A new podcast in association with the University of Auckland. Every week between now and the US presidential election, three experts in US politics, history and media from the University of Auckland, all from the USA but currently happily living here in New Zealand, will take us through the systems, the history and the precedents, and try to explain why things might be happening the way they are.
Associate Professor Jennifer Frost is a historian of social, cultural, and political developments in 20th century United States. Her research focuses on women's history, social movements, and popular culture.
Dr Maria Armoudian is a senior lecturer in politics and international relations at the University of Auckland. She studies media, politics, and law, particularly in the areas of human rights, the environment, and good governance.
Dr Tim Fadgen is a lecturer in politics and international relations at the University of Auckland where he teaches public policy. He has research interests in immigration policy and law and has held roles US politics, law and government. Tim is also a lawyer but don’t hold that against him.