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Is the Public Intellectual a thing of past?

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Dorian is joined by Corey Robin of Brooklyn College, New Republic Senior Editor Jamil Smith and Johns Hopkins Professor Lester Spence to talk about where the notion of ’public intellectual’ is still a relevant concept to our social and political discourse and how the concept has changed over time.