Old Mole Variety Hour
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<a href="http://us.macmillan.com/postapartheidconditions/DerekHook"> (Post)Apartheid Conditions: Psychoanalysis and Social Formation</a>. They discuss experiences of time and transformation, Steve Biko and the Black Consciousness movement in South Africa, the limits of masculinist discourses, the importance of optimism, and the <a href="http://www.sbf.org.za/Main_Site/index.php">Biko Foundation</a>
(Post)Apartheid Conditions: Psychoanalysis and Social Formation. They discuss experiences of time and transformation, Steve Biko and the Black Consciousness movement in South Africa, the limits of masculinist discourses, the importance of optimism, and the Biko Foundation.
Denise Morris hosts this episode of the Mole, featuring two discussions of the situation and the prospects for change in post-apartheid South Africa, Jesus as a radical, and Capitalism and the environmental crisis.
To hear the whole show, including music, use the play button below. To hear separate segments, follow these links:
- John Saul continues his discussion with Bill Resnick about the future of post-apartheid South Africa.
- Psychoanalyst Derek Hook talks with Jan Haaken about his book on time, consciousness, and political transformation in South Africa.
- Paul Buhl and Bill Resnick discuss the graphic novel on the radical Jesus edited by Buhl.
- Tom Becker reads John Bellamy Foster's essay on Capitalism and environmental crisis.
- Title: OMVHDec23bth.m4a
- Length: 56:40 minutes (25.94 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 64Kbps (CBR)