Seymour Hersh: "There's much more to the story" (2018)
Seymour Hersh in conversation with Afshin Rattansi in 2018 and followed by an interview with Tariq Ali from 2016.
Haiti's Presidential crisis w/ Chris Bernadel
Chris Bernadel is on the Haiti Committee of the Black Alliance for Peace. See their recent statement on the country's illegitimate government .
(Preview) Rewatchability 457- STARGATE with Sina Rahmani
Grab your space-ankh, this week we walk like an Egyptian-from-another-planet with STARGATE! Sina Rahmeni from The East Is A Podcast joins us once again to pick apart this Roland Emmerich blockbuster We thought it was fascinating and mysterious when we were kids, but how does it hold up now?
Bordering midnight w/ Suchitra Vijayan
Suchitra Vijayan's book, Midnight's Borders: A People's History of Modern India, is available now. Check out the Polis Project and their podcast.
The ecumenical frame w/ Ussama Makdisi
Ussama Makdisi is the Arab-American Educational Foundation Chair of Arab Studies at Rice University.
Check out his book, Age of Coexistence: The Ecumenical Frame and the Making of the Modern Arab World
National sovereignty in the era of multinational capital w/ Mick Wallace and Clare Daly
Mick Wallace and Clare Daly are Members of European Parliament. Check out their podcast, I4C Trouble with Daly and Wallace
News in Perspective: Gamal Abdel Nasser (1969)
President Nasser interviewed in the Presidential Palace in Cairo by New York Times managing editor Clifton Daniel.
The meaning of missiles w/ Arash Joblaghi
Arash Joblaghi returns to the podcast to talk about rocketry, missiles, and hegemony.
Richard Falk: "The Palestinian Future After Gaza" (2014)
Richard Falk's keynote at the Edward W. Said Memorial Lecture in October 2014, hosted by Columbia University.
The persistence of the Armenian question w/ Tamar Boyadjian and Rachel Goshgarian
Tamar Boyadjian teaches at Michigan State University and is Editor of the Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies. Rachel Goshgarian teaches at Lafayette College.
A third Intifada? w/ Saree Makdisi
My teacher and comrade Saree Makdisi (@sareemakdisi) returns to the podcast to talk about the rapid transformation in the Palestine liberation struggle.
The Edward Said Mixtape (Vol. 8): Reflections on Exile and Other Essays (2001)
Edward Said talked about his book Reflections on Exile and Other Essays, published by Harvard University Press.
"This Isn't Something New": Susan Abulhawa on Palestine, Settler-Colonialism, and the Environment
Ted Kelly (@teddyredder) speaks to Susan Abulhawa (@sjabulhawa) Palestinian writer, biologist, and Workers World Party member.
Comrade Abulhawa's latest novel, Against the Loveless World, is out now. We're also joined by Susan's dogs, Luca, Lily, and Mika.
(Preview) Bonus Episode 99 - Statue of Oppression w/ Nick Estes
My comrade and longtime patron of the podcast Nick Estes returns to explore the meaning of immigration against the historical backdrop of settler colonialism in the US.
Michael Parenti: The 1% Pathology and the Myth of Capitalism (2012)
A lecture hosted by Evergreen College in October 2012.
Losing Hindustan (Pt. 2) w/ Manan Ahmed Asif
Justin Podur and I teamed up to interview Columbia University historian Manan Ahmed on his fantastic new book, The Loss of Hindustan.
(Preview) Bonus Episode 93 - The Problem of Othello w/ Ambereen Dadabhoy
Ambereen Dadabhoy is Associate Professor of Literature at Harvey Mudd College in California.