History 4 Two - Episode 25 - Professor Tomás Summers Sandoval - (Theme: Diversity, Inclusion)
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by Nathan H Chan
11M ago
Professor Summers Sandoval is an associate professor of History and Chicana/Latina Studies at Pomona College, where he has twice received the Distinguished Professor Award for teaching. There, he teaches classes on Latinx history, social movements, oral history, and racial inequality in the United States, specifically in California. He currently serves as the First Vice President of the Oral History Association. In this episode, he addresses the criticality of identity, diversity, and inclusion in the history and development of communities ..read more
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History 4 Two - Episode 24 - Professor Samuel Richardson - (Theme: Game Theory, Polarization)
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by Nathan H Chan
11M ago
Professor Samuel Richardson is an expert in Economics and Game Theory. He is an award-winning professor who has taught at Boston College and the University of Texas at Austin and is currently teaching game theory at Harvard Kennedy School. Professor Richardson completed his undergraduate degree at Stanford University before earning a Ph.D. from Harvard University. In this episode, we talk about today’s information polarization, health economics, and the Russo-Ukrainian War through the lenses of game theory, social welfare, and economic drivers ..read more
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History 4 Two - Episode 22 - Professor Richard Wang - (Theme: Innovation For Good)
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by Nathan H Chan
11M ago
Professor Richard Wang is currently the Associate Director of Fudan University’s Fintech Research Center and a Visiting Scholar at the Fanhai International School of Finance. Prior to this, he was an Associate Professor of Practice and Director of LIVE Learning Center at the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF), Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and taught management at Chihlee University of Technology, Taiwan. Professor Wang is also a founding partner of NewRiver Capital Partners and has over 20 years of experience working in the financial and investment industry. In this episode, Profe ..read more
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History 4 Two - Episode 21 - Professor Andrew Field - (Theme: Shanghai Lockdown)
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by Nathan H Chan
11M ago
Dr. Andrew Field is a scholar of Chinese history and culture who is currently the Associate Professor of Chinese History at Duke Kunshan University. He has taught Chinese history at the University of Puget Sound, the University of New South Wales, and New York University. Additionally, Dr. Field is the author of multiple books, the host of multiple walks, and has even produced his own documentary. In today’s episode, Professor Fields talks about the history of Shanghai, China, rising Sino-American tensions, Shanghai’s recent lockdowns, and how performing arts can help promote global harmony ..read more
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History 4 Two - Episode 20 - Tara Nair and Elijah Tay - (Theme: Human Rights, Capital Punishment)
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by Nathan H Chan
11M ago
Tara Nair and Elijah Tay are youth human rights advocates working on abolishing capital punishment in Singapore. Their latest work, an open letter to President Halimah has garnered signatories from over 20 countries. In this episode, they talk about the death penalty, justice systems, as well as youth activism. Tara is an Institution for International Law and Justice Joyce Lowinson Scholar at New York University and Elijah has been a civil society advocate for diverse communities. Elijah is the founder of initiatives like My Queer Story, a program aimed at raising awareness about LGBTQ+ discri ..read more
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History 4 Two - Episode 19 - Tewon Turner - (Theme: Language Justice)
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by Nathan H Chan
11M ago
Mr. Tewon Turner serves as a military police officer and an interpreter with the United States Army. He speaks 12 languages of varying levels and is a devout polyglot. In this episode, Mr. Turner explores the idea of language justice and how languages has played crucial roles in war situations from his actual experience. Mr. Turner is an advocate of minority languages and encourages the mandatory teachings of multiple languages in schools for children to expand their world perspectives and sense of empathy ..read more
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History 4 Two - Episode 17 - Professor Michael Wishnie - (Theme: Gun Violence, Civil Rights)
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by Nathan H Chan
11M ago
Professor Michael J. Wishnie is William O. Douglas Clinical Professor of Law and Counselor to the Dean at Yale Law School. Professor Wishnie’s teaching, scholarship, and law practice have focused on immigration, labor and employment, habeas corpus, civil rights, government transparency, veterans law, and voting rights. For years, Professor Wishnie and his students have represented low-wage workers, immigrants, veterans, and voters in federal, state, and administrative litigation. In this episode, Professor Wishnie zeroes in on the recent discussions around gun violence sparked by the Uvalde sh ..read more
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History 4 Two - Episode 16 - Stanton Abramson - (Theme: War, Refugees)
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by Nathan H Chan
11M ago
Stanton Abramson is the grandson of a Holocaust survivor. Gizella Abramson, his paternal grandmother, survived multiple ghettos, a stint in the underground resistance, and the Maidaanik concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland between 1941-45. He was very close to her before she passed away in 2011. From 1970 to 2010, she frequently spoke to school students in North Carolina public schools about the Holocaust and her message of hope and survival. She spoke to thousands of students during her 40 years of active service. Her story has a lot of similarities to those that may be fleeing or helpi ..read more
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History 4 Two (Cantonese) - Episode 15 - Principal Leung Kee Cheong - (Theme: War, Misinformation)
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by Nathan H Chan
11M ago
Principal Leung Kee Cheong is a renowned Principal based in Hong Kong and has been influential as an educator for the Hong Kong Youth in the last four decades. He was featured and was recognized by Hong Kong media for his work as Principal of Fresh Fish Traders' School, a primary school well known for its success in turning around the lives of poor children. He is also an expert in The Art of War by Sun Tzu and in this episode, he shares his insights on the how the philosophies taught by The Art of War can be applied to a teenager’s daily life ..read more
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History 4 Two - Episode 13 - Emmaline Bennett - (Theme: War)
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by Nathan H Chan
11M ago
Emmaline Bennett is Columbia University graduate with a bachelor's degree in History and Comparative Literature & Society and a Columbia Teachers College graduate with a Master's degree in Social Studies Education. Emmaline is a World History teacher and have done extensive research on war and refugees with her theses, "Cities of Defeat: Spanish Civil War Refugees and the French Concentration Camps of 1939", which won the Columbia History department's Charles A. Beard Prize as well as the George Watt Prize. In this episode, Emmaline talks about the politics and ideologies behind government ..read more
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