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Author and journalist John Washington returns to the podcast to discuss the case for open borders. He places the current political rhetoric and policy fixated on the "border crisis" many Western nations are facing, particularly the United States, within the historical and material context of what the modern nation-state actually is. Stripping down …
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Writer and organizer Andrew Lee joins me to discuss their new book Defying Displacement: Urban Recomposition and Social War, published through AK Press and the Institute for Anarchist Studies. Defying Displacement grounds itself in one of the main sites of contemporary class struggle: communities facing the multi-headed hydra of gentrification. And…
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Writer and organizer Andrew Lee joins me to discuss their new book Defying Displacement: Urban Recomposition and Social War, published through AK Press and the Institute for Anarchist Studies. Defying Displacement grounds itself in one of the main sites of contemporary class struggle: communities facing the multi-headed hydra of gentrification. And…
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This is a segment of episode 363 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “The Jail is Everywhere: The Quiet Jail Boom & The Insidious Logic Of Carceral Humanism w/ Lydia Pelot-Hobbs & Jack Norton.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/pelothobbes-nortonLearn more about The Jail is Everywhere and purchase a copy from …
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Investigative journalist Arun Gupta returns to the podcast to report on the pro-Palestine student encampments that have bloomed on university and college campuses across the United States and around the world over the past several weeks. He has been documenting the protests on campuses across New York City, including Columbia University and City Co…
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This is a segment of episode 362 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “Tourism Is A Prism: Cultural Homelessness & The Consequences Of Hypermobility w/ Chris Christou.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/chris-christouLearn more about The End of Tourism and subscribe: https://www.theendoftourism.com / https://ch…
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Lydia Pelot-Hobbs and Jack Norton, co-editors of the collection The Jail is Everywhere, join me in this interview to discuss the “quiet jail boom” in numerous counties across the United States. They examine how the county jail has become the preeminent site of the adaptive, expansive, and shapeshifting carceral state, as well as the local and natio…
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Lydia Pelot-Hobbs and Jack Norton, co-editors of the collection The Jail is Everywhere, join me in this interview to discuss the “quiet jail boom” in numerous counties across the United States. They examine how the county jail has become the preeminent site of the adaptive, expansive, and shapeshifting carceral state, as well as the local and natio…
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This is a segment of episode 361 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “To The Trees: Diversifying Tactics To Defend The Sacred w/ Eleanor Goldfield.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/eleanor-goldfieldLearn more about To The Trees and how to watch: https://tothetreesfilm.com / https://eleanorg.gumroad.comJourna…
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Chris Christou joins me in this winding discussion to explore the subjects and themes raised in his phenomenal podcast, The End of Tourism, described as “a project about the deep causes and consequences of tourism, wanderlust, spectacle, exile,” and “an invitation into the local resistance and resilience movements in the face of each of these thing…
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Chris Christou joins me in this winding discussion to explore the subjects and themes raised in his phenomenal podcast, The End of Tourism, described as “a project about the deep causes and consequences of tourism, wanderlust, spectacle, exile,” as well as “an invitation into the local resistance and resilience movements in the face of each of thes…
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This is a segment of episode 360 “A Hundred Years Of Covid: Plague As A Process, Not An Event w/ Nate Bear.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/nate-bearSubscribe to Nate Bear’s newsletter, Do Not Panic!: https://www.donotpanic.newsSocial critic and writer Nate Bear joins me to discuss his work over the yea…
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Journalist and filmmaker Eleanor Goldfield joins me to discuss her documentary To the Trees, which documents humankind’s relationship to the sacred Redwoods and the tactics tree defenders use to protect old-growth forests from the clear-cutting practices of the lumber industry. In our discussion, Eleanor disputes the claims made by the industry of …
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Journalist and filmmaker Eleanor Goldfield joins me to discuss her documentary To the Trees, which documents the sacred Redwoods and the tactics tree defenders use to protect old-growth forests from the clear-cutting practices of the lumber industry. In our discussion, Eleanor disputes the claims made by the industry of practicing sustainable harve…
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Social critic and writer Nate Bear joins me to discuss his work over the years communicating his insights into the intersections between the ongoing pandemic, human-caused climate disruption, and biospheric collapse. Nate describes how the abandonment of the population to repeated infection, mass illness, and death, is layered into the compounding …
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Social critic and writer Nate Bear joins me to discuss his work over the years communicating his insights into the intersections between the ongoing pandemic, human-caused climate disruption, and biospheric collapse. Nate communicates how the abandonment of the population to repeated infection, mass illness, and death, is layered in the compounding…
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This is a segment of episode 357 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “The Ambiguous Utopia: Fiction, History, & Hope In A Dying World w/ Margaret Killjoy.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/margaret-killjoy-2Learn more about Margaret’s work: https://linktr.ee/margaretkilljoyFiction, as Margaret Killjoy points …
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This is a segment of episode 356 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “Off The Charts: Climate Data, Doomerism, & Deceptive Expectations w/ Eliot Jacobson.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/eliot-jacobsonLearn more about Eliot Jacobson’s work: https://climatecasino.netClimate science communicators like Eliot J…
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This is a segment of episode 359 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “Earth’s Greatest Enemy: The US Military-Industrial Complex Is A Climate Behemoth w/ Abby Martin.” Listen to the full interview: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/abby-martinLearn more about Earth’s Greatest Enemy: https://earthsgreatestenemy.comIndependent journalist a…
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This is a segment of episode 358 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “Declare Long Covid A National Emergency: “Moonshot Kills” w/ Long Covid Action Project.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/lcap-activistsLearn more about the Long Covid Action Project and how to participate: https://longcovidactionproject.co…
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This is a segment of episode 359 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “Earth’s Greatest Enemy: The US Military-Industrial Complex Is A Climate Behemoth w/ Abby Martin.” Listen to the full interview: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/abby-martinIn this segment of my interview with independent journalist and documentary filmmaker Abby Marti…
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Independent journalist and documentarian Abby Martin joins me to discuss Earth's Greatest Enemy, a feature length documentary that examines one of the largest polluters and contributors to global climate change in the world: the United States military. I ask Abby what the seeds of this massive project were, and why the military-industrial complex i…
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Long Covid Action Project [LCAP] activists Stephanie and Linda, along with journalist and LCAP founder Joshua Pribanic, join me in this impromptu interview to discuss the recent direct action Linda and Stephanie participated in at the Senate HELP Committee Hearing on January 18, ostensibly held to address the ongoing and growing Long Covid crisis i…
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Anarchist writer, musician, and podcaster Margaret Killjoy returns to the podcast to discuss the political act of writing fiction and imagining the “ambiguous utopia.” I ask Margaret to define what hope is or can be, and how her work communicating the stories of radical individuals and movements during pivotal moments throughout history on her podc…
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Independent journalist and documentarian Abby Martin joins me to discuss Earth's Greatest Enemy, a feature length documentary that examines one of the largest polluters and contributors to global climate change in the world: the United States military.Listen to the full interview: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness…
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Eliot Jacobson—climate science communicator and “know-it-all doomer”—joins me to discuss his eclectic background, why climate change data in 2023 was off the charts, and what it means to be a doomer at his stage of climate and ecological breakdown.Eliot Jacobson, PhD is a retired professor of mathematics and computer science, retired casino consult…
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This is a segment of 355 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “The Ongoing Nakba: The Hundred Years’ War On Palestine w/ Rashid Khalidi.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/rashid-khalidiPurchase a copy of The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine at Bookshop: https://bit.ly/3GTaCeProfessor and historian Rashid Khalid…
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This is a segment of 355 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “The Ongoing Nakba: The Hundred Years’ War On Palestine w/ Rashid Khalidi.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/rashid-khalidiPurchase a copy of The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine at Bookshop: https://bit.ly/3GTaCeProfessor and historian Rashid Khalid…
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This is a segment of episode 354 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “True West: Myth & Mending In The American West w/ Betsy Gaines Quammen.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/betsy-gaines-quammen-2Purchase a copy of True West from Bookshop: https://bit.ly/3TjfJfMHistorian and author Betsy Gaines Quammen retu…
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UNLOCKED: Anarchist writer, musician, and podcaster Margaret Killjoy returns to the podcast to discuss the political act of writing fiction and imagining the “ambiguous utopia”—à la Ursula LeGuin’s The Dispossessed and Killjoy’s A Country of Ghosts. I ask Margaret to define what hope is or can be, and how her work communicating the stories of radic…
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Professor and historian Rashid Khalidi joins me to discuss his book The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine: A History of Settler Colonialism and Resistance, 1917-2017. Professor Khalidi weaves his multigenerational familial roots to historic Palestine with decades of academic scholarship to present a narrative that plainly addresses the so-called Isra…
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Professor and historian Rashid Khalidi joins me to discuss his book The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine: A History of Settler Colonialism and Resistance, 1917-2017. Professor Khalidi weaves his multigenerational familial roots to historic Palestine with decades of academic scholarship to present a narrative that plainly addresses the so-called Isra…
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This is a segment of episode 353 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “A Nation For A Nation: Full-Scale Revenge; Antisemitic Zionism w/ Shane Burley.” Listen to the two-part episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/shane-burley-5Read Shane’s article The Story of a Post-Holocaust Group Seeking Revenge Against Nazis is Part of the Story …
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Historian and author Betsy Gaines Quammen returns to the podcast to discuss her new book, True West: Myth and Mending on the Far Side of America, published by Torrey House Press. Building on her previous book, American Zion, Gaines Quammen follows the historical roots and trajectories of troubling political trends in the Western United States, deco…
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Eliot Jacobson—climate science communicator and “know-it-all doomer”—joins me to discuss his eclectic background, climate change data, how and why 2023 was off the charts, and what it means to be a doomer.Support the podcast and listen to this interview before the public release: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness…
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In the second part of my two-part interview with author and journalist Shane Burley, we continue our discussion about the contexts that underlie the dramatic escalation of violence by the State of Israel in the Palestinian territories since Hamas’s October 7th attack. We focus on the validity of claims made by pro-Israel Zionists of antisemitism on…
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Journalist and author Shane Burley returns to the podcast to discuss his article The Story of a Post-Holocaust Group Seeking Revenge Against Nazis is Part of the Story of Israel Itself, published by Religion Dispatches. He addresses historical traumas and contexts that underlie, in part, the dramatic escalation of violence by the State of Israel in…
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This is a segment of episode 352 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “Bananas For Socialism: The Horizons Beyond Food Production Under Capitalism w/ Arun Gupta.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/arun-gupta-3Read Arun’s article Bananas for Socialism at Dissent Magazine, part of his Apocalypse Chow column: http…
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Journalist and author Shane Burley returns to the podcast to discuss his article The Story of a Post-Holocaust Group Seeking Revenge Against Nazis is Part of the Story of Israel Itself, published by Religion Dispatches. He addresses historical traumas and contexts that underlie, in part, the dramatic escalation of violence by the State of Israel in…
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Historian and author Betsy Gaines Quammen returns to the podcast to discuss her new book, True West: Myth and Mending on the Far Side of America, published by Torrey House Press. Building on her previous book, American Zion, Gaines Quammen follows the historical roots and trajectories of troubling political trends in the Western United States, deco…
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In this expansive discussion, investigative journalist and food columnist Arun Gupta tackles the extremely online drama between "progrowth" and "degrowth" leftists about one of the cheapest fruits you can find in the supermarket: the banana. Will we have bananas under socialism?Arun Gupta is an investigative reporter who has written for the Guardia…
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In this expansive discussion, investigative journalist and food columnist Arun Gupta tackles the extremely online drama between "progrowth" and "degrowth" leftists about one of the cheapest fruits you can find in the supermarket: the banana. Will we have bananas under socialism? Support the podcast and listen to this interview: https://www.patreon.…
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This is a segment of episode 351 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “The Evolved Nest: Nature’s Way Of Raising Children w/ Darcia Narvaez & G.A. Bradshaw.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/narvaez-bradshawPurchase a copy of The Evolved Nest from Bookshop: https://bit.ly/3EVpbxMDarcia Narvaez returns to the p…
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Darcia Narvaez returns to the podcast, along with co-author G.A. Bradshaw, to discuss their new book, The Evolved Nest: Nature's Way of Raising Children and Creating Connected Communities published by North Atlantic Books.G. A. Bradshaw, PhD, is the founder and director of The Kerulos Center for Nonviolence. Her diagnosis of post-traumatic stress d…
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Darcia Narvaez returns to the podcast, along with co-author G.A. Bradshaw, to discuss their new book, The Evolved Nest: Nature's Way of Raising Children and Creating Connected Communities. Support the podcast and listen to this interview: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewildernessAutor: Patrick Farnsworth
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This is a segment of episode 350 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “Fire Weather: The Petrocene & The Making Of A Beast w/ John Vaillant.” Listen to the full episode and read the transcript: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/john-vaillantPurchase a copy of Fire Weather from Bookshop: https://bit.ly/3s9CqHZAcclaimed author John Vaillant…
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This is a segment of episode 349 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “We Want Them Infected: Contrarian Doctors & The Failed Quest For Herd Immunity w/ Jonathan Howard.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/jonathan-howardLearn more about and purchase We Want Them Infected: https://bit.ly/44JkRwy / https://a.co/d…
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Acclaimed author John Vaillant joins me to discuss Fire Weather: The Making of a Beast, a masterfully written chronicle of the destructive power of fire in the twenty-first century.Fire Weather is an astounding chronicle of the boreal fire that swept through Fort McMurray, Alberta in May 2016. Over the course of 24 hours, the nearly 90,000 resident…
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This is a segment of episode 348 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “The Myth Of Man The Hunter: Human Locomotion & The Diversity Of Foraging Societies w/ Cara Wall-Scheffler.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/cara-wall-schefflerRead ‘The Myth of Man the Hunter: Women’s contribution to the hunt across ethnog…
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