Episode 5, still under construction ^_^

The next episode of The Ask with Saeed Taji Farouky / @saeedtaji is well into post-production. Looking forward to publishing episode 5 soon. ^_^ #theaskpod #SaeedTajiFarouky

Episode 5, now under construction. ^_^

It was a pleasure having filmmaker Saeed Taji Farouky over on The Ask. We’re looking forward to sharing our discussion about his film, Strange Cities Are Familiar, and his work on the SLG Film School soon!

Podcast 4 Preview!

This September The Ask could not be more honored to interview NYT journalist and bureau chief Carlotta Gall (@carlottagall) about her book The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014. Look out for our next podcast soon and be sure to check out the book here:

THE ASK EPISODE 3 - Green on Blue by Elliot Ackerman

EPISODE 3 – Green on Blue by Elliot Ackerman

In this episode of The Ask author Elliot Ackerman discusses his work on Green on Blue About the Book: Aziz and his older brother Ali live in a village amid the pine forests and endless mountains of eastern Afghanistan. Their family is poor, but inside their mud-walled home, they have stability, love, and routine. But…

Green on Blue: A Novel

Green on Blue: A Novel

Looking forward to interviewing author Elliot Ackerman soon about his book Green on Blue: A Novel.

Episode 2 - Not Our Day to Die: Testimony From the Guatemalan Jungle

Episode 2 – Not Our Day to Die: Testimony From the Guatemalan Jungle

In this episode of The Ask author Michael Sullivan discusses his work on Not Our Day to Die: Testimony From the Guatemalan Jungle About the Book: In the farming communities of the Guatemalan jungle, the simple life was a good one, sustained by family, faith, community, and the pilots—like Mike Sullivan—who linked their isolated villages.…

Episode 1 – Thailand’s Forbidden Photograph

In the inaugural episode of The Ask: Professor Thongchai Winichakul, Professor Clare Veal and journalist Teirra Kamolvattanavith come together to assess the history and consequences of the Thammasat University massacre through the lens of a Pulitzer prize winning photograph – and beyond. Our Episode Guests: Professor Thongchai Winichakul, Professor Emeritus, Department of History. University of…

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