The Baldy Center Podcast highlights University at Buffalo faculty research and perspectives on current issues and events. We focus on UB's interdisciplinary scholars of law, legal institutions, and social policy.
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You can also stream each episode directly from this website using the mp3 audio player.
The Spring 2021 episodes of The Baldy Center Podcast presents faculty affiliates discussing research about: Nurse-Initiated Protocols in Emergency Departments; Tacit Racism; Urban Renewal and School Reform; Harm Reduction; Law, Class and Racial Capitalism on ClassCrits, the opiod crisis; and more.
The Fall 2020 edition of the podcast offers insight from Mark Bartholomew (UB Law), Irus Braverman (UB Law), Amanda Hughett (former Baldy Center Fellow), David Herzberg (UB History), Jennifer Gaynor (Baldy Center) and others. We invite you to subscribe to be informed when new blog posts are released.