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Daniel Denvir, Jacobin

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The Dig is a podcast from Jacobin magazine that discusses politics, criminal justice, immigration and class conflict with smart people. Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4839800
 
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Eileen Jones and Dolores McElroy

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Support us on Patreon.com/filmsuck for bonus episodes and more perks! A weekly podcast hosted by Eileen Jones, film critic at Jacobin magazine and recovering academic, and Dolores McElroy, diva enthusiast and lecturer in film and media at UC Berkeley. In this podcast for the people, we bring you the truth about the rotten state of cinema, its often odious or ham-fisted relationship to politics, and its occasional wondrous bursts of courage and brilliance. We consider the glories of cinemas p ...
 
The Enragés, a production of the Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS.org), features questions and casual conversations with authors about recent pieces they’ve published on the C4SS site. Hosted by Joel Williamson, this podcast will focus exclusively on the works of C4SS authors and will give listeners a chance to get to know these thinkers better. We'll regularly be taking listener questions too on Patreon! (Patreon.com/C4SSdotorg) The name of the podcast comes from the loosely affiliated ...
 
The Better Faster Podcast is your go to place for all things Physical Therapy and Strength & Conditioning. Brandon Vaughn and Josh Jeffery are at the forefront of blending these two worlds, and they come together on the BFP to discuss the most relevant topics facing clinicians and coaches. Some of their guests are the brightest minds in the worlds of PT and S&C, and their conversations are the perfect length for your morning commute.
 
Ideologica Obscura takes the viewer on a journey into the world of wacky and esoteric political ideologies. This podcast uncovers the multitude of visions for society and the historical context they arose from. We wish to educate through a mix of rigorous research and low-brow humor because many a true word is spoken in jest. Ideologica Obscura is a comedy and education podcast and thus does not encourage or endorse any of the discussed ideologies, persons, or organizations.
 
Giving a voice to outsiders, radicals and agitators from the Bronx and beyond! I like to interview interesting people with interesting ideas. At the same time I like to spotlight change makers in the local Bronx community and other areas to help their voices be heard by a wider audience. Support me on Patreon, please and thank you!
 
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This week, Grace speaks to Phil Burton-Cartledge, author of Falling Down: The Conservative Party and the Decline of Tory Britain, about the current leadership contest within the Conservative Party. They discuss why there's a dearth of Tory talent, why both candidates, Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, are trying to model themselves on Margaret Thatcher, a…
 
Meagan Jacobin (@meaganjacobin_) is a first year Student Physical Therapist at MUSC with an entrepreneurial spirit. She's contemplating starting a practice upon graduation in a few years and wanted to ask @bvthept some questions about starting a practice, establishing a client base, funding a startup, and more! Meagan is also an extremely talented …
 
Why are the Knicks the only team in sports that bans the press from press conferences? How realistic are the Donovan Mitchell trade rumors? How is Russell Westbrook becoming like Jason Voorhees? Plus beating the dead horse that is MLB's All-Star Game and Matthew & Jonah discuss whether it's fair to bodyshame Elon Musk.…
 
Who were the Jacobins? What did they believe in, what did they accomplish over the course of the French Revolution, and how should they be judged? Micah Alpaugh discusses the Jacobin clubs’ social and political stances, the policies they enacted, and the Jacobins’ turn toward terror.Micah Alpaugh, ed., The French Revolution: A History in Documents …
 
One of my favorite people in left media, David Griscom, joins me to discuss his debut article in Jacobin--"Texas Shows the Pitfalls of Liberal Climate Politics":https://jacobin.com/2022/07/texas-energy-power-abbott-fossil-fuels-gas-gndDownload the Callin app for iOS and Android to listen to this podcast live, call in, and more! Also available at ca…
 
Many movies in the 1980s depicted American urban landscapes as lawless hellholes, but Paul Verhoeven's ROBOCOP (1987) was unique for locating the source of the problem in the corporate world. The Superdelegate patron tier has voted for us to watch one of the most beloved screen satires of all time, and we were happy to oblige.See cohost Will introd…
 
Sidewalks take us places, but they’re also places of their own, where all sorts of people come together and interact. Shannon Mattern, who has written about the history of the sidewalk, claims that we’re entering a new era of sidewalk planning, use, and politics, driven in large part by advances in communications, surveillance, and smart technologi…
 
Tyler Lile (@tylerlile22) is a chiropractor who joins us to discuss the chiropractic profession as well as similarities and differences between PT and chiro. MedBridge Use the discount code BETTERFASTERPOD to get over 40% off your individual subscription! Brought to you by Vertex PT Specialists One patient per doctor of physical therapy, per hour, …
 
Before opening up the lines for calls (on-topic or otherwise, happy to go a few directions with this!), I'll be talking about my Jacobin article published this morning on the Kulinski/Peterson debate and how Dr. Peterson's knowledge of Marx has somehow gone in the wrong direction since 2019:https://jacobin.com/2022/08/jordan-peterson-kyle-kulinski-…
 
Going to talk about my new Jacobin article (out today, same title as the name of this episode!) and take some calls.Read the article itself here:https://jacobin.com/2022/07/peter-thiel-superrich-wealth-inequality-political-influenceDownload the Callin app for iOS and Android to listen to this podcast live, call in, and more! Also available at calli…
 
Air Date 8/5/2022 Today, we take a look at the politics of energy and climate in a world addicted to fossil fuels but full of people striving to push us past the tipping point toward a clean energy future Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Shows an…
 
PATREON EPISODE - https://www.patreon.com/posts/70079242COUNTER-STRIKE became a video game phenomenon. It also served as a laboratory for the exploitation of video game labor and the commodification trends that dominate the games industry and the broader internet today. On this episode, Luke is joined by beloved guest Alex Ross for a wide-ranging d…
 
This week on The Jacobin Show, Jen Pan and Cale Brooks discuss America's pitiful "industrial policy," Paul Prescod discusses the upcoming teamsters contract fight, Matt Huber talks about Joe Manchin and the climate bill, and Branko Marcetic tells us why the Democrats, despite their rhetoric, are failing to do anything about the Jan 6 assault on the…
 
The effects of climate change are here and serious. While it may seem like uncharted waters in the modern era, our ancestors in the 1600s faced a global climate crisis in a century wracked by wars, famines, and social unrest. Historian Geoffrey Parker discusses the lessons of the 17th century, where elites — with the exception of Tokugawa Japan — r…
 
Air Date 8/2/2022 Today, we take a look at what neurodiversity is and why it should be seen as a strength and benefit to society when accommodated properly rather than a problem to be solved or, worse, ignored. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Sh…
 
In 1984, Godzilla rose from Tokyo Bay for the first time in nine years for THE RETURN OF GODZILLA. In 1985, an American distributor dramatically recut the movie into GODZILLA 1985. We're joined at long last by Important Cinema Club co-host Justin Decloux to discuss the many structural and ideological changes that were imposed upon Godzilla's big co…
 
In 1984, Godzilla rose from Tokyo Bay for the first time in nine years for THE RETURN OF GODZILLA. In 1985, an American distributor dramatically recut the movie into GODZILLA 1985. We're joined at long last by Important Cinema Club cohost Justin Decloux to discuss the many structural and ideological changes that were imposed upon Godzilla's big com…
 
How does political ideology work in Cuba? What is ideology anyway? Katherine Gordy argues that socialist ideology in Cuba, far from constituting a static, abstract canon of beliefs, is practiced and produced by people at all levels of Cuban society. She also comments on Fidel Castro’s espousal of Marxism and on the role of nineteenth-century intell…
 
Doug interviews Paolo Gerbaudo on the failure of technocracy and the imminence of right-wing rule in Italy. Then Chris Bohner, author of a recent report called Labor's Fortress of Finance and a Jacobin article, "Now Is the Time for Unions to Go on the Offensive," discusses the huge stash unions have but aren't spending. Behind the News, hosted by D…
 
A hallmark of our age is feeling we’re perpetually struggling with time—not having enough of it to accomplish seemingly endless tasks and obligations, while swimming in a sea of distractions. Can we cope if we learn, following the gurus of time management, to become ever more disciplined and productive? Or does that just feed into a capitalist logi…
 
Dina Khoury joins Long Reads for a two-part conversation about Iraq since the US occupation. Dina is a historian of the Middle East, and her books include Iraq in Wartime. Read her piece for Catalyst, "Iraq After US Occupation," here: https://catalyst-journal.com/2021/09/iraq-after-us-occupation Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at p…
 
In this episode we discuss the role of reforms in the struggle for socialism, specifically in relation to these articles:- "Wrong Life and Abortion" by Ethan Linehan: https://www.sublationmag.com/post/wrong-life-and-abortion- "Abortion and Bad Critique" by Conrad Hamilton: https://www.sublationmag.com/post/abortion-and-bad-critiqueAlso mentioned:- …
 
Original Air Date 6/9/2021 Today we take a look at the motivations behind legislation being introduced in statehouses around the country to ban the teaching of Critical Race Theory, criminalize the right to protest and limit the right to vote. Now if only there were some theory we could look to to understand the complicated interconnectedness of th…
 
Suzi talks to Ukrainian expert Bohdan Krawchenko, just back from Kyiv, to get his perspective of the state of Russia’s war on Ukraine. The view from Ukraine, as Bohdan Krawchenko reports, is that Russia is losing this war, has wasted thousands of lives, and is running out of troops and war materiel. Despite their huge costs and losses, Moscow is ge…
 
This week's episode of The Jacobin Show tackles Du Bois's legacy as an analyst of class domination in America, whether the Democratic Party is hurtling toward doom as continues to fail working-class voters, and why the recent wave of union campaigns must move from spontaneity to sustained "structure-based" organizing. Jeff Goodwin on Du Bois: https…
 
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