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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Adom Getachew. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Adom Getachew, often where they are interviewed.

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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Adom Getachew. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Adom Getachew, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 2: Interview with Dr. Adom Getachew

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In this episode of Second Nature, we speak with Professor of Political Science and the College from the University of Chicago, Dr. Adom Getachew. Dr. Getachew released her first book, Worldmaking After Empire, in Feburary of 2019. In this interview, we discuss her work as well as her thoughts after America's summer of 2020. 

Nov 20 2020 · 46mins
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Politics Theory Other // What happened to the 'blue wave'? w/ Adom Getachew and Branko Marcetic

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Adom Getachew and Branko Marcetic join PTO to talk about the US election results, why the 'blue wave' failed to materialise and how Joe Biden will govern with a Republican senate and a republican majority on the supreme court.

Nov 06 2020 · 33mins

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#101 What happened to the 'blue wave'? w/ Adom Getachew and Branko Marcetic

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Adom Getachew and Branko Marcetic join PTO to talk about the US election results, why the 'blue wave' failed to materialise and how Joe Biden will govern with a Republican senate and a republican majority on the supreme court.
Nov 05 2020 · 33mins
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Protests in Perspective: Lessons from the Past, with Michael Canham & Adom Getachew

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In this "Protests in Perspective" webinar, moderated by Williams University's Professor Neil Roberts, South African government official Michael Canham and University of Chicago's Professor Adom Getachew discuss the 2020 protests in an international and historical context. What can the Movement for Black Lives learn from the anti-apartheid movement? What makes the African American struggle so resonant with minorities and oppressed people around the world?

Oct 27 2020 · 25mins

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Protests in Perspective: Lessons from the Past, with Michael Canham & Adom Getachew

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In this "Protests in Perspective" webinar, moderated by Williams University's Professor Neil Roberts, South African government official Michael Canham and University of Chicago's Professor Adom Getachew discuss the 2020 protests in an international and historical context. What can the Movement for Black Lives learn from the anti-apartheid movement? What makes the African American struggle so resonant with minorities and oppressed people around the world?

Oct 05 2020 · 1hr 34mins
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Politics Theory Other // After Super Tuesday w/ Jodi Dean & Adom Getachew

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Jodi Dean and Adom Getachew join me to chat about Super Tuesday, whether the left underestimated Joe Biden and the implications of Biden's comeback for Bernie Sanders' campaign.

Mar 05 2020 ·
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#78 After Super Tuesday w/ Jodi Dean & Adom Getachew

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Jodi Dean and Adom Getachew join me to chat about Super Tuesday, whether the left underestimated Joe Biden, and the implications of Biden's comeback for Bernie Sanders' campaign.
Mar 05 2020 · 35mins
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The Dig: Worldmaking after Empire with Adom Getachew

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Adom Getachew explains how anticolonial leaders from across the black Atlantic tried to not only cast off European rule but also end empire by constructing an egalitarian global political and economic order in its place.

Thanks to University of North Carolina Press. Check out Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor uncpress.org/book/9781469653662/race-for-profit/

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Oct 27 2019 ·
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Worldmaking after Empire with Adom Getachew

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Adom Getachew explains how anticolonial leaders from across the black Atlantic tried to not only cast off European rule but also end empire by constructing an egalitarian global political and economic order in its place.

Thanks to University of North Carolina Press. Check out Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor uncpress.org/book/9781469653662/race-for-profit/

Please support this podcast with your money at Patreon.com/TheDig
Oct 27 2019 · 1hr 58mins
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Adom Getachew on Anti-colonial Worldmaking

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Students in U.S. history surveys come away from their lessons on World War I with one conflict fresh in their minds: How could Woodrow Wilson, a president who advocated segregation and famously screened the racist film Birth of a Nation in the White House, also have been an architect of the League of Nations and a champion of the self-determination of colonized people in Africa and Asia?

In this episode, we speak with Adom Getachew, who casts Wilson in a different light. She argues that the people who developed ideas of self-determination were instead anti-colonial elites from colonized nations. Wilson worked against their aims and tried to reestablish racial hierarchies and white dominance. These anti-colonial thinkers fought for decolonization as a means to fight global white supremacy and capitalist exploitation of the global South

Oct 09 2019 · 53mins
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