The following is my interview by Ayesha Hussain for her podcast series at SELebral.
Today, more than ever, it is easy to understand how populism has become such a contested word in contemporary politics. Despite its relatively short history (i.e. the term dates back to the late 19th century and […]
CTRN online roundtable, May 7, 2020
Participants: Rudolf J. Siebert, Dustin J. Byrd, Michael Ott, Jeremiah Morelock
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October 19, 2019, with Bruno Costa, Dalal Sarnou, Silvio Carneiro, and Jeremiah Morelock.
Jeremiah Morelock – brief introductionBruno Costa – “Critical theory and critical consciousness: Paulo […]
Critical and decolonial theories have long been mutually suspicious of one another. On the one hand, and rightly so, decolonial theories highlight the Eurocentric dimensions of hegemonic academic philosophy […]
From the “Below the Radar” soundcloud site:
In the current neoliberal world order, is it possible
for authoritarianism to return? When we look to the founding of Germany
in 1949, a decision was made to […]
From Dr. Jean du Toit:
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