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1050 Bascom Podcast

1050 BASCOM 

Josh Mesner, Editor and Host

Amy Gangl, Producer

Michael Makowski and Emily Tomlin, Student Podcast Editors

1050 Bascom brings you UW Madison political scientists talking about the pressing issues of the day.  Generous gifts from our alumni and friends help make our podcast possible.  To learn how you can support UW Political Science, visit our "Give a Gift" page today. For comments on this show or suggestions for future shows, email: 1050bascom@polisci.wisc.edu

 

Episode #8: Prof. David Canon on Race and Redistricting, Amateurs in Politics, and Selling Beer at Vikings Games

 

Prof. Canon's Teaching and Research Page

Elections Research Center at UW Madison

Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome

 


Episode #7: Prof. Jon Pevehouse on Teaching, Music, Research and Diet Dr. Pepper

 

Prof. Pevehouse's Teaching and Research Page

Prof. Pevehouse's Band - Lost Wax Process

 

Episode #6: Marie Koko on Professional Development and Career Exploration During College - It's Never Too Early or Too Late

Marie Koko's Page at SuccessWorks - Make an Appointment with Marie

Top Skills and Attributes Employers Look For on Resumes

Join the Goverment, Policy, International Policy, and Law Facebook Group

Join the Nonprofit Management and Education Facebook Group

CareerCloset at SucessWorks

Inter_LS: Internships Course

Join Handshake

 

Episode #5: Prof. Nina Nurmila on Secular Feminism, Muslim Feminism, and Islamist Feminism in Indonesia

 

 

Prof. Nurmila's Policy Forum Page

Center for Southeast Asian Studies - University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Influence of Global Muslim Feminism on Indonesia Feminist Discourse by Nina Nurmila

 

 

 

 

Episode #4: Emeritus Professor Robert Booth Fowler on a Life Spent Learning

 

 

Episode #3: Board of Visitors Prof. Erica Simmons on Mobilization and Protest in Latin America

 

Professor Simmon's Teaching and Research Page

Prof. Simmon's Lecture on Market Reforms and the Water Wars: The Case of Cochabamba, Bolivia (video)

Meaningful Resistance: Market Reforms and the Roots of Social Protest in Latin America by Erica Simmons

Ambiguities of Domination by Lisa Wedeen 

 

Episode #2: Booth Fowler Prof. Eleanor Neff Powell on Power and Representation in Congress

Links to some of the things we discussed on the show:

Prof. Neff Powell's Teaching and Research Page

How Legislators Actually Invest Their Time by Devin Judge-Lord, Justin Grimmer, and Eleanor Neff Powell

Historical Trends in Congressional Approval

Senate E-Filing Launches New Era in Campaign Disclosures

Trends in Party Affiliation Among Demographic Groups

 

Episode #1: Prof. Barry Burden on Gender Stereotypes in Politics and Midterms 2018

Links to some of the things we discussed on the show:

Professor Barry Burden's Faculty Teaching and Research Page 

The Elections Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison 

The Big 10 Voting Challenge

Testing Alternative Explanations for Gender-Office Congruency  - 2018 American Political Science paper by Prof. Barry Burden and Prof Yoshikuni Ono