Episode Notes

Episode 9: Whose War It Best? (feat. Drs. Jess and Alex Braithwaite)

Episode Citations:

Belew, Katherine (2018). Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America. Harvard University Press.

Bloom, Joshua and Waldo E. Martin Jr. (2016). Black Against Empire: The History and Politics of the Black Panther Party. University of California Press.

Braithwaite, Alex, Michael Frith, Burcu Savun, & Faten Ghosn (2022). ‘Government Targeting of Refugees in the Midst of Epidemics.’ Forthcoming at Perspectives on Politics.

Braithwaite, Alex & Jessica Maves Braithwaite (2020). ‘Restricting opposition in elections and terrorist violence.’ Terrorism and Political Violence 32(7): 1550-1572.

Fernández, Johanna (2020). The Young Lords: A Radical History. UNC Press.

Ghosn, Faten, Tiffany Chu, Miranda Simon, Alex Braithwaite, Michael Frith, & Joanna Jandali (2021). ‘The journey back home: Violence, anchoring, and refugee decisions to return.’ American Political Science Review.

Lewis, Janet (2020). How Insurgency Begins: Rebel Group Formation in Uganda and Beyond. Cambridge University Press.

Otto, Sabine (2018). “The Grass Is Always Greener? Armed Group Side Switching in Civil Wars.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 62, no. 7 (August 2018).

Revkin, Mara (2020). “Competitive Governance and Displacement Decisions Under Rebel Rule: Evidence from the Islamic State in Iraq.” Journal of Conflict Resolution.

Steele, Abbey (2017). Democracy and Displacement in Colombia’s Civil War. Cornell University Press.

Walter, Barbara (2021). The Age of Civil War. Random House.

Episode 8: Migrants Go Marching One By One (feat. Dr. Jesse Acevedo)

Episode Citations:

Ansell, B., & Samuels, D. (2010). Inequality and Democratization: A Contractarian Approach. Comparative Political Studies, 43(12), 1543–1574.

Clemens, Michael Andrew, Violence, Development, and Migration Waves: Evidence from Central American Child Migrant Apprehensions (July 27, 2017). Center for Global Development Working Paper No. 459.

Piore, M. (1983). Labor Market Segmentation: To What Paradigm Does It Belong? The American Economic Review, 73(2), 249-253.

Episode 7: Environmental Faux Policies (feat. Adriana Molina Garzon)

Episode Citations:

Brito-Millán et al. (2019). “Nosotros no comemos baterías: solidarity science against false climate change solutions”. Science for the People.

Cardenas, Juan Camilo https://scholar.google.com.co/citations?user=yfeFFpIAAAAJ&hl=en

Ostrom, Eleanor (1990). Governing the Commons. Cambridge University Press.

Episode 6: Green Spaces and Market Places (feat. Dr. Emily Ray)

Episode Citations:

Maniates, Mark (2001). “Individualization: Plant a Tree, Buy a Bike, Save the World?”. Global Environmental Politics, 1:3, August 2001.

Parson, and Sean and Emily Ray (2020). "Drill Baby Drill: Labor, Accumulation, and the Sexualization of Resource Extraction." Theory & Event 23, no. 1 (2020): 248-270.

Ray, Emily and Sean Parson (2020). "Star Power: Outer Space Mining and the Metabolic Rift." Limits to Terrestrial Extraction (ed. Robert Kirsch). Routledge Focus on Energy Series.

Ross, Michael (2014). "What Have We Learned about the Resource Curse?". Annual Review of Political Science, Vol. 18: 239-259.

Episode 5: The Performance of a Lifetime (feat. Owen Fite)

Episode Citations:

Eng, David and Shinhee Han (2019). Racial Melancholia, Racial Dissociation: On the Psychic Lives of Asian Americans. Duke University Press.

Fanon, Franz (2008). Black Skin, White Masks. Grove Atlantic.

Frost, Amanda (2021). You Are Not American: Citizenship Stripping from Dred Scott to the Dreamers. Penguin Random House.

Fryberg et al. (2008). “Of warrior chiefs and Indian princesses: The psychological consequences of American Indian mascots”. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 30(3), 208-218.

Higginbotham, Evelyn (1993). Righteous Discontent. Harvard University Press.

Lee, Hedwig and Margaret Takako Hicken (2016). “Death by a thousand cuts: The health implications of black respectability politics”. Souls, (18(2-4): 421-445.

Yang, Andrew (2020). “We Asian Americans are not the virus…”. Washington Post.

On Ozawa: https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/260/178

On the murder of Balbir Singh Sodhi in Mesa, AZ: http://saldef.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Balbir_Singh_Sodhi_First_Backlash_Murder.pdf

On SB 1070: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/politics/immigration/2020/03/02/sb-1070-legacy-arizonas-immigration-enforcement-law/4732918002/

On Sharpton: https://www.vice.com/en/article/znw9y4/al-sharpton-is-struggling-to-control-the-black-lives-matter-movement-1218

Episode 4: Me, Myself, and I...dentity (feat. Dr. Tyler Reny)

Episode Citations:



Parker, C. and Matt Barreto (2013). Change They Can’t Believe In: The Tea Party and Reactionary Politics in America. Princeton University Press.

Reny, T. “Masculine Norms and Infectious Disease: The Case of COVID-19”. Forthcoming at Politics and Gender.

Reny, T. and Matt Barreto (2020). “Xenophobia in the time of the pandemic: othering, anti-Asian attitudes, and COVID-19”. Politics, Groups, and Identities, DOI: 10.1080/21565503.2020.1769693

Reny et al (2019). “Vote Switching in the 2016 Election: How Racial and Immigration Attitudes, Not Economics, Explains Shifts in White Voting”. Public Opinion Quarterly, vol. 83, No. 1, Spring 2019, pp. 81-113.

Episode 3: Hide and Democraseek (feat. Dr. Carew Boulding)

Episode Citations:

Brazil Capitol Invasion: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-38010060

Morales Referendum and Court Ruling: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-42161947

2020 Bolivian Election: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/23/world/americas/boliva-election-result.html

Boulding, Carew (2014). NGOs, Civil Society, and Political Protest. Cambridge University Press.

Organization of American States. 2019. “Electoral Integrity Analysis: General Elections in the Plurinational State of Bolivia”. https://www.oas.org/en/media_center/press_release.asp?sCodigo=E-109/19

Sen, Amartya and Jean Drèze. 1989. Hunger and Public Action. Oxford University Press.

Episode 2: Drink the Libertea (feat. Dr. Elisabeth Anker)

Episode Citations:

Anker, E. (2014). Orgies of Feeling: Melodrama and the Politics of Freedom. Duke University Press.

Episode 1: Grin and Polar Bear It (feat. Courtney Johnson)

Check out Courtney Johnson's podcast, Fierce Fem, here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fierce-fems-podcast/id1522629429

Episode Citations:

Brown, B. (2017). Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone . Random House.

Campbell, Angus et al (1980). The american voter. University of Chicago Press.

Gibson, J. (1998). "A Sober Second Thought: An Experiment in Persuading Russian to Tolerate". American Journal of Political Science, 42(3), 819-850.

Leonhardt, D. (2020). "The Morning". New York Times, Oct 9, 2020.

Mason, L. (2018). Uncivil agreement: How politics became our identity. University of Chicago Press.