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Guerrilla History is the podcast that acts as a reconnaissance report of global history for the activist left, and aims to use the lessons of history to analyze the present. Your hosts are immunobiologist Henry Hakamaki, Professor Adnan Husain, historian and Director of the School of Religion at Queens University, and Revolutionary Left Radio's Breht O'Shea. We hope that the discussion will be useful to you, and if you have any questions or guest/topic suggestions, email them to us at guerri ...
 
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Walter Logeman joins Breht to discuss the work of psychosociologist, psychiatrist and founder of psychodrama J.L. Moreno. We discuss his unique approach to psychotherapy, what he had to say about Marx and Marxism, communal v. individual approaches to psychoanalysis, Walter's life and fascinating background, and much more! Walter Logeman's blog: htt…
 
This episode of Guerrilla History is the introduction to a mini-series we are running for the next couple of months. The topic is Sanctions As War, based off of the book of the same name edited by Professors Immanuel Ness and Stuart Davis. Subsequent episodes will be focused on case studies of countries that have faced sanctions, and this intro wil…
 
Matthew Segall is Assistant Professor in the Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies. He joins Breht to discuss the philosophical movement known as German Idealism, its major figures, its historical context, its legacy, and its continued relevance. Learn more about Matthew and his work: https…
 
Listen to the entire interview with Prof. Richard Wolff by subscribing to Guerrilla History on your preferred podcast app -- or find it here: https://guerrillahistory.libsyn.com/ Support Guerrilla History (and get exclusive access to bonus episodes and our back catalogue) here: https://www.patreon.com/guerrillahistory ------------------------------…
 
In this useful episode, we talk with Professor Richard Wolff about the economics of both imperialism and inflation - two major issues facing nearly everyone today, but that we often don't look at the economic drivers or mechanisms of. An incredibly fun conversation with someone we've wanted to bring on the show for quite some time! Richard Wolff is…
 
Comrade Garlic joins the Show to discuss Kevin Rashid Johnson's cancer diagnosis and struggle for adequate care within the brutal carceral system, a lack of medical care as a weapon against political prisoners, updates on the RIBPP and its mass org, serving the people, compassionate release, and more. Red Voice: The Voices of the People: https://re…
 
Mat Callahan joins the show to discuss his recent project "Songs of Slavery and Emancipation" - a book, an album, and a documentary - wherein he and his team searched for, found, and recreated both old slave resistance songs as well as old abolitionist songs. In this interview, Mat discusses this project and the songs and history behind it as we sp…
 
Guerrilla History "From the Archives" is a new series of episodes, consisting of previously patreon-exclusive episodes that we are unlocking for the general public after one year. This From the Archives episode was originally released on Patreon on January 29, 2021, and is about the (at the time) recently released, ahistorical 1776 Report by the sh…
 
Lauritz Marquardt (aka Conscious Development on YT) returns to the show to discuss meditation, Buddhist practice, offer tips and advice, and much more. Find Lauritz's YT channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/ConsciousDevelopment Find his website here: http://www.lauritzm.com Our previous episode w/ Lauritz: https://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.c…
 
This supplemental episode is the recording of a Twitter Space we just recorded with our friends, Professors Alexander Aviña and Brandon Wolfe-Hunnicutt. What was originally supposed to be a pretty informal meeting became a nearly 1 hour and 40 minute discussion of coups, oil, and oil nationalization! Enjoy! Alexander Aviña is historian at Arizona S…
 
Todd McGowan returns to the show, this time to discuss the French psychoanalyst and psychiatrist Jacques Lacan. Breht and Todd explore many of his core concepts, his relation to Freud and Freud’s theory, his politics, his contributions to psychology, how his insights can useful for us today, and so much more. Check out Todd's podcast “Why Theory?” …
 
In this fascinating episode, we talk with Professor Brandon Wolfe-Hunnicutt about the numerous coups of Iraq from 1953-1968 (and the CIA/State Department role in these) amidst the background of rising Arab nationalist politics and pushes by several groups for nationalization of Iraqi oil. A fantastic discussion based off of Brandon's equally fabulo…
 
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