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Understanding Disability with Joanne Limburg
Nontsi and Lindelani chat with Joanne Limburg about her personal journey with disability and the impact it has had on her family, social and professional life. Inspired by Joanne’s piece titled “Am I disabled?”
Reading material mentioned in the conversation:
Disability Visibility by Alice Wong
The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time by Mark Haddon
52 Things I Learned In 2020 with Tom Whitwell
Inspired by the piece 52 Things I Learned in 2020, Lindelani and Nontsi speak to the author Tom Whitwell about his list of interesting things he learned in the year 2020.
Complex Systems Of The Modern World with Tim Maughan
Inspired by the piece The Modern World Has Finally Become Too Complex for Any of Us to Understand, Lindelani and Nontsi speak to the author Tim Maughan about the complex systems of the modern world and how they affect us.
Understanding Cheating with Alicia Walker
Inspired by the interview Men who have affairs: An Interview with Alicia Walker, conducted by Arielle Kuperberg, Lindelani and Nontsi speak to the Dr. Alicia Walker about her studies on cheating and how to better understand what cheating is.
Everyone Should Be In The Crossword With Michelle McGhee
Inspired by the piece Who’s in the Crossword, Lindelani speaks to the co-author Michelle McGhee about inclusion in the crossword and the experience of existing within marginalized and underrepresented cultures.
Shocking art vs Shocking subjects
Lindelani and Nontsi chat with Sophie Haigney, about her piece featured in the Browser (titled Making Art Bad Again) about shock, protest, and visual art in the age of Trump, and what similarities or differences exist in the South African context.