Podcasts

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The list of links below is for people who want to listen to early episodes directly without subscribing to the podcast feed, but we haven’t kept it updated with more recent episodes. For accessing all episodes, old and new we strongly suggest just subscribing the podcast in Apple Podcasts or any other pod catcher (just search for Culture Power Politics in any relevant app and you’ll find it).

Podcasts of Previous Sessions (excepting the most recent ones) are here:

Session 1: Neoliberal Common Sense

Session 2: Power and the Self 

Session 3: The Politics of the Unconscious

Sessions 4 and 5 we failed to record, sadly

Session 6: Podemos and Radical Democracy

part one

part two 

(At this point the series effectively merges with the ‘Introduction to Cultural Studies’ course at Open School East)

Introduction to Cultural Studies lecture: We Are All Migrants

Introduction to Cultural Studies: Computer World 

Introduction to Cultural Studies: Neoliberalism as an ideological cultural project

Introduction to Cultural Studies: This is What a Feminist Looks Like

Introduction to Cultural Studies: Queer as Folk

Introduction to Cultural Studies: The Multitude and the Metropolis

Introduction to Cultural Studies:Can You Feel It? Deleuze & Guattari, Schizoanalysis, Affect

How did we get here? Radical Histories of the UK 1974-85

Where are we going? The Politics of the Future

Who Broke Britain? 

The End of Neoliberalism?  Part One

The End of Neoliberalism?  Part Two

The End of Neoliberalism?  Part Three

Democracy is in the Streets: Fifty Years of 1968

Work, Debt, Creativity, Resistance: An Introduction to the thought of Maurizio Lazzarato

Wars and Capital: with Éric Alliez and Maurizio Lazzarato

Eyes Right: Trumpism, Brexit and the rise of the alt-right

Hegemony Now: Power in the Twenty-First Century (I)

The Right to the City: politics, place and policy in neoliberal London

PFI: The Financialisation of Everything 

Hegemony Now: Power in the Twenty-First Century (2)

Generation Left

The Deserving Rich?