Millennials Are Killing Capitalism: “Wildcat The Totality” - Fred Moten And Stefano Harney Revisit The Undercommons In A Time Of Pandemic And Rebellion (Part 1)

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  1. Millennials Are Killing Capitalism: “Wildcat The Totality” - Fred Moten And Stefano Harney Revisit The Undercommons In A Time Of Pandemic And Rebellion (Part 1)

    This is part one of a two-part conversation with Fred Moten and Stefano Harney.  Fred Moten is the author of In The Break: The Aesthetics of the Black Radical Tradition, multiple volumes of poetry, and most recently the trilogy consent not to be a single being. Stefano Harney is the author of Nationalism and Identity: Culture and the Imagination in a Caribbean Diaspora. He also co-authored The Liberal Arts and Management Education: A Global Agenda for Change with Howard Thomas, and State Work: Public Administration and Mass Intellectuality. In 2013, Moten and Harney collaborated on The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study a text that has been influential to both Josh and myself.  They graciously accepted the invitation to revisit this work, and their thinking in this time of pandemic and rebellion.  In this first portion of our conversation, we begin a discussion of the undercommons, the Academy, the general antagonism, solidarity, empathy, whiteness, politics, citizenship, Blackness, and patriarchy. We hope you enjoy part one of this discussion as much as we did, and we will be releasing part 2 next week.

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  2. Left of Black with Fred Moten

    Left of Black host Dr. Mark Anthony Neal is joined in the studio by Dr. Fred Moten.

    Moten is a poet and a scholar. He’s a Professor in the Department of Performance Studies, Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

    Dr. Neal teaches Black Popular Culture in the Department of African and African-American Studies at Duke University.

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  3. Stefano Harney and Fred Moten – Propositions for Non-Fascist Living – video statement – October 2017

    Within the long-term research itinerary Propositions for Non-Fascist Living, BAK asks artists, philosophers, scholars, and activists from multiple (political) geographies facing contemporary fascisms how they engage with the question of what constitutes non-fascist living. The responses are 1–5 minute video statements recorded with technology at hand: mobile phones, voice recorders, Skype. Throughout Propositions, these diverse perspectives are published online and screened at performative conferences. Online and offline, they become part of a growing constellation of reflections on ways to think, act, and bring about non-fascist living.

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  4. PennSound: Fred Moten: Black Kant (Pronounced Chant): a Theorizing Lecture at the Kelly Writers House, February 27, 2007

    "Black Kant (Pronounced Chant)" concerns itself with the relationship in Kant’s late philosophy between race and the imagination. The paper attempts to mobilize the poetry of Norman H. Pritchard as a theoretical lens and amplifier through which to see and hear Kant more imaginatively, which is to say accurately. The paper is predicated on the notion that attention to the nexus of race and imagination opens up a particular way of understanding blackness as political and aesthetic fugitivity and on the hope that such an understanding might offer a corrective to tendencies to pathologize blacks and blackness.

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  5. Vanguard Army | Episode 6: Allied Courses

    Vanguard Army (@VanguardArmyPod) joins forces with the Progressive Army (@ProgressiveArmy) with Lili (@LilTheTrill) and Aaron (@posadist_trapgd) welcoming Benjamin Dixon (@BenjaminPDixon) to discuss the DNC, the VP pick, and the paths to November for everyone.

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  6. Guest DJ: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Junot Diaz : Alt.Latino : NPR

    Diaz stops by Alt.Latino to talk about books, music, immigration, the Caribbean diaspora, machismo and why so many men relate to Oscar Wao. And, of course, he picks an exciting assortment of bachata and urban merengue to play on the show.

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