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Best Criticism Theory podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Criticism Theory podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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A weekly podcast with film critic Mark Kermode with a series of different elements including: a podcast version of MK3D - the live show he does every month at BFI Southbank which includes movie guests and questions from the audience, Head to Head with Jack Howard in which they argue about the merits or otherwise of classic and contemporary films, 2001 Films You Must See Before You Die, Hell's Video Store plus Movie Time Travel - where Mark visits a famous film location.
 
Cinephile: Passionate interest in film, film theory, and film criticism. It's a term that fits Adnan Virk perfectly. Join each week as he reviews the newest films, latest television, and chats with heavy hitters in the entertainment industry about their recent projects and successful careers. From engaging conversations to entertaining topics, Cinephile also offers historical perspective, recapping some of the most influential tv shows and films of our lifetime.
 
Scratching the Surface is a podcast about design, theory, and creative practice. Hosted by Jarrett Fuller, each episode features wide-ranging conversations with designers, architects, writers, academics, artists, and theorists about how design shapes culture. Previous guests include architecture critic Paul Goldberger, MoMA design curator Paola Antonelli, architect and OMA partner Reinier de Graaf, Pentagram partner Michael Bierut, RISD President Rosanne Somerson, writer Kurt Andersen, and d ...
 
Zero Squared is a philosophy podcast from Zero Books. Zero publishes radical philosophy, aesthetics, film theory, experimental fiction, and anything else that smells faintly of the avant-garde. Our books aim not only to demonstrate how philosophical ideas are relevant to every day life, but also to change the terms of it. Douglas Lain is the host of this podcast and the publisher of Zero Books. He hosted the Diet Soap podcast out of this feed for five years. Zero Squared will continue the tr ...
 
Hosted by Lisa Bilyeu, co-founder of the billion dollar company Quest Nutrition and President of Impact Theory, this show features women who have overcome incredible hardship to achieve massive success. Our mission is to empower you and all women to recognize that you really can become the hero of your own life. Welcome to Women of Impact.
 
A fellowship of fandom podcasting about our favourite TV shows like Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Stranger Things and Westworld as well as a whole host of films. So put your feet up, relax, pour yourself a drink (we know we will) and listen to us discuss, celebrate and be critical of all things TV and Film. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/fan-critical-a-tv-and-film-podcast/donations
 
Welcome to the Queer Horror Cult, a podcast for deconstructing, analyzing, and just talking love of horror, genre, and cult cinema from a queer perspective. Join us as we discuss individual films, franchises, film movements, sub-genres, themes and aesthetics, and engage in interviews and round-table discussions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Brooks Adams (1848- 1927), was an American historian and a critic of capitalism. He believed that commercial civilizations rise and fall in predictable cycles. First, masses of people draw together in large population centers and engage in commercial activities. As their desire for wealth grows, they discard spiritual and creative values. Their greed leads to distrust and dishonesty, and eventually the society crumbles. In The Law of Civilisation and Decay (1895), Adams noted that as new pop ...
 
The Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding is a shortened and simplified version of Hume’s masterpiece A Treatise of Human Nature. It sought to reach a wider audience, and to dispel some of the virulent criticism addressed toward the former book. In it, Hume explains his theory of epistemology, and argues against other current theories, including those of John Locke, George Berkeley, and Nicolas Malebranche.
 
Theory Pleeb studies and teaches philosophy, critical media theory, and critique of political economy. They stream and feature videos at www.theorypleeb.com, but may also be seen on YouTube or Twitch. Support at www.theorypleeb.com/donate Check out the theorypleeb blog at https://www.medium.com/@theorypleeb Follow on: https://www.goodreads.com/theorypleeb https://www.facebook.com/theorypleeb https://www.twitter.com/theorypleeb https://www.instagram.com/theorypleeb
 
Tune in to the Always Already Podcast for indulgent conversations about critical theory (in the broadest read of the term!). Our podcast consists of two episode streams. The first is a discussion of texts spanning critical theory, political theory, social theory, and philosophy. We work through and analyze main ideas, underlying assumptions, connections with other texts and theories, and occasionally delve into the great abyss of free association, ad hoc theory jokes, and makeshift puns. The ...
 
Need some more estrogen in your podcasting bloodstream? The Feminine Critique just might be the completely free hormone supplement for your ears. Join Paracinema Magazine's Christine Makepeace and The Deadly Doll's House's Emily Intravia on this bi-weekly podcast as they team up to discuss and conquer a pair of semi/maybe/kinda related films. Whether you’re looking for in-depth analysis of Brian De Palma’s oeuvre or impassioned observations on Lifetime originals, The Feminine Critique could ...
 
Money on the Left is a monthly, interdisciplinary podcast that reclaims money’s public powers for intersectional politics. Hosting critical conversations with leading historians, theorists, organizers, and activists, the show draws upon Modern Monetary Theory and constitutional approaches to money to advance new forms of left critique and practice. Money on the Left is the official podcast of the Modern Money Network’s Humanities Division. It is hosted by William Saas, Maxximilian Seijo and ...
 
On TAP is a three-headed, freewheeling conversation about topics of current interest to graduate students, professors, independent scholars, and all those interested in academic Theatre and Performance Studies. Each edition features established scholars in Theatre and Performance Studies chatting about several topics of field-wide interest, including trends in ideas and scholarly methods, pedagogy, career development, notable developments in research, publishing and hiring, and news-worthy e ...
 
CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.
 
A funny and irreverent look at movies, tv shows, and pop culture from a bunch of salty nerds. Every week the Salty Crew looks at different movies and TV shows, breaks down what makes them work (and what doesn't), and offers their smarty-pants opinions and commentary. Meant to be informative and entertaining, if you're looking for a fun, yet educational, podcast about movies, tv shows, and other stuff Hollywood pumps out, then be sure to check out The Salty Nerd Podcast!
 
Fan Critical Podcast Network brings you The Watchmen Watchers, a podcast dedicated to HBO's Watchmen. We are the 3 minutemen, Len, John and Gaz, we will gather every week to chat through every episode as well as having our own dedicated section called Comic Corner that will refer to the references and easter eggs from The Watchmen graphic novel and film. So grab a drink and join us as we talk all things Watchmen. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/watchmen-watchers-a-podcast-ded ...
 
The Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding is a shortened and simplified version of Hume's masterpiece A Treatise of Human Nature. It sought to reach a wider audience, and to dispel some of the virulent criticism addressed toward the former book. In it, Hume explains his theory of epistemology, and argues against other current theories, including those of John Locke, George Berkeley, and Nicolas Malebranche. (Summary by Kirsten Ferreri)
 
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In this episode, Sid and John have the pleasure of talking with Dr. Michael Sawyer about his new book, Black Minded: The Political Philosophy of Malcolm X. Offering a systematic account of Malcolm X’s philosophy, Sawyer surfaces the distinctive radical humanism suffusing Malcolm X’s thought. Against the backdrop of ongoing anti-Black state and vigi…
 
According to Viet Thanh Nguyen, all wars are fought twice: first on the field of battle, and then in the struggles over memory. In Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War (Harvard University Press, 2016) he explores the various ways in which the American War in Vietnam has been remembered and forgotten. But this wide-ranging, erudite, and …
 
U.S. nears 100,000 coronavirus deaths, a tragic milestone experts say could have been avoided; CDC data shows 65+ are 80% of deaths but only 22% of cases; New York Stock Exchange partially reopens; Merck announces it is working on two potential vaccines; CDC: Antibody tests might be wrong half the time; 17 states trending up in cases; 13 are flat; …
 
Curfews in place as nation prepares for tonight; George Floyd’s brother urges peaceful protests, end to violence; Minnesota AG: history shows Floyd case may not be a “slam dunk”; MN police chief: all officers involved in Floyd’s death “complicit”; Thousands across the globe join protests against Floyd’s death; Sixth night of protests turn violent i…
 
In this episode Derick Varn and Douglas Lain discuss the idea of the Dictatorship of the Proletariat in the works of Marx, Lenin and beyond. Why did Marx call it a dictatorship? Why should the proletariat? Why would this dictatorship "wither away"? How did really existing socialist movements understand the idea of the dictatorship of the proletaria…
 
Hacking, and more claims of hacking, surround the unrest in Minnesota. Data breach at Amtrak Guest Rewards. More companies found port scanning. Four cybersecurity lessons from the pandemic. David Dufour from Webroot with an overview of online scams his team is tracking during COVID-19, Our own Rick Howard compares resiliency with business continuit…
 
Todays podcast is all about Saltys Favorite franchise Jurassic Park. The Salty Crew talks about their experience with this franchise and Salty defends some of the more questionable moments in his favorite movies. If you would like to support this podcast go to SaltyNerdClub.com and join the Salty Club for exclusive content and contact with the crew…
 
Protesters demonstrated in dozens of cities across the country over the weekend, sparked by the alleged murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer last week. But depending on what people saw on social media about the protests, they may have completely different ideas about what happened. Host Molly Wood speaks with Zeynep Tufekci, autho…
 
In this episode of CyberWire-X, Rick Howard, the CyberWire’s Chief Analyst, interviews security thought leaders on the strategy and tactics to extend the security controls we’ve typically used to protect our handful of remote employees in the past to today, during the pandemic, that requires us to deploy flexible but equivalent controls at scale to…
 
Prosecutor “anticipates” charges against officers involved; Fires, protests in Minneapolis as outrage spreads across U.S.; Floyd preliminary autopsy: “No physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation; 8pm curfew announced for Minneapolis; Trump calls protesters “thugs”; uses historically racist phrase “when the l…
 
NSA warns that the GRU’s Sandworm outfit has been actively exploiting a known vulnerability in Exim. Someone is attacking industrial targets in Japan and Europe using steganography and other evasive tactics. NTT Communications is breached, and Michigan State University sustains a ransomware attack. Ben Yelin unpacks the President’s executive order …
 
The debate over how social media platforms deal with content hit a new peak this week after Twitter fact-checked several of President Donald Trump’s tweets. That prompted Trump to sign an executive order trying to limit platforms’ legal protections. Currently, under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, internet platforms aren’t legally re…
 
In his new book, Planet Auschwitz: Holocaust Representation in Science Fiction and Horror Film and Television (Rutgers University Press, 2020), Brian Crim explores the diverse ways in which the Holocaust influences and shapes science fiction and horror film and television by focusing on notable contributions from the last fifty years. The supernatu…
 
What are the political repercussions of the military’s damning reports on long-term care homes? We ask our national affairs panel: CBC senior reporter on Parliament Hill Salimah Shivji, Queen's Park bureau chief for the Toronto Star Robert Benzie, and the Montreal Gazette’s Aaron Derfel.Then, the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man in polic…
 
City officials call for calm after protests turn destructive; City official: Racism is a "disease" that's "infected America": Floyd's brother tears up, says officers must be charged; Mayor requests National Guard over violent protests; Looting, fires, protests in Minneapolis after Floyd's death; Minneapolis Police policy allows "neck restraints" bu…
 
Hackers-for-hire find criminal work during the pandemic. The US Department of Energy is said to have taken possession of a Chinese-manufactured transformer. US President Trump may be considering an Executive Order about the legal status of social media. Contact-tracing apps in France and the UK are scrutinized for privacy. Ben Yelin from with the l…
 
Today on Propaganda by the Seed we chat with Chris Homanics. Chris is an freelance plant breeder /organizer based out of the Pacific Northwest. This conversation is mostly about Chris’ Homesteader's Kaleidoscopic Perennial Kale Grex; how he created it, some methods for adapting it and many of the other possibilities for breeding Brassica oleracea. …
 
Karl Friston is one of the greatest neuroscientists in history, cited over 245,000 times, known for many influential ideas in brain imaging, neuroscience, and theoretical neurobiology, including the fascinating idea of the free-energy principle for action and perception. Support this podcast by signing up with these sponsors: – Cash App – use code …
 
COVID-19 has opened up a conversation about remote therapy, but online mental health care goes way beyond talking to a therapist over video chat. App analytics companies say downloads of mental health and wellness apps are up almost 30% since the pandemic began. These include therapy services, but also meditation apps like Calm and Headspace. Do th…
 
What is spam? In Media Distortions: Understanding the Power Behind Spam, Noise, and Other Deviant Media, Dr Elinor Carmi, a postdoctoral research associate in digital culture and society at the University of Liverpool, takes this simple category that seems ever present in our online lives to explain corporate power, regulation, and the social world…
 
What does the Meng Wanzhou decision mean for relations with China, and the two Canadians, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, currently being held there? We talk to Rob Malley, who worked with Michael Kovrig, and ex-CSIS director Richard Fadden.Then, is U.S. President Donald Trump’s re-election bid in trouble? David Frum thinks it might be. He expla…
 
Ashley Frawley hosts the podcast and discusses Marxism and Fascism with Taimur Rahman. Taimur Rahman is a Pakistani academic, musician and socialist political activist from Pakistan. He teaches political science at the Lahore University of Management Sciences. He is the band leader and spokesperson for the political music band named Laal. Rahman us…
 
Any minute: final weather call for NASA/SpaceX launch; U.S. nears 100,000 coronavirus deaths; Fauci: a second wave is not inevitable; Dr. Fauci: wearing a mask shows "respect for another person"; Washington D.C. to start reopening on Friday with restrictions; CA Gov. Newsom: we're still not through the "first wave"; Trump in Florida as historic Spa…
 
Berserk Bear is back, and snuffling around Germany’s infrastructure. Two new Android issues surface. India opens up the source code for its COVID-19 contact-tracing app as such technological adjuncts to public health continue to arouse privacy concerns. [F]Unicorn poses as Italy’s Immuni app. An alleged FIN7 gangster is arrested. Australia’s Data61…
 
Self-esteem has been a buzzword for what seems like forever, but as a goal or concept it has some big drawbacks. Self-esteem tends to be comparative and fragile, and provides a shaky foundation for healthy growth. So what should we replace self-esteem with? Dr. Kristin Neff, who has researched the subject for years, advocates for a better framework…
 
Tech has helped in the fight against the coronavirus, but there’s a bottleneck when it comes to contact tracing: public health departments. These government agencies are chronically underfunded, and some don’t have the right tech to get medical data quickly. Host Molly Wood speaks with Dan Gorenstein, co-host of the health-care podcast “Tradeoffs,”…
 
On this episode of the New Books Network, Lee Pierce (they/she) interviews Thomas A. Discenna of Oakland University about the myriad ways that the labor of those employed by universities is situated as somehow distinct from ordinary labor. Focusing on a variety of sites where academic labor is discursively constructed in popular consciousness inclu…
 
Adnan sat down and watched all thirty hours of Netflix's "Ozark!" He'll tell you what he thought about the Jason Bateman led drama and if it's as good as audiences claim. Adnan also reviews "Dress to Kill," "Ironweed," and the highly original 2002 Spike Jonze/Charlie Kaufman film "Adaptation." After, the guys decide which four movies are Jack Nicho…
 
Richard Lachmann’s First Class Passengers on a Sinking Ship: Elite Politics and the Decline of Great Powers (Verso, 2020) is a two-for-one deal. The first half of the book is a historical analysis of why some empires transform their geopolitical power into global hegemony while others fail to do so, and why hegemons eventually lose their global pre…
 
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