arnold Wolfers is one of the most important figures of “mainstream” mid-20th century internationa…

Minerva Cast

The 2012-2013 edition of the Duck of Minerva podcast. Mostly interviews.

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Podcast No. 20 – Interview with Phil Schrodt

The twentieth Duck of Minerva podcast features Phil Schrodt of Pennsylvania State...
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Liberal Order Beyond Neoliberalism

G. John Ikenberry is one of the most influential scholars of “liberal international order.” It’s likely that he, along with Dan Deudney, is responsible for popularizing the phrase. John’s most recent book, A World Safe for Democracy: Liberal Internationalism and the Crises of Global Order has reportedly shaped the thinking of the Biden foreign-policy team. I interviewed him for a recent podcast.

The Interviews for Teaching World Politics Project

In less than a month, I'll be teaching "Introduction to...

Podcasting Killed the Lecturing Star

The first video ever played on MTV, back when MTV played music...

Liberal Order Beyond Neoliberalism

G. John Ikenberry is one of the most influential scholars of “liberal international order.” It’s likely that he, along with Dan Deudney, is responsible for popularizing the phrase. John’s most recent book, A World Safe for Democracy: Liberal Internationalism and the Crises of Global Order has reportedly shaped the thinking of the Biden foreign-policy team. I interviewed him for a recent podcast.

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