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Urban Afterlives – by Dana Robinson

Urban Afterlives – by Dana Robinson

Dana Robinson August 29, 2016 0

Dana Robinson on Hendrik W. Dey’s Afterlife of the Roman City The fall of Rome was an urban affair. Alaric’s sack of the city in 410 CE may have been more emotionally jarring than

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Feeding that Infinite Abyss Within – By John David Penniman

Feeding that Infinite Abyss Within – By John David Penniman

John David Penniman August 16, 2016 0

John David Penniman on Alexandra Kleeman’s You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine “Am I really all the things that are outside of me?” ~ Animal Collective, “Taste” “Is it true that we

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Conversations in Black: Alexander G. Weheliye

Conversations in Black: Alexander G. Weheliye

Monica Miller & Christopher Driscoll September 1, 2015 0

Monica Miller and Christopher Driscoll talk with Alexander G. Weheliye about the world of Man, racializing assemblages, and the black body.   ※ Dr. Alexander G. Weheliye is Professor of African American Studies and English and Director of Graduate

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Carole McGranahan

Directions in the Study of Religion: Carole McGranahan

Kristian Petersen February 17, 2015 0

Kristian Petersen talks with Carole McGranahan, Associate Professor of Cultural Anthropology at University of Colorado, about Self-Immolation as Protest in Tibet

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Religion and Hip Hop: Grammar of the Real World

Religion and Hip Hop: Grammar of the Real World

T.M. Law January 20, 2015 0

[AUDIO] Timothy Michael Law talks with Anthony Pinn and Monica Miller In this interview, MRB Editor-in-Chief Timothy Michael Law talks with Prof. Anthony B. Pinn and Dr. Monica R. Miller about religion and hip

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Bastille Day in Beverly Hills: The Revolution, Televised – By Ted Scheinman

Bastille Day in Beverly Hills: The Revolution, Televised – By Ted Scheinman

Ted Scheinman July 22, 2014 0

Ted Scheinman on Ernest & Celestine We were both light in the head from a five-mile hike that had verged on a vision quest — too many miles with too little water under a

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