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Deathnography Podcast

Jul 3, 2021

Socialist projects of the 20th century were the target of murderous campaigns originating in the global north. Hundreds of thousands of people were killed... but they aren't the ones getting a monument in Ottawa.
A discussion with Harbinger Society Presents and Habibti Please Podcast

Apr 20, 2021

What is possible, politically? When are we being too idealistic? What is “realistic,” when we talk about social change? Is non-violent revolution possible?


In this episode, I speak with journalist Vincent Bevins, author of The Jakarta Method, about the mass killings of suspected communists and ethnic Chinese in...

Feb 28, 2021

Here is a recent conversation I had with two young researchers, Agha Saadaf and Amber Ye, who are both about to finish their undergraduate degrees in anthropology at the University of Toronto - my alma mater. They reached out to interview me for the Anthropology Undergraduate Journal, for which they are...

May 30, 2020

Let's talk about China and COVID-19! Let's take a look at western imperialism at the root of the current media war on China! Let's visit a wet market with our grandmas! In this episode of the Deathnography Podcast, I speak with three guests about these topics. Amanda (@catcontentonly) breaks down the American...

Dec 6, 2019

In this episode of the Deathnography Podcast, I talk to two leftist scholars about Marxism, subtle anti-communism in the academy, and art history. Taylor Genovese explains the neoliberal co-option of radical politics in the corporate university. McKenna Gray tells us about their time in a conservative art college,...