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Episode 45: Rebecca Jordan-Young, Brain Storm (mp3)

Interview: Banu Bargu on the Weaponization of Life (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 17 and 18: Always Already on the road – Voices from ASA (mp3 and mp3)

After Dark 2: The 2016 Presidential election (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 16: Suhaly Bautista-Carolina on the radical futurity of art (mp3)

Episode 44: Eve Sedgwick on theory and reading (mp3)

Episode 43: Frantz Fanon, Black Skin White Masks (mp3)

Interview: Mary Hawkesworth on embodied power (mp3)

Interview: Sandra Harding on objectivity and diversity (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 15: Roundtable on #BlackLivesMatter (mp3)

Episode 42: Queer Inhumanisms (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 14: Joanna Steinhardt on mushrooms and ecological movements (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 13: Simone Kolysh on activist pedagogy (mp3)

Episode 41: Achille Mbembe, On the Postcolony (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 12: Muhammed Ali, race, and sports (mp3)

Episode 40: J.K. Gibson-Graham, The End of Capitalism (As We Knew It) (mp3)

Episode 39: Marcuse and Radiohead double-episode (pt. 1; pt. 2)

Episode 38: Annemarie Mol on ontology, science, and politics (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 11: Richael Faithful on Black folk occultism (mp3)

Episode 37: Daniel C. Barber, Deleuze and the Naming of God (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 10: Amy Allen on decolonizing critical theory (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 9: Lester Spence on neoliberalism and black politics (mp3)

Episode 36: Max Horkheimer, The Eclipse of Reason (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 8: Bad Infinity on Deleuze and EDM Music (mp3)

Episode 35: Gayatri Spivak, In Other Worlds (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 7: Alfie Bown on Candy Crush and capitalism (mp3)

Always Already After Dark 1: The Badness of Academia; Willow and Jaden Smith (mp3)

Episode 34: Maggie Nelson, The Argonauts (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 6: Neil Roberts on Freedom as Marronage (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 5: Renee Cramer on Pregnant with the Stars (mp3)

Episode 33: Kara Keeling, The Witch’s Flight (mp3)

Episode 32: Saskia Sassen, Expulsions (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 4: Emily Martinez and Liat Berdugo on art and neoliberalism (mp3)

Episode 31: Kathi Weeks, The Problem With Work (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 3: Izzy Broomfield, VISTA AmeriCorps (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 2: Doug Lain, Zero Books (mp3)

Episode 30: Akira Mizuta Lippit, Atomic Light (Shadow Optics) (mp3)

Epistemic Unruliness 1: The Illuminator Collective (mp3)

Episode 29: Frank B. Wilderson III, Red, White and Black (mp3)

Interview: Carolyn Pedwell on Affective Relations (mp3)

Episode 28: Maurizio Lazzarato, Signs and Machines (mp3)

Episode 27: Lauren Berlant, Cruel Optimism (mp3)

Episode 26: Afro-Pessimism and Black Optimism (mp3)

Episode 25: Walter Mignolo on decolonial theory (mp3)

Episode 24: Jane Bennett, Vibrant Matter (mp3)

Interview: Nicholas Tampio on Deleuze’s Political Vision (mp3)

Episode 23: Judith Butler and Slavoj Žižek on universality and radical democracy (mp3)

Episode 22Burka Avenger // Upstream Color (mp3)

Episode 21: Roberto Esposito, Bios: Biopolitics and Philosophy (mp3)

Episode 20: Mel Chen, Animacies: Biopolitics, Racial Mattering, and Queer Affect (mp3)

Episode 19: Maurice Merleau-Ponty, The Visible and the Invisible (mp3)

Interview: Joanna Tice on evangelical political thought (mp3)

Episode 18: C. Riley Snorton and Jin Haritaworn, “Trans Necropolitics: A Transnational Reflection on Violence, Death, and the Trans of Color Afterlife” (mp3)

Episode 17: Walter Benjamin, “On the Concept of History” (mp3)

Interview: Kasina Entzi on Ernst Jünger and philosophy of technology (mp3)

Episode 16: Luce Irigaray, This Sex Which is Not One (mp3)

Episode 15: Jean-François Lyotard, Libidinal Economy (mp3)

Episode 14: Václav Havel, “Power of the Powerless” and The Garden Party; interview with Sara Lyons on directing Garden Party (mp3)

Episode 13: Aihwa Ong, Neoliberalism as Exception (mp3)

Episode 12: Emily S. Lee (ed.), Living Alterities: Phenomenology, Embodiment, and Race (mp3)

Episode 11: Jacques Rancière, “The Distribution of the Sensible” (mp3)

Interview: James Padilioni Jr. on St. Martín de Porres, modernity, and black radical aesthetics and theology (mp3)

Episode 10: Martin Heidegger, Elucidations on Hölderlin’s Poetry (mp3)

Episode 9: Dipesh Chakrabarty, “The Climate of History: Four Theses” (mp3)

Episode 8: Jasbir K. Puar, Terrorist Assemblages (mp3)

Interview: Abbas Jaffer on Digital Publics, Affect, and Contemporary Music in Pakistan (mp3)

Episode 7: Michel Foucault, Jamie Peck; racism, neoliberalism, and securitization (mp3)

Episode 6 B-Sides: Lloyd, continued (mp3)
Episode 6
: Genevieve Lloyd; interview with Carol Gould, Part 2 (mp3)

Episode 5 B-Sides: Mahmood, continued (mp3)
Episode 5
: Saba Mahmood; interview with Carol Gould, Part 1 (mp3)

Episode 4 B-Sides: Laclau, continued (mp3)
Episode 4
: Ernesto Laclau, interview with Amy Schiller, Part 2 (mp3)

Episode 3 B-Sides: more on Latour (mp3)
Episode 3
: Bruno Latour; interview with Amy Schiller, Part 1 (mp3)

Episode 2 B-Sides: more on Ahmed (mp3)
Episode 2: Sara Ahmed; interview with Susan Buck-Morss, Part 2 (mp3)

Episode 1 B-Sides: more on Deleuze and Guattari (mp3)
Episode 1: Deleuze and Guattari; interview with Susan Buck-Morss, Part 1 (mp3)

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