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St Antony's College

St Antony's College is the most cosmopolitan of the seven graduate colleges of the University of Oxford, specialising in international relations, economics, politics and history of particular parts of the world.
There are more than 400 students from some 77 different countries studying for postgraduate degrees and each year around 100 visiting senior members from the academic, diplomatic, business and political worlds come to the College.

Series associated with St Antony's College

Almanac – The Oxford Middle East Podcast
Asian Studies Centre
Centenary celebration of the first modern Spanish endowment at Oxford
Contemporary Islamic Studies
Europe's Stories Project
European Studies Centre
Free Speech Debate
Israel Studies Seminar
Latin American Centre
Law and Politics from St Antony's College
Middle East Centre
Middle East Centre Booktalk
Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies
Oxford Political Thought
Russian Literature and Culture
St Antony's looks at the World
The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath
# Episode Title Description People Date
684 Creative Commons Expulsion as Statecraft: Histories of Violence from the Asian Expulsion of 1972 to the Banyarwanda Crisis of 1982 Alicia Decker (Penn State) as part of the Conference - Expulsion: Uganda’s Asians and the Remaking of Nationality Alicia Decker 27 Jun 2022
683 Creative Commons Insecurities of Expulsion: Race, Violence, Citizenship and Afro-Asian Entanglements in Transregional Uganda Anneeth Kaur Hundle (UC Irvine) as part of the Conference - Expulsion: Uganda’s Asians and the Remaking of Nationality Anneeth Kaur Hundle 27 Jun 2022
682 Creative Commons Don't call yourselves Asian! Uganda's Indians and the problem of naming Taushif Kara (Cambridge) as part of the Conference - Expulsion: Uganda’s Asians and the Remaking of Nationality Taushif Kara 27 Jun 2022
681 Creative Commons Making Victory Visible in Idi Amin's Uganda Derek Peterson (Michigan) as part of the Conference - Expulsion: Uganda’s Asians and the Remaking of Nationality Derek Peterson 27 Jun 2022
680 Creative Commons Afrocentrism and the Indian Question: A Continental Reckoning with the Ugandan Expulsion Shobana Shanker (Stonybrook) as part of the Conference - Expulsion: Uganda’s Asians and the Remaking of Nationality Shobana Shanker 27 Jun 2022
679 Gideon Katz - The Fear of Judaism in Israeli Culture Gideon Katz discusses some of the mure surprising aspect of Israeli secularism Gideon Katz 27 May 2022
678 Women's Rights Research Seminar: Threatened motherhood in the Israeli welfare state: The discourse and the practice behind the disqualification of disadvantaged women's motherhood Prof. Esther Hertzog gives a talk on the vulnerable situation of motherhood in the Israeli welfare state. Esther Hertzog, Soraya Tremayne 19 May 2022
677 Nitzan Lebovic: Is Zionism a “Left-Wing Melancholy”? Nitzan Levobic discusses Zionism and melancholy, through the woks of Israel Zarchi Nitzan Levobic 18 May 2022
676 Tony Shaw and Giora Goodman - Hollywood and Israel: A History The authors of a recently published book dealing with the history of Hollywood's relation with Israel discuss some of their findings Tony Shaw, Giora Goodman 12 May 2022
675 Law Professor Mohammad Fadel speaking on ‘The Protean Sovereign of Sunni Law’ and Professor Lena Salaymeh speaking on ‘Reconsidering the Political in Premodern Islam.' Mohammad Fadel, Lena Salaymeh 28 Apr 2022
674 Developments in Jordan An explanation and discussion of the modern history and recent political developments in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Piotr Schulkes, Guy Fiennes, Matthew Smith 20 Apr 2022
673 Violence Nesrine Badawi speaking on ‘Debating Militancy in the Modern World’ and Murad Idris speaking on ‘Theorizing Colonialism, Capitalism, and Violence in an Islamist Key.' Nesrine Badawi, Murad Idris, Faisal Devji, Usaama al-Azami 08 Apr 2022
672 Creative Commons Yemen’s Enduring Crisis Helen Lackner speaks about Yemen’s enduring crisis. Helen Lackner, Michael Willis 29 Mar 2022
671 Creative Commons The Global Merchants: The Enterprise and Extravagance of the Sassoon Dynasty Professor Joseph Sassoon in conversation with Dr Michael Willis about his recent book, The Global Merchants: The Enterprise and Extravagance of the Sassoon Dynasty (Allen Lane, Penguin Group, 2022). Emeritus Professor Avi Shlaim joins them. Joseph Sassoon, Michael Willis, Avi Shlaim, Eugene Rogan 24 Mar 2022
670 Creative Commons All Jihad Is Local: the Micro-Politics of Militant Islamism in 1980s Lebanon and Beyond Dr Raphaël Lefèvre in conversation with Dr Neil Ketchley about his recent book, 'Jihad in the City: Militant Islamism and Contentious Politics in Tripoli' (Cambridge University Press, 2021). Raphael Lefevre, Neil Ketchley 16 Mar 2022
669 A Debatable Empire Mishka Sinha (University of Oxford) speaks at the Oxford South Asian Intellectual History Seminar on 7 February 2022 Mishka Sinha 11 Mar 2022
668 B.R. Ambedkar's Sociophilia and Other Anti-Caste Sciences J. Daniel Elam (University of Hong Kong) speaks at the Oxford South Asian Intellectual History Seminar on 28 February 2022. J. Daniel Elam 11 Mar 2022
667 How ‘Dynasty’ Became a Modern Global Concept: Intellectual Histories of Sovereignty and Property Milinda Banerjee (University of St Andrews) speaks at the Oxford South Asian Intellectual History Seminar on 24 January 2022 Milinda Banerjee 11 Mar 2022
666 Reflections on Gandhi’s Anti-Modernism Akeel Bilgrami (Columbia University) speaks at the Oxford South Asian Intellectual History Seminar on 7 March 2022. Akeel Bilgrami 11 Mar 2022
665 Media, Communications, and Public Opinion in Tajikistan Irna Hofman (Oxford) Malik Kadirov (Media Analyst, Tajikistan) Salimjon Aioubov (Director of RFE/RL's Tajik Service) round table discussion Irna Hofman, Malik Kadirov, Salimjon Aioubov, Faisal Devji 03 Mar 2022
664 Sovereignty Neguin Yavari speaking on ‘Islamic imperatives and Islamic rulers’, Samy Ayoub speaking on ‘Law and the Exercise of Power: Debates on Political Legitimacy and Authority in the 19th - 20th centuries Egypt’. Neguin Yavari, Samy Ayoub, Faisal Devji, Usaama al-Azami 02 Mar 2022
663 The Career and Communities of Zaynab Fawwaz: Feminist Thinking in Fin-de-siècle Egypt Marilyn Booth speaking on her new book. Marilyn Booth 02 Mar 2022
662 Creative Commons Religion Madawi al-Rasheed speaking on ‘Islamic Reform in Saudi Arabia between “the Violence of the Minority and the Apathy of the Majority”. Pascal Menoret speaking on ‘Graveyard of Clerics’. Madawi al-Rasheed, Pascal Menoret, Faisal Devji, Usaama al-Azami 02 Mar 2022
661 Creative Commons Caliphate Elizabeth Alexandrin speaking on ‘Empire of the End Time: Fāṭimid Sovereignties in the 4th Century AH/11th Century CE’. Hüseyin Yilmaz speaking on ‘The Ottomans and the Question of the Caliphate'. Elizabeth Alexandrin, Hüseyin Yilmaz, Faisal Devji, Usaama al-Azami 01 Mar 2022
660 Researching South Asia: Climate Change Aditya Ramesh, Nausheen Anwar, Camelia Dewan, Chitra Venkatramani, Nikhil Anand in discussion Aditya Ramesh (Manchester) Nausheen Anwar (IBA, Karachi) Camelia Dewan (Oslo) Chitra Venkatramani (NUS) Nikhil Anand (UPenn) 01 Mar 2022
659 Researching South Asia: Animals Panel discussion on researching no human animals in South Asia Ambika Aiyadurai, Naisargi Dave, Radhika Govindrajan, Muhammad Kavesh 01 Mar 2022
658 Researching South Asia: Bureaucracy A panel discussion on he problems of research in South Asia. Yamini Aiyar, Maira Hayat, Zehra Hashmi, Akshay Mangla 01 Mar 2022
657 "Downward Equalization”: A Gandhian Inversion of Dignity and Rights-Claims Manu Samnotra (University of South Florida) speaks at the Oxford South Asian Intellectual History Seminar on 31 January 2022. For queries, please contact the seminar convenor at saih@history.ox.ac.uk Manu Samnotra 11 Feb 2022
656 Tajikistan: Politics After Civil War A discussion with Suzanne Levi-Sanchez, Edward Lemon, Muhiddin Kabiri, Alim Sherzamonov Suzanne Levi-Sanche, Edward Lemon, Muhiddin Kabiri, Alim Sherzamonov 08 Feb 2022
655 Creative Commons The Fate of Colonial Elites in Post-Colonial Regimes: Evidence from the 1952 Egyptian Revolution Dr Neil Ketchley in conversation with Professor Walter Armbrust about his current research. Neil Ketchley, Walter Armbrust 03 Feb 2022
654 Islam and the Arab Revolutions – the Ulama between Democracy and Autocracy Join us as we listen to Dr Usaama al-Azami (Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford) in conversation about his new book, 'Islam and the Arab Revolutions, the Ulama between Democracy and Autocracy'. Usaama al-Azami, Michael Willis 31 Jan 2022
653 Researching South Asia: Kashmir Round table discussion Mona Bhan, Mohamad Junaid, Hafsa Kanjwal 27 Jan 2022
652 Rule by Fear: Conceptualizing Democracy and Authoritarianism in Pakistan Ammar Ali Jan (Haqooq-e-Khalq Movement) speaks at the Oxford South Asian Intellectual History Seminar on 17 January 2022. For queries, please contact the seminar convenor at saih@history.ox.ac.uk. Ammar Ali Jan 27 Jan 2022
651 Yamunaparyatan: Journeying and Religious Conversion Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Deepra Dandekar, Leibnitz Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin, Germany Deepra Dandekar 21 Jan 2022
650 The cycle of devotion: circulation in pilgrimage, procession, and Darshan’s circuit in the Vithoba’s cult Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Eric Ferrie, Independent Scholar, Paris, France Eric Ferrie 21 Jan 2022
649 कृषितंत्रज्ञानाचे आदान प्रदान Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Pankaj Jaiswal, SPPU, Pune Pankaj Jaiswal 21 Jan 2022
648 Debating Sexuality: Morality in the Early-Twentieth-Century Marathi Literary Culture Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Rahul Sarwate, University of Ahmadabad Rahul Sarwate 21 Jan 2022
647 Marx Comes to Maharashtra: Javdekar, Satyagrahi Samajwad and the shaping of Transnational Emancipatory Thought Zones Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Rajeshwari Deshpande, SPPU, Pune Rajeshwari Deshpande 21 Jan 2022
646 Prabodhankar Thackeray: a paradoxical instigator of plurality in the Non-Brahmin Print sphere Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 -Suraj Thube, University of Oxford Suraj Thube 21 Jan 2022
645 Creative Commons Shimaga Reforms: Mapping Idea(s) of Obscenity in Colonial Maharashtra Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Madhura Damle, Presidency University, Kolkata Madhura Damle 18 Jan 2022
644 Creative Commons Circulation of thought processes as reflected in medieval temple sculptures in Maharashtra. Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Kumud Dileep Kanitkar, Independent Scholar, Mumbai Kumud Dileep Kanitkar 18 Jan 2022
643 Creative Commons ‘Sarudar khamb ani mahirapi’ among other things – Acculturation in the Architecture of eighteenth century Maharashtra Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Chetan Sahasrabuddhe, BN College of Architecture, Pune Chetan Sahasrabuddhe 18 Jan 2022
642 Creative Commons Mobility into Power of the Dalit-Women Sarpanchs and a Comparison with the Upper Caste- Male Sarpanchs in Maharashtra: A Story of Two Extremes on the Spectrum. Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Dhanmanjiri Sathe, Azeem Premji University, Bangalore Dhanmanjiri Sathe 18 Jan 2022
641 Creative Commons Circulation of Concepts in Ancient Western India: Some Case Studies Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Manjiri Bhalerao, Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Pune Manjiri Bhalerao 18 Jan 2022
640 Countering the Visual Modern: A Case Study of A Periodical and A Public Sculpture Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Noopur Desai, Asia Art Archive in India, New Delhi Noopur Desai 18 Jan 2022
639 Creative Commons Resettling of the Learned Brahmanas of ancient Karad: An Epigraphical Analysis Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Rupali Mokashi, Ulhasnagar, Thane Rupali Mokashi 18 Jan 2022
638 Creative Commons Circulation of Communalism: The study of cow protection movement in Maharashtra (1890-1947) Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Devkumar Ahire, SPPU, Pune Devkumar Ahire 18 Jan 2022
637 Creative Commons Like Ink on the Water: Examining a Medieval Genealogical Document from Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Durga Kale, University of Calgary, Canada Durga Kale 18 Jan 2022
636 Creative Commons Trade, Circulation of Commodities and Transition in urban patterns in Deccan and Konkan towns in 17th& 18th Century Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Neelambari Bharat Jagtap, Shivaji University, Kolhapur Neelambari Bharat Jagtap 18 Jan 2022
635 2022 New Year’s Episode The entire Almanac team gets together to discuss what they believe was the most important event in the region over the past year, something they are watching for in the region in 2022, and their favorite book on the Middle East. Piotr Schulkes, Guy Fiennes, Isabella Cibelli Du Terroil, Oliver Franks 17 Jan 2022
634 Creative Commons ‘Government of Order’: Summary Executions & Official Impunity in Company India (c. 1818-1825) Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Nishant Gokhale, University of Cambridge Nishant Gokhale 14 Jan 2022
633 Creative Commons Legal Categories, Approaches and Responses to Kidnapping and Forced Marriages in Early Modern Marathi Documents Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Prashant, University of Exeter, UK Prashant 14 Jan 2022
632 Creative Commons Circulation of silver coins in the transition from Maratha to British rule Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Michihiro Ogawa, University of Tokyo, Japan Michihiro Ogawa 14 Jan 2022
631 Creative Commons मराठ्यांचे नजराणे Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Rahul Magar, SPPU, Pune Rahul Magar 14 Jan 2022
630 Creative Commons So Near Yet So Far: Marathi Speakers in Belgaum, Karnataka Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Gopa Sabharwal, University of Delhi Gopa Sabharwal 21 Dec 2021
629 Creative Commons From Russia to Bombay, from Bombay to Soviet Union and back: The journey of Annabhau Sathe’s Maza Russia cha Pravas. Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Anagha Bhat Behere, SPPU, Pune Anagha Bhat Behere 21 Dec 2021
628 Creative Commons Embodied Circulation of an Icon: The case of Janata Raja Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Aishwarya Walvekar, JNU, New Delhi Aishwarya Walvekar 21 Dec 2021
627 Creative Commons त्यांनी पाहिलेली विलायत: मराठी प्रवाशांनी १८६७ ते १९४७ या काळात लिहिलेल्या इंग्लंडच्या प्रवासवर्णनांचा सामाजिक अभ्यास Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Aditya Panse, Independent scholar, London Aditya Panse 21 Dec 2021
626 Travelling Santas, Circulation and Formation of ‘the Multilingual Local’ of World Literature in the early modern Marathi Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Sachin Ketkar, MS University, Vadodara Sachin Ketkar 21 Dec 2021
625 Creative Commons Circulation, Patronage, and Silence in the Practice of History Writing in Early Modern Maharashtra Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 -Roy S. Fischel, SOAS, University of London Roy S. Fischel 21 Dec 2021
624 Creative Commons Writing and circulation: a Material Approach to Early Modern Marathi Literature Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 -Prachi Deshpande, CSSS, Kolkata Prachi Deshpande 21 Dec 2021
623 Beggars On the Move: Hijra Journeys in the Eighteenth-century Deccan Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Mario da Penha, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA Mario da Penha 21 Dec 2021
622 Creative Commons Vanvās to Vārī: The Travel History of Songs and Poetry in Maharashtra Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Madhuri Deshmukh, Oakton Community College, Des Plaines, USA Madhuri Deshmukh 21 Dec 2021
621 Language Ideologies as Urban Infrastructure: A Socio-Spatial Analysis of Identity, Belonging, and Multilingualism in Pune, Maharashtra Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Jessica Chandras, Wake Forest University, USA Jessica Chandras 21 Dec 2021
620 Creative Commons Lingayat - Virasaiva Sect: Migration, Identity & Marathi Lingayat literature in Colonial Maharashtra Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Kishore More - University of Mumbai Kishore More 21 Dec 2021
619 Creative Commons Circulation for Intervention: The Comic, the Folk and the Democratic in Marathi Theatre Part of the International Conference on Maharashtra Sept 2021. Madhuri Dixit, PS College, Ahmadnagar Madhuri Dixit 21 Dec 2021
618 Creative Commons Comparing two traditions: Workers' Theatre movement and Rashtra Seva Dal Kalapathak to trace the circulation of the form of Tamasha in nineteenth and twentieth century Part of the International conference on Maharashtra in September 2021 - Makarand Sathe -Independent scholar, Pune Makarand Sathe 21 Dec 2021
617 Creative Commons मुस्लिम मराठी साहित्य चळवळ : मराठी मुस्लिम अस्मितेचे अभिसरण Part of the International Maharashtra Conference held in September 2021. Muphid Mujawar from Shivaji University, Kolhapur Muphid Mujawar 21 Dec 2021
616 Graffiti, music, and football ultras: expressing dissent in MENA (Middle East and North Africa) Piotr Schulkes, Adam Abdallah, and Kalyani Nedungadi discuss non-official ways in expressing dissent, comparing Morocco, Turkey, Egypt, and Palestine. Kalyani Nedungadi, Piotr Schulkes, Adam Abdalla 17 Dec 2021
615 Creative Commons Savarkar and the Making of Hindutva “Secularism” Vikram Visana (University of Huddersfield) speaks at the Oxford South Asian Intellectual History Seminar on 18 October 2021. Vikram Visana 17 Dec 2021
614 Feminist Historiography and the Political: Reflections on the Past and Future Tense Feminist Historiography and the Political: Reflections on the Past and Future Tense Mrinalini Sinha (University of Michigan) speaks at the Oxford South Asian Intellectual History Seminar on 25 October 2021. Mrinalini Sinha 16 Dec 2021
613 Atrocity Nation / State Amnesia : The Photographic Debris of the Sri Lankan Civil War The final years of the Sri Lankan civil war were transformed by a significant development in the technics of photography Vindhya Buthpitiya 09 Dec 2021
612 Creative Commons What does political ecology tell us about the environmental crises in the Middle East? This is a recording of a live webinar held on Friday 3rd December 2021 for the Middle East Centre Christian Henderson, Walter Armbrust 08 Dec 2021
611 Creative Commons Afghanistan and the Middle East This is a recording of a live webinar held on Thursday 25th November 2021 for the Middle East centre. Ibrahim al-Marashi, Michael Willis, Kate Clark 06 Dec 2021
610 Creative Commons Failing Flows: The Politics of Water Management in Southern Iraq This is a recording of a live webinar held on Friday 19th November 2021 for the MEC. Michael Willis, Michael Mason 01 Dec 2021
609 Creative Commons Air Pollution, Toxicity, and Environmental Politics in the History of Iranian Oil Nationalisation This is a recording of a live webinar held on Friday 12th November 2021 for the MEC. Dr Mattin Biglari (SOAS, University of London) presents “Air Pollution, Toxicity, and Environmental Politics in the History of Iranian Oil Nationalisation”. Stephanie Cronin, Mattin Biglari 01 Dec 2021
608 Haggai Ram - The Social Life of Hashish in Mandatory Palestine and Israel: A Global History Haggai Ram charts the (modern) history of Hashish in the Holy Land Haggai Ram 01 Dec 2021
607 Citizenship, Publicness and the Politics of Inclusive Democracy in India Suryakant Waghmore and Hugo Gorringe will discuss their recent edited volume on civility in India Suryakant Waghmore, Hugo Gorringe 29 Nov 2021
606 Hidden histories of science; Ammal, Darlington, Haldane, and India, 1930-1960 The twentieth century was a period which saw debates on ecology, cytology, genetics and eugenics in the West develop in new and interesting ways both positive and negative to understand the position of humans within the natural world. Vinita Damodaran 29 Nov 2021
605 The Tunisian Political Crisis; the end of Democracy? On 25 July 2021 Tunisian President Kais Saied dismissed the government and suspended parliament, subsequently employing the army and security forces around government buildings to thwart any opposition to his power grab. Youssef Cherif, Anne Wolf, Michael Willis 25 Nov 2021
604 Environment Discounted: Energy and Economic Diversification Plans in the Gulf Oil price volatility and accelerated energy transitions away from hydrocarbons to meet climate change mitigation measures have presented existential threats to the economies of hydrocarbon-dependent welfare states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Manal Shehabi, Walter Armbrust, Michael Willis 22 Nov 2021
603 The Lessons of 1950: Partition, and the making of the India- Pakistan Dynamic The years that immediately followed their partition offer many interesting insights into the shaping of the India- Pakistan dynamic Pallavi Raghavan (Ashoka University, Delhi) 19 Nov 2021
602 Amnon Aran - Israeli foreign policy since the end of the Cold War Amnon Aran maps the development of Israeli foreign policy since the end of the Cold War Amnon Aran 18 Nov 2021
601 Michael Karayanni - Religion and State among the Palestinian-Arabs in Israel: A Multicultural Entrapment Michael Karayanni considers how the Israeli construction of religion and politics shapes the live Palestinian-Arabs in the state. Michael Karayanni 18 Nov 2021
600 The Blue-Clad Fennec: Authoritarian Environmentalism in Tunisia, and its afterlives This is a recording of a live webinar held on 29th October 2021 for the MEC Friday Seminar Michaelmas Term 2021 series on the overall theme of The Environment and The Middle East. jamie furniss, Walter Armbrust 17 Nov 2021
599 The Politics of Water Scarcity in the Case of Jordan Dr Hussam Hussein investigates the construction of the discourse of water scarcity in Jordan, and the political economy of the water sector. Hussam Hussein, Neil Ketchley, Michael Willis 11 Nov 2021
598 Roundtable: The Environment and the Middle East MEC Friday Webinar. This is a recording of a live webinar held on 15th October 2021 for the first episode of the MEC Friday Seminar Michaelmas Term 2021 series on the overall theme of The Environment and The Middle East. Michael J. Willis, Walter Armbrust, Laurent Mignon, Usaama al-Azami 04 Nov 2021
597 Creative Commons Eldad Ben Aharon - Supporting Denial: Israel’s Foreign Policy and the Armenian Genocide Eldad Ben-Aharon charts the history of Israel's refusal to recognise the Armenian Genocide. Eldad Ben-Aharon 03 Nov 2021
596 Creative Commons Kathrin Bachleitner - A road towards atonement? Why only West Germany came to “atone” for the Nazi crimes. Kathrin Bachleitner remaps the road that led to Germany's "atonement" for the Holocaust Kathrin Bachleitner 27 Oct 2021
595 Affect as a Technology of Rule: Militarism in Pakistan Positioning dead body politics and ritualistic mourning as technologies of rule, through a focus on subjectivity, intimacy and affect, the talk will explicate the persuasive powers through which they seek to produce consensus and ideological conformity. Maria Rashid 26 Oct 2021
594 Borders and Identities: Who is a “Bangladeshi” in Assam? This talk explores the ambiguities surrounding Indian citizenship in Assam, Northeast India. With Malini Sur (University of Western Sydney) Malini Sur 22 Oct 2021
593 Togo Mizrahi and the Making of Egyptian Cinema Join us for Booktalk Episode 9, Professor Deborah Starr (Cornell University) in conversation about her new book, Togo Mizrahi and the Making of Egyptian Cinema, published by California Press. Deborah Starr, Walter Armbrust 21 Oct 2021
592 7. Timothy Garton Ash: Finale Interview | The Europe’s Stories Podcast For something different in this series finale, we speak with Timothy Garton Ash, Professor of European Politics at Oxford and Director the Europe’s Stories Project. Timothy Garton Ash, Ana Martins, Lucas Tse; 20 Oct 2021
591 Creative Commons Atalia Omer - Pathways toward a Jewish Israeli Restorative Ethics Atalia Omer discusses restorative justice practices and the possibilities (and limits) of Jewish critiques of Zionism. Atalia Omer, Yaacov Yadgar 20 Oct 2021
590 A Shared Vision? Reflections on the creation of unity in opposition in Myanmar’s civil disobedience movement since February 2021 - Part 2 Since the Myanmar army overturned the November 2020 election and asserted itself violently against the will of its own people in February 2021. Khin Ohmar, Martin Smith 19 Oct 2021
589 A Shared Vision? Reflections on the creation of unity in opposition in Myanmar’s civil disobedience movement since February 2021 - Part 1 Since the Myanmar army overturned the November 2020 election and asserted itself violently against the will of its own people in February 2021. Tom Sheahan, David Moe 19 Oct 2021
588 Creative Commons 6. Europe in the World | The Europe’s Stories Podcast Ana and Lucas speak with Marianna Lovato and Olivier de France, the team’s experts on foreign policy and international politics. Marianna Lovato, Olivier de France, Ana Martins, Lucas Tse 12 Oct 2021
587 Independence and Colonialism in the Western Sahara Piotr Schulkes, Helna Murphy, Hajar Meddah, and Felix Walker discuss the recent development in the Western Sahara, caused by America’s recognition of Moroccan sovereignty over the territory. Piotr Schulkes, Helna Murphy, Hajar Meddah, Felix Walker 06 Oct 2021
586 5. Democracy | The Europe’s Stories Podcast Today, we talk with Sophie Vériter and Josef Lolacher about the core of the European project - democracy. Sophie Vériter, Josef Lolacher, Ana Martins, Lucas Tse 05 Oct 2021
585 Egypt’s Football Revolution: Emotion, Masculinity, and Uneasy Politics Join us for Booktalk Episode 8, Dr Carl Rommel (University of Helsinki) in conversation about his new book Egypt’s Football Revolution: Emotion, Masculinity, and Uneasy Politics, published by University of Texas Press in July 2021. Carl Rommel, Walter Armbrust 29 Sep 2021