Articles tagged with interview

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Reed Hundt Joshua Cohen

Donald Trump's winning strategy.

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Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor Elizabeth Hinton Brandon M. Terry Cornel West Robin D. G. Kelley

A transcript of our panel discussion on the Black Lives Matter movement. 

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Astra Taylor Todd Wolfson

Astra Taylor talks with Rutgers faculty union president Todd Wolfson about organizing academic communities in the age of COVID-19.

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Scott Casleton Alex Vitale

In this interview, sociologist Alex Vitale explains how the policing crisis in the United States begins with politics—the decision to embrace neoliberal austerity and to turn the social problems it creates over to police.

Mordecai Lyon Lorgia Garcia Pena
Mordecai Lyon Lorgia García-Peña

In this interview, Lorgia García-Peña, who was denied tenure by Harvard in late 2019, discusses why ethnic studies has never been more urgent and the important role it can play in protest.

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Angus Deaton Joshua Cohen

Boston Review talks with Nobel Prize-winning economist Angus Deaton about COVID-19, the relationship between culture, financial hardship, and health, and why capitalism’s flaws are proving fatal for America’s working class. 

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Nicky Nodjoumi Daniel Penny

Nicky Nodjoumi is one of Iran’s greatest artists, but his politics have kept him in exile since 1980.

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Mordecai Lyon Cornel West

On the tenth anniversary of radical historian Howard Zinn’s death, Cornel West opens up about their friendship and what Zinn would have made of the decade—including whether he would have voted for Bernie.

John Crowley Elizabeth Hand John Darger
John Crowley Elizabeth Hand

Celebrated novelists John Crowley and Elizabeth Hand discuss Hand’s new novel and the ways that historical fiction can and cannot answer our questions about the past.

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Judith Butler Brandon M. Terry

Judith Butler talks with Brandon M. Terry about MLK, the grievability of black lives, and how to defend nonviolence today.