Crossing Foodways
Migrations: A World on the Move
by Cornell University's Migrations Initiative
11M ago
In our final episode of the season, we talk to guests Philip Gleissner, Harry Eli Kashdan, and Reem Kassis about their book of essays and recipes called Resilient Kitchens: American Im ..read more
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Crossing Racial Borders
Migrations: A World on the Move
by Cornell University's Migrations Initiative
1y ago
E. Tendayi Achiume is a professor of law at UCLA. Her research focuses on international migration, refugee displacement, and especially the role of international law in shaping the way that borders work ..read more
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Crossing Cultures
Migrations: A World on the Move
by Cornell University's Migrations Initiative
1y ago
In a visit to Novellara, Italy last summer, our host Eleanor Paynter and guest host Elena Bellina learned about the community of Sikh Indians who began migrating to the area in the 1980s ..read more
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Out Now: The Next Monsoon
Migrations: A World on the Move
by Cornell University's Migrations Initiative
1y ago
The next episode of Migrations: A World on the Move is coming soon! In the meantime, enjoy this introduction to a new podcast from our colleagues at the South Asia Program, available now wherever you get your podcasts.  ..read more
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Crossing Dance
Migrations: A World on the Move
by Cornell University's Migrations Initiative
1y ago
Our guest today is Momar Ndiaye, assistant professor of dance at Ohio State University (OSU) and a celebrated choreographer. Momar’s work in African dance and contemporary dance is internationally recognized, and he’s toured across the U.S. and abroad ..read more
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Crossing Memory
Migrations: A World on the Move
by Cornell University's Migrations Initiative
1y ago
This summer, hosts Eleanor Paynter and Elena Bellina visited the Fondazione Archivio Diaristico Nazionale in Italy, an archive of stories and writing ranging from diaries to handwritten notes on loose slips of paper ..read more
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Bonus: Refuge, Refusal, Rights
Migrations: A World on the Move
by Cornell University's Migrations Initiative
2y ago
In this episode, we share a conversation with Dr. Lamis Abdelaaty and Dr. Rebecca Hamlin about refugee status in policy and in discourse, and more broadly about the categories and labels we use to talk about migration ..read more
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Waiting in Exile
Migrations: A World on the Move
by Cornell University's Migrations Initiative
2y ago
How has a Tibetan community come to call Ithaca, New York home? Cornell student Daniel Bernstein produces this special episode in search of an answer ..read more
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Waiting for the Future
Migrations: A World on the Move
by Cornell University's Migrations Initiative
2y ago
"The camp is time and time is the camp," reads poet Yousif Qasmiyeh in our latest episode. Waiting for the Future is both a conversation and a poetry reading, featuring not only Yousif and his work but migration scholars Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh and Shahram Khosravi ..read more
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Waiting for Justice
Migrations: A World on the Move
by Cornell University's Migrations Initiative
2y ago
Underground Railroad scholars Gerard Aching and Alice Baumgartner talk to us about the wait for justice. Aching, a professor at Cornell, studies northward movements of people seeking freedom, while Baumgartner studies a less known path of slaves who traveled south to Mexico to escape ..read more
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