From time to time I will be conducting interviews with a number of innovative social scientists, historians, and philosophers.  The purpose of the interviews is to explore with these thinkers some new ideas about the direction that the social sciences ought to be taking. Interviews are posted on YouTube and on this site directly.

Charles Tilly, Columbia University. December 15, 2007. (YouTube) (streaming video)

Tom Sugrue, University of Pennsylvania. January 9, 2008. (YouTube)

Mayer Zald, University of Michigan. January 15, 2008. (YouTube) (streaming video)

David Featherman, University of Michigan. January 30, 2008. (YouTube) (streaming video)

V K Ramachandran, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. February 4, 2008. (YouTube)

Sidney Tarrow, Cornell University. February 26, 2008. (YouTube)  (streaming video)

Jerry Balmuth, Colgate University. February 29, 2008. (YouTube)

Ahmad Rahman, University of Michigan-Dearborn. April 10, 2008. (YouTube) (streaming video)

Gloria House, University of Michigan-Dearborn. April 28, 2008. (YouTube) (streaming video)

Eliezer Jaffe, The Hebrew University. October 21, 2009. (YouTube)

George Steinmetz, University of Michigan. December 1, 2009. (YouTube) (streaming video)

Doug McAdam, Stanford University. May 13, 2010. (YouTube) (streaming video)

Here is a discussion of the philosophy of history by Dan Little on PhilosophyTalk with Ken Taylor and John Perry.

© Daniel Little 2011