Fordham Conversations
Tapping into the Fordham University community to discuss and uncover issues that impact our world locally and beyond.

This week on Fordham Conversations we're talking about combating cybercrime. Fordham professor Frank Hsu talks about how cybersecurity works and Fordham's new Cybersecurity masters program.We'll also hear from an expert from the Citizens Crime Commission of NYC about how cybercrime affects New Yorkers.  Chris Williams Hosts

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Sometimes it can be hard to be thankful when the stress of creating the perfect holiday gets in the way. This week Fordham Conversations is about Thanksgiving stress, from making sure the turkey is perfect to learning how one of the holiday's biggest traditions runs so smoothly. Mary Clingman from the Butterball Hotline shares her experience as a turkey expert and some of the stories she's heard from stressed out callers as they prepare Thanksgiving dinner. Then, Fordham University history professor Dr. Steven Stoll talks about the first Thanksgiving and why people had reason to be stressed. Finally, Bill Schermerhorn (creative director of the Macy's Parade) explains how to pull off a parade that gets bigger and bigger each year. 

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On today's episode, Fordham Conversations host Kyle McKee talkes television with acclaimed critic Matt Zoller Seitz, the co-author of TV: (The Book) 2 Experts Pick the Greatest American Shows of All Time.

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With the rise of social media, we have fewer and fewer hard copies of letters, photos, and other documents. So what happens in the future? Will all of this be preserved? Will there be too much of it to sort through? This week on Fordham Conversations, Chris Williams talks to Elizabeth Keohane-Burbridge, graduate researcher at Fordham University and producer of the Footnoting History podcast, about how historians preserve memories and how this is changing. 
 
 
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