Mar 10, 2008

LD debate podcasts on the current resolution

If you prefer to have your mind expanded while listening, or just need to replace all those Maroon 5 tracks on your iPod with something more constructive, check out the new podcasts offered by Loquitur. They're interviews with academics about LD and public forum resolutions, a nifty idea. Props go to Mahesha Subbaraman and Brandon Sheats.

9 comments:

Danny said...

Yeah, this was a really awesome idea. I've already listened to all three of them and they basically are a bunch of scholars talking about basic attacks for each side of the resolution. It's helpful if you don't know what you want to write your cases based around. They're not the most exciting, but listening to them subliminally is good too :)

Anonymous said...

could you please blog about the ncfl topic about arts and athletics?

Anonymous said...

How are hate crimes worse then parallel crimes? And how would you argue against an Aff case that states that motive in impossible to prove?

Jim Anderson said...

anonymous, I'd suggest starting here.

Anonymous said...

Our debate team is looking for some good briefs to use for next year. In the past, we have used Victory Briefs and Baylor Briefs. We can't decide which one to get! Which one would you suggest, or, if there are any other briefs you use that work really well, let me know. Thanks

Anonymous said...

What about the new ld topic

Anonymous said...

wha about the new ld topic

Anonymous said...

The new topic about Cuba seems more political to me

Joseph Nusz said...

Excellent idea to provide LD podcasts.

Please check out my LD blog at http://www.theldfiles.com

I'm creating a free site to teach the event because I'm a past competitor.