History of Indian and Africana Philosophy
HAP 102 - From Cuba with Love - Juan Rene Betancourt

HAP 102 - From Cuba with Love - Juan Rene Betancourt

June 12, 2022

The Cuban activist and author Juan Rene Betancourt urges racial solidarity and reckons with the revolution under Castro and the island’s turn towards Communism.

HAP 101 - Crossing Paths - the Last Years of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr

HAP 101 - Crossing Paths - the Last Years of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr

May 29, 2022

After 1963, the views of Malcolm X and MLK came closer together, on topics including internationalism, political engagement, and economics.

HAP 100 - Chike Jeffers on the Early Twentieth Century

HAP 100 - Chike Jeffers on the Early Twentieth Century

May 15, 2022

Chike joins Peter to look back at our coverage of Africana philosophy in the first half of the 20th century.

HAP 99 - American Nightmare - Malcolm X

HAP 99 - American Nightmare - Malcolm X

May 1, 2022

The life and career of Malcolm X up to 1963, with a focus on his separatist black nationalism and his critique of non-violent protest.

HAP 98 - Meena Krishnamurthy on Martin Luther King Jr

HAP 98 - Meena Krishnamurthy on Martin Luther King Jr

April 17, 2022

An interview about the role of the emotions, including anger and feelings of dignity, with MLK expert Meena Krishnamurthy.

HAP 97 - American Dream - Martin Luther King Jr.

HAP 97 - American Dream - Martin Luther King Jr.

April 3, 2022

The story of Martin Luther King Jr. up to 1963, focusing on the development of his philosophy of nonviolence.

HAP 96 - A Lover’s War - James Baldwin

HAP 96 - A Lover’s War - James Baldwin

March 20, 2022

In "The Fire Next Time" and other writings, the essayist and novelist James Baldwin seeks to dispel the illusions surrounding racial and sexual difference.

HAP 95 - Black and Blue - Ralph Ellison

HAP 95 - Black and Blue - Ralph Ellison

March 6, 2022

Ralph Ellison provides a new metaphor for the experience of racism in his Invisible Man and tackles topics of art and identity in his essays.

HAP 94 - How Did You Happen? - Richard Wright

HAP 94 - How Did You Happen? - Richard Wright

February 20, 2022

Famous for his incendiary novel Native Son, Richard Wright responds in his multifaceted writings to sociology, communism, colonialism, and existentialism.

HAP 93 - Carole Boyce Davies on Claudia Jones

HAP 93 - Carole Boyce Davies on Claudia Jones

February 6, 2022

Interview guest Carole Boyce Davies joins us to talk about the radical ideas of Claudia Jones. 

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