Social Sciences Podcasts: Best Episodes & Shows of 2020

Travis OsterhausLast updated on Aug 01, 2020
Selecting a new podcast isn't always easy as it depends on the style of the podcast, host, guests, length of the episode, whether it's an interview or a story, an episode or an entire series, topic at hand, and many other factors. You could waste lots of time randomly listening to podcasts or, with the help of the Repod community, explore the best Social Sciences podcasts as voted upon by the Repod community. Read on to discover podcast recommendations that we've organized by 1) the top episodes and 2) our pick for the top shows.

The Best Social Sciences Episodes for August 2020

Each month the Repod listeners vote on the best Social Sciences episodes on the month. To contribute to the charts download Repod and like 🧡 your favorite episodes.
The list of the top 10 Social Sciences episodes for August 2020 is compliled from Repod’s podcast app chart data. The list below is updated monthly, daily Social Sciences charts can be found inside the app.
  • 1
    Squeezing the Orange

    Squeezing the Orange

    How Self-Reflection Energises Leaders featuring Terence Mauri
  • 2
    New Books in Critical Theory

    New Books in Critical Theory

    Crystal Mun-hye Baik, "Reencounters: On the Korean War and Diasporic Memory Critique" (Temple UP, 2020)
  • 3
    New Books in Critical Theory

    New Books in Critical Theory

    Marcia Chatelain, "Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America" (Liveright, 2020)
  • 4
    New Books in Critical Theory

    New Books in Critical Theory

    Thomas A. Discenna, "Discourses of Denial: The Rhetoric of American Academic Labor" (Routledge, 2017)
  • 5
    New Books in Critical Theory

    New Books in Critical Theory

    George Lawson, "Anatomies of Revolution" (Cambridge UP, 2019)
  • 6
    New Books in Critical Theory

    New Books in Critical Theory

    Micol Seigel, "Violence Work: State Violence and the Limits of Police" (Duke UP, 2018)
  • 7
    Paranormal Almanac

    Paranormal Almanac

    Episode 124 - even more Lake Monsters/sea serpents
  • 8
    Paranormal Almanac

    Paranormal Almanac

    Bonus Quarantine Live Episode 18 - still more callers!!!!
  • 9
    The Science of Happiness

    The Science of Happiness

    What's Your 'Why' in Life?
  • 10
    New Books in Critical Theory

    New Books in Critical Theory

    Y. F. Niemann and G. Gutiérrez y Muhs, "Presumed Incompetent II: Race, Class, Power, and Resistance of Women in Academia" (Utah State UP, 2019)

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