35. Stuart Schrader / Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing (repost)
Failed State Update
Stuart Schrader is a Lecturer/Assistant Research Scientist in Sociology at Johns Hopkins University and the author of Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing. In this episode of Failed State Update, we talk about the little-understood facts that the United States is an empire, and that what our police do at home has a striking resemblance to what our military does overseas. Of course, this has some very serious implications for the current resistance movement that's been so busy on the streets of America since the murder of George Floyd.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/failedstateupdate/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/failedstateupdate/support
#180 The Transformation of American Policing w/ Stuart Schrader
The Road to Now
The confrontations between demonstrators and police that have taken place in the last few months have resulted in a national debate about law enforcement. The expanded use of Federal officers in American cities and the use of unmarked vehicles to detain citizens are concerning recent developments, but some scholars have pointed out that these tactics bear striking similarities to the strategies pursued by the US abroad. In this episode, Ben & guest co-host Alex Galarza speak w/ Johns Hopkins’ Stuart Schrader about the ways that US counterinsurgency abroad came to transform American policing from the 20th century to today. Dr. Stuart Schrader is Lecturer/Assistant Research Scientist in Sociology and the Associate Director of the Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship at Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing (University of California Press, 2019) and has contributed to several major media outlets, including The Washington Post, The Nation & American Quarterly. You can follow him on twitter at @stschrader1. This week’s guest co-host Alex Galarza is Digital Scholarship Librarian at the University of Delaware. He is a specialist on Latin American history with a focus on the history of sport. Alex also appeared in RTN #99 The History & Politics of the World Cup w/ Alex Galarza & Matt Negrin. You can follow Alex on twitter at @galarzaalex. This episode was edited by Aaron Weber. The Road to Now is part of the Osiris Podcast Network.
Nostalgia Trap - Episode 209: World Police Comes Home w/ Stuart Schrader
Stuart Schrader is a Lecturer and Assistant Research Scientist in Sociology at Johns Hopkins University, and the author of Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing. In this conversation, he shares details from the book about the Office of Public Safety, a 1960s American Cold War project that gave U.S. aid to counter-revolutionary police forces around the globe. As Schrader’s work documents, the expansion of domestic police powers in the post-World War II mirrored, and was in fact a critical element of, the larger project of global American empire.
Stuart Schrader stops by the podcast to discuss his book, "Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing", along with the recent protests against police brutality, the massive changes in policing that came out of the fight for civil rights in the 60's, and where the empire of cops is headed in the future.Buy Stuart's book right here at UC Press. After clicking the link, under the cover image for the book, click "Create a flyer for this title", and it creates a 30% off coupon if you purchase it through UC Press. Wherever you buy, be sure to buy from an independent bookstore.Stuart Schrader is the Associate Director of the Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship and a Lecturer / Assistant Research Scientist at John Hopkins University. He is also affiliated with the 21st Century Cities Initiative and received his PhD in American Studies from NYU in 2015. Before coming to Hopkins, Stuart was a postdoctoral fellow at the Charles Warren Center at Harvard University and the Center for the United States and the Cold War at the Tamiment Library at New York University. At Hopkins, Stuart teaches courses on police and prisons, Black social movements, and critical race theory, listed in Africana Studies, International Studies, Political Science, and Sociology.Let me guess. You're enjoying the show so much, you'd like to leave us a review?! Click here for Stitcher. Click here for Apple Podcasts. Click here for our Facebook page.Email us at email@example.comCheck out our t-shirt store on Spreadshirt.comNot a contributor on Patreon? You're missing out on amazing bonus content! Sign up to be one of our patrons today! - www.patreon.com/fortressonahillA special thanks to our Patreon honorary producers - Will Ahrens, Fahim Shirazee, James O'Barr, Adam Bellows, Eric Phillips, Paul Appell, Julie Dupris, Thomas Benson, Emma P, Janet Hanson, Lawrence Taylor, Tristan Oliver, Marwan Marwan, and the Statist Quo Podcast. You all are the engine that helps us power the podcast. Thank you so much!!!Not up for something recurring like Patreon, but want to give a couple bucks?! Visit Paypal.me/fortressonahill to contribute!!Fortress On A Hill is hosted, written, and produced by Chris 'Henri' Henrikson, Danny Sjursen, and Keagan Miller.Intro / outro music "Fortress on a hill" written and performed by Clifton Hicks. Clifton's Bandcamp page; Clifton's Patreon pageCover and website art designed by Brian K. Wyatt Jr. of B-EZ Graphix Multimedia Marketing Agency in Tallehassee, FLNote: The views expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts alone, expressed in an unofficial capacity, and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Army, Department of Defense, or the U.S. government.
July 29, 2020 - Ryan Cooper | Stuart Schrader | Robert Draper
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Dig: Cops and Counterinsurgency with Stuart Schrader
Our police system is a product of Cold War US imperialism too. Dan interviews Stuart Schrader on Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing.Support this podcast with your money at patreon.com/TheDig Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Our police system is a product of Cold War US imperialism too. Dan interviews Stuart Schrader on Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing. Support this podcast with your money at patreon.com/TheDig
How Empire is an Accomplice to the Murder of George Floyd, with Stuart Schrader
The Gateway - A Podcast from the Middle East
Al Bawaba's guest for this week's Gateway podcast argues that this way of thinking underestimates the intimacy and shared outlook police have with the military.Al Bawaba spoke with Stuart Schrader, who is a lecturer at Johns Hopkins University, Associate Director of the university’s Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship and author of the book Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing.
June 14, 2020 - Malcolm Nance | Stuart Schrader | Steven Simon
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