Michael C. Dawson, founder and former Director of the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture and is the John D. MacArthur Professor of Political Science and the College at the University of Chicago, is the host of this Race and Capitalism Project-initiated podcast series, New Dawn. He invites guests to discuss their research related to race and capitalism. Many episodes have generously been supported by Scholarly Borderlands and Social Science Research Council.
By Michael Dawson
<p>The Rik’s Mind podcast is a long form conversation hosted by Rik Brooks and produced by Jon Anthony Thomson. Guests have included MacArthur Fellows, artists, scientists, historians, strength coaches, Wu-Tang Killa Beez and beyond. Become the captain of your spaceship and expand you mind.</p>
By RMP Media
Well over a quarter century old, Morris and Linda Tannehill’s iconoclastic "The Market for Liberty" is one of the most important books of our time. Written originally in 1970, it is even more relevant now in an era of rapidly vanishing personal liberty caused by an ever more intrusive and expensive government. “The Market for Liberty” is the antidote to years of government indoctrination, lies and misinformation. Using clear and concise language, the Tannehills provide an entire rethinking of the whole organization of society, advocating the use of natural law and voluntary interaction as the basis for it rather than the force and coercion of government.
By Linda and Morris Tannehill
Dr Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author best known for his hypothesis of morphic resonance. Mark Vernon is a psychotherapist and author. Together they discuss: consciousness, prayer, angels, science and spiritual practices, magic, dreams, hell, the unconscious, rituals, enlightenment, atheism, materialism, and more.
By Rupert Sheldrake and Mark Vernon
Tako Tako Talks is a podcast where the hosts talk about society, culture, mental-health through art, literature and other creative human expressions. Their bickering will take you on a journey down their brains, and perhaps those who’re now bound in the past.
By Koi on Air, Ravroop Kaur