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Radical Minds is a show that airs every Thursday at 2 PM on WHPK 88.5 FM Chicago. Aired February 8th, 2018, this episode features an interview with Alex Kritikos, SAIC alum and independent Marxist thinker who currently works in advertising, conducted by your hosts, Erin Hagood, Stephanie Gomez, and Will Stratford. 

A short interview conducted by Dane Thomas with Robert Pippin on February 21st, 2018. It was aired as part of a larger show on WHPK on February 22nd. 

Robert Pippin is a professor of philosophy at the University of Chicago, noted for his scholarship on Hegel. His 1989 book Hegel's Idealism: The Satisfactions of Self-Consciousness was a major contribution to Hegel studies.

Radical Minds is a show that airs every Thursday at 2 PM on WHPK 88.5 FM Chicago. Aired February 8th, 2018, this episode features an interview with Adrián M, a member of YDSA at the University of Chicago, conducted by your hosts, Erin Hagood and Stephanie Gomez. 

Radical Minds is a show that airs every Thursday at 2 PM on WHPK 88.5 FM Chicago. Aired February 8th, 2018, this episode features an interview with Kate Evans (author of 'Red Rosa: A Graphic Biography of Rosa Luxemburg') conducted by your hosts, Erin Hagood and Stephanie Gomez. 

** note: some of the audio from the beginning of the interview is missing, due to some technical difficulties while recording this episode in the studio 

From the Zero Books website (Jan, 18, 2018):

" Chris Cutrone is the founder and President of the Platypus Affiliated Society. He is also the author of the rather infamous essay “Why Not Trump?” and other essays such as The Millennial Left is dead and Democratic revolution and the contradiction of capital. In this episode of the Zero Books podcast we discuss the Trump administration’s first year and the left’s various panicked reactions to what Cutrone says is a moment of transition for capitalism itself and US politics in particular."