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New Books in a American Studies - New Episode with Ellen Wayland-Smith

Conversation with Ellen Wayland-Smith, descendent of Oneida, on her book Oneida: From Free Lover Utopia to the Well-set Table ( Picador, 2016)

http://newbooksnetwork.com/ellen-wayland-smith-oneida-from-free-love-utopia-to-the-well-se...

Lilian Calles Barger, Ph.D.

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Podcast on Embodying Feminist Activism within Belfast's sociocultural context

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We are very excited to let you know about our latest podcast episode.  We've recently created Somatic Podcast as a digital platform for creating episodes that explore the everyday, ordinary experiences, spaces, cultures, practices, and communities concerning our bodies in motion.  Each episode examines issues relevant to body studies, cultural studies and cultural history, with stories highlighting the ways people experience everyday life and politics through their bodies.

Podcast on Trump's Social Media Campaign in the 2016 Election

In the latest episode of the Social Media and Politics Podcast, Matt Oczkowski of Cambridge Analytica joins the show to discuss how social media was used in the 2016 elections. Matt was the digital director for both the Scott Walker and Donald Trump campaigns, and he shares his insights into the role of authenticity for digital campaigning, the difference between a primary and general election, and how data is used to persuade voters in battleground states. 

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New Books in a American Studies - New Episode with Ellen Wayland-Smith

Conversation with Ellen Wayland-Smith, descendent of Oneida, on her book Oneida: From Free Lover Utopia to the Well-set Table ( Picador, 2016)

http://newbooksnetwork.com/ellen-wayland-smith-oneida-from-free-love-utopia-to-the-well-se...

Lilian Calles Barger, Ph.D.

Podcast host

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