Podcast for Social Research, Episode 44: The Overdetermined Election

The 2020 U.S. presidential election is often called “the most important” of our lifetime. It may also be the most overdetermined. In episode 44 of the Podcast for Social Research, BISR’s Ajay Singh Chaudhary, Asma Abbas, Nara Roberta Silva, Alyssa Battistoni and Cora Walters discuss the 2020 presidential election and place it in historical, global, political, economic and ecological context.  What forces, trends, and contradictions have brought us to our present moment? Are we at a crossroads? Will the crisis persist regardless of the outcome? Where do we go from here?

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