Sunday, January 14, 2018

Roddey Reid radio interview on KZSC FM 88.1 Santa Cruz, Tues., Jan. 16th, 7pm




Confronting Political Intimidation
and Public Bullying

A Conversation with

Roddey Reid & radio show host Bruce Bratton
  KZSC FM 88.1 Santa Cruz
Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018

7--7:30 pm PST
To stream live:
https://www.kzsc.org/listen/ 
or in iTunes under College Radio

Download KZSC iPhone/iPad app here: https://www.kzsc.org/iphone/
Android app here: https://www.kzsc.org/android/
Print and e-book editions available online at Amazon & paperback copies are
for sale in leading Bay Area bookstores in Berkeley (Moe's, Books Inc., 
& Pegasus Books on Solano Ave.), Oakland (East Bay Booksellers), 
and Santa Cruz (Bookshop Santa Cruz)

Net proceeds from sales will go to Indivisible National of IndivisibleGuide.com

Roddey Reid is Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Diego, where he taught classes on the modern cultures and societies of the U.S., France, and Japan. His latest writing has been on trauma, daily life, and the culture of intimidation and bullying in the U.S. and Europe. He hosts a personal blog called “UnSafe Thoughts” on bullying and the fluidity of politics in dangerous times. He is a member of San Francisco chapter of IndivisibleGuide.com (now Indivisble.org), the activist group that was formed in December 2016 to pressure politicians to preserve the legacies of the New Deal and the Great Society and that now has over 5,800 chapters nationwide.

CANCELED: Affect & Activism: Talk at UC Santa Cruz, Wed., Jan. 17th, 12 noon, Center for Cultural Studies


CANCELED

 Affect & Activism:
Confronting Political Intimidation and Public Bullying in the Trump Era and Beyond


Roddey Reid 
Professor Emeritus
UC San Diego 

Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018

12 noon - 1:30pm

Center for Cultural Studies
University of California, Santa Cruz
Stevenson College
Humanities Building 1, Room 210 

https://culturalstudies.ucsc.edu/2017/12/26/january-17-2018-roddey-reid-confronting-political-intimidation-and-public-bullying-affect-and-activism-in-the-trump-era-and-beyond/

Roddey Reid is Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Diego, where he taught classes on the modern cultures and societies of the U.S., France, and Japan. His latest writing has been on trauma, daily life, and the culture of intimidation and bullying in the U.S. and Europe. He hosts a personal blog called “UnSafe Thoughts” on bullying and the fluidity of politics in dangerous times. He is a member of San Francisco chapter of IndivisibleGuide.com (now Indivisble.org), the activist group that was formed in December 2016 to pressure politicians to preserve the legacies of the New Deal and the Great Society and that now has over 5,800 chapters nationwide.



Print and e-book editions available online at Amazon & paperback copies are
for sale in leading Bay Area bookstores in Berkeley (Moe's, Books Inc., 
& Pegasus Books on Solano Ave.), Oakland (East Bay Booksellers), 
and Santa Cruz (Bookshop Santa Cruz)

Net proceeds from sales will go to Indivisible National of IndivisibleGuide.com

Friday, December 15, 2017

Podcast of interview on KWMR FM on "Confronting Political Intimidation & Public Bullying."




Confronting Political Intimidation
and Public Bullying

Audio Podcast

(28 mins; starts at 32:00)


Will be available on Youtube by mid-Jan. 2018
 

Conversation with

Roddey Reid & talk show host Amanda Eichstaedt
  KWMR FM 
West Marin (Calif.) Community Radio
 Dec. 13, 2017

Including a segment on the workplace. How do political intimidation & public bullying work? Why is it worse now and takes such an emotional toll? What can we do?



Print and e-book editions available online at Amazon & paperback copies are
for sale in leading Bay Area bookstores in Berkeley (Moe's, Books Inc., 
& Pegasus Books on Solano Ave.), Oakland (East Bay Booksellers), 
and Santa Cruz (Bookshop Santa Cruz)

Net proceeds from sales will go to Indivisible National of IndivisibleGuide.com

Roddey Reid is Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Diego, where he taught classes on the modern cultures and societies of the U.S., France, and Japan. His latest writing has been on trauma, daily life, and the culture of intimidation and bullying in the U.S. and Europe. He hosts a personal blog called “UnSafe Thoughts” on bullying and the fluidity of politics in dangerous times. He is a member of San Francisco chapter of IndivisibleGuide.com (now Indivisble.org), the activist group that was formed in December 2016 to pressure politicians to preserve the legacies of the New Deal and the Great Society and that now has over 5,800 chapters nationwide.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Weinstein & Company.: 'Big Swinging Dicks' as Business Folk Heroes



Roddey Reid
https://medium.com/@roddeyreid/weinstein-company-big-swinging-dicks-as-business-folk-heroes-d1fd13eddf72

Radio interview with Roddey Reid, Wed., Dec. 13th, 8:30-9am PST



Confronting Political Intimidation
and Public Bullying

A Conversation with

Roddey Reid & talk show host Amanda Eichstaedt
  KWMR FM 
Community Public Radio
90.5 from Point Reyes Station, 89.9 from Bolinas and 92.3 in the San Geronimo Valley (West Marin)
Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017

8:30-9:00 am PST
To stream live:
Print and e-book editions available online at Amazon & paperback copies are
for sale in leading Bay Area bookstores in Berkeley (Moe's, Books Inc., 
& Pegasus Books on Solano Ave.), Oakland (East Bay Booksellers), 
and Santa Cruz (Bookshop Santa Cruz)

Net proceeds from sales will go to Indivisible National of IndivisibleGuide.com

Roddey Reid is Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Diego, where he taught classes on the modern cultures and societies of the U.S., France, and Japan. His latest writing has been on trauma, daily life, and the culture of intimidation and bullying in the U.S. and Europe. He hosts a personal blog called “UnSafe Thoughts” on bullying and the fluidity of politics in dangerous times. He is a member of San Francisco chapter of IndivisibleGuide.com (now Indivisble.org), the activist group that was formed in December 2016 to pressure politicians to preserve the legacies of the New Deal and the Great Society and that now has over 5,800 chapters nationwide.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Podcast: Confronting Political Intimidation & Public Bullying


A Conversation with 
Roddey Reid & radio talk show host Maureen Langan
KGO AM 810, San Francisco
Youtube podcast (25 mins., without ads)

Originally broadcast Sunday, November 19, 2017, 9-10:00 pm PST


Print and e-book editions available online at Amazon. 
Paperback copies are for sale in Bay Area bookstores: Berkeley 
(Moe's Books, Books Inc., & Pegasus Books [Solano Ave.], Oakland (East Bay Booksellers), and Santa Cruz (Bookshop Santa Cruz)

Net proceeds from sales will go to Indivisible National of IndivisibleGuide.com

Roddey Reid is Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Diego, where he taught classes on the modern cultures and societies of the U.S., France, and Japan. His latest writing has been on trauma, daily life, and the culture of intimidation and bullying in the U.S. and Europe. He hosts a personal blog called “UnSafe Thoughts” on bullying and the fluidity of politics in dangerous times. He is a member of San Francisco chapter of IndivisibleGuide.com (now Indivisble.org), the activist group that was formed in December 2016 to pressure politicians to preserve the legacies of the New Deal and the Great Society and that now has over 5,800 chapters nationwide.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Radio interview with Roddey Reid - Sun., Nov. 19th, 9-10pm PST



Confronting Political Intimidation
and Public Bullying

A Conversation with

Roddey Reid & talk show host Maureen Langan
KGO AM 810, San Francisco
Sunday, November 19, 2017

9-10:00 pm PST
To stream live:
http://player.listenlive.co/25931/


Print and e-book editions available online at Amazon & paperback copies are
for sale in Berkeley bookstores Pegasus Books (Solano Ave.) and Moe's Books

Net proceeds from sales will go to Indivisible National of IndivisibleGuide.com

Roddey Reid is Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Diego, where he taught classes on the modern cultures and societies of the U.S., France, and Japan. His latest writing has been on trauma, daily life, and the culture of intimidation and bullying in the U.S. and Europe. He hosts a personal blog called “UnSafe Thoughts” on bullying and the fluidity of politics in dangerous times. He is a member of San Francisco chapter of IndivisibleGuide.com (now Indivisble.org), the activist group that was formed in December 2016 to pressure politicians to preserve the legacies of the New Deal and the Great Society and that now has over 5,800 chapters nationwide.