The Colloquy podcast is a conversation with scholars and thinkers from Harvard's PhD community on some of the most pressing challenges of our time—from global health to climate change, growth and development, the future of AI, and many others. Listen in!


Episodes

Episode 4: Inclusion, Justice, and Love in an Apocalyptic Moment

As the Christmas holiday approaches, Rev. Dr. Matthew Ichihashi Potts, PhD ’13, speaks about a Christian ethics that is at odds with white supremacy and cultural hegemony.

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Episode 3: “We Have Our Medicine”: Trauma and Resilience in Indigenous Communities

In the November episode of the Colloquy podcast, the sociologist Blythe George, PhD '20, explores the vibrance of rural indigenous communities amid the trauma that is the legacy of settler colonialism.

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Episode 2: Who’s Afraid of Inflation?

GSAS alumna Betsey Stevenson, professor of public policy and economics at the University of Michigan and a member of the Council of Economic Advisers during the Obama Administration, gives her take on how worried consumers should be about inflation.

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Episode 1: The Incredible Shrinking Vaccine Efficacy

In the inaugural episode of the GSAS Colloquy podcast, alumnus Michael Lin, a microbiologist and professor at Stanford University, says vaccination mandates are the path out of the COVID-19 pandemic and shares his concerns about the decline in vaccine efficacy over time.

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