Imagining a New Left Internationalism Outside the Legacies of the Settler State - SPEAKING OUT OF PLACE
Social Justice & Activism: The Creative Process: Activists, Environmental, Indigenous Groups, Artis
by Interviewed by David Palumbo-Liu & Azeezah Kanji, Speaking Out of Place hosted by David Palumbo-Liu & Azeezah Kanji
3d ago
In this episode on Speaking Out of Place podcast, Professor David Palumbo-Liu and Azeezah Kanji have a conversation with critical political theorists Adom Getachew and Ayça Çubukçu on the colonial construction of the international system and its organization around the institution of the nation state. The conversation covers and uncovers so many aspects of the hidden colonial history behind the constitution of this system, but also the resistance and creative appropriations by Black, Indigenous, and colonized peoples, allowing us to imagine possible liberatory futures beyond the forms and stri ..read more
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How has travel contributed to the ecological degradation of the planet? - Highlights - MICHAEL CRONIN
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk & Eveline Mol, Climate Change & Environmental Solutions - Creative Process Original Series
1w ago
"Midway Island, one of the most remote islands in the world, lies at the centre of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a huge concentration of plastic litter covering a surface that is almost three times the size of France. Islands that formerly offered visions of unexampled environmental plenty are now witness to unparalleled ecological devastation." Michael Cronin is an Irish academic specialist in culture, travel literature, translation studies, and the Irish language. He has taught in universities in France and Ireland and has held visiting research fellowships to universities in Canada, Belg ..read more
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Eco-Travel: Journeying in the Age of the Anthropocene w/ MICHAEL CRONIN - Author, Prof. of Culture, Literature & Translation
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk & Eveline Mol, Climate Change & Environmental Solutions - Creative Process Original Series
1w ago
How has tourism and writing about travel contributed to the ecological degradation of the planet?How does language influence perception and our relationship to the more-than-human world? Michael Cronin is an Irish academic specialist in culture, travel literature, translation studies, and the Irish language. He has taught in universities in France and Ireland and has held visiting research fellowships to universities in Canada, Belgium, Peru, France, and Egypt. He's a fellow of Trinity College Dublin, an elected member of the Royal Irish Academy, and a senior researcher in the Trinity Centre f ..read more
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Black Geographics with CAMILLA HAWTHORNE - SPEAKING OUT OF PLACE
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by Interviewed by David Palumbo-Liu & Azeezah Kanji, Speaking Out of Place hosted by David Palumbo-Liu & Azeezah Kanji
2w ago
In this episode on Speaking Out of Place podcast Professor David Palumbo-Liu and Azeezah Kanji talk we talk with Camilla Hawthorne about her recent edited collection, The Black Geographic: Praxis, Resistance, Futurity, and its relation to her prior monograph, Contesting Race and Citizenship: Youth Politics in the Black Mediterranean. She explains and elaborates on how Blackness is not singular, but involved in “taking place” in imaginative, resistant, and across many different political terrains, whether it be citizenship, the right to the city, the imagining of futures after environmental col ..read more
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How to Live a Good a Life - Stoic Wisdom & the Founding Fathers - Highlights - JEFFREY ROSEN
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk & Virginia Moscetti, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
2w ago
"Slavery is the most glaring, notorious, and important hypocrisy to discuss. How was it possible that these Founders, all of whom acknowledge that slavery violated natural rights and natural justice, themselves owned slaves? And it was striking to discover that they didn't even try. That Patrick Henry quote is so significant. He said: is it not amazing that I myself who believe that slavery is immoral, myself own slaves? I will not justify it. I won't attempt to. It's simple avarice or greed. I can't do with the inconvenience of living without them." Jeffrey Rosen is President and CEO of the N ..read more
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The Pursuit of Happiness - JEFFREY ROSEN - President & CEO of the National Constitution Center
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk & Virginia Moscetti, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
2w ago
What is the true meaning of the pursuit of happiness? What can we learn from the Founding Fathers about achieving harmony, balance, tranquility, self-mastery, and pursuing the public good? Jeffrey Rosen is President and CEO of the National Constitution Center, where he hosts We the People, a weekly podcast of constitutional debate. He is also a professor of law at the George Washington University Law School and a contributing editor at The Atlantic. Rosen is a graduate of Harvard College, Oxford University, and Yale Law School. He is the author of seven previous books, including the ..read more
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Creating Safe Spaces: ITA O’BRIEN & the Art of Intimacy Coordination - Highlights
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
2w ago
Working with Michaela Coel on I May Destroy You "That was such a privilege and a joy to work with Michaela Coel, just to be witness and to support her amazing creative process as a writer, as it being part of her life story, as executive producer, as co director, and then finally as actor. Those kinds of storytellings are really important in that they're told with full-on emotional content that has been intended. We don't want to have to pull back from really showing the ugly side of our humanity if there are really challenging, intimate scenes. How do we make sure, as Michaela said, that ..read more
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Intimacy Coordinator ITA O’BRIEN on I May Destroy You, Sex Education & Creating Safe Spaces
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
2w ago
How can intimate scenes be brought to the screen in ways that respect the emotional well-being and privacy of the artists themselves? How do we make sure that we can create a story about abuse without anyone being abused in the process? Ita O’Brien is the UK’s leading Intimacy Coordinator, founder of Intimacy on Set (and author of the Intimacy On Set Guidelines). Her company, set up in 2018 provides services to TV, film, and theatre when dealing with intimacy, and is a SAG-Aftra accredited training provider of Intimacy Practitioners. Intimacy on Set has supported numerous high-profile film and ..read more
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The Transformative Power of Writing with ANDRE DUBUS III - Highlights
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
3w ago
"I was the boy whose hatred for bullies had become a hatred for injustice of all kinds–for imperialism and colonialism, for racism and poverty, for a world where cruelty and violence and oppression were rewarded with power and vast sums of money for the brutal for the brutal few at the expense of many." Andre Dubus III’s nine books include the New York Times’ bestsellers House of Sand and Fog, The Garden of Last Days, and his memoir, Townie. His work has been included in The Best American Essays and The Best Spiritual Writing anthologies. His novel, House of Sand and Fog was a finalist for the ..read more
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Revolutionizing Sustainability: BERTRAND PICCARD's Path to a Cleaner Planet - Highlights
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk & Katherine Gross, Climate Change & Environmental Solutions - Creative Process Original Series
1M ago
"In a lot of regions of the world, ecology has started to be a hostage of political parties. You have the left wing, which takes ecology as its flagship. You have the right wing, which is fighting against ecology because they want to fight against the left wing, and they use all the arguments of ecology to destroy ecology. It's very strange that the people who want to protect the environment are not able to make their cause much more appealing. This is what I try to do with the new narrative of the Solar Impulse Foundation: to show the opportunities more than the risks. To show the solutions m ..read more
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