Dr. Patrick Iber is a UW-Madison historian who studies 20th Century Latin American history and US-Latin American relations at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Among other things, he’s the author […]
“The United States’ obsession with its own magnitude is perhaps one of our must destructive tendencies, and it shows up all over the place,” says rhetorical historian Christa Olson, citing […]
Enrique Chagoya is a painter, printmaker, and professor of Art and Art History at Stanford University. Born and raised in Mexico City, his works juxtaposes secular, popular, and religious symbols […]
For today’s show, Thursday host Allen Ruff has a wide-ranging conversation with author and activist Victor Wallis about the interconnected environmental, social, political, and economic crises facing our society—and the […]
Real-life costumed avengers patrol the streets in Mexico, Honduras, Chile and Colombia. Vinodh Venkatesh tells us the story of Latin America’s real-life superheroes.
Cuba and Haiti have both seen increasing unrest over the past two weeks. Today, Thursday host Allen Ruff puts these crises in context and traces the history of U.S. interference […]