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The Anti Empire Project with Justin Podur

Justin Podur
ScienceSocial SciencesNewsPolitics

A podcast about how today’s Empire works and who is resisting.

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Latest Episodes

From the Imperial British East Africa Company to the British East Africa Protectorate, we trace the missionary mischief that led to the British taking Uganda and the many wars (called “expeditions”) that led to the British taking Kenya. In the proces... more

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4 days ago

Our fifth and concluding episode on the Scramble in South Africa is on the (Second) Boer War from 1899-1902. We talk about how it started and why, the military details, the concentration camps, the struggle to keep it a “White Man’s War” for fear of ... more

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13 days ago

Sooner or later every anti-imperialist is smeared as a “tankie” and this week was Vijay’s turn. First his views were falsified, then he used the word “modernization” in a tweet! So, in this interview, we take a deep dive into debates about “moderniza... more

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15 days ago

Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars from 50 ratings
  • The scrambling of western civ

    I am drawn to this podcast particularly by the Scramble For Africa segments, and find them fascinating. Perspective is everything in history, and the hosts have upended the western colonial perspective of my youthful studies and with them the prejudices and injustices that were previously presented as triumphs and progress. It is well researched and produced and the knowledge of each host is evident without much trace of personal biases or hubris. Keep up the great work!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    More brains than money
    Canadaa month ago
  • Thorough and well researched

    Excellent history podcast. Not anti White, just anti imperialism, which can never be a bad thing. Definitely worth listening and expanding your knowledge.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Loxedsista
    United Kingdom3 months ago
  • Thought Provoking Insight of History

    Approached this podcast skeptical but the host and co-host are well informed, rational, and accounts for multiple views on historical events. Thought provoking look at not just our recent past, but events that have massively influenced where we are today.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    LizardK101
    United Kingdom3 months ago
  • Ignorant and non factual.

    Listened to one episode. more

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    kkzuba
    Australia8 months ago
  • Racist garbage

    Anti western, anti white, racist nonsense, stay clear.

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    Barnacle-Goose
    United Kingdom8 months ago

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