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New Season of the Interacting Minds Podcast

What is the role of interdisciplinary and social science research in navigating a global pandemic? What do we mean by personhood and consciousness at the Borderlands of Living? To find out, follow the new Season of the Interacting Minds Podcast "Research in Interaction" from the 24th of June — new episodes every 2nd Friday.

What is the role of interdisciplinary and social science research in navigating a global pandemic? What do we mean by personhood and consciousness at the Borderlands of Living? To find out, follow the new Season of the Interacting Minds Podcast "Research in Interaction" from the 24th of June — new episodes every 2nd Friday. 

You can find further information, Show Notes, and past episodes on the Interacting Minds Podcast page. Or follow "Interacting Minds" on Spotify, Apple Podcast, or wherever you listen to your favourite shows. 

For a little sneak peak, below the Episode description for episode 1 with the wonderful HOPE project:

Research * Political Decision Making: Exploring how democracies cope with uncertainty (Rebekah Baglini & Michael Bang Petersen)

What is the role of interdisciplinary and social science research in navigating a global pandemic? Computational Linguist Rebekah Baglini & Political Psychologist Michael Bang Petersen (Interacting Minds Centre) have stopped by this week to talk about the HOPE project — the largest Danish social science research project on the COVID epidemic. 

We unpack HOPE’s interdisciplinary efforts to engage in data-gathering and rapid on-going analyses since the onset of the COVID pandemic in 2020 and explore how HOPE has navigated finding meaningful ways to interact and share their analyses with national authorities, media outlets, and the general public.