Paul Rekret publishes essay on anti-Vietnam war movements and soul music
Paul Rekret has just published a new essay examining the role of soul music in anti-Vietnam war movements. Written for a collection of works on the occasion of the re-release of Bobby Wright’s (now Abu Talib) folk-soul masterpiece Blood of An American, the essay is accompanied by work by Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, among others.
Paul Rekret is Associate Professor in Politics at Richmond American International University. He is the author of Down with Childhood (Repeater 2017) Philosophy, Politics, Polemics: Derrida and Foucault (Rowan & Littlefield 2017) and he has published widely on contemporary cultural and political theory. He is producer and host of ‘Beholder Halfway’, a series of radio essays airing regularly on Resonance.Extra.