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Guest hosts:Nadya Ali is a Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Sussex. Her research interests lie at the intersection of border politics, 'race', citizenship, and Britain as a post-imperial nation. She has published on the Prevent strategy, Islamophobia, British Muslims and austerity.Dr Naaz Rashid is a Lecturer in Media and Cu…
 
"[T]he first aim of Dante, in his landscape imagery [in the Earthly Paradise], is to show evidence of this perfect liberty, and of the purity and sinlessness of the new nature, converting pathless ways into happy ones." - John Ruskin For the first episode back from the summer Rachel is joined by Theology Professor Matthew Rothaus Moser to discuss D…
 
Award winning comedian Twayna Mayne joined us to discuss the craft of (sociological) comedy writing and her lived experience and reflections of transracial adoption. Useful links:https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07r9qy3https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/words/ask-me-anything-podcast-production/By Surviving Society
 
Selma James, Sara Callaway, Shanice Octavia McBean & Aviah Day met the Crossroads Women’s Centre in London to discuss Selma's latest book, Our Time is Now: Sex, Race, Class and Caring for People and Planet https://crossroadsbooksonline.net Guest Hosts:Selma James is an antisexist, antiracist, anti-capitalist campaigner. In 1972 she put forward Wage…
 
Alison reflects on the reception of her 2020 book, Me not you: the trouble with mainstream feminism. We discuss disposability, the connection between t**er*fs and racism (& the far right) and we present some hopeful possibilities for our political culture.Useful links: https://manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/9781526155801/…
 
Joy joined us to discuss the impact of her 2020 book - Terraformed: Young Black Lives in the Inner City. We have a wide-ranging conversation about race and class in pandemic times focussing on the intensified neglect and theft of the state, the widening of racialised and classed inequalities during the lockdowns and we interweave some reflections o…
 
We return to themes and lessons from Alana’s 2020 book - ‘Why Race Still Matters’ - to discuss how nations and the far right are attacking the Black Lives Matter movement. We also address how race and power are influencing the Covid-19 conjuncture. Useful links:https://www.alanalentin.net/category/whyracestillmatters/…
 
Nicky joined us to discuss her scholarship on race in both London and Johannesburg and what can be learnt from future and existing anxieties in the largest and wealthiest city in South Africa as a case study for the contemporary global south city.Useful links:https://witspress.co.za/catalogue/anxious-joburg/https://nickyfalkof.com…
 
In our latest episode of our Calibre Podcast, we present a conversation between Mark Toulson, our Head of Watch Buying and Adrian Bosshard, CEO of RADO. They discuss many things, from Mr Bosshard's history with the brand plus new products for the year, including their iconic Captain Cook collection.By Watches of Switzerland
 
Lucy critically outlines some of the remaining colonial entanglements of asylum & refugee policies from the 1951 Geneva Convention, the New Labour years and more contemporary violence enacted by the Home Office.Useful links:https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/socstudies/people/academic-staff/lucy-mayblin https://politybooks.com/?s=Migration+Studies+and+Col…
 
@dar.ig @springs.thread ////////////////////////// Thank you for tuning into the Springs & Thread podcast. Please Rate, Like, Follow, Subscribe, and Review our podcast on your podcast platform. On Ep. 35, we missed Darius. Now on Ep. 36, we are missing Mikey. Let's hope the gang can come back together for Ep. 37!…
 
The Surviving Society team are extremely excited to present #TheSpotlightSeries. In these episodes Chantelle and Tissot take a step back from the mic and handover to both local and global academics, researchers, and community organizers. The Spotlight series continues with the themes from the original Surviving Society podcast focused on race, clas…
 
Zavier joined us to discuss his ongoing research on how changing Ottoman elite conceptions of race, slavery, and blackness in the Ottoman Empire contributed to new forms of racialization of enslaved and manumitted Africans between the 1840s and the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. Useful links:https://as.nyu.edu/content/nyu-as/as/department…
 
“[God] gave you strength to do what your conscience told you was right; and I don’t see that we need any higher or holier strength than that; or wisdom either." - Elizabeth Gaskell, North and South In this episode Rachel and Phoebe discuss North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell. Often dubbed ‘The Victorian Pride and Prejudice’ it is a wonderful love …
 
Michael joined us to discuss themes and arguments about the Labour Party, anti-racism & antisemitism from two of his articles:On "Black Antisemitism" and Antiracist Solidarity - https://newsocialist.org.uk/black-antisemitism-and-antiracist-solidarityAnti-Racism as Procedure - https://prtcls.com/article/richmond_labour-antisemitism/…
 
@springs.thread @heyimmikey @dar.ig // On this episode of the Springs and Thread podcast, we discuss the new Black Bay Ceramic, Off-White AF-1 University Gold, Free Run Trails on SNKRS, Reese Cooper, Bark and Jack's video on Social Media killing the Luxury Watch World, Yeezy Restocks, and we clown Ed for having a Google Pixel yet everything else is…
 
Emmanuel joined us to talk about the strategic and grassroots community responses to Covid-19 in informal settlements in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Emmanuel later shares more about his work in community organisations in Africa focused on disaster risk reduction, poverty reduction, and climate change adaption. Useful links: https://www.degruyter.com/do…
 
“Why is it that of all the billions and billions of strange objects in the Cosmos - novas, quasars, pulsars, black holes - you are beyond doubt the strangest” - Walker Percy Lost in the Cosmos In this episode Rachel is joined by Shane Jenkins to discuss Walker Percy’s satirical self-help book Lost in the Cosmos. In this book Percy explores ideas of…
 
In our latest episode of our Calibre Podcast, we present a conversation between Brian Duffy, our CEO, and Akio Naito, President of Grand Seiko. They discuss many things, from Mr Naito’s long-standing history in the watch world to the history of Grand Seiko, and specific pieces.By Watches of Switzerland
 
In this episode of the Surviving Society Alternative to Woman’s Hour, we explore some themes from the interviews Brenna and Rafeef conducted in their edited collection Revolutionary Feminisms: Conversations on Collective Action and Radical Thought. Useful links:https://www.versobooks.com/books/3182-revolutionary-feminismshttps://www.dukeupress.edu/…
 
In this episode of the Surviving Society Alternative to Woman’s Hour we explore some of the key themes from Francesca’s latest book - The Digital Lives of Black Women in Britain (2020). Useful links: https://www.francescasobande.com/newbookhttps://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9783030466787By Surviving Society
 
“If we insist on keeping Hell (or even earth) we shall not see Heaven: if we accept Heaven we shall not be able to retain even the smallest and most intimate souvenirs of Hell.” ― C.S. Lewis, The Great Divorce In this episode we are delighted to welcome to the show David Bates, co-host of the Pints with Jack podcast. He joins Phoebe and Rachel to d…
 
John joined us to discuss his role as an expert witness for the defence in the professional misconduct cases brought against Birmingham teachers following (false) accusations that they were part of a 'plot to Islamicise schools'.Useful links: https://policy.bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/countering-extremism-in-british-schoolshttps://johnholmwood.net…
 
On this episode of the Springs & Thread Podcast, we discuss: Jordan 7 Flint Jordan 7 PSG Zion 1s Jordan Brand saves the best for Jordan Canned Coke vs Glass Coke Yeezy Line-Up for 2021 Adidas Forum 84s Aimé Leon Dore x New Balance 550s Yeezy Sample Sells for $1.8M Chrome Hearts x Rolls Royce Drizzy Drake Nike x Sacai Vaporwaffle Jordan 2s HIT! Made…
 
In our latest episode of our Calibre Podcast, our Head of Watch Buying, Mark Toulson, and our International Senior Buyer Faye Soteri discuss all the new pieces released at Geneva Watch Fair, Watches and Wonders. They talk through some of the unexpected moments of the fair, and the highlights and histories of some key new pieces.…
 
“‘You will find,’ he explained, ‘that when the kings are bullies who believe in force, the people are bullies too. If I don't stand for law, I won't have law among my people.’” In this episode Rachel and Phoebe discuss the figure of King Arthur in Malory’s Le Morte Darthur, the biblical echoes of his kingship, his attempt to create a just society a…
 
...Black women, education & neurodiversity: In this episode, Chantelle and Vivienne (ADHD Babes) discuss their personal experiences of navigating both life and education with multiple neurodiverse traits.ADHD Babes: ADHD Babes is a community group for Black Women and Black Non-Binary people with ADHD. We create safe spaces for us to flourish and li…
 
Vanessa joins us to discuss black feminist abolitionist analysis, intersectional disability justice and its contexts for policing in Europe. This is a special five part series in collaboration with the official journal of the Institute of Race Relations (IRR), Race & Class. The series begins with an introduction to the history of IRR with Director …
 
Monish joined us to outline the history and contemporary use of electron monitoring (tagging) for criminal sentencing and punishment which was extended under the Asylum and Immigration Act s36 to ‘immigration controls’ of ‘high risk’ individuals. This is a special five part series in collaboration with the official journal of the Institute of Race …
 
"Our Lord began his public life on the Mount of the Beatitudes and closed it on the Mount of Calvary. This books tells the story of how he practiced the meekness, the mercy, and the poverty of the Beatitudes." - Ven. Fulton Sheen In this episode of Risking Enchantment Rachel and Phoebe discuss the short book by Ven. Fulton Sheen called The Cross an…
 
In our latest episode of our Calibre Podcast, our CEO Brian Duffy interviews Christoph Grainger-Herr, CEO of IWC Schaffhausen. They discuss the latest release from the brand, as well as what we can expect in 2021, from Watches & Wonders to new releases.By Watches of Switzerland
 
TW: institutional racism & islamophobiaTarek provides listeners with a brief history of PREVENT and explores how public bodies are ‘trained’ to identify ‘at risk’ individuals in the war on terror. We discuss the racialisation of Muslims, ‘colourblindness’ and how Britain has ‘managed’ dissent.This is a special five part series in collaboration with…
 
Where is the Gap x Yeezy Collection? Yeezy 350 Commericalized Aimé Leon Dore Pronunciation Air Max Month? Kim Jones AM95? CLOT Air Max "Cha"? Throwback to Jansport Bags Adidas x Peloton Hostess Follow-Up Darius' Chocolate Story Nike Air Jordan 1 Patina Citizen Cal. 0020 Mikey's Uses His Flip-Flop Card on the Fifty-Fathoms Piaget Polo Skeleton…
 
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