VIDEO+PODCAST: Mahmood Mamdani – DEFINE AND RULE: Native as Political Identity

Mahmood Mamdani and Ali Jimale Ahmed

Watch video or listen to the audio podcast from Mahmood Mamdani’s talk, “Define and Rule: Native as Political Identity” given at the Graduate Center on November 12, 2012.

Full event details here

Audio podcast (download┬áright click and “save as”):

VIDEO+PODCAST: Vijay Prashad on The Karma of Uncle Swami

On October 10, 2012, Vijay Prashad gave a dynamic and wonderfully engaging talk at the CUNY Graduate Center, where he engaged topics ranging from his involvement with South Asian youth in New York, to his first teaching gig, to reflections ten years later on his book The Karma of Brown Folk, to his new book Uncle Swami: South Asians in America Today. Video of the event can be viewed below, and an audio podcast of the event can be downloaded as well.

This event was co-sponsored by
Asian Americanists at CUNY
The NYU A/P/A Institute
The Graduate Center Office of the President
The Graduate Center American Studies Certificate Program
The Center for Place, Culture and Politics
The Committee on Globalization and Social Change
Hunter College Asian American Studies
CUNY Asian American Research Institute