Episode 93: Chris Carlsson

Chris Carlsson is a co-founder of the Critical Mass bicycle movement, co-founder and editor of the former Processed World magazine, and director of the Shaping San Francisco and Found SF historical projects.

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Episode 92: David Skarbek

I questioned David Skarbek, the leading expert on prison gangs in the United States, about the implications of his finding that gangs serve as alternative governments inside prisons.

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Episode 91: Robbie Martin

I talked with Robbie Martin, the maker of the multi-part documentary film A Very Heavy Agenda, about the history of the neoconservative movement and our shared fascination with a particular history professor.

A Very Heavy Agenda

A Dangerous Nation, by Robert Kagan

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Episode 90: Daniel Coffeen

Daniel Coffeen is a fellow academic exile, a philosopher and word magician, a "Jew-clown know-it-all," and the future star of Renegade University. He also holds a PhD in Rhetoric from UC Berkeley, where he was a lecturer for many years, and is the author of Reading the Way of Things: Towards a New Technology of Making Sense.

“Vulnerability,” by Daniel Coffeen

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Episode 78: Daniele Bolelli at Renegade University

Daniele Bolelli is the host of the History on Fire podcast. This episode was recorded at the Renegade University Weekend in Los Angeles. For information and to purchase tickets for the upcoming Renegade University Weekend in Washington, DC, with special guest Kmele Foster, click here:

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Episode 75: Joe

Joe has been a cannabis farmer in Humboldt County, California since 1999. Like many Humboldt growers who operated for years illegally, he is struggling to survive the government’s attempts to rid the newly legal and increasingly corporate industry of people like him.

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Episode 74: Katie Herzog

Katie Herzog is a staff writer at Seattle’s bi-weekly, The Stranger. Her work has been featured on Salon, The Guardian, Vox, Buzzfeed, Fusion, Mother Jones, High Times, and she is a former staff writer at Grist.

Katie’s Twitter: @kittypurrzog

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