- January 20, 2022 “Natural Pollutants” and Environmental Agnotology
- December 9, 2021 Amazing Grief: African American Mourning and Contemporary Black Activism
- December 2, 2021 A Recipe for Belonging in Technical Learning Environments
- November 18, 2021 Detention, Poison, and Care at City’s Edge
- January 19, 2022 Revolution 6/13: Kendall Thomas on Stuart Hall, Manning Marable, & Critical Race Theory
- December 15, 2021 5/13 Rosa Luxemburg, in Conversation with Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and Eduard Bernstein
- November 10, 2021 4/13 The Combahee River Collective
- October 27, 2021 3/13 Gramsci, Sartre, and the "Engaged" Philosopher
A conversation between Hillary Chute and Elizabeth A. Povinelli about Povinelli's new graphic memoir, "The Inheritance".
Kendall Thomas and Bernard E. Harcourt read and discuss Familiar Stranger and “Culture, Resistance, and Struggle” by Stuart Hall, and “The Third Reconstruction: Black Nationalism and Race in a Revolutionary America” by Manning Marable.
For much of the twentieth century, “pollution” referred to the release of substances that caused direct harm to the environment. It described a form of environmental contamination. But in the 1970s, scientists became attuned to a kind of pollution whose effects only materialized indirectly, by…