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Walter Johnson

What can W. E. B. Du Bois and the black radical tradition tell us about Trump's election and radical political action today?

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Junot Díaz

Our critique of the present is essential to producing a future. 

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Junot Díaz dissects Donald Trump's misogynist rhetoric and the larger societal forces that make it possible.

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Boston Review

On December 2, 2013, the Center for Middle East Studies at University of Denver co-hosted a debate on Syria with Columbia University's Committee on Global Thought. 

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David Gorin

Keston Sutherland and Geoffrey G. O’Brien in Performance

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Noam Chomsky

C-SPAN filmed BR's event at MIT, where Chomsky spoke on the subject of his new book, On Anarchism: the political ideology, its history, current usage, and practicality.

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David Keith

Harvard climate scientist David Keith leads a discussion about his new book, A Case for Climate Engineering, explaining climate engineering as a tool to combat global warming. He is joined by MIT political scientists Kenneth Oye and Stephen Van Evera. 

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Mark Budolfson Blake Francis Hyunseop Kim Debra Satz

 Ethicists, economists, and others have developed a set of useful tools for deciding what to do when economic, environmental, and social values conflict. 

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Ronald Deibert

Toward Distributed Security in Cyberspace

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Elizabeth Anderson discusses her Wesson Lecture on slavery, emancipation and equality with BR Co-Editor Joshua Cohen and historian David Hollinger.