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Paper Trails Podcast
23 minutes | May 7, 2018
9: Ayahuasca and PTSD
The Therapeutic Potential of Ayahausca: An Amazonian Cure for PTSD in the West? Testimonies by veterans. FDA approved hallucinogenic trials. A new generation of psychology. An undergraduate thesis by Bailey at Indiana University South Bend.
19 minutes | Apr 23, 2018
8: Confederate Statues
Remembering Irish revolutionaries. Economic development in former conflict zones. The fiction of Tom McCarthy. The Soviet war cult. What four projects find in common in contentious American politics.
27 minutes | Apr 9, 2018
7: The Right Precedent
**Why the Supreme Court Must Eventually Say Whether the First Amendment Protects a Citizen’s Right to Record the Police**: An ACLU video. "Newsgathering" in Cuba. Tangled precedent and our right to privacy. A third year paper by **Michael at the University of Villanova School of Law. **
20 minutes | Mar 26, 2018
6: Female Refugees
Developing Effective and Inclusive Aid Programs: Outreach to Female Refugees. The efficacy of NGOs. Discrepancies in male and female integration. Inclusive multicultural programming. An undergraduate senior thesis by Rachel at the University of Notre Dame.
18 minutes | Mar 12, 2018
5: Concussions and Resiliency
Effects of a Concussion: Impaired Cognition and Slowed Processing: Chemical cascades. Soccer games. Resiliency. Leanne.
21 minutes | Feb 26, 2018
4: Forecasting with Expectations
The Predictive Power of Voter Expectations: A systematic comparison of expectations against conventional forecasting metrics in the 1952 - 2016 presidential elections. A signal to cut through partisan noise. Viable prognostication for presidential elections. Four notable exceptions. Why expectations matter. And how they can fail.
24 minutes | Feb 19, 2018
3: The Russia We Lost
The Russia We Lost: The Role of the State in the Evolving Memory of the Second World War in Russia: Victory speeches. Imagined communities. Manipulated memory. Nick.
18 minutes | Feb 12, 2018
2: Drafting Crime
City and Peer Effects in the NFL: A functionally random draft. Modeling crime. Poverty prevention. Danny.
21 minutes | Feb 5, 2018
1: Everybody Lies
Everybody Lies: The Disinformation Phenomenon. Trump. Truth. Russia. Catalytic. Clare.
31 minutes | Dec 1, 2017
Cuimhne with Madelyn: Class of 2016 Legacy
Being a Woman is Like Being Irish: The 1916 Uprising. The history of memory. Women then. Women now. Stronger together. Read Madelyn's articles: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/hey-coach-immigrants-made-america-great_us_579ba838e4b00e7e269f2d4d https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/making-america-openly-sexist-again_us_58e58ff8e4b02c1f723459ff https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/marching-for-my-mothers-promise_us_58828a03e4b0111ea60b95f7 https://millennialjournal.com/2016/05/02/the-easter-rising-at-100-what-role-did-the-church-play/
3 minutes | Nov 19, 2017
CALL FOR SENIOR PROJECT SUBMISSIONS
Paper Trails is calling for thesis and capstone project submissions for the Spring 2018 season. Who can come on the podcast? Anyone who has written or created a thesis, capstone or cumulative project, or who is still in school and in the process of finishing one. How do you apply? Through the pitchline at www.stradiography.com. Projects of all disciplines are welcome to submit, although in this political climate, we are particularly interested in hearing from political science majors and projects looking at politics from an interdisciplinary perspectives. Is that you? Do you know someone doing cool work who deserves to be heard? Send them to the pitchline at www.stradiography.com.
29 minutes | Nov 14, 2017
Rendering with Maggie: Class of 2016 Legacy
Experience, Buffering, Rendering: Salvaging the narrator. Systems of oppression. Psychoanalysis and art. Tom McCarthy.
27 minutes | Nov 7, 2017
Self-Awareness with Marta: A Paper Trails Special
Life Coaching Millennials: The inside out relationship. Overcoming the checklist. The power of good questions. http://martabrummell.com/
31 minutes | Oct 31, 2017
Campaign with Drew: Class of 2016 Legacy
The Education of the American Voter: Producing ideologues. Protecting civil rights. Re-understanding partisanship.
29 minutes | Oct 24, 2017
Commodity with Kaitlyn: Class of 2016 Legacy
The Rise of the Department Store in Paris: Three judges. Two cultures. The language of the law. Kaitlyn.
31 minutes | Oct 17, 2017
Experience with Matt: Class of 2016 Legacy
Economic Development in Former Conflict Zones: Bee hives. Venezuela. Tech consulting. Robert E. Lee. Matt. Read the articles Matt has authored at the Federalist here: http://thefederalist.com/author/matthewboomer/
27 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
(Im)patience with Kyle: Class of 2016 Legacy
On Earth as It Is in Heaven: A theology of hope. An unexpected path. Patience. Poetry. The Catholic Worker. Kyle.
30 minutes | Oct 4, 2017
Paper Trails Explained
Myth, Madness, Media in War and Bad Movies: What Paper Trails is about and why it all matters.
29 minutes | Sep 26, 2017
Nisawiyah with Kelly: Class of 2016 Legacy
Faltering 'Frames of Exception': Feminist Contestations of Gendered Nationalism via Family Law and Artistic Productions in the Occupied West Bank. Gendered Politics. Georgetown Law. Kelly. Welcome to the Class of 2016 Legacy.
2 minutes | Sep 7, 2017
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