Society & Culture:Philosophy
In this episode, Kiegan Irish and Alex Boos are joined by Montreal-based poet William Vallières for an enriching discussion on the nature and history of fascism and what the legacy of studies on fascism can offer us when interpreting politics in the world today.
Special thanks goes out to Will for generously sharing his time and thoughts with us. You can find his most recent book of poetry Versus (2019) with Véhicule Press if you follow this link: https://www.vehiculepress.com/q.php?EAN=9781550655377
We also extend our gratitude to Jacob Irish for his generous and continued support with postproduction. And thank you to our listeners for sticking with us!
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