Last week, UW-Madison announced a permanent center to expand on the work of the Public History Project. Joining us to talk about the expansion, their recent exhibit Sifting and Reckoning, […]
In his recent article, “What Price “Defense”? – America’s Costly, Dysfunctional Approach to Security Is Making Us Ever Less Safe”, William Hartung writes, “Forging a more sensible American defense strategy […]
“There is a particular attraction in the MAGA block to the most right wing governments around the world: Trump, Netanyahu, Modi in India, Duterte and now Marcos in the Philippines, […]
Sunday, January 8th thousands of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro supporters invaded the Supreme Court, presidential palace and Congress. Some of these protestors had been camped out in Brasilia since […]
Guests George Gonis and Bill Lueders join us to talk about UW-Madison’s decision to remove Fredric March’s name from the university, amid a growing number of scholars, actors, and civil rights advocates who argue that decision was hasty, and should be reconsidered.
Following the death of Mahsa Amini in the custody of the Iranian morality police, women in Iran have been leading the demand for change. Joining us today is Catherine Sameh. […]