Poetic approaches to thinking in a technological age
A Cultural History of the U.S. from 1982-Present
Why People Get Rothko But Don't Get Stockhausen
The Hidden History of History
Marshall T. Poe
Critical Review in Psychology, Psychoanalysis and Social Theory
Richard R. Weiner
The Story of the United States' Longest Wildcat Strike
John Michael Colón is a member of the DSA, a writer for Current Affairs, In These Times, and the LARB, and the guest on this episode of Symptomatic Redness. Symptomatic Redness is a show on politi...
Chris Knight is currently senior research fellow in the department of anthropology at University College, London, focusing his research on the evolutionary emergence of human language and symbolic cul...
Terry Tapp interviews Kim Jones, preschool teaching assistant, in West Virginia during the successful wildcat strike of March 2018. On Tuesday, after the strike ended, Kim wrote: "We won, in ...
Thaddeus Russell is a historian, author, and professor. He has taught history, American Studies, and the history of philosophy at Columbia University, Barnard College, and the New School for Social Re...
Symptomatic Redness is a show about political economics and historical analysis. Hosted by C. Derick Varn and Amogh Sahu the show is sometimes a dialogue between the hosts and sometimes features inter...
Perhaps in the current climate, I shouldn’t admit this, but this week’s guest Marshall Poe has lived in the USSR and Russia, his academic specialty being Russian History. He later spent a decade t...
Professor Greg Sadler is the co-founder of ReasonIO, a consulting company that puts philosophy into practice, the Youtube star behind the Half Hour Hegel series, a professor of philosophy who has taug...