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Marshall Poe
New Books in Critical Theory
Interviews with Scholars of Critical Theory about their New Books
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4.2 stars from 94 ratings
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Oliver Kooperation via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/12/20
Not a fair title for these pods if you’re going to let one or two ethnic groups dominate. Just a fan of truth in advertising.
JTR ROUND ROCK via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/22/18
Summaries into Critical Texts
Each show is an interview into the scholar's/scholars' manuscript. By amplifying the author's voice, each text is given a larger footprint in an environment which at times seems at antipodes. Marxist, new left, on marginilization and the state. Support the network.
thom bjork via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/17/18
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