by Michael Schapira

A Marxist Education – Wayne Au

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The overdetermination of education as a moral endeavor is rife both within the profession and in public and political discourse.

Malcolm Harris

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It’s fun to see people talk about revolution seriously, because they can’t imagine anything else anymore and it’s starting to enter the consciousness.

Imani Perry

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By virtue of being the child of a migrant, Lorraine Hansberry understood something deep about all these spaces that were supposed to be hopeful.

Dana Villa

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Like Max Weber, I think it’s dishonest and somewhat cheesy to use the lecture platform to voice one’s own political leanings. Students deserve better than to be harangued or have their liberal or conservative prejudices confirmed.

20 4 420: Irie Edition

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Last year on this date I claimed, “I think it’s safe to say that, at this moment, where we find ourselves now, we need good reggae more than ever.” Plus ça change….

Christopher Newfield (part 2)

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University decline is like climate change. It has multiple causes… [and] each cause works slowly enough to allow most people to stay in denial about their effects.

Christopher Newfield

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We talk a lot about the limits of critique. I’m more worried about the absence of critique. I mean institutional critique, including self-critique. That’s how professions get out of blind alleys and advance.

Stuart Hall’s Voice – David Scott

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For several generations to come Stuart Hall’s voice will remain a key part of conversations on the left.

20 4 420: Irie Edition

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I think it’s safe to say that, at this moment, where we find ourselves now, we need good reggae more than ever.

John Kaag

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I think that understanding a particular philosophical position means that you try your best to understand the particular geographical and cultural space it emerges from.