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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Danielle Allen. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Danielle Allen, often where they are interviewed.

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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Danielle Allen. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Danielle Allen, often where they are interviewed.

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Danielle Allen on the radicalism of the American revolution — and its lessons for today

The Ezra Klein Show
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My first conversation with Harvard political theorist Danielle Allen in fall 2019 was one of my all-time favorites. I didn’t expect to have Allen on again so soon, but her work is unusually relevant to our current moment.


She’s written an entire book about the deeper argument of the Declaration of Independence and the way our superficial reading and folk history of the document obscures its radicalism. (It’ll make you look at July Fourth in a whole new way). Her most recent book, Cuz, is a searing indictment of the American criminal justice system, driven by watching her cousin go through it and motivated by the murder that ended his life. Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, which Allen directs, has released the most comprehensive, operational road map for mobilizing and reopening the US economy amidst the Covid-19 crisis. And to top it all off, a two-year bipartisan commission of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, which Allen co-chaired, recently released a report with more than 30 recommendations on how to reform American democracy — and they’re very, very good.


This is a wide-ranging conversation for a wide-ranging moment. Allen and I discuss what “all men are created equal” really means, why the myth of Thomas Jefferson’s sole authorship of the Declaration of Independence muddies its message, the role of police brutality in the American revolution, democracy reforms such as ranked-choice voting, DC statehood, mandatory voting, how to deal with a Republican Party that opposes expanding democracy, the case for prison abolition, the various pandemic response paths before us, the failure of political leadership in this moment, and much more.


References:

My first conversation with Danielle Allen

Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center's Covid-19 work

"Our Common Purpose" report on reinventing democracy for the 21st century


Book recommendations:

To Shape a New World by Brandon Terry and Tommie Shelby 

Solitary by Alfred Woodfox 

The Torture Letters by Laurence Ralph



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Jul 02 2020

1hr 12mins

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An ethical plan for ending the pandemic and restarting the economy | Danielle Allen

TED Talks Daily
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As COVID-19 continues to spread, the world is facing two existential threats at once: a public health emergency and an economic crisis. Political theorist Danielle Allen describes how we can ethically and democratically address both problems by scaling up "smart testing," which would track positive cases with peer-to-peer software on people's cell phones -- so we can end the pandemic and get back to work. (This virtual conversation is part of the TED Connects series, hosted by head of TED Chris Anderson and business curator Corey Hajim. Recorded April 6, 2020)

Apr 09 2020

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The tech we need to end the pandemic and restart the economy with Danielle Allen

The TED Interview
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As COVID-19 continues to spread, the world is facing two existential threats at once: a public health emergency and an economic crisis. Political theorist Danielle Allen describes how we can ethically and democratically address both problems by scaling up "smart testing," which would track positive cases with peer-to-peer software on people's cell phones -- so we can end the pandemic and get back to work. This virtual conversation is part of the TED Connects series, hosted by head of TED Chris Anderson and business curator Corey Hajim. It was recorded April 6, 2020. To learn more, visit go.ted.com/tedconnects

Apr 07 2020

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Mobilize and Transition: A Policy to Defeat COVID-19 and Restore America, with Dr. Danielle Allen

Hold These Truths with Dan Crenshaw
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A binary choice is often given in the conversations about the right pathway to defeat the coronavirus: we must prioritize lives over the economy or the economy over lives. Political theorist Dr. Danielle Allen joins Dan to describe a third pathway - treating the virus as a major national security threat and aggressively building an infrastructure for fighting and surviving the pandemic. A wartime mentality that shifts our economy to the production of testing capacity and test administration, personal protective equipment, and tools for case identification and contact tracing.

Dr. Danielle Allen, James Bryant Conant University Professor at Harvard University, and Director of Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, is a political theorist who has published broadly in democratic theory, political sociology, and the history of political thought. Widely known for her work on justice and citizenship in both ancient Athens and modern America, Allen is the author of The World of Prometheus: The Politics of Punishing in Democratic Athens (2000), Talking to Strangers: Anxieties of Citizenship since Brown vs. the Board of Education (2004), Why Plato Wrote (2010), Our Declaration: A Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Defense of Equality (2014), Education and Equality (2016), and Cuz: The Life and Times of Michael A. (2017). She is the co-editor of the award-winning Education, Justice, and Democracy (2013, with Rob Reich) and From Voice to Influence: Understanding Citizenship in the Digital Age (2015, with Jennifer Light). She is a former Chair of the Mellon Foundation Board, past Chair of the Pulitzer Prize Board, and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society.

Allen is also the principal investigator for the Democratic Knowledge Project, a distributed research and action lab at Harvard University. The Democratic Knowledge Project seeks to identify, strengthen, and disseminate the bodies of knowledge, skills, and capacities that democratic citizens need in order to succeed at operating their democracy.

Apr 06 2020

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Danielle Allen -Breaking Down the Enneagram

Peaceful Power Podcast
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Danielle is an Enneagram coach and consultant helping leaders build self-awareness while discovering their innate leadership style through the Enneagram. She equips individuals and teams to grow in personal development and emotional health resulting in increased productivity, greater communication and collaboration, and improved personal and team relationships. Danielle trained as a life & leadership at Learning Journeys The International School of Coaching and received a certificate in Enneagram Coaching from The Enneagram in Business. When she’s not talking Enneagram, you can find her hanging out with her Morkie dog, Moose.

Connect with Danielle
www.onefootcoaching.com
Insta: www.instagram.com/onefootcoach
FB: https://www.facebook.com/Onefootcoaching/

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Mar 24 2020

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Interview with Danielle Allen - The Enneagram and How To Integrate It Into Your Life

Mind Muscle and Movement Podcast
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Enneagram. Have you heard of it??  Do you know what type you are? Are you aware of your wing? Your subtype? WHOA!! I can’t wait for you to tune in. If you have NO IDEA what I’m talking about, you are in for a ride. I knew enough to be dangerous which is why I brought Danielle on to help us out. She is an Enneagram coach and helps us to understand the basics.

At the heart of it – the Enneagram is a personality type – but so much more than that. It helps us to understand how we show up in the world and how we interact with other people.

Jan 22 2020

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Danielle Allen: Two Birds Brewing

Lady Startup
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Welcome to Lady Startup the podcast where we find out how to build a business from women who’ve done it before.

Rachel Corbett's guest today is Danielle Allen, co-founder of Two Birds Brewing.

Danielle and her friend Jayne Lewis went on a trip to the US where they decided they’d take Jayne’s experience as a brewer and Danielle’s experience in product development in marketing and start their own brewing company.

Over the years they’ve pushed the creative boundaries even coming up with a glitter beer as a tribute to the late great David Bowie.

So what was it like building Australia’s first female-owned brewery?

Listen to find out...

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Nov 12 2019

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#169 How to leverage concussion symptoms for a better life with Danielle Allen

The Mindset Athlete Podcast
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Danielle coach's high-performance athletes how to leverage their concussion symptoms for max performance and a better life.

"Slow down, disconnect and find what works best for you, your emotions and your brain health"

If you've walked in and out of the neurologist's office and it feels like they couldn't grasp the severity of your symptoms, this is for you.

You can find out more about Danielle by visiting her website theconcussioncoach.org/ and you can connect with her through Instagram

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Aug 11 2019

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Danielle Allen: "The Ethics of Public Participation in a Digital Age"

UO Today
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Working with a team of collaborators, Harvard University professor and political theorist Danielle Allen has developed ten design principles for effective, equitable, and self-protective civic agency in a digital age. These principles provide guidance to those functioning as civic actors, and to those who are designing platforms or organizations to cultivate, support, or channel civic involvement.

Allen on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 on the UO campus as the OHC’s 2018–19 Kritikos Lecturer in the Humanities.

Jun 20 2019

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UO Today With Danielle Allen

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Danielle Allen, James Conant University Professor at Harvard University, is the director of Harvard's Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics. Allen discusses the deficiency of civics education in America resulting from policies wrought by polarized politics. She talks about the importance of egalitarian and participatory democracy. Her Democratic Knowledge Project identifies skills, knowledge, and habits citizens need to participate in democracy; and how to participate in a digital space while being intentional about self protection. Additionally Allen reflects on her memoir Cuz: The Life and Times of Michael A. about her cousin who was incarcerated 11 years prior to his death at a young age. Allen gave a talk titled "The Ethics of Public Participation in a Digital Age" on May 21, 2019 as the Oregon Humanities Center's 2018-19 Kritikos Lecturer.

May 24 2019

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