Artists Leading a Change: On the Classical Theater of Harlem
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4M ago
Join co-hosts Angela Du and Torsa Ghosal as they speak with Ty Jones, the Producing Artistic Director of the Classical Theatre of Harlem. Ty talks to us about CTH’s dedication to the tradition of Black theatre in Harlem, to diversifying the performance of classical plays, and to engaging with young audiences. He also shares exciting upcoming projects. Podcast music created by Drew Morgan Follow the Narrative for Social Justice Facebook page Follow Narrative for Social Justice on Twitter Open the episode transcript *** IG: @TyJonesNYC T: @TDJNYC CTH: @Classicalharlem IG: @Classicalharlem www.ct ..read more
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Writing Women’s Bodies and the North with author Gráinne O’Hare
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6M ago
In this episode, host Chiara Pellegrini talks to author Gráinne O’Hare about the meanings of the ‘North’ in the UK, reproductive justice, writing short stories in the contemporary moment, and 18th century women who may or may not have given birth to rabbits. Podcast music created by Drew Morgan Follow the Narrative for Social Justice Facebook page Follow Narrative for Social Justice on Twitter Open the episode transcript BIBLIOGRAPHY (also in transcript) Eliza Clark interview: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2020/jul/22/eliza-clark-from-newcastle-working-class-publishers-diverse-boy-parts ‘P ..read more
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Perspectives from the Narrative Conference
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7M ago
Missing the Narrative conference already? Tune into our post-conference bonus episode, where we chat with panelists from “TransForming Narrative Studies” (Joonas), “Migrant & Refugee Narratives” (Victoria), “Fictionality and the Didactics of Sexuality” (Yonina), and “After Empathy” (Aili). Podcast music created by Drew Morgan Follow the Narrative for Social Justice Facebook page Follow Narrative for Social Justice on Twitter Open the episode transcript BIBLIOGRAPHY (also in transcript) www.yoninahoffman.com. https://p-lit.org kari edwards, Succubus in my Pocket. Eoagh Books, 2015. Susan La ..read more
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Environmental Justice and Narrative in the Anthropocene
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8M ago
In this episode of the Narrative for Social Justice Podcast, host Carolin Gebauer talks with Erin James about environmental justice and the role of narrative in the Anthropocene. Erin speaks about her new book, Narrative in the Anthropocene (Ohio State University Press, 2022), in which she conceptualizes narrative as both a rhetorical and cognitive mode that can help us to analyze and comprehend the causes, consequences, and problems of the current global climate crisis. The conversation focuses on various aspects that shape our understanding of climate change such as the relation between huma ..read more
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ADHD and the Academy
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by Narrative for Social Justice
10M ago
As a follow-up to episode 8, join host Angela Du and guests Rebecca Shapiro, Catherine Trotman, and Lee Skallerup Bessette as they talk about ADHD and the academy, clinical psychology, and educational development. We delve into creating community during the pandemic, what counts as academic “scholarship,” and the privilege associated with diagnosis and disclosure, and more. Podcast music created by Drew Morgan Follow the Narrative for Social Justice Facebook page Follow Narrative for Social Justice on Twitter Open the episode transcript  BIBLIOGRAPHY (also in transcript) All the Things AD ..read more
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Neuroqueer Narratives
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1y ago
Host Chiara Pellegrini talks with Sean Yeager about autistic narratives and resisting the narratives of “autism”, neuroqueer social justice, physics, pedagogies, disability studies, and the editing of this episode. Podcast music created by Drew Morgan Follow the Narrative for Social Justice Facebook page Follow Narrative for Social Justice on Twitter Open the episode transcript https://bit.ly/N4SJpodcast8 Bibliography Lydia X. Z. Brown, E. Ashkenazy and Morénike Giwa Onaiwu (eds.), All the Weight of our Dreams: On living Racialised Autism. DragonBee Press, 2016. Reina Gossett, Eric A. Stanley ..read more
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Rewriting Narratives with author Betsy Cornwell
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1y ago
Host Gretchen Busl talks with best-selling author Betsy Cornwell about using storytelling to make material change in the world. Betsy is currently working to establish a childcare inclusive arts retreat for single mothers at the Old Knitting Factory in Connemara, Ireland, aiming to answer the question "Can telling a story create the story?" Learn more about Betsy's efforts at The Old Knitting Factory  Follow her on Instagram and Facebook Check out Betsy’s YA fantasy books (Tides, Mechanica, Venturess, The Forest Queen, The Circus Rose) on her webpage  Podcast music created by Drew Mo ..read more
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Forms of Global Capitalism, Unfree Labor, and Contemporary Indian Ocean Studies
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1y ago
Host Torsa Ghosal talks to Neelofer Qadir about how literary scholars shaping the interdisciplinary field of Indian Ocean Studies today can address the insidiousness of colonialism, capitalism, slavery and oppressive structures of power in postcolonial nation-states. Podcast music created by Drew Morgan Follow the Narrative for Social Justice Facebook page Follow Narrative for Social Justice on Twitter Open the episode transcript https://bit.ly/N4SJpodcast6 ..read more
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N4SJ's Hot Take on Netflix's "The Chair"
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1y ago
Welcome to our first “hot take,” a quick bonus episode where we discuss a narrative that’s currently getting attention from the press or the public! Hosts Angela Du, Torsa Ghosal, Chiara Pellegrini, and Gretchen Busl give our take on Netflix’s new six-part series, The Chair. Podcast music created by Drew Morgan Follow the Narrative for Social Justice Facebook page Follow Narrative for Social Justice on Twitter Open the episode transcript https://bit.ly/N4SJpodcastB1 ..read more
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Race, Social Justice Pedagogy, and Reclaiming Narratives of the Past
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1y ago
Host Gretchen Busl talks with Dr. Danielle Phillips-Cunningham, associate professor of Multicultural Women's and Gender Studies, about scholar activism, the racial and gender politics of public memory, and social justice pedagogy through the lens of their NEH-funded project "Quakertown Stories."  Connect with Danielle at www.daniellephillips-cunningham.com Podcast music created by Drew Morgan Join the Narrative for Social Justice Facebook group Follow Narrative for Social Justice on Twitter Open the episode transcript https://bit.ly/N4SJpodcast5 Episode Bibliography Phillips-Cunningham, D ..read more
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