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Then & Now

UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy

Then & Now connects past to present, using historical analysis and context to help guide us through modern issues and policy decisions. Then & Now is brought to you by the UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy. Then & Now is produced by Maia Ferdman and David Myers, and features original music by Daniel Raijman.
University in Crisis: Disruption, Response, and Transformation During the Young Administration at UCLAJune 22, 2022 Episode artwork Guns, Violence, and the Law: A Conversation with Professor Adam WinklerJune 10, 2022 Episode artwork Student Debt as a Civil Rights Issue: A Conversation with Dalié Jimenez and Jonathan GlaterMay 31, 2022 Episode artwork What Can International Law Do? A Conversation about the International Legal Order and Russia-Ukraine with Anna Spain BradleyMay 09, 2022 Episode artwork The End of Abortion Rights in the United States? A Conversation with Cary Franklin in the Wake of the Leaked Alito OpinionMay 04, 2022 Episode artwork 30 Years Later: A Conversation on the 1992 LA Uprisings with Brenda Stevenson and Kent WongApril 25, 2022 Episode artwork Breaking the Deadlock in Israel Palestine: The New Plan for a Holy Land ConfederationApril 11, 2022 Episode artwork The History of Racism and the Quest for Racial Justice at UCLAMarch 30, 2022 Episode artwork Understanding Ukraine Past and Present: A Conversation with Jared McBrideMarch 17, 2022 Episode artwork Ghosts of the Past in the Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Conversations with Historians Benjamin Nathans and Arch Getty. A Special Two-Part EpisodeMarch 02, 2022 Episode artwork Deadlock in Israel-Palestine: How to Imagine a Better Future? Part 2February 28, 2022 Episode artwork The Transformation of Academic Labor: Past as Prologue at the UCFebruary 14, 2022 Episode artwork Revisited - The Black Athlete as "Racial Project": A Conversation on Race, Politics, and Sports with Ben CarringtonFebruary 07, 2022 Episode artwork Why are Live Guns Used on Film Sets? A Conversation on the Death of Halyna Hutchins and the Fight for Labor Rights on Set with Kate FortmuellerJanuary 24, 2022 Episode artwork Native American Studies, Land, and the Quest for Justice: A Conversation with Mishuana GoemanJanuary 10, 2022 Episode artwork Regulating the “Oldest Profession”: A Conversation on Policy Approaches to Sex Work with Manisha ShahDecember 13, 2021 Episode artwork Is the Age of Roe v. Wade Over? A Conversation on the Long Legal Fight over Abortion with Cary FranklinDecember 06, 2021 Episode artwork Deadlock in Israel-Palestine: How to Imagine a Better Future? Part 1November 29, 2021 Episode artwork Revisited - Distinct Histories, Shared Struggles: A Conversation with Prof. Kyle Mays about Indigenous Peoples DayNovember 15, 2021 Episode artwork Vaccine Mandates Past and Present: A Conversation with Dorit ReissNovember 01, 2021 Episode artwork What is Afropessimism? A Conversation with Frank WildersonOctober 18, 2021 Episode artwork Leadership, Legacy, and Looking Ahead: A Conversation with Mayor Eric GarcettiOctober 04, 2021 Episode artwork What We Knew Then and What We Know Now: A Conversation about the COVID-19 Pandemic with Dr. Sharon BalterSeptember 20, 2021 Episode artwork A Firsthand Account of a California Recall Election: A Conversation with Governor Gray DavisSeptember 02, 2021 Episode artwork Revisited - Political Polarization, Civility, and Deliberative Democracy: A Conversation with Carolyn LukensmeyerAugust 23, 2021 Episode artwork