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Hearing Communism: Part Two

Part two of Hearing Communism—five short audio pieces by students in my International Communism undergraduate research seminar at the University of Pittsburgh.

Hearing Communism: Part One


Part one of Hearing Communism—five short audio pieces by students in my International Communism undergraduate research seminar at the University of Pittsburgh.

Atoms and Aliens in Eurasian Science Fiction

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Guest:

Anindita Banerjee is an Associate Professor in Department of Comparative Literature at Cornell University specializing on science fiction and technocultural studies, environmental humanities, media, and migration across Russia, Central Asia, the Indian subcontinent, and Latin America. She has authored several articles and edited books on science fiction and the monograph We Modern People: Science Fiction and the Making of Russian Modernity published by Wesleyan University Press.

Music:

Man or Astroman?, “Philip K. Dick in the Pet Section of a Wal-Mart,” Project Infinity, 1995.