- February 3, 2022 Felt Antagonisms: On Affect and Affirmation
- 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
- 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
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…
Medical Humanities and Pandemic Urbanisms: An Unending Catastrophe: Revanchism and Relational Urbanism in Pandemic-hit Delhi
Join us for a presentation by Dr. Rohit Negi on Delhi's first contact with Covid in 2020, the lockdown, the framing of a 'Delhi model' of Covid management, and then its collapse when confronted with the second wave.