AndrewHazlett / Andrew Hazlett

Writer embedded with insurgent do-gooders in Baltimore | in-progress: @GoucherCNFMFA| supporter: @hackbmore @impacthubbalt | book reader & critic | tw: @andrewhazlett | web: http://andrewhazlett.com

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  1. Bookmonger Podcast: ‘Landfall’ by Thomas Mallon | National Review

    John J. Miller is joined by Thomas Mallon to discuss his book, ‘Landfall.’

    https://www.nationalreview.com/podcasts/the-bookmonger/episode-234-landfall-by-thomas-mallon/

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  2. ‘Unjust’ by Noah Rothman - The Bookmonger - Episode 235

    25 Feb 2019 John J. Miller is joined by Noah Rothman to discuss his book, Unjust.

    http://podplayer.net/?id=64302682

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  3. Harry & Edna on the Wireless ~ Viv the Spiv | Harry & Edna on the Wireless’s podcasts

    In this episode of Harry & Edna on the Wireless radio show, the vintage duo chat to Viv the…

    https://www.spreaker.com/user/harryandedna/podcast-20180402-harryandedna-vivthespiv_1

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  4. Political Beats Podcast: Old 97’s | National Review

    Scot and Jeff discuss Old 97s with Jessie Opoien, political reporter with the Capital Times in Wisconsin.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/podcasts/political-beats/episode-44-jessie-opoien-old-97s/

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  5. Sebastian Junger on Tribe - Econlib

    Journalist and author Sebastian Junger talks about his book Tribe with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Junger explores the human need to be needed and the challenges facing many individuals in modern society who struggle to connect with others. His studies of communal connection include soldiers in a small combat unit and American Indian society in …

    http://www.econtalk.org/sebastian-junger-on-tribe/

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  6. 22. Post-Colonial Criticism

    Introduction to Theory of Literature (ENGL 300)

    In this lecture on post-colonial theory, Professor Paul Fry explores the work of Edward Said and Homi K. Bhabha. The complicated origins, definitions, and limitations of the term "post-colonial" are outlined. Elaine Showalter’s theory of the phasic development of female literary identity is applied to the expression of post-colonial identities. Crucial terms such as ambivalence, hybridity, and double consciousness are explained. The relationship between Bhabha’s concept of sly civility and Gates’s "signifyin’" is discussed, along with the reliance of both on semiotics.

    00:00 - Chapter 1. Problems With the Term "Post-Colonial" 08:56 - Chapter 2. A Room of One’s Own Revisited 14:00 - Chapter 3. Orientalism and Showalter’s Phases 20:51 - Chapter 4. The Relationship Between Said and Bhabha 26:54 - Chapter 5. The Master-Slave Dialectic 36:12 - Chapter 6. Bhabha: Ambivalence and Hybridity 50:40 - Chapter 7. "Sly Civility" as Signifyin’

    Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses

    This course was recorded in Spring 2009.

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  7. In The Heat Of The Night, episode #33 of Unspooled on Earwolf

    Amy & Paul take a trip down South for 1967’s racially charged police thriller "In The Heat Of The Night!" They celebrate the excellent soundtrack, scrutinize how well the film holds up as a procedural, and take a close look at Sidney Poitier’s incredible road to Hollywood.

    https://www.earwolf.com/episode/in-the-heat-of-the-night/

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  8. But That’s Another Story - Will Schwalbe - Jodie Foster

    The official website for Will Schwalbe, author of Books For Living, The End of Your Life Book Club, and Send.

    http://willschwalbe.com/podcast/

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  9. The City - Six Stories

    https://www.thecitypodcast.com/podcast_episode/six-stories/

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  10. How Public Policy Intentionally Segregated American Homeowners

    Our homes are racially segregated—and not by accident. Jessica Trounstine finds that cities actively created segregation through zoning and urban renewal, worsening their public services. As soon as segregation was threatened, white homeowners fled to the suburbs. Chloe Thurston finds that the federal government decided to subsidize the private mortgage market, rather than focus on public housing. But advocacy groups for racial minorities, women, and the poor did make some progress addressing discrimination behind the scenes. Local and federal policy produced our unique American housing market, including pitfalls that are still with us today.

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