A conversation with John Loftus organizer of The Gaucho Gallup on “Running & Racing” with host Leo Schumaker
This week on "Running & Racing" host Leo Schumaker talks with John Loftus about the Gaucho Gallup,April 24 on The UCSB campus, and the efforts to raise money for scholarships for future UCSB students. This will be the third race on campus for the UCSB running series. "Running & Racing" airs Thursday 8-8:30 PM.
On this week's No Alibis Jordan Camp and Elizabeth Robinson speak with revolutionary surrealist poet Jayne Cortez and UCSB Professor of Black Studies Clyde Woods. We discuss the blues, surrealist poetry, Cortez's new book On The Imperial Highway: New and Selected Poems (Brooklyn: Hanging Loose Press, 2009), and her upcoming Shirley Kennedy lecture [...]
On this week’s No Alibis Elizabeth Robinson and Jordan Camp speak with University of Illinois Professor of History and African American Studies David Roediger about the recently published collection of writings by radical historian and Marxist sociologist George Rawick entitled Listening to Revolt: The Selected Writings of George P. Rawick, ed. [...]
Intents & Purposes Radio with Levi and Tim, Tuesday, March 30, 2010: Public education in the U.S. is going through a crisis: Here in California the controversial High School Exit exam has been accused of disadvantaging females and minorities. Dr. Beth Yeager, director of the Center for Literacy & Inquiry in Networking Communities at UC Santa [...]
Ellinger just returned from Haiti where he was part of an AMARC team that rebuilt a rural Haitian radio station, Radyo Zetwal Peyizan, in Fondwa. In conversation with Elizabeth Robinson on KCSB's "No Alibis", he describes current conditions in Port au Prince as well as in the countryside. For more info, go to AMARC.org.
RadioIP with Levi and Tim, March 23, 2010: For centuries religion and science have sat at opposite ends of the academic table. UC Santa Barbara Professor and the president of the American Academy of Religion Dr. Ann Taves aims to bring the two fields a little closer. She was in studio to discuss her new book Religious Experience Reconsidered: A [...]
RadioIP with Levi and Tim: Zombie computers are lurking in the dark corners of the Internet form a matrix of data-snatching machines. These botnets are constantly trolling for banks account numbers, passwords and personal data. Dr. Giovanni Vigna, one of the UC Santa Barbara researchers who recently took down one of the largest of these online [...]
RadioIP with Levi and Tim, Tuesday, March 9, 2010: Online social media has brought the digitization of our lives to new heights in just a few short years with the explosion of tools like Facebook and the adoption of Internet-ready smart-phones. But all of this information sharing comes at a price: privacy. UC Santa Barbara Computer Science [...]
Following the news, Elizabeth Robinson and Jordan Camp speak with Professor Rebecca N. Hill about her book Men, Mobs, and Law: Anti-Lynching and Labor Defense in U.S. Radical History (Duke University Press, 2009). She is Associate Professor in the Department of Social Science at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New [...]
Jordan Camp and Elizabeth Robinson speak with UC San Diego Professors Sara Kaplan and Daniel Widener about the recent racist events at UCSD. We explore how the events expose the hostile climate for students of color on UC campuses as well as for people of color throughout California. We also discuss the role of African American studies and [...]