About This Show
A weekly radio show from the academy--the first of its kind. Hosted by Gordon Katic and Sam Fenn. Each week, Cited makes sense of the news by combining original storytelling, including documentary content, with groundbreaking academic research.
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Nature is Not Natural: Climate Change's Challenge to Democracy
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[REBROADCAST] Alex interviews Duke University law professor Jedediah Purdy about the political history of nature and its uncertain future.
Anywhere you look on the planet, you will find evidence of human behaviour: metalloids in the soil, greenhouse gases in the air, a vortex of trash in the oceans. That is why some scientists have proposed that we are now living in a new geologic epoch. It's called the Anthropocene: the age of humans. Now that we are a literal force of nature, what world will we make? Jedediah Purdy wrestles with that question in his book, After Nature: A Politics for the Anthropocene (Harvard University Press).
Cited is a podcast and radio show produced out the world class Michael Smith Laboratories at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. It is written, edited, produced and hosted by Sam Fenn, Gordon Katic and Alexander Kim.
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Episodes of This Show
7 days ago
Rated 5 out of
On par with NPR
I have been looking to diversify my podcast consumption and happened upon this podcast! They are sort of biased but for the most part look to both sides and don't push their views on you. Thorough, and easy to listen to. Well produced without too many ads throughout which is one reason why I love the Joe Rogan podcast method. Worth a listen!
Date published: 2016-12-03
Rated 5 out of
I work for this show!
But it's really a quite good show, trust me. Give it a shot. Why not?
Date published: 2017-01-06