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Ep 64 [1/2] Hannah Judson: Beginning an MMT-adjacent sociology PhD. at Stonybrook.

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Today I talk with third-year MMT activist Hannah Judson. Hannah was introduced to MMT at a local community college in 2017. Her professor was BJ Unti who introduced both mainstream and MMT concepts and let the class decide for themselves which theory was more convincing. She later discovered that Unti was a student of Stephanie Kelton. Hannah received a decidedly non-MMT undergraduate degree in business from DuPaul University in Chicago. In September 2019, she impulsively flew out to Long Island, New York in order to attend the MMT conference at Stonybrook University. Despite knowing no one, she ended up being selected as a last-minute replacement to moderate a conference panel. She and her husband now share an apartment with MMTer Nathan Tankus in Queens, New York, and she has just begun an MMT-informed sociology PhD program at Stonybrook. Her hope is to further expand the interdisciplinary reach of the MMT project, which currently centers around law. Her primary interest, however, is the racial-wealth divide in the United States, and more broadly, stratification and inequality. (Stratification being the decisions and actions that cause and result in inquality.) Hannah describes how she got here from there, through a Zoom wedding in her home state of Washington, Zoom church in Chicago, and 11,000 miles of driving from Washington to New York to Washington to New York… in order to attend a Zoom PhD. In part two we drastically switch subjects to mental illness and anxiety, and how they are seen through and informed by MMT. Hannah and I both endured traumatic experiences in our childhoods which will remain with us for the rest of our lives. She discusses how she came to terms with this, how she manages it today, and how her Christianity influences her anxieties as well as her politics. I end by sharing my own story, which I will say more about in the introduction to part two. Now, onto my conversation with Hannah Judson. Postscript: TikTok During this conversation, Hannah told me "I'm too young to be a millennial and too old to download TikTok." Then only a few weeks later, she started an (excellent) for The Modern Money Network. I, um, "researched" it and subsequently became addicted to TikTok for music and singing. I now have dedicated to singing (and a little guitar). (The songs are also shared on and .) I'm a classically trained singer. The last music I did was to be in an a cappella group for five years, up until I discovered Bernie Sanders in August of 2015. Resources Website: Episode of Activist #MMT with Ryan Mathis: There is nothing "natural" about society’s laws (Zoom church) #LearnMMT For an overview of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) with many reliable sources to learn more, here is a good place to start: is a gateway to every known academic paper written by those who have developed MMT over the past quarter century, and is framed around my layperson takes. It is essentially a long-form FAQ, addressing many basic concepts and criticisms, and more. On Facebook, the on Modern Monetary for Real Progressives contains a wealth of information. Please become a monthly patron of Activist #MMT We shouldn't have to beg, but we do have to beg. So it's not *that* we beg, but *who* we beg. I am choosing to beg you, my listeners, to financially support this show. For even a dollar a month, you'll get exclusive patron-only content and updates, highlighted by around four-days access to every episode, before they're released to the public. However, you'll also get super-early access to several episodes, weeks, and sometimes even months in advance. To be clear, however, all episodes of Activist #MMT are free, for all, forever. Patrons only get the opportunity to hear them before the public. Take a listen. If you like what you hear, please consider becoming a monthly patron of Activist #MMT. You can start here: https://www.patreon.com/activistmmt. ✌️, ❤️, and #MMT 🦉

1hr 13mins

21 Jan 2021

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Ep 64 [1/2] Hannah Judson: Beginning an MMT-adjacent sociology PhD. at Stonybrook.

Activist #MMT - podcast

Welcome to episode 64 of Activist #MMT. Today I talk with third-year MMT activist Hannah Judson. Hannah was introduced to MMT at a local community college in 2017. Her professor was BJ Unti who introduced both mainstream and MMT concepts and let the class decide for themselves which theory was more convincing. She later discovered that Unti was a student of Stephanie Kelton. Hannah received a decidedly non-MMT undergraduate degree in business from DuPaul University in Chicago. In September 2019, she impulsively flew out to Long Island, New York in order to attend the MMT conference at Stonybrook University. Despite knowing no one, she ended up being selected as a last-minute replacement to moderate a conference panel. She and her husband now share an apartment with MMTer Nathan Tankus in Queens, New York, and she has just begun an MMT-informed sociology PhD program at Stonybrook. Her hope is to further expand the interdisciplinary reach of the MMT project, which currently centers around law. Her primary interest, however, is the racial-wealth divide in the United States, and more broadly, stratification and inequality. (Stratification being the decisions and actions that cause and result in inquality.) Hannah describes how she got here from there, through a Zoom wedding in her home state of Washington, Zoom church in Chicago, and 11,000 miles of driving from Washington to New York to Washington to New York… in order to attend a Zoom PhD. In part two we drastically switch subjects to mental illness and anxiety, and how they are seen through and informed by MMT. Hannah and I both endured traumatic experiences in our childhoods which will remain with us for the rest of our lives. She discusses how she came to terms with this, how she manages it today, and how her Christianity influences her anxieties as well as her politics. I end by sharing my own story, which I will say more about in the introduction to part two. Now, onto my conversation with Hannah Judson. Postscript: TikTok During this conversation, Hannah told me "I'm too young to be a millennial and too old to download TikTok." Then only a few weeks later, she started an (excellent) TikTok channel for The Modern Money Network. I, um, "researched" it and subsequently became addicted to TikTok for music and singing. I now have my own channel dedicated to singing (and a little guitar). (The songs are also shared on Facebook and Twitter.) I'm a classically trained singer. The last music I did was to be in an a cappella group for five years, up until I discovered Bernie Sanders in August of 2015. Resources Website: Why Blue Lives Matter Episode 21 of Activist #MMT with Ryan Mathis: There is nothing "natural" about society’s laws Gilda's Club Chicago (Zoom church) #LearnMMT For an overview of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) with many reliable sources to learn more, here is a good place to start: My large set of resources is a gateway to every known academic paper written by those who have developed MMT over the past quarter century, and is framed around my layperson takes. It is essentially a long-form FAQ, addressing many basic concepts and criticisms, and more. On Facebook, the pinned post on Modern Monetary for Real Progressives contains a wealth of information. Please become a monthly patron of Activist #MMT We shouldn't have to beg, but we do have to beg. So it's not *that* we beg, but *who* we beg. I am choosing to beg you, my listeners, to financially support this show. For even a dollar a month, you'll get exclusive patron-only content and updates, highlighted by around four-days access to every episode, before they're released to the public. However, you'll also get super-early access to several episodes, weeks, and sometimes even months in advance. To be clear, however, all episodes of Activist #MMT are free, for all, forever. Patrons only get the opportunity to hear them before the public. Take a listen. If you like what you hear, please consider becoming a monthly patron of Activist #MMT. You can start here: https://www.patreon.com/activistmmt. ✌️, ❤️, and #MMT 🦉

1hr 13mins

21 Jan 2021

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Journeys Through Music with Hannah Judson

Journeys Through Music

http://www.hannahjudson.com/ https://music.youtube.com/channel/UCKYDN-r7Prh5mBzTtSAbpYw https://www.facebook.com/muse.hannah--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/journeysthroughmusic/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/journeysthroughmusic/support

1hr 5mins

25 Nov 2020

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Episode 50: Finding the Space to Create with Hannah Judson

The Broken Glass Podcast

Hannah Judson is my guest on the podcast this week. She’s an international touring American-French singer-songwriter based between Paris, France, and the San Francisco Bay area. Listen in as we talk about creativity and how we find it (especially in the COVID-19 era), her move to France and the differences between the shows and touring in the US and Europe, the background behind her music festival MUSEFest, and the importance of fighting for your place in the music industry.Quotes that Stood Out:“Why do we not feel creative when we’ve got the time and the space?”“You want to have listeners who are really listening to you, so I don’t think it’s a good idea to inflate your numbers”‘I would rather have a handful of real people than a huge number that’s just paid for”“I do think that women in music need to fight harder. You need to fight hard because there are fewer places for women.”“Your greatest allies might not be in music, they may be in other fields but may be super supportive of you”Resources:Brunchwork Where to find Hannah:Instagram: @hannahj_museFacebook: @hannahjudsonmusicwww.hannahjudson.com

55mins

4 Aug 2020

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Episode 21 - The Power of Working and Learning Remotely with Hannah Judson

That Entrepreneur Life

Join Andrew Lees and Clint McPherson with Hannah Judson as they talk about the power of working and learning remotely. Hannah is a singer-songwriter and artist who also has various side businesses. She talks about her different entrepreneurial ventures and how she went through them while in touch with her love for music.In this episode, you’ll learn:Being encouraged to mess around and find your own happiness.Having the freedom to move around while making money AND being in touch with your passions!The fun in marketing and sales. Sometimes it feels like a holiday!Not having enough time and energy to do the things you want. How can you deal with it?Success is not always money! About Hannah Judson:Hannah is an internationally touring American singer-songwriter, performing original works that draw her audience into storylines of political, social, and personal power, love, and loss.  On guitar, with live looping percussion and harmonies, Hannah’s vocals co-mingle and ring out and intimate setting, with a modern folk sound reminiscent of Cat Power, Lucinda Williams, and Elliott Smith. Noted as “the real deal” by UK’s country music Maverick Magazine, and “with a style that channels Elliott Smith” by Indie Country FM radio, Hannah has appeared regularly in Paris, throughout Europe. Alongside writing and performing, she founded and produces MUSEfest, an international music and film festival that spotlights inspiring women in music, film, and art. The first two editions were in London and Paris, with New York City projected for 2017. She also performs in Lacuna Echo, an experimental audio/visual digital environment project with painter Florence Artur and Absynth creator Brian Clevenger. She discovered her first electric guitar at a Wicker Park pawn shop, as a student at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she studied painting, sound, and design. In Chicago, she was a continuous member of folk, grunge, and alt/rock bands, as the songwriter and lead vocalist. She also produced and hosted GrrrlsRock events at Beat Kitchen.You can find Hannah Judson on... Website: http://www.hannahjudson.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HannahJudsonMusicTwitter: https://twitter.com/HannahJudsonYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/HannahJudsonMuseInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/hannahj_muse/Connect with That Entrepreneur Life on...Website: https://thatentrepreneurlife.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thatentrepreneurlife/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thatentrepreneurlifeusa/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThatEntreprene1YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFKPkF39Z6r2l9AT4k-tDtgSupport the show (https://thatentrepreneurlife.com/support-the-show)

39mins

15 Jul 2020

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Wonderful Women Wednesday with Hannah Judson

What The Fox! Empowerment For Women

Hannah Judson is a female musician and entrepreneur.  She has traveled the globe singing and making a career for herself.  She currently lives in France where she is focusing her attentions on females in music.  How cool is that?!?  Listen to hear how Hannah got started, some tips she gives for being a creative in business, and her last bit of advice to encourage you.  Never give up!  Stop listening to your negative inner voice.  You've got this!  Here is how you can connect with Hannah. Listen to my recent record Stingray on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/5kWcMY07nyv4nWWkvoCLaH https://www.facebook.com/HannahJudsonMusic instagram.com/hannahj_muse www.hannahjudson.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatthefox/support

22mins

6 May 2020

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Ireland's Repeal of the 8th Amendment by Audrey Bean, Megan Harry, Hannah Judson

Stories of Ireland 2018

Across the world, women are fighting for the right to safely terminate pregnancies. On May 25th, 69% of Irish voters repealed constitutional ban on abortion in the republic of Ireland. Audrey Bean, Megan Harry and Hannah Judson report on a historic moment in Irish culture.

4mins

7 Jun 2018

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Drag in Ireland by Hannah Judson

Stories of Ireland 2018

Drag culture is taking to the stage in Ireland in a way it never has before, thanks in part to Ru Paul's American television show. Hannah Judson reports on a new sense of acceptance among the performers.

1min

27 May 2018

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Thoughts On America and Ireland after a Study Tour- Miranda Johnson, David Joseph, Hannah Judson

Stories of Ireland 2018

Bellevue College students David Joseph, Miranda Johnson, and Hannah Judson discuss race relations in the United States as informed by their April 2018 study abroad trip to learn about the civil rights conflict in Ireland.

29mins

19 May 2018