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Topic: Anti-colonial struggles

Anti-colonial struggles refer to the resistance and movements against the political, economic, and cultural domination of foreign powers over indigenous populations.

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The podcast episodes on Frantz Fanon's 'The Wretched of the Earth' and Maoism provide insights into the dynamics of anti-colonial struggles and their relationship to broader revolutionary movements.

Episode [BEST OF] Colonial War, Mental Illness, and Psychoanalysis: The Wretched of the Earth - Frantz Fanon examines Fanon's analysis of the psychological impact of colonialism and the need to develop a new humanistic worldview to overcome colonial stereotypes and racism.

Episode [BEST OF] The Wretched of the Earth - Frantz Fanon: On Violence and Spontaneity focuses on Fanon's perspectives on the role of the peasantry and the distinction between rebellion and revolution in anti-colonial struggles.

Episode [BEST OF] Continuity & Rupture: Maoism and the Science of Revolutionary Communism touches on the significance of anti-colonial and national liberation struggles in the development of Marxist revolutionary theory.

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