Nov 27, 2019
In episode 61, Rhod reports back on a recent trip to the
48th annual ARNOVA conference in San Diego - one of the main
global events for philanthropy and non-profit researchers.
- What were the key themes being discussed at the
- What came up in the main plenary debate on “promises and perils
of philanthropy in a polarized world?”
- Highlights from other paper sessions and debates, including:
- Findings on public trust
- Young people’s attitudes to charity representations on social
- A fascinating historical example of radical movement
- How representative bodies can shape our understanding of what
the charity sector is.
- How much do US non-profit issues and critiques apply
- What can we do to connect the academic study of philanthropy
better with practice and policy?
- How can academics get better at disseminating their work to
practitioners, and how can practitioners get better at paying
attention to academia?
- Is there an important role for non-profit “think tanks” in
bridging the gap?
- What does the academic study of philanthropy encompass?
- Does philanthropy suffer from cutting across traditional
White Philanthropy Funded Black Power”, SSIR article on Claire
Dunning’s research in Boston
Previous Podcast episodes: