Jive Talking is devoted to long discussions with interesting people. The theme of each episode depends on the guest and current events, so there's something for everyone. If you have questions or suggestions for guests, then please email me, David Zetland, at email@example.com. Thanks for listening!
JT -- over and out
Episode 250: The final episode!
JT playlist/archive: https://kysq.org/jt/index.html
James C Scott:
Joseph Heinrich: https://one-handed-economist.com/?p=723
Brandon and David discuss liberal arts education
Episode 249: Brandon Zicha is a senior assistant professor at LUC. He's appeared in JT episodes 67, 111, 169 and 179.
Is your major queer friendly? https://one-handed-economist.com/?p=4393
Please submit questions for Episode 250 AMA here: https://forms.gle/kJsycYMEG8qQ75fi6
David and Tom discuss post-water political economy
Episode 248: Tom Moran and I talk about my recent paper.
The paper (open access):
Life plus 2 meters: https://kysq.org/lp2m/
Recent PWPE news: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/08/10/business/global-food-prices-volatility.html
Montevideo, Uruguay running out of water: https://one-handed-economist.com/?p=4427
90/10 "rule": https://one-handed-economist.com/?p=4250
Thumbnail image from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Famine_%28Ireland%29
Larissa van der Laan loves glaciers -- and art!
Episode 247: Larissa van der Laan is a climate scientist and artist, currently based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is a part of the first LUC cohort, graduating in 2013, majoring in sustainability.
Twitter (also has art): https://twitter.com/LarissavdLaan
Life + 2 meters: https://kysq.org/lp2m/
Send your AMA questions for my final JY episode:
Danny Damen battles cyber threats
Episode 246 (8 Aug 2023): Danny Damen graduated from LUC’s Global Politics major in 2014. He studied Crisis and Security Management and continued into an IT traineeship. These days he works as an incident handler for Tesorion, a Dutch cyber security company, helping organizations all over the globe who fall victim to cybercrime.
My review of Future Crimes:
Camelia Vasilov on the many flavors of development
Episode 245 (6 Jul 2023): Camelia Vasilov is a Moldovan / Romanian. After she left LUC (International development major), she volunteered in her native Moldova and worked in the Netherlands for a nonprofit connected to international schools. She studied for an MSc in development in Sweden (with a GiZ traineeship in Ethiopia) and an online 'micromasters' in Data, Economics and Development Policy from MITx. She then worked for Innovations for Poverty Action for nearly 2 years in Liberia and moved back to Moldova, where she worked for the President to help with Ukrainian refugee crisis.
Moldova for Peace: https://moldovapentrupace.md/en/
Adopt a Vote, the Moldovan diaspora civic engagement group:
MicroMasters Program in Data, Economics, and Design of Policy