268 | Internal colonialism: The world turned outside-in

May 19, 2020

Have you ever wondered what it takes to destabilize a culture from the inside? Liam Clifford, current M.A. student in History, discusses his research on cultural genocide and internal colonialism with co-hosts Sarah Klapman and Yousuf Hasan, including the importance of language, the role of the institution, and why Russia and Ireland have a lot in common. Liam shares his knowledge of geopolitics, and draws fascinating connections between cultural marginalization and the destructive colonial structures whose echoes reverberate in the present. 

To find out more about Liam, follow him on Twitter @LNJClifford

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Recorded on May 12, 2020. Produced by Ariel Frame.