Episode 226: An interview with Prof. Darrell Hamamoto, pt. 2, titled: “The Brain, and Women in Power”. This episode was released Monday, April 13, 2015, and was recorded April 10.
In this episode Darrell is back for his 2nd time.
This episode is really meant as a video episode, but we’ve released the audio for those of you who can’t watch.
Darrell Y. Hamamoto has taught at the University of California, Davis for most of his academic career. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Political Science, Popular Culture Studies, and Comparative Culture. Hamamoto is the senior ranking professor in the Department of Asian American Studies. He is a recognized authority in US media, popular culture, and sexuality, having published extensively in these areas, and is best known for his views on the desexualization of Asian American males in the media. Creative projects that draw from his scholarly interests include music, filmmaking, and screenwriting.
His book just out is Servitors of Empire, focusing on Asian Americans as an ethnic-specific group, and by elaborating upon their socio-historical and economic function within the postwar US-led global order, this study yields unique and vitally important insights regarding the larger system of military-political control and the linkage to a host of National Security Agency- and Central Intelligence Agency-connected companies such as Oracle and Google.
(Photo of Hamamoto by Montealvo)
Darrell’s book: The Servitors of Empire
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The Brain software:
Gnostic Media’s Brain database:
Prior Related Episodes:
Prof. Darrell Hamamoto Interview - ““UC” is for “Undercover Cop”” - #209
Other Episodes Discussed:
A Conversation with Clint Richardson – “A World Without Gray”- #158
http://www.gnosticmedia.com/a-conversation-with-clint-richardson-a-world-without-gray-158/ - see comments for discussion on the “suffix” ment/mint.
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