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Mortgage Markets and the Roots of Racial Health Disparities

In this podcast, Abigail Sewell of Emory University discusses her research on how political and economic processes underlying mortgage markets may be at the root of some racial disparities in health.

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The Costs of Monetary Legal Sanctions for the Poor

In this podcast, Alexes Harris, a sociologist at the University of Washington, discusses how legal fines and fees can add up to create a "permanent punishment" for the poor. Transcript

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Paternal Incarceration: What Can We Learn Based on Evidence from a Danish Policy Shock?

In this podcast, Christopher Wildeman, an Associate Professor of Policy Analysis and Management at Cornell University discusses his findings from a study about paternal incarceration and…

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Reflections on Major Exploration

Linda Vakunta '09 received her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Wisconsin - Madison with a major in Psychology. Ms. Vakunta is currently completing her Ph.D. through the Nelson…

From  Michael Kruse 3 Years ago 0 likes 376 views 0  

The Land Ethic Reclaimed: MOOC Introduction

This introductory video was produced for the The Land Ethic Reclaimed: Perceptive Hunting, Aldo Leopold, and Conservation massive open online course. The course originally ran in winter of 2015.

From  Donald Fleischman 4 Years ago 0 likes 67 views