Manufacturing Dissent Since 1996
New interviews throughout the week

LINEUP

Posted by Alexander Jerri

Listen live from 9AM - 1:00PM Central on WNUR 89.3FM / stream at www.thisishell.com / subscribe to the podcast

 

9:15 - Political economist Massimo de Angelis maps out the common course for a post-capitalist society.

Massimo is author of Omnia Sunt Communia: On the Commons and the Transformation to Postcapitalism from Zed Books.

 

10:00 - McMansion Hell's Kate Wagner explores the nightmare architecture of the upwardly mobile.

Kate is the mastermind behind the indispensable website McMansion Hell.

 

10:35 - Black Lives Matter Chicago's Aislinn Pulley and Kofi Ademola discuss fighting the CPD in court.

Black Lives Matter Chicago is part of a class action lawsuit against the City of Chicago and the CPD over police violence.

 

11:05 - Law professor James Forman examines Black involvement throughout the mass incarceration machine.

James is author of Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America from Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

 

12:05 - Live from Paris, Jacob Hamburger surveys the French political landscape, post-Macron victory.

Jacob writes about American politics for Charlie Hebdo.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen laments the end of an ancient Chinese tradition.


Posted by Alexander Jerri

Listen live from 9AM - 1:00PM Central on WNUR 89.3FM / stream at www.thisishell.com / subscribe to the podcast

 

9:15 - Historian Nancy MacLean profiles the libertarian architect of the right's revolutionary plan for America.

Nancy is author of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right's Stealth Plan for America from Viking Press.

 

10:00 - Live from Athens, anarchist Tasos Sagris discusses working within the gaps of austerity-era Greece.

Tasos is a member of the anarchist collective Void Network.

 

10:35 - Anthropologist Nazia Kazi examines class and complicity in an age of anti-Muslim surveillance.

Nazia wrote the article Against a Muslim Misleadership Class for Jacobin.

 

11:05 - Writer Peter Moskowitz explores the legal and corporate mechanisms of gentrification in America.

Peter is author of the new book How to Kill a City: Gentrification, Inequality, and the Fight for the Neighborhood from PublicAffairs.

 

12:05 - Sociologist Joshua Murray explains how capital manufactured Detroit's long decline.

Josh is co-author of the paper "Collateral Damage: How Capital’s War on Labor Killed Detroit" for the journal Catalyst.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen goes in half-cocked on American gun culture.

You can't go full-cocked on the radio in our timeslot. Sorry.


Posted by Alexander Jerri

Listen live from 9AM - 1:00PM Central on WNUR 89.3FM / stream at www.thisishell.com / subscribe to the podcast

 

9:15 - Live from London, Richard Seymour examines Corbyn's rise and a new path for the British left.

Richard wrote the op-ed Corbyn: shifting the possible for the Times Literary Supplement and the essay Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Centre for Salvage.

 

10:05 - Writer Andrea Flynn explains why a class-only politics fails to deliver justice for women of color.

Andrea wrote the report Justice Doesn’t Trickle Down: How Racialized and Gender Rules are Holding Women Back for the Roosevelt Institute.

 

10:35 - Jacobin's Nicole Aschoff charts the downward prospects of Whole Foods-style conscious capitalism.

Nicole wrote the Guardian op-ed Whole Foods represents the failures of 'conscious capitalism.'

 

11:10 - Writer Angela Nagle surveys the dark politics of mass hatred, from Malthus to Pepe.

Angela wrote the Baffler article Enemies of the People and is the author of the soon to be released Kill All Normies, which we'll talk about with her in a few weeks.

 

12:05 - Journalists Maureen Mitra and Candice Bernd explore the toxic (literally) state of mass incarceration.

Maureen and Candice are co-authors of the Truthout / Earth Island Journal report America's Toxic Prisons: The Environmental Injustices of Mass Incarceration.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen ponders our destiny, such as it is. Or might be.

Jeff wasn't super clear about this one.

 


Posted by Alexander Jerri

Listen live from 9AM - 12:00PM Central on WNUR 89.3FM / stream at www.thisishell.com / subscribe to the podcast

 

9:15 - Law scholar Michael J. Glennon examines Trump's battle with the national security state.

Michael wrote the June cover story Security Breach: Trump’s tussle with the bureaucratic state for Harper's.

 

10:05 - Live from Sáo Paulo, Brian Mier reports on the massive resistance movement sweeping post-coup Brazil.

Brian wrote the article Brasilia 24/5: A View from the Ground for Brasilwire.

 

10:35 - Gay Liberation Network's Andy Thayer explores Gay Inc.'s mainstreaming of LGBTQ politics.

Andy wrote the article The LGBTQ Movement is an Intersectional Fail for Counterpunch.

 

11:05 - Geographer Andrew Brooks explains how the Western development agenda expands global poverty.

Andrew wrote the book The End of Development: A Global History of Poverty and Prosperity for Zed Books.


Posted by Alexander Jerri

Listen live from 9AM - 12:45PM Central on WNUR 89.3FM / stream at www.thisishell.com / subscribe to the podcast

 

9:05 - Writer China Miéville explains what Russia, 1917 can teach the post-Soviet, pre-revolutionary world.

China is author of October: The Story of the Russian Revolution from Verso.

 

10:00 - Military whistleblower Lisa Ling reports on life and death inside the secret US drone war.

Lisa, a former technical sergeant on drone surveillance systems, was profiled in the documentary National Bird.

 

11:00 - Journalist Duff McDonald tours the school at the golden heart of global capitalism.

Duff is author of the new book The Golden Passport: Harvard Business School, the Limits of Capitalism, and the Moral Failure of the MBA Elite from Harper Collins.

 

12:00 - Organizer Mariame Kaba looks beyond reform, to the destruction of the prison industrial complex.

Mariame wrote the article Free Us All: Participatory defense campaigns as abolitionist organizing for The New Inquiry.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen yanks your physical and mental chains.

 

 


Posted by Alexander Jerri

Listen live from 9AM - 12:45PM Central on WNUR 89.3FM / stream at www.thisishell.com / subscribe to the podcast

 

9:10 - Attorney Nnennaya Amuchie explains how activists bailed out Black mothers in time for Mother's Day.

Nnennaya worked with BYP100 DC on a local fundraising effort, part of a larger national campaign by the group Southerners On New Ground.

 

9:30 - Historian Julia Ott details the ways a century of American tax policies valued wealth over work.

Julia wrote the article How Tax Policy Created the 1% for Dissent.

 

10:05 - Economist Mark Weisbrot explains why Marine Le Pen's electoral defeat is not a victory for the French left.

Mark wrote the articles Curb Your Enthusiasm: Macron Is Just The Beginning Of A New Fight For France And Europe for Huffington Post and How the Eurozone Damaged French Politics—and This Year’s Presidential Election for The Nation.

 

10:35 - Immigration researcher Karina Moreno profiles Muslim/Latino solidarity in the Trump era.

Karina wrote the artilce A Politics of Solidarity for Jacobin.

 

11:05 - Zoologist Bill Schutt examines our long, bloody, somewhat recent history of cannibalism.

Bill wrote the book Cannibalism: A Perfectly Natural History from Algonquin Books.

 

12:00 - Journalist Sharon Lerner reports on the large-scale poisoning of a small, poor town in Louisiana.

Sharon wrote the article The Plant Next Door for The Intercept.

 

12:30 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen gets his money back from Adam Smith.

Jeff is hosting the "What Is Capitalism" Contest at Seattle's Red May on Sunday.


Posted by Alexander Jerri

Listen live from 9AM - 1:00PM Central on WNUR 89.3FM / stream at www.thisishell.com / subscribe to the podcast

 

9:15 - Economist Kate Raworth outlines the ideas re-shaping our understanding of 21st century economics.

Kate is author of Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist from Chelsea Green.

 

10:00 - Consumer advocate Ralph Nader discusses ways of challenging power in the 21st century.

Ralph is author of Breaking Through Power: It's Easier Than We Think from City Lights.

 

10:35 - Our Man in San Juan, Dave Buchen reports back from the May Day general strike in Puerto Rico.

Dave got teargassed twice, if you were wondering about his credentials.

 

11:05 - Mathematician Eugenia Cheng explores the beautiful dream of infinity.

Eugenia is author of Beyond Infinity: An Expedition to the Outer Limits of Mathematics from Basic Books.

 

12:05 - Christine Ahn explains why everyone on the Korean Peninsula wants peace but the United States.

Christine wrote the article  The High Costs of US Warmongering Against North Korea for Truthout.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen just mostly babbles about sanity.

Jeffy is hosting the "What Is Capitalism" Contest at Seattle's Red May next weekend. Go to it.


Posted by Alexander Jerri

Listen live from 9AM - 1:00PM Central on WNUR 89.3FM / stream at www.thisishell.com / subscribe to the podcast

 

9:15 - Historian Timothy Snyder examines our present for signs of tyranny in our future.

Timothy is author of the new book On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century from Tim Duggan Books.

 

10:05 - Live from St. Petersberg, writer Yasha Levine reports on hacking hysteria and myth of cyber security.

Yasha wrote the article From Russia, With Panic for The Baffler.

 

11:05 - Peace activist Kathy Kelly reports on the US-supplied slaughter of innocents in Yemen.

Kathy wrote the piece The Shame of Killing Innocent People for Common Dreams.

 

11:35 - The Oakland Institute's Anuradha Mittal explores the military occupation of land in post-war Sri Lanka.

The Oakland Institute just published the report Justice Denied: A Reality Check on Resettlement, Demilitarization and Reconciliation in Sri Lanka.

 

12:10 - Julia Buxton examines the persistently dysfunctional nature of Venezuela's anti-Chavista opposition.

Julia wrote the article Situation Normal in Venezuela: All Fouled Up for NACLA Report on the Americas.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen eulogizes one of his organs.

Organ TBD, BTW.

 


Posted by Alexander Jerri

Listen live from 9AM - 1:00PM Central on WNUR 89.3FM / stream at www.thisishell.com / subscribe to the podcast

 

9:15 - Live from Ankara, Max Zirngast explains what Turkey lost in Erdoğan's referendum victory.

Max is co-author of the recent articles Voting on Dictatorship and Ten Thoughts on the Turkish Referendum for Jacobin.

 

10:05 - CIP Americas Director Laura Carlsen reports from the moving migrant-rights protest, Caravan Against Fear.

Laura will be reporting somewhere from Texas, follow her and the Caravan Against Fear on their Facebook page.

 

10:35 - Live from Paris, Philippe Marlière examines Mélenchon's shift from leftist to populist in the French elections.

Phillippe wrote the article French tragedy or farce: the 2017 presidential election for openDemocracy.

 

11:05 - Psychologist Renee Engeln discusses beauty sickness in the media and minds of girls and women.

Renee is author of Beauty Sick: How the Cultural Obsession with Appearance Hurts Girls and Women from Harper Collins.

 

12:05 - Journalists Jessica Bruder and Dale Maharidge explain how they became Snowden's (unknowing) data smugglers.

Jessica and Dale wrote the Harper's cover story Snowden’s Box: The human network behind the biggest leak of all.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen whitewashes Ijeoma Oluo's article on Rachel Dolezal in The Stranger.

Not touching this one. Please @ Jeffy.