P.S. You're Interesting

By USC Bedrosian Center

P.S. You’re Interesting is a series of conversations on political science research hosted by Jeffery A. Jenkins. Formerly, “Our American Discourse,” we continue the series to pick up the tradition Anthony W. Orlando began. We hope to keep conversations … discourse alive. To keep thinking about the research we do in the academy, why it matters to us, and hopefully to you.

  1. 1.
    Zhao Li
    20:23
  2. 2.
    Miguel Pereira
    22:36
  3. 3.
    Rachel VanSickle-Ward and Kevin Wallsten
    24:32
  4. 4.
    Melissa Lee
    24:10
  5. 5.
    Clayton Nall
    22:41
  6. 6.
    Jared Rubin
    38:10
  7. 7.
    Christian Fong
    28:13
  8. 8.
    Michael Hankinson
    20:55
  1. 9.
    Ryan Hübert
    34:07
  2. 10.
    J. Andrew Sinclair
    26:09
  3. 11.
    Seth Hill
    29:42
  4. 12.
    Leah Stokes
    31:14
  5. 13.
    Danielle Thomsen
    25:28
  6. 14.
    Abby K. Wood
    21:55
  7. 15.
    Pamela Ban
    21:07
  8. 16.
    Elisabeth R. Gerber
    33:18
  9. 17.
    Philip Potter
    23:25
  10. 18.
    Boris Heersink
    24:31
  11. 19.
    Martin Gilens
    24:16
  12. 20.
    Gregory DeAngelo
    27:02
  13. 21.
    D. Roderick (Rod) Kiewiet
    22:32
  14. 22.
    Benjamin A. T. Graham
    32:20
  15. 23.
    LaGina Gause
    25:59
  16. 24.
    Benjamin Newman
    38:26
  17. 25.
    Update from Our Producers
    1:53
  18. 26.
    The End: Death, Cemeteries, and Remembering
    1:05:53
  19. 27.
    It’s Not Just Where You’re Going, It’s Also How You Get There
    42:05
  20. 28.
    The Eternal Struggle for Power on Capitol Hill
    55:14
  21. 29.
    How to Take Risks, Make the World a Better Place, and Get Paid
    42:53
  22. 30.
    Who Has the Ear of Your Legislators and Why They Can’t Seem to Get Anything Done
    25:50
  23. 31.
    Millennials Knocking on the Door of the American Dream
    40:12
  24. 32.
    How Do the Rich Spend Their Money and Why Has It Changed?
    32:02
  25. 33.
    Speaking Your Truth
    38:43
  26. 34.
    Who Do Politicians Really Represent & Do We Notice?
    33:30
  27. 35.
    Why the Federal Reserve Is More Politically Constrained Than You Think
    34:30
  28. 36.
    The Risky, Rocky Ride of Today’s Economy . . . and the Central Bankers Who Keep Watch
    1:02:48
  29. 37.
    In Defense of Our Political Party System (Sort Of)
    37:42
  30. 38.
    Can You Hear Us Shouting in the Void? Here’s How We Do It…and Why
    44:18
  31. 39.
    Let Every Voice Be Heard: How to Elevate the Public Debate in 2018
    57:18
  32. 40.
    While the World Burns, a More Sustainable Future Is in the Making
    39:33
  33. 41.
    How the Senate Can Beat Gridlock—and Why That’s Not Always a Good Thing
    37:40
  34. 42.
    When Politicians Get Rich and Voters Pay the Price
    36:33
  35. 43.
    Imagining a Future That’s Better Than the Past
    25:50
  36. 44.
    The Very First OAD Mixtape
    35:38
  37. 45.
    What’s Lost in the Transition from Refugee to American Citizen
    37:35
  38. 46.
    Sports, Racism, and the First Amendment
    1:02:07
  39. 47.
    Why So Many Women Can’t Access Health Care
    55:03
  40. 48.
    How to Stop Feeling Marginalized and Start Engaging in Politics
    46:20
  41. 49.
    The Great American Housing Finance System and the Role of the Federal Government
    45:29
  42. 50.
    Transit-Oriented Development
    45:18

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