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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Emma Goldman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Emma Goldman, often where they are interviewed.

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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Emma Goldman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Emma Goldman, often where they are interviewed.

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VABF Day 2: Kathy Ferguson on Emma Goldman's Women and Anarchism As ‘A Movement Of The Book’

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Kathy Ferguson is an US-American author, political philosopher, feminist, historian, anarchist, and professor of political science and women's studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. She has authored one of the best critical biographies of renowned anarchist Emma Goldman: Emma Goldman: Political Thinking in the Streets.

Visit http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kferguso/ to learn about the 1000 women who helped build the anarchist movement during Emma Goldman’s life time.

Sep 15 2020 · 42mins
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6: Emma Goldman

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This one is about: Emma Goldman, the mother of Anarchy. Her biography and views on female emancipation.

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- Jewish Women's Archive. "Emma Goldman - A Dedicated Anarchist - Jacob Kershner."

- Falk, Candace. "Emma Goldman." Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia. 27 February 2009. Jewish Women's Archive.

- Jewish Women's Archive. "Emma Goldman's "What I Believe".

- Waldstreicher, David. "Radicalism, Religion, Jewishness: The Case of Emma Goldman." American Jewish History 80, no. 1 (1990): 74-92.

- GURSTEIN, ROCHELLE. "Emma Goldman and the Tragedy of Modern Love." Salmagundi, no. 135/136 (2002): 67-89.

- Hemmings, Clare. "Sexual Freedom and the Promise of Revolution: Emma Goldman's Passion." Feminist Review, no. 106 (2014): 43-59.

- Hemmings, Clare. "In the Mood for Revolution: Emma Goldman's Passion." New Literary History 43, no. 3 (2012): 527-45.

- Kern, Robert W. "Anarchist Principles and Spanish Reality: Emma Goldman as a Participant in the Civil War 1936-39." Journal of Contemporary History 11, no. 2/3 (1976): 237-59.

- Frankel, Oz. "Whatever Happened to "Red Emma"? Emma Goldman, from Alien Rebel to American Icon." The Journal of American History 83, no. 3 (1996): 903-42.

Sep 12 2020 · 42mins

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Emma Goldman and Her Boys

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“You have to be a messy queen to change the world”. Join Quinn and Daria Kucher as we follow Cancer queen and radical anarchist Emma Goldman through her dating life reminding all of us out there in the fight for a better world that it’s okay to like flowers, dancing, and boys at the same time.

To get in touch, you can follow me a @quinnlarouxdrag on instagram or @quinnlaroux on twitter

To support Loose please check out patreon.com/loosepodcast where you can find extra content and snippets from conversations in this weeks episode

Music provided through Epidemic Sound included Time for a Riot by Honeycutts

Sources used in this week's episode included:

Living My Life by Emma Goldman

Sep 08 2020 · 51mins
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Episode 14: Women in Leftism - Emma Goldman

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In today’s episode, we discuss about anarchist thinker and activist Emma Goldman. As we talk about Goldman’s biography, we’ll look at the philosophy of anarchism, propaganda of the deed, the Homestead Strike, the McKinley Assassination, Sacco and Vanzetti, the Spanish Civil War, anti-militarism, anti-imperialism, and the patriarchy.

And in our organization corner, we find out which famous communists we are! Really, it just comes down to cigars, wine, and Greek gods. 

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Aug 13 2020 · 1hr 46mins

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Fifth Estate Live with Kathy Ferguson, author of Emma Goldman: Political Thinking in the Streets.

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I spend the hour talking with Fifth Estate contributor, author, and professor at the University of Hawaii, Kathy Ferguson.

Jun 23 2020 · 1hr 1min
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8. "Good" Crimes: Emma Goldman & Irena Sendler

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Our pets are the only thing keeping us sane during this pandemic. We briefly ponder the family status of our pets...are they our pseudo siblings? Parents? Children? Eventually, we keep things light by talking about some good crimes. Nathalie starts us off with the story of Emma Goldman, a political activist and writer. Goldman was an anarchist who championed for women’s and worker’s rights. She illegally distributed information about birth control and was arrested many times for her protests. Rachel tells the story of Irena Sendler, a Polish social worker who smuggled children out of German-occupied Warsaw during World War II. She was arrested by the Gestapo and tortured, but she refused to give up the names of the children or her associates.

Music by Joseph McDade www.patreon.com/josephmcdade/posts

Nathalie's Sources


Rachel's Sources:

Irena Sendler

Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project, by Jack Mayer

Irena Sendler, Lifeline to Young Jews, is Dead at 98, by Dennis Hevesi

Irena Sendler, Polish Social Worker, by The Editors of the Encyclopedia Britannica

Irena Sendler

May 28 2020 · 42mins
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How anarchy and Emma Goldman inspires one of the coolest companies in America - Interview with Ari Weinzweig of Zingermans

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Today’s interview is with Ari Weinzweig is CEO and co-founding partner of Zingerman's Community of Businesses, a gourmet food business group headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. Inc. Magazine described Zingerman's as the "Coolest Small Company in America”. Meanwhile, they have been featured in the Harvard Business Review and on MSNBC for their business practices and Bo Burlingham in his book, Small Giants, cited Zingerman's as a model for organizations that define success more creatively than just "getting as big as we can as fast as we can”. Ari joins me today to talk about what anarchy can teach us about leadership, culture and customer service, Emma Goldman, building a progressive business and what we should be thinking about when it comes to improving customer experience.

This interview follows on from my recent interview – We are moving from a ticketing age to a conversational age – Interview with Mads Fosselius of Dixa – and is number 336 in the series of interviews with authors and business leaders that are doing great things, providing valuable insights, helping businesses innovate and delivering great service and experience to both their customers and their employees.

Mar 29 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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If I Can’t Dance — The Emma Goldman Story

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In this episode, we take a deep dive into the history of the Anarchist Movement with the story of the most important anarcha-feminists of the 20th century — Emma Goldman.

From immigrant teen, to the ‘most dangerous woman in America’, we’ll take a look at Emma’s fights and struggles, her defeats and her heartbreaks. We’ll examine the progress she helped make for woman and the working class, and we’ll discover the human being behind the propaganda.

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Mar 10 2020 · 37mins
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Episode 30 - Emma Goldman

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Episode 30! Can you believe it? For a little inspiration in these grim political times, podcast producer & presenter Susan Stone chooses a brand spanking new presentation from Dead Ladies Show co-founder Florian Duijsens. 

Our other dear co-founder Katy Derbyshire joins in on the comfy couch to introduce the fabulous Emma Goldman. This anarchist philosopher, activist, and writer was determined, persistent, and sure in her convictions. Which, duly, got her convicted. Often called Red Emma, she’s surely no true role model, but a heck of a lot of fun to learn about. 

Susan and Katy also talk about the inaugural Emma Goldman Awards that just took place in Vienna, and provide some rather poppy musical inspiration. 

Find all relevant photos and links - a veritable Emma Goldman extravaganza - in our show notes:  https://deadladiesshow.com/2020/02/14/podcast-30-emma-goldman/

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The Dead Ladies Show is a series of entertaining and inspiring talks about women who achieved amazing things against all odds, presented live in Berlin and beyond. This podcast is based on that series. Because women's history is everyone's history.

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Feb 14 2020 · 38mins
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Ep. 1550 Michael Malice on Anarchism and Emma Goldman

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Michael and I discuss some of the work of Emma Goldman, the left-wing anarchist who held many objectionable and even preposterous views, but who was a genuinely interesting thinker who defied cookie-cutter classification.
Dec 07 2019 · 42mins