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A weekly discussion from the editors of Contrivers' Review.

Cover Art: This photograph is part of the Fonds André Cros, preserved by the city archives of Toulouse and released under CC BY-SA 4.0 license by the deliberation n°27.3 of June 23rd, 2017 of the Town Council of the City of Toulouse.

The Public Sphere Contrivers' Review

    • Nachrichten

A weekly discussion from the editors of Contrivers' Review.

Cover Art: This photograph is part of the Fonds André Cros, preserved by the city archives of Toulouse and released under CC BY-SA 4.0 license by the deliberation n°27.3 of June 23rd, 2017 of the Town Council of the City of Toulouse.

    Free as in Market

    Free as in Market

    Pete and Luke talk about Elizabeth Anderson’s Tanner Lectures in Human Values: "Liberty, Equality, and Private Government." Anderson says we don’t really understand the relationship between the “free market” and some of our most cherished political ideals, namely freedom and equality. This has lead us to overlook how the modern workplace has become politically authoritarian even as it is championed by free market ideologues.

    The Public Sphere is a podcast from Contrivers Review.

    • 51 Min.
    The New Left

    The New Left

    Rafael Khachaturian and Sean Guillory visit to talk about their new article "Mapping the American Left." Both have been on the podcast before. Their article lists a few challenges faced by the Left in America.
    The Public Sphere is a podcast from Contrivers Review.

    • 1 Std.
    Reacting to the State of Emergency

    Reacting to the State of Emergency

    In a shorter episode, Pete and Luke are astounded by President Trump's declaration of a State of Emergency in order to find money for his border wall. The Public Sphere is a podcast from Contrivers Review.

    • 24 Min.
    Research Interests: Neoliberalism

    Research Interests: Neoliberalism

    A discussion about neoliberalism as a political and theoretical concept arising out of research research and reading. The Public Sphere is a podcast from Contrivers' Review.

    • 38 Min.
    The Literal Opium of the Masses

    The Literal Opium of the Masses

    Pete and Luke discuss a controversial article from Andrew Sullivan, "America's New Religions," in New York Magazine. They debate the differences between small-L liberalism and small-C conservatism in political theory. They also probe the role played by religion in providing the background cultural resources for stable political disagreements (as Sullivan seems to believe it must).

    The Public Sphere is a podcast from Contrivers Review.

    • 48 Min.
    Representing the Working Class

    Representing the Working Class

    Pete talks with frequent guest Wes Bishop about how politics (mis-)characterizes and stereotypes the working class.

    Wes Bishop, "The Public Stage: The Working Class in Theatrical Representations and the Fear of America’s Declining Public Sphere," South Atlantic Review 2018 (20:3) 130-149.

    The Public Sphere is a podcast from Contrivers Review.

    • 49 Min.

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