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Carrie Lambert-Beatty


Exploring “parafiction” in contemporary art and our post-truth culture—with Carrie Lambert-Beatty, professor of the history of art and architecture and of art, film, and visual studies.


Doug Elmendorf and Karen Dynan

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What should be done now about the federal budget and the deficit, with Doug Elmendorf, dean of the Harvard Kennedy School, and Karen Dynan, professor of the practice of economics.


William Kirby

China’s internal politics, global aspirations, and relations with the United States, with William Kirby, former dean of the faculty of arts and sciences, now Chang professor of China Studies and Spangler Family professor of business administration.


Benjamin Sachs and Sharon Block

Reforming labor law, with Benjamin Sachs, Kestnbaum professor of labor and industry at Harvard Law School, and Sharon Block, executive director of the labor and worklife program at HLS.


Nicholas Burns

Why diplomacy is critical for maintaining the global order, with Nicholas Burns, Goodman Family professor of the practice of diplomacy and international relations at Harvard Kennedy School.


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How courts in the United States have become politicized, with Maya Sen, professor of public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School.


David Cutler

Fixing the U.S. healthcare system, with David Cutler, Eckstein professor of applied economics and professor in the department of global health and population at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health


Photograph © Martha Stewart

Rating the foreign policy of presidents from FDR to the present day with Joseph Nye, formerly a government professor in FAS, later dean of the Kennedy School, now a University Distinguished Service Professor


Polarization and the U.S. court system, fixing American healthcare, and more from the next season of Harvard Magazine’s podcast.