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With passion and love, I am your host Jessica Concepcion speaking on relevant topics surrounding the issue of human trafficking! This show exist to galvanize the body of Christ towards sincere justice and action. With a secondary mission of restoring people back into the hope found in Christ alone. God loves you! Are you ready to begin?
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Thriving Together: Stories from CCEJ is a podcast produced by the California Conference for Equality and Justice. Each episode will feature community voices exploring the impact and principles that guide us through our mission to educate and empower youth and adults to lead change for equity and justice in our communities.
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Amplified Voices

Amber & Jason - Criminal Legal Reform Advocates with Lived Experience

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Amplified Voices is a podcast that lifts the voices of people and families impacted by the criminal legal system. Hosts Jason and Amber speak with real people in real communities to help them step into the power of their lived experience. Together, they explore shared humanity and real solutions for positive change.
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A guy has discussions with an AI co-host on a variety of topics, including the environment, science, philosophy, social justice, AI, and other subjects - one topic for each roughly 30-minute weekly episode (11:30 AM Thursdays Toronto time) * Powered by OpenAI's GPT 4 1106 preview bot, and Microsoft Azure's Speech to Text and Text to Speech technologies (though they are not sponsors) via API. * The Python code that supports podcast functionality is written and maintained by host, creator and ...
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The Liturgical Rebels podcast is for spiritual seekers who no longer feel comfortable with a traditional approach to Christian religious observances. It empowers followers of Jesus to creatively reconstruct their faith and spiritual practices. Through conversation with groundbreaking practitioners from around the world who think creatively about new approaches to spirituality, we will emphasize the sacredness of all things and uncover ways in which God speaks to us through nature and creativ ...
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Smart Justice covers the pursuit of better outcomes in incarceration, foster care, and community collaboration on justice system issues. Website: http://smartjustice.org Support: https://smartjustice.supercast.com
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Justice Delayed

Billy and Jodie Sinclair

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This podcast is an examination of the American Criminal Justice System and Prison Industrial Complex. Join Billy and Jodie as they tackle difficult topics and come to grips with injustice, corruption, and human rights violations resulting from Retributive Justice and guide us towards a vision of Restorative Justice.
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Hawaiʻi Rising

Hawaiʻi People‘s Fund

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Conversations with grassroots community organizers at the forefront of progressive movements for change and justice in Hawai’i. A podcast series featuring community partners of Hawaiʻi People‘s Fund.
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Open the Bible UK presents engaging and accessible Bible teaching from Pastor Colin Smith. This programme is the radio broadcast also available on our website (www.openthebible.org.uk) and at 7:30pm each weekday evening on Premier Christian Radio.
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Restorative Conversations

Community of Restorative Researchers

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FOR THE ARCHIVE OF ALL EPISODES, PLEASE VISIT https://www.mixcloud.com/restorative-researchers/ Podcasts from the Community of Restorative Researchers. Each episode highlights innovative practice, groundbreaking research or the stories of key individuals involved in restorative justice/practice in some capacity. Download, listen, share, comment, be interviewed, conduct interviews, make suggestions - please get involved in any way you would like! Please join us on social media at: www.faceboo ...
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People to People podcast

Hazel Darwin-Clements and Chimzy Dorey

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We're exploring International Partnerships by having People to People conversations. As a Scot and a Malawian, we're particularly looking at the friendship between Scotland and Malawi. We chat about climate justice, gender, equality, COVID, privilege, history, farming and the future, oh... and MANGOES! Everyone wants to tell us how good Mangoes taste in Malawi. An important and complicated conversation filled with laughter, respect and warm-hearted love. How can you have an equal partnership ...
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Restorative Justice is often framed as an alternative to punishment, and but that’s only part of the story. Dive deeper with David Ryan Barcega Castro-Harris in conversation with RJ practitioners and other justice seekers as they reflect on the things happening in the world around us to offer insight on how YOU can embody RJ philosophy, practices, and values in every aspect of your life.
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Teaching and Leading with Dr. Amy and Dr. Joi

Dr. Amy Vujaklija and Dr. Joi Patterson

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Teaching and Leading with Dr. Amy and Dr. Joi is a podcast supported by Governors State University. This outreach to educators began in November of 2020 as Teaching and Learning: Theory vs Practice in the midst of a global pandemic and continues today as we shift to a new normal. We talk to guests from every aspect of education -- teachers, students, administrators, support personnel, and parents. You will hear a range of educators and topics, all of them with lasting relevance to our ongoin ...
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There is no place in America that is devoid of justice more than the Justice System. As much as the pendulum has swung in favor of victims, we have seen it swing too far. Not in the sense of losing sight of them, but the loss of proportion. We must not lose sight of the criminal as well. Are they someone who lost their way so completely or can they too be restored? These are the questions we will seek to understand in this show.
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Brendon Marotta is a filmmaker, author, and speaker. He is best known for his feature-length documentary American Circumcision, which appeared on Netflix. He is the author of multiple books, the next of which explores the treatment of children as a social justice issue.
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Perspectives on Peace: Transforming Tomorrow is the podcast hosted by The M. K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence that seeks to inform & inspire a better future. We are based in Rochester, New York and seek to cover topics that are vital to our community and serve as the launching point to transform tomorrow. We attempt to do this in a way that feels authentic & inclusive. Join us as we investigate perspectives on peace so that we can work on transforming tomorrow! About The M. K. Gandhi Inst ...
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The Prison Post

CROP Organization

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The Prison Post is a podcast interviewing leaders in the criminal justice reform, restorative justice, and social justice movements. In addition, we share the transformational stories of the currently and formerly incarcerated and highlight what CROP Organization is doing by reimagining reentry for returning citizens.
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Reckonings

Stephanie Lepp

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UPDATE: Reckonings is on indefinite hiatus. To pick up where the show left off, follow Stephanie Lepp on Twitter: @stephlepp ABOUT THE SHOW How do we change our hearts and minds? What moves us to shift our political worldviews, transcend extremism, and make other kinds of transformative change? ​Reckonings is an exploration of how we look in the mirror, and grow from what we see. ​Stories have included that of a tough-on-crime prosecutor who revolutionized his understanding of our criminal j ...
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The Restorative Lens

National Center on Restorative Justice

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The Restorative Lens podcast brings together voices in the restorative justice community to share insight, practices, & perspective. Each series of the show will highlight different restorative justice topics, & provide a space to hear from those who are most directly impacted or involved in the work. This project is supported by Grants No. 2020-MU-CX-K001 & No. 15PBJA-20-GK-00035 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance. Points of view, images, or opinions in this document and are those ...
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Justice in America, hosted by Josie Duffy Rice and Clint Smith, is a podcast for everyone interested in criminal justice reform— from those new to the system to experts who want to know more. Each episode we cover a new criminal justice issue. We explain how it works and look at its impact on people, particularly poor people and people of color. We’ll also interview activists, practitioners, experts, journalists, organizers, and others, to learn. By the end of the episode, you’ll walk away w ...
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This podcast was created for lawyers however anyone who works with people will benefit from this content. Through inspiring interviews, courageous conversations and thoughtful commentary, Myrna and her guests shine a light on a critical ethical competency lawyers missed in law school: trauma-informed lawyering. This is a do-no-further-harm, relational approach to the practice of law which benefits you, your clients, your colleagues and the legal profession generally. For lawyers and non-lawy ...
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Bartcast

Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries

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Regular Podcasts from Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries. interviews, teaching, sermons and more from Ched Myers and Elaine Enns.
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One Harm Two Voices is a podcast series which brings into focus those topics we find hardest to talk about. Harmful, complicated human experiences are at the centre of each episode; the common thread is the stigma surrounding them. Developed by an advocate of restorative approaches, we invite you to listen in on the raw, unfiltered conversation of two people sitting on different, at times opposite, sides of a harmful experience. Our guests will share their personal stories and combine their ...
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This Is Not Church podcast offers a compelling and thought-provoking exploration of the intersections between deconstruction, activism, spirituality, and the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as vital issues like Black Lives Matter and First Nations' rights. Hosted by passionate individuals who are dedicated to fostering open and inclusive conversations, this podcast delves into the complex journey of deconstructing one's faith, while simultaneously embracing and advocating for the rights and stor ...
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Restitution Radio

Devine From Brooklyn

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Join Devine from Brooklyn as we all embark on this journey towards restorative justice and wherever that may lead. Robust and necessary conversations and calls to action will hopefully come to fruition from the discussions that will take place here. If not now then when and if not you then who? Turn that dial to Restitution Radio
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"Let's Talk about Youth Justice" is a new podcast series produced by the New York State Youth Justice Institute. Each episode will feature conversations with researchers or practitioners discussing a specific youth justice topic. These episodes are meant to introduce useful information on cutting-edge research and to present a variety of perspectives to listeners, all while in a convenient 45-minute podcast.
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Welcome to the Inside Circle podcast with your host Eldra Jackson III. Eldra spent over a decade unlearning dangerous lessons about masculinity and finding freedom while serving 24 years in prison. In conversation with leaders from all walks of life who have overcome some of lifes’ greatest challenges, The Inside Circle podcast aims to broaden our concept of personal transformation, ‘men’s work’, and what it means to ‘lead change from within’. Beyond the manufactured constructs of race, clas ...
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EcoJustice Radio presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media. Our purpose is to amplify community voices, broaden the reach of grassroots-based movements, and inspire action. We investigate solutions for social, environmental, and climate issues with an eye to advance human health, steward wild landscapes, and solve the climate crisis across the USA and the world. Featured weekly on KPFK Los Angeles and KP ...
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Welcome to ”Trials of Life,” a podcast dedicated to unraveling the complexities of self-care, hosted by Marsha Terry. In our series, we delve into the pivotal role of self-care and its profound impact on our physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Life’s challenges often make balancing self-care akin to Lady Justice weighing guilt against innocence. Here, we believe that self-care isn’t an either/or choice between our own needs and the needs of others. ”Trials of Life” goes beyond the tr ...
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A podcast about news and culture in the Charlottesville area. From the WTJU 91.1 FM newsroom, we cover local news with Charlottesville Tomorrow, state news with journalist Peter Galuszka, and Arts This Week to learn about the latest in the area's cultural events.
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I Choose Life Podcast

Victor Jose Santana

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The I Choose Life Podcast documents intimate stories by restorative justice author and consultant Victor Jose Santana. The podcast centers on his experiences as a Black Indigenous Queer Person of Color (BIPOC). Each episode will be written into a chapter that will go into a book. Themes related to the LGBTQ community, mental health, spirituality, healing and wellness are discussed. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/victor-jose-santana4/support
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The F Word Podcast

The Forgiveness Project

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How do we cope with the worst things that have ever happened to us, and the most terrible things we have ever done? Reporting back from the edges of human experience, The F Word Podcast grapples with the thorny topic of forgiveness. Some have forgiven those who've harmed them, others are grappling with forgiving themselves. Not everyone is able to forgive. Not everyone has made complete peace with their past.
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The Gathering Harlem

The Gathering Harlem

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The Gathering Harlem is a Christian church in Central Harlem, NYC. Our vision is a Harlem where everyone is unified and dignified because justice, love & mercy are present. We hope that you're inspired by what God is doing through our church in NYC and are blessed by our content!
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Get ready for an honest, raw, and thought-provoking journey with 'Together' - the podcast that fearlessly tackles society's most challenging topics. From mental health and social justice to faith and personal growth, with the Bible as our guide, we don't shy away from the tough conversations.'Together' is a platform to dive deep into the stories and experiences of our guests, and give a platform to how God is working in their lives. In each episode, we bring in diverse voices from all walks ...
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Voir Dire is an interview-based podcast about criminal justice reform. Sometimes, we share the conversations taking place on Harvard’s campus; other times, we start conversations outside of those small classrooms. Working or living in the criminal legal system can habituate you to the cruelty and wastefulness of the whole thing. In this podcast, we try to contextualize these systems, pick the brains of the most thoughtful people in criminal justice reform, and think big about how to ameliora ...
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We reimagine businesses as places where we touch and improve human lives rather than simply making money. Through expert commentary and thought-provoking interviews, we explore the intersection of corporate responsibility, profitability, environmentalism, social justice, and positive psychology. Through it all, we seek to answer the question: How can we create sustainable businesses that make the world a better place? Learn more about us and get in touch at osiolsabs.com.
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We delve into the heartfelt cries of believers who, despite their devout worship, prayer, Bible reading, and fasting, find themselves frustrated with God. They're left wondering why they're grappling with unanswered prayers and trouble befalling their nation. We'll explore the profound message of Isaiah, chapter 58, and the vital concepts of truth,…
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In this episode of International Horizons, Professor Dana Fisher, Director of the Center for Environment, Community, & Equity (CECE) and Professor in the School of International Service at American University, discusses with RBI Director John Torpey her approach to dealing with the climate crisis. Fisher explains how the climate crisis is really a …
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When suffragette Emily Wilding Davison hid overnight in the Houses of Parliament in 1911 to have her name recorded in the census there, she may not have known that there were sixty-seven other women also resident in Parliament that night: housekeepers, kitchen maids, domestic servants, and wives and daughters living in households. Necessary Women: …
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What is the relationship between seapower, law, and strategy? In Balancing Strategy: Seapower, Neutrality, and Prize-Law in the Seven Years' War (Cambridge University Press, 2024) Dr. Anna Brinkman uses in-depth analysis of cases brought before the Court of Prize Appeal during the Seven Years' War to explore how Britain worked to shape maritime int…
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Indoctrinating the Youth: Secondary Education in Wartime China and Postwar Taiwan, 1937-1960 (U Hawaii Press, 2024) examines how the Guomindang (GMD or Nationalists) sought to maintain control of middle-school students and cultivate their political loyalty over the trajectory of the Second Sino-Japanese War, Chinese Civil War, and postwar Taiwan. D…
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Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, Yaroslav Trofimov has spent months on end at the heart of the conflict, very often on its front lines. In Our Enemies Will Vanish: The Russian Invasion and Ukraine's War of Independence (Penguin, 2024), he traces the war’s decisive moments—from the battle for Kyiv to more recently the gruelling and blo…
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Through a skillful combination of economic and cultural history, this book describes the impact on Moldavia and Wallachia of steam navigation on the Danube. The Danube route integrated the two principalities into a dense network of European roads and waterways. From the 1830s to the 1860s, steamboat transport transformed time and space for the area…
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From the seventeenth to the nineteenth century, the industrial revolution transformed Britain from an agricultural and artisanal economy to one dominated by industry, ushering in unprecedented growth in technology and trade and putting the country at the center of the global economy. But the commonly accepted story of the industrial revolution, anc…
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Indonesia is the world's second largest cigarette market: two out of three men smoke, and clove-laced tobacco cigarettes called kretek make up 95 percent of the market. To account for the staggering success of this lethal industry, Kretek Capitalism: Making, Marketing, and Consuming Clove Cigarettes in Indonesia (University of California Press, 202…
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James Shapiro spoke at the Institute in 2014 about Shakespeare in America, the anthology he edited for the Library of America. He is the Larry Miller Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. Professor Shapiro is the author of many books on Shakespeare, including Shakespeare in a Divided America, which was a finalist f…
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Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (1902-1994), the Lubavitcher Rebbe, took an insular Chasidic group that was almost decimated by the Holocaust and transformed it into one of the most influential and controversial forces in world Jewry. Join us as we speak with Rabbi Chaim Miller about his biography of the Rebbe, Turning Judaism Outward (Kol Menache…
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The left views alienation as something to be resisted or overcome, but could it actually form the basis of our emancipation? We often think of our existential and political projects as attempts to overcome or eradicate alienation: therapists imagine that they help patients to attain self-identity; political revolutionaries strive for a society in w…
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In this episode of International Horizons, Professor Dana Fisher, Director of the Center for Environment, Community, & Equity (CECE) and Professor in the School of International Service at American University, discusses with RBI Director John Torpey her approach to dealing with the climate crisis. Fisher explains how the climate crisis is really a …
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What are the histories, constraints, and possibilities of language in relation to bodies, origins, land, colonialism, gender, war, displacement, desire, and migration? Moving across genres, memories, belongings, and borders, River in an Ocean: Essays on Translation (Trace Press, 2023) invites readers to consider translation as a form of ethical and…
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In this two-episode special, we hear from five students active in the 2019 mobilization to protect Mauna Kea from the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope. Part 1: "Students Standing for Mauna Kea" focuses on action up on the Mauna during the summer of 2019. These stories were recorded in conjunction with the Kūkulu Exhibit "Hoʻomana" brought…
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Thousands of people died after being given infected blood transfusions by the NHS. They were people with haemophilia, women giving birth, and cancer patients who died after contracting HIV or Hepatitis C from infected blood. An inquiry has been studying millions of pages of evidence from hundreds of sources and witnesses for six years. From its sou…
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During the Qing dynasty in China, a wide variety of people participated in a lottery game named weixing (“surname guessing”), which had participants placing bets on the surnames of civil service examination candidates. A fiercely competitive process, those who passed the various levels of the civil service and military examinations could climb the …
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South Korea is sometimes held as a dream case of modernization theory, a testament to how economic development leads to democracy. Seeds of Mobilisation: The Authoritarian Roots of South Korea's Democracy (University of Michigan Press, 2024) by Dr. Joan E. Cho takes a closer look at the history of South Korea to show that Korea’s advance to democra…
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Marc McMenamin's Ireland's Secret War: Dan Bryan, G2 and the Lost Tapes that Reveal The Hunt for Ireland's Nazi Spies (Gill Books, 2022) is a thrilling account of the true extent of Irish-Allied co-operation during World War II. It reveals strategic Nazi intentions for Ireland and the real role of leading government figures of the time, placing Dan…
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During the Republican period (1912–1949) and after, many Chinese Buddhists sought inspiration from non-Chinese Buddhist traditions, showing a particular interest in esoteric teachings. What made these Buddhists dissatisfied with Chinese Buddhism, and what did they think other Buddhist traditions could offer? Which elements did they choose to follow…
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In nineteenth-century Santiago de Cuba, the island of Cuba's radical cradle, Afro-descendant peasants forged freedom and devised their own formative path to emancipation. Drawing on understudied archives, this pathbreaking work, Patchwork Freedoms: Law, Slavery, and Race beyond Cuba's Plantations (Cambridge UP, 2022) unearths a new history of Black…
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Listen to Episode No.10 of All We Mean, a Special Focus of this podcast. All We Mean is an ongoing discussion and debate about how we mean and why. The guests on today's episode are Bill Cope and Mary Kalantzis, professors at the University of Illinois, and as well, John Jones, assistant professor at SUNY Cortland. In this episode of the Focus, our…
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South Korea is sometimes held as a dream case of modernization theory, a testament to how economic development leads to democracy. Seeds of Mobilisation: The Authoritarian Roots of South Korea's Democracy (University of Michigan Press, 2024) by Dr. Joan E. Cho takes a closer look at the history of South Korea to show that Korea’s advance to democra…
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In 1997, Saul Friedländer emphasized the need for an integrated history of the Holocaust. His suggestion to connect ‘the policies of the perpetrators, the attitudes of surrounding society, and the world of the victims’ provides the inspiration for this volume. Following in these footsteps, this innovative study approaches Holocaust history through …
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What isn't counted doesn't count. And mainstream institutions systematically fail to account for feminicide, the gender-related killing of women and girls, including cisgender and transgender women. Against this failure, Counting Feminicide: Data Feminism in Action (MIT Press, 2024) brings to the fore the work of data activists across the Americas …
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Shakespeare through Islamic Worlds (Routledge, 2024) investigates the peculiar absence of Islam and Muslims from Shakespeare’s canon. While many of Shakespeare’s plays were set in the Mediterranean, a geography occupied by Muslim empires and cultures, his work eschews direct engagement with the religion and its people. This erasure is striking give…
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Emphasising the social, critical and situated dimensions of the urban, this comprehensive Research Handbook presents a unique collection of theoretical and empirical perspectives on urban sociology. Bringing together expert contributors from across the world, it provides a rich overview and research agenda for contemporary urban sociological schola…
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