The Road Home with Jamil Jivani

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38 - Doug Gay

On this season of the Road Home with Jamil Jivani we are exploring the topic of nationalism. When does nationalism become a negative or harmful idea? How can it be used to help working class or marginalized communities? Why is it used by some politicians and activists, and not others? Episode 20 is a conversation with Reverend Doug Gay. Reverend Gay is a lecturer in practical theology at the University of Glasgow https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/critical/staff/douglasgay/. You can follow Reverend Doug Gay on Twitter https://twitter.com/DougGay?s=20.

37 - Yoram Hazony

On this season of the Road Home with Jamil Jivani we are exploring the topic of nationalism. When does nationalism become a negative or harmful idea? How can it be used to help working class or marginalized communities? Why is it used by some politicians and activists, and not others? Episode 19 is a conversation with Yoram Hazony. Yoram is chairman of the Edmund Burke Foundation https://burke.foundation/, host of the NatConTalk podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/natcontalk/id1532270471, and author of The Virtue of Nationalism https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1541645375/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=javelin-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=1541645375&linkId=c343483363727c1b71e6ec28e24c1025. You can follow Yoram on Twitter https://twitter.com/yhazony?s=20

36 - Zaid Jilani

On this season of the Road Home with Jamil Jivani we are exploring the topic of nationalism. When does nationalism become a negative or harmful idea? How can it be used to help working class or marginalized communities? Why is it used by some politicians and activists, and not others? Episode 18 is a conversation with Zaid Jilani. Zaid is a writing fellow at University of California, Berkeley and former reporter at The Intercept. You can follow Zaid on Twitter https://twitter.com/ZaidJilani?s=20.

35 - Marshall Kosloff

On this season of the Road Home with Jamil Jivani we are exploring the topic of nationalism. When does nationalism become a negative or harmful idea? How can it be used to help working class or marginalized communities? Why is it used by some politicians and activists, and not others? Episode 17 is a conversation with Marshall Kosloff. Marshall is a co-host of the Realignment Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-realignment/id1474687988 and media fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. https://www.hudson.org/experts/1279-marshall-kosloff. You can follow Marshall on Twitter https://twitter.com/makosloff?s=20.

34 - Peter J Hasson

On this season of the Road Home with Jamil Jivani we are exploring the topic of nationalism. When does nationalism become a negative or harmful idea? How can it be used to help working class or marginalized communities? Why is it used by some politicians and activists, and not others? Episode 16 is a conversation with Peter J Hasson. Peter is a former editor of The Daily Caller https://dailycaller.com/author/PeterHasson/ and current journalist at Fox News https://www.foxnews.com/person/h/peter-hasson. You can follow Peter on Twitter https://twitter.com/peterjhasson?s=20.

33 - Lyman Stone

On this season of the Road Home with Jamil Jivani we are exploring the topic of nationalism. When does nationalism become a negative or harmful idea? How can it be used to help working class or marginalized communities? Why is it used by some politicians and activists, and not others? Episode 15 is a conversation with Lyman Stone. Lyman is an Adjunct Fellow at AEI https://www.aei.org/profile/lyman-stone/, a Research Fellow at the Institute for Family Studies, and a former International Economist at the US Department of Agriculture, where he forecasts cotton market conditions.At the time of our interview, Lyman was living in Hong Kong as a Lutheran missionary. He has since relocated back to North America, where he is pursuing a PhD in sociology at Montreal’s McGill University. You can follow Lyman on Twitter https://twitter.com/lymanstoneky?s=20.

32 - Jennifer Robson

On this season of the Road Home with Jamil Jivani we are exploring the topic of nationalism. When does nationalism become a negative or harmful idea? How can it be used to help working class or marginalized communities? Why is it used by some politicians and activists, and not others? Episode 14 is a conversation with Jennifer Robson. Jennifer is an associate professor at Carleton University, teaching Political Management https://carleton.ca/politicalmanagement/people/jennifer-robson/. You can follow Jennifer on Twitter https://twitter.com/JenniferRobson8?s=20.

31 - John Cartwright

On this season of the Road Home with Jamil Jivani we are exploring the topic of nationalism. When does nationalism become a negative or harmful idea? How can it be used to help working class or marginalized communities? Why is it used by some politicians and activists, and not others? Episode 13 is a conversation with John Cartwright. John is the President of the Toronto & York Region Labour Council https://www.labourcouncil.ca/staff. You can follow John on Twitter https://twitter.com/cartwrightTO?s=20.

30 - Linda Nazareth

On this season of the Road Home with Jamil Jivani we are exploring the topic of nationalism. When does nationalism become a negative or harmful idea? How can it be used to help working class or marginalized communities? Why is it used by some politicians and activists, and not others? Episode 12 is a conversation with Linda Nazareth. Linda is the Macdonald Laurier Institute’s senior fellow for economics and population change https://www.macdonaldlaurier.ca/experts/linda-nazareth/. She is also the principal at Relentless Economics https://relentlesseconomics.com/, Inc and host of the Work and the Future podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-work-and-the-future-podcast-trailer/id1515835849?i=1000476202726&app=podcast. You can follow Linda on Twitter https://twitter.com/relentlesseco?s=20.

29 - Sean Speer

On this season of the Road Home with Jamil Jivani we are exploring the topic of nationalism. When does nationalism become a negative or harmful idea? How can it be used to help working class or marginalized communities? Why is it used by some politicians and activists, and not others? Episode 11 is a conversation with Sean Speer. Sean is an assistant professor at the University of Toronto https://munkschool.utoronto.ca/profile/speer-sean-2/, fellow-in-residence at Ottawa’s Public Policy Forum https://ppforum.ca/person/sean-speer/, and columnist at the National Post. You can follow Sean on Twitter https://twitter.com/Sean_Speer?s=20.

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