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Hummus For Thought

Hummus For Thought

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Hummus For Thought

Hummus For Thought

Hummus For Thought

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Hummus For Thought is a podcast started by Lebanese writer Joey Ayoub and Syrian writer Sarah Hunaidi. Our goal is to have interesting people talk about the issues facing our world in a spirit of mutual aid.

Latest Episodes

Introducing: The Fire These Times

As we experience one of the worst pandemics in modern times, in addition to the ongoing climate emergency and a plethora of urgent problems facing our species, a number of questions should be raised about our current economic and political paradigms. This is why I decided to launch a new podcast called The Fire These Times. The Fire These Times, named after the James Baldwin book ‘The Fire Next Time’, is a podcast that promotes mutual aid frameworks for the 21st century. As of now, there are five episodes already available on the podcast ranging from Hong Kong’s existential crisis to Lebanon’s Kafala system, and passing by a very curious episode on why we should oppose the logic of the guillotine. You can already find them on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Radio Public, Spotify, Pocket Casts, and RSS or wherever you get your podcasts. In the weeks and months to come I will be talking to various writers, intellectuals, researchers and activists from all over the world to talk about some of the many issues facing humanity today. The topics of conversation will sometimes focus on misunderstood struggles and existential risks and how mutual aid can help us address them. From Afghanistan to Hong Kong, Lebanon to Chile, Ethiopia to the Philippines, Syria to South Africa, Egypt to Argentina, the USA to the UK and Palestine to Russia - these are where the confirmed guests so far are from. Upcoming episode topics include: plant-based left politics, authoritarianism on the left, minority groups in the middle east, legacy of Yiddish in anti-Zionism, what it means to be displaced and/or racialised, fascism in the era of climate catastrophe, the male gaze in cinema, minimalism and its discontents, fake news and disinformation campaigns, modern masculinities, surviving a siege, facing fortress Europe, queer Arab identities, fantasy and anarchism, anarchism in the Chinese revolution and eastern Mediterranean radicalism. If you like what I do, please consider supporting this project with only 1$ a month on patreon.com/firethesetimes or on buymeacoffee.com/joeyayoub. You can also follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter. The website is: thefirethisti.me The music is by Tarabeat.

2 MINMAR 30
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Introducing: The Fire These Times

Hari Prasad and Aman Madan on India's anti-CAA/NRC protests

As India commemorates the 70th anniversary of its Republic Day, the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect in 1950, on January 26th, we sat down with researcher Hari Prasad and journalist-academic Aman Madan to talk about the recent waves of protests throughout India opposing the ruling BJP's Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and National Register of Citizens which threatens to disenfranchise millions of Indians, particularly Muslims. What are the CAA and the NRC? Who are Modi and his BJP followers, and what is Hindutva? What differentiates these protests from previous ones? This conversation is intended to inform those who only vaguely know about what's been going on in India since the BJP took power and is the first of hopefully many more to come to discuss the threats and opportunities facing the world's largest democracy. Hari's website, including pieces co-written with Aman: http://hkprasad.com/ Further Reading/Listening: India: how some Hindu nationalists are rewr...

57 MINJAN 25
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Hari Prasad and Aman Madan on India's anti-CAA/NRC protests

Musa Okwonga on brexit, fear and our future

I spoke to Musa Okwonga (@Okwonga) to speak about the 2019 UK Elections, Brexit, Fear, Empire, Englishness, Race, Nationalism, the Youth Movement, Intersectionality and everything in between. Further reads: The lopsided centre: Why is the Media's Unbalanced Scrutiny Giving the Tories a Free Ride?, by Musa Okwonga: https://bylinetimes.com/2019/12/04/the-lopsided-centre-why-is-the-medias-unbalanced-scrutiny-giving-the-tories-a-free-ride/ The Man in the High Castle: How to Evict the Conservatives from their Nationalist Redoubt, by Musa Okwonga: https://bylinetimes.com/2019/12/16/the-man-in-the-high-castle-how-to-evict-the-conservatives-from-their-nationalist-redoubt/ The paranoid fantasy behind Brexit, by Fintan O'Toole: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/nov/16/brexit-paranoid-fantasy-fintan-otoole Musa Okwonga's podcast on football: https://twitter.com/stadio Professor David Andress' tweets: https://twitter.com/ProfDaveAndress/status/1205563724649684992 https://twitter.com/Pro...

47 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Musa Okwonga on brexit, fear and our future

Andrew Arsan on Lebanon, our painfully ordinary country

To Dr Andrew Arsan, Lebanon is "a microcosm of the contemporary world. His book "Lebanon: A Country in Fragments" deals with the events of 2005 to 2018. In those thirteen years, Lebanon had thirty-four months without a president; a war which left over a thousand killed in 30 days and displaced a quarter of its population; forty-eight separate bombings and twenty-one assassinations or assassination attempts, mainly targeting anti-Assad figures; a potential civil war; conflicts between religious sects, the army, Hezbollah, and/or Syria-based groups; and over a million refugees fleeing the violence in Syria. These are the thirteen years that have followed the Cedar Revolution of 2005 which forced the other invading army, the Syrian one, out of the country. The episode was scheduled to happen before Lebanon's October 17th Revolution but, by a happy coincidence, we ended up doing it on November 4th. So, naturally, we discussed the significance of the protests. How are protesters trying t...

52 MIN2019 NOV 6
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Andrew Arsan on Lebanon, our painfully ordinary country

Danny Postel and William Mazzarella on populism, trumpism and the left

Danny Postel and Dr. William Mazzarella speak about "Populism, Trumpism and the Left" at the Open University of the Left, on May 25th, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. You can watch the whole talk on the YouTube page of the Open University of the Left at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIZ_969hFecsMFl7N7ERP3Q You can also visit their website at http://openuniversityoftheleft.com/ Hummus For Thought will come back soon with our first themed season. Stay tuned!

54 MIN2019 JUN 9
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Danny Postel and William Mazzarella on populism, trumpism and the left
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Latest Episodes

Introducing: The Fire These Times

As we experience one of the worst pandemics in modern times, in addition to the ongoing climate emergency and a plethora of urgent problems facing our species, a number of questions should be raised about our current economic and political paradigms. This is why I decided to launch a new podcast called The Fire These Times. The Fire These Times, named after the James Baldwin book ‘The Fire Next Time’, is a podcast that promotes mutual aid frameworks for the 21st century. As of now, there are five episodes already available on the podcast ranging from Hong Kong’s existential crisis to Lebanon’s Kafala system, and passing by a very curious episode on why we should oppose the logic of the guillotine. You can already find them on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Radio Public, Spotify, Pocket Casts, and RSS or wherever you get your podcasts. In the weeks and months to come I will be talking to various writers, intellectuals, researchers and activists from all over the world to talk about some of the many issues facing humanity today. The topics of conversation will sometimes focus on misunderstood struggles and existential risks and how mutual aid can help us address them. From Afghanistan to Hong Kong, Lebanon to Chile, Ethiopia to the Philippines, Syria to South Africa, Egypt to Argentina, the USA to the UK and Palestine to Russia - these are where the confirmed guests so far are from. Upcoming episode topics include: plant-based left politics, authoritarianism on the left, minority groups in the middle east, legacy of Yiddish in anti-Zionism, what it means to be displaced and/or racialised, fascism in the era of climate catastrophe, the male gaze in cinema, minimalism and its discontents, fake news and disinformation campaigns, modern masculinities, surviving a siege, facing fortress Europe, queer Arab identities, fantasy and anarchism, anarchism in the Chinese revolution and eastern Mediterranean radicalism. If you like what I do, please consider supporting this project with only 1$ a month on patreon.com/firethesetimes or on buymeacoffee.com/joeyayoub. You can also follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter. The website is: thefirethisti.me The music is by Tarabeat.

2 MINMAR 30
Comments
Introducing: The Fire These Times

Hari Prasad and Aman Madan on India's anti-CAA/NRC protests

As India commemorates the 70th anniversary of its Republic Day, the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect in 1950, on January 26th, we sat down with researcher Hari Prasad and journalist-academic Aman Madan to talk about the recent waves of protests throughout India opposing the ruling BJP's Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and National Register of Citizens which threatens to disenfranchise millions of Indians, particularly Muslims. What are the CAA and the NRC? Who are Modi and his BJP followers, and what is Hindutva? What differentiates these protests from previous ones? This conversation is intended to inform those who only vaguely know about what's been going on in India since the BJP took power and is the first of hopefully many more to come to discuss the threats and opportunities facing the world's largest democracy. Hari's website, including pieces co-written with Aman: http://hkprasad.com/ Further Reading/Listening: India: how some Hindu nationalists are rewr...

57 MINJAN 25
Comments
Hari Prasad and Aman Madan on India's anti-CAA/NRC protests

Musa Okwonga on brexit, fear and our future

I spoke to Musa Okwonga (@Okwonga) to speak about the 2019 UK Elections, Brexit, Fear, Empire, Englishness, Race, Nationalism, the Youth Movement, Intersectionality and everything in between. Further reads: The lopsided centre: Why is the Media's Unbalanced Scrutiny Giving the Tories a Free Ride?, by Musa Okwonga: https://bylinetimes.com/2019/12/04/the-lopsided-centre-why-is-the-medias-unbalanced-scrutiny-giving-the-tories-a-free-ride/ The Man in the High Castle: How to Evict the Conservatives from their Nationalist Redoubt, by Musa Okwonga: https://bylinetimes.com/2019/12/16/the-man-in-the-high-castle-how-to-evict-the-conservatives-from-their-nationalist-redoubt/ The paranoid fantasy behind Brexit, by Fintan O'Toole: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/nov/16/brexit-paranoid-fantasy-fintan-otoole Musa Okwonga's podcast on football: https://twitter.com/stadio Professor David Andress' tweets: https://twitter.com/ProfDaveAndress/status/1205563724649684992 https://twitter.com/Pro...

47 MIN2019 DEC 19
Comments
Musa Okwonga on brexit, fear and our future

Andrew Arsan on Lebanon, our painfully ordinary country

To Dr Andrew Arsan, Lebanon is "a microcosm of the contemporary world. His book "Lebanon: A Country in Fragments" deals with the events of 2005 to 2018. In those thirteen years, Lebanon had thirty-four months without a president; a war which left over a thousand killed in 30 days and displaced a quarter of its population; forty-eight separate bombings and twenty-one assassinations or assassination attempts, mainly targeting anti-Assad figures; a potential civil war; conflicts between religious sects, the army, Hezbollah, and/or Syria-based groups; and over a million refugees fleeing the violence in Syria. These are the thirteen years that have followed the Cedar Revolution of 2005 which forced the other invading army, the Syrian one, out of the country. The episode was scheduled to happen before Lebanon's October 17th Revolution but, by a happy coincidence, we ended up doing it on November 4th. So, naturally, we discussed the significance of the protests. How are protesters trying t...

52 MIN2019 NOV 6
Comments
Andrew Arsan on Lebanon, our painfully ordinary country

Danny Postel and William Mazzarella on populism, trumpism and the left

Danny Postel and Dr. William Mazzarella speak about "Populism, Trumpism and the Left" at the Open University of the Left, on May 25th, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. You can watch the whole talk on the YouTube page of the Open University of the Left at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIZ_969hFecsMFl7N7ERP3Q You can also visit their website at http://openuniversityoftheleft.com/ Hummus For Thought will come back soon with our first themed season. Stay tuned!

54 MIN2019 JUN 9
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Danny Postel and William Mazzarella on populism, trumpism and the left
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