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Podcasts from Columbia University's The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities, where we feature talks with professors about their recent work, publications, novels and more. Hear them read from their work, and also responses from other professors in their fields. We also feature The Trilling Tapes. In this podcast series, we mine the recorded archives--the Trilling Tapes--to uncover and contextualize more than forty years of exceptional critical thought.
 
WCEV's Radio Islam is a Chicago-based talk show, that covers a variety of topics, ranging from news and current affairs to the environment and health. We provide a two-way conversation on the air through a live, call-in talk radio format. Radio Islam broadcasts in America's third largest radio market of 7.8 million listeners and worldwide through live streaming. Daily, 6-7pm Central Standard Time WCEV-1450AM www.radioislam.com
 
Two in-depth interviews every week with scholars, policy makers, and business executives on frontier ideas & urgent issues in our world. Sponsored by the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance and the Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies at Princeton University. Hosted by Tiger Gao '21 and other undergraduate Princetonians. Visit us on policypunchline.com
 
Clear Lake Islamic Center is dedicated to provide information to our community and anyone interested that can help shape their identity as a proper Muslim. We offer videos of lectures and jumaa khutab here for everyone to enjoy. Please feel free to download or share these videos. Sharing is caring.Also, please visit our official website to view our daily calendar... there is ALWAYS something going on at CLIC. Join us.
 
The Center for Global Policy is an independent, nonpartisan, U.S.-based think tank that provides expert analysis and context-specific insight into critical issues facing our nation, with a particular interest and expertise in issues pertaining to politics in the Muslim world. We provide objective and empirical research about the social, political and cultural issues facing Muslim-majority countries so that policymakers will be in a better position to make more informed policy decisions.
 
Audio from ICPB's 9th Educational Seminar: "Combatting the Rise of Jihadist Extemism: ISIS; Its Evil Effects and the True Islamic Response". With guest speakers Abu Khadeejah Abdul-Waahid (Salafi Publications, UK), Abu Muhammad al-Maghribi (Masjid Attawheed, Stone Mountain, GA), and Abu Iyaad Amjad Rafiq (Salafi Publications, UK). Recorded March 13th - March 15th 2015.
 
Recordings from the Islamic Center of Palm Beach's weekend seminar:"Islam's Condemnation of Terrorism"with guest speakers Abu Muhammad al-Maghribi, Abu Khadeejah Abdul-Waahid, and Abul-Hasan Maalik ibn Aadam. We have been witnessing a spike in anti-Islam anti-Muslim sentiment since the Paris and San Bernardino terrorist attacks. Muslims are being painted with a broad brush which has resulted in some people attacking and harming innocent Muslim men and women because of their faith, as well as ...
 
Press Release: Islamic Center of Palm Beach hosting “Islam is Against Extremism” open forum in wake of Orlando mass shooting N. Palm Beach, Florida (June 16th, 2016) - The Islamic Center of Palm Beach (ICPB) is hosting an open forum event entitled “Islam is Against Extremism”, on Friday June 17th, 2016 at 9:00PM in condemnation of the heinous terrorist act in Orlando, Florida that took place last weekend. Islamic scholars around the Muslim world have clarified that murder and any other crimi ...
 
The Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding was founded in 1993 by an agreement between the Fondation pour L'Entente entre Chretiens et Musulmans, Geneva and Georgetown University to build stronger bridges of understanding between the Muslim world and the West as well as between Islam and Christianity. The Center's mission is to improve relations between the Muslim world and the West and enhance understanding of Muslims in the West.
 
Arabic Calligraphy is one of the most beautiful handwriting in the history. It has unique flexibility of drawing letters and words when combine all to gather to create beautiful piece of artwork. Also, when its come to the handwriting Arabic calligraphy is one of the most stylistic scripts in history as far as I know. For example one style has about 12-15 styles that is call Kufi
 
We created this podcast in recognition that there are a number of podcasts for the American “left,” but many of them focus heavily on the organizing of social democrats, progressives, and liberal democrats. Aside from that, on the left we are always fighting a war of ideas and if we do not continue to build platforms to share those ideas and the stories of their implementation from a leftist perspective, they will continue to be ignored, misrepresented, and dismissed by the capitalist media ...
 
Big Brother, the New World Order, and the One World Religion have prepared to track you NOW ... and your every important move, personal and business. RFID chips will contain a unique number, known as the EPC (Electronic Product Code) and will soon replace the present bar code UPC numbering system. A great seaport city will be destroyed that will be a center of Muslim economy and Islamic ideology! Exact details by Prince Handley. What to look for and how to prepare for the end.
 
Lectures broadcasted at the Islamic Center of Palm Beach during Ramadan 1437 (2016) on the topic of Patience and Gratitude from a treatise written by the great scholar, Imam Ibnu Qayyim al-Jawziyyah. Excerpt from the translation:"The present text is an abridged translation of Ibn al-Qayyim’s famous work, ‘Uddat as-Sâbirîn wa Dhâkhirat ash-Shâkirîn (literally, The Equipment of the Patient and the Investment of the Grateful). This work deals with the closely-related topics of patience and grat ...
 
Ansar Hussain Firdousi did his initial studies in Al-Jaamiathul Firdousiya Arabic College, Nagercoil. He, then, graduated as Afzal ul Ulama from Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli. He received his Master in Modern Arabic from Madras University, Chennai.Ansar Hussain Firdousi served as the Imam and Khateeb of Masjid Jamiat Tawheed, Chennai and taught Islamic Studies at Unity Public School, Chennai. He was also a daee at Kuwait Dawah Center.Sheik Ansar Hussain has been delivering talks ...
 
Dr. Mubarak Madani did his initial studies in Dharuth Thowheed Assalafiya, Sri Lanka in 1992. He attained a degree in Shariah Law (B.A.-Islamic Law) from the Islamic University of Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah in 2000. He went on to specialize in Islamic Civilization by completing Master’s in Islamic Civilization from University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka in 2006 and then attaining a Doctorate in Islamic Civilization in from University of Madras, India in 2015. Mubarak Masood Madani taught Islamic ...
 
Big Ideas with Ben Weingarten features compelling long-form conversations with exceptional thinkers and doers on the most important ideas and issues of our time, and all time. Discussions focus on topics ranging from national security and foreign affairs, to economics and politics and philosophy and culture with a classical Liberal bent and a grounding in history. Big Ideas with Ben Weingarten challenges the prevailing progressive orthodoxy with a contrarian conservative/libertarian counter- ...
 
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Join Imam Khalid Latif today along with NYU Muslim Student Leaders Kumail Raza, Mariama Stevenson, Asma Bawla and Maliya Naz at 12:00PM EST for a Jummah Reflection entitled "Contagious Generosity: How To Help Yourself By Helping Others in Need" in which they will discuss the spiritual dimensions of giving and the NYU MSA Charity Week Initiative to …
 
Trey Gowdy is a former federal prosecutor and Congressman from Greenville, South Carolina. Known for his ability to persuade, question, and debate in courtrooms and Congressional hearings, Mr. Gowdy rose to fame within the Repubican Party. He resigned in 2018 when he could no longer tolerate the hyper-partisanship and polarization of political disc…
 
In this episode we interview Amandla Thomas-Johnson, about his new book, Becoming Kwame Ture. Amandla Thomas-Johnson is a British-born writer of African-Caribbean descent. He is based in Dakar, Senegal, from where he covers West Africa. He has reported from a dozen countries, and has covered social movements from Trinidad and Tobago to Chile to Mau…
 
New Books at the Heyman Center: a podcast featuring audio from events at Columbia University, and interviews with the speakers and authors.The End of Landscape in Nineteenth-Century America examines the dissolution of landscape painting in the late nineteenth-century United States. Maggie M. Cao explores the pictorial practices that challenged, mou…
 
Dan Kammen is the Class of 1935 Distinguished Professor of Energy at the UC Berkeley. Well-rounded in issues across the entire energy sphere, Prof. Kammen has also served in both the Obama and Trump administrations among other public facing duties, in addition to being a founder of and advisor to several private companies. In this interview, Prof. …
 
This is a quick special report. In this episode we interview TeleSUR English presenter and Kawsachun News co-founder Camila Escalante. Camila shares with us the latest news coming out of Bolivia today October 19th, after the Movement Toward Socialism seemingly had a resounding victory at the polls yesterday October 18th, returning to power just a y…
 
New Books at the Heyman Center: a podcast featuring audio from events at Columbia University, and interviews with the speakers and authors.From a prizewinning economic historian, an eye-opening reinterpretation of the 2008 economic crisis (and its ten-year aftermath) as a global event that directly led to the shockwaves being felt around the world …
 
Katharina Pistor is Edwin B. Parker Professor of Comparative Law and the director of the Center on Global Legal Transformation at Columbia University. Her most recent book, "The Code of Capital: How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality," examines how assets such as land, private debt, business organizations, or knowledge are transformed into capit…
 
New Books at SOF/Heyman: a podcast featuring audio from events at Columbia University, and interviews with the speakers and authors.In this landmark theoretical investigation, Wael B. Hallaq reevaluates and deepens the critique of Orientalism in order to deploy it for rethinking the foundations of the modern project. Refusing to isolate or scapegoa…
 
In this episode we interview Laura Whitehorn. Laura Whitehorn is a co-founder and organizer with the RAPP Campaign (Release Aging People in Prison). Whitehorn is a veteran organizer of numerous organizations, including Friends of SNCC, the Weathermen, Prairie Fire Organizing Committee, the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee, the May 19th Communist Orga…
 
In his 2019 book "Islam, Authoritarianism, and Underdevelopment: A Global and Historical Comparison," Prof. Ahmet Kuru tackles the question of why Muslim-majority countries have historically exhibited high levels of authoritarianism and low levels of socio-economic development in comparison with the rest of the world. He rejects the two mainstream …
 
An interview with Mari Webel, professor of History at the University of Pittsburgh. The interview focuses on Professor Webel's teaching and research, and the perspectives they provide on the crises of 2020. Dr. Webel's National Humanities Webinar can be found here: nationalhumanitiescenter.org/putting-co…epidemics/. The article on reporting respons…
 
New Books at SOF/Heyman: a podcast featuring audio from events at Columbia University, and interviews with the speakers and authors.Walmart is the largest employer in the world. It encompasses nearly 1 percent of the entire American workforce—young adults, parents, formerly incarcerated people, retirees. Walmart also presents one possible future of…
 
In this episode we interview Craig Gilmore. Gilmore is a prison abolitionist, cofounder of California Prison Moratorium Project, and a member of the Community Advisory board of Critical Resistance. Gilmore shares practical examples of prison abolitionists stopping new prison construction in California and how those examples have helped inform organ…
 
"Seeking Virtue in Finance: Contributing to Society in a Conflicted Industry" is the newest book by JC de Swaan, a lecturer in the economics department at Princeton University, where he is affiliated with the Bendheim Center for Finance, and a partner at Cornwall Capital, a New York-based investment fund that the movie "The Big Short" portrayed. At…
 
Barbara Smith co-founded the seminal Black Feminist Socialist organization the Combahee River Collective and Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press. She is an educator, organizer, scholar and publisher and theorist of Black Feminist politics. In this episode we talk about Barbara Smith’s latest piece on the Hamer-Baker plan to dismantle white supremac…
 
David Pakman hosts The David Pakman Show, an internationally syndicated television, radio, and Internet political program. In 2005, at the age of 21, Pakman began hosting a local radio station as a "hobby", and by 2011 the show aired on 100 stations and outlets. He was for some time the youngest nationally syndicated political host.In this intervie…
 
New Books at SOF/Heyman: a podcast featuring audio from events at Columbia University, and interviews with the speakers and authors.Claudio Lomnitz's most recent book, Nuestra América, is an essay on the story of his maternal grandparents-- and to some degree the story of his father. It starts with a shipwreck, a story of language loss. A reflectio…
 
Arvind Panagariya is Jagdish N. Bhagwati Professor of Indian Political Economy at Columbia University and the former and first Vice Chairman of the National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog). Previously, he was the Chief Economist of the Asian Development Bank. In this interview recorded in the spring of 2019, Prof. Panagariya discuss…
 
Join Imam Khalid Latif for a Jummah Reflection entitled "(De)Constructing Core Beliefs For Contentment With Khalid Latif" in which he will discuss how our perspectives on reality, our decision making, and our sense of stability and contentment all stem from our core beliefs, and how we can break negative core beliefs and replace them with positive …
 
In this episode we talk to author, scholar and educator Dr. Charisse Burden-Stelly. Burden-Stelly is currently a visiting scholar in the Race and Capitalism Project at the University of Chicago. She also serves as an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and Political Science at Carleton College. Along with Dr. Gerald Horne, Burden-Stelly co-auth…
 
New Books at SOF/Heyman: a podcast featuring audio from events at Columbia University, and interviews with the speakers and authors.Calvo and Murillo consider the non-policy benefits that voters consider when deciding their vote. While parties advertise policies, they also deliver non-policy benefits in the form of competent economic management, co…
 
What does it mean to pursue an intellectual life? What are the preconditions for intellectual pursuit, and is it available to everyone? In this long interview, Zena and Tiger go through some of the most contentious debates in academia and beyond – from whether solitude and suffering are required to live out an intellectual life, to whether liberal …
 
Dan Berkovitz is one of the five Commissioners at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). This interview touches on a wide range of matters in financial regulation. We first discuss the functions of the CTFC – how it regulates commodities, futures, and swaps which all play an important role in our markets despite sounding like abstrac…
 
New Books at SOF/Heyman: a podcast featuring audio from events at Columbia University, and interviews with the speakers and authors.You can't copyright facts, but is news a category unto itself? Without legal protection for the "ownership" of news, what incentive does a news organization have to invest in producing quality journalism that serves th…
 
In this episode we interview prisoner movement historians Dan Berger and Toussaint Losier who co-authored the book Rethinking The American Prison Movement. Today is the 49th anniversary of the Attica Rebellion, and in this episode we honor the ongoing tradition of prisoner resistance by examining the history of prisoner movements, and discussing th…
 
An interview with Robin Brooks, professor of Africana Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. The interview focuses on Professor Brooks' teaching and research, and the perspectives they provide on the crises of 2020. Dr. Brooks' essay on RIP Shirts in the journal Biography can be found here: muse.jhu.edu/issue/40025. A Washington Post article that…
 
New Books at SOF/Heyman: a podcast featuring audio from events at Columbia University, and interviews with the speakers and authors.Palestinian refugees’ experience of protracted displacement is among the lengthiest in history. In her breathtaking new book, Ilana Feldman explores this community’s engagement with humanitarian assistance over a seven…
 
New Books at SOF/Heyman: a podcast featuring audio from events at Columbia University, and interviews with the speakers and authors.Peace is a universal ideal, but its political life is a great paradox: "peace" is the opposite of war, but it also enables war. If peace is the elimination of war, then what does it mean to wage war for the sake of pea…
 
What are the SEC enforcement stories behind major cases of fraud such as the Fyre Festival and Elizabeth Holmes’s Theranos, or famous settlements such as with Elon Musk and Wells Fargo? Stephanie Avakian is the Co-Director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement. She has worked on some of the most complex and intriguing investigations, settlements, an…
 
New Books at SOF/Heyman: a podcast featuring audio from events at Columbia University, and interviews with the speakers and authors.In recent political debates there has been a significant change in the valence of the word “experts” from a superlative to a near pejorative, typically accompanied by a recitation of experts’ many failures and misdeeds…
 
In this episode we interview Edward Onaci. Onaci is an associate professor of history at Ursinus College. In this episode, we talk about Onaci’s recent book, Free the Land: The Republic of New Afrika and the Pursuit of a Black Nation-State. In our discussion, Onaci traces the origins of the RNA, the New Afrikan Independence Movement, and this broad…
 
An interview with Rudolph Ware, professor of history at the University of Michigan. The interview focuses on Professor Ware's life and career, particularly his recent book The Walking Qur’an: Islamic Education, Embodied Knowledge, and History in West Africa. The novel we discuss during the conversation is Ambiguous Adventure, by Cheikh Hamidou Kane…
 
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