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Deepa Kumar, Arun Kundnani
Racism & Surveillance
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has a long history of spying on African Americans including Nobel Prize winner Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The great writer Richard Wright, who was...
Eliminating the Muslim Brotherhood
Egypt: From Pharaoh to Pharaoh
Egypt’s latest pharaoh is Field Marshall Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. He orchestrated a coup toppling the democratically elected government of Mohamed Morsi on July 3, 2013. The U.S. refused to call...
Understanding the Middle East
Large parts of the Middle East today are engulfed in violence. Why? What historical factors shape the current conflicts? Take Iraq for example, a country in chaos. The U.S. has...
Maria de Zayas
The Poetry of Maria de Zayas
Maria de Zaya's early 17th century writing represents Spain's first feminist poet and novelist. This program features readings in Spanish and English as well as commentary from Prof. Yvonne Guillon...
Louis and Nancy Dupree discuss the history and culture of Afghanistan with David Barsamian.
The Poetry of Allen Ginsberg
Features two 1985 recordings of Ginsberg reading his poetry. The first is at Naropa University in Boulder, CO. The second is a field recording of Ginsberg reading his...
The Poetry of Alfonsina Storni
Featuring Alfonsina Storni's poetry read in Spanish and in English translation as well as music and commentary on her life and work. Produced and hosted by David Barsamian as part...
Islam in India and Indonesia
David Barsamian hosts this overview of Islam in Asia. The program features music and a conversation with University of Colorado Prof. Fred Denny.
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