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Immersive escapades beyond society and the self.

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Immersive escapades beyond society and the self.

    Hidden Borders

    Hidden Borders

    What is the intrinsic motivation behind digital borders? Why does border control often equal national security? And how will the digitalization of border infrastructure potentially look like in the future? In this episode, we will explore the vast digital infrastructure behind Europe's border regime with Paul Trauttmanssdorff. Paul is a doctoral fellow at the Austrian academy of sciences, studying how border control and migration management have been shaped and transformed by large-scale databases.

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    • 33 min
    Cameroon Incognito

    Cameroon Incognito

    The crisis in Cameroon has been called the worst humanitarian crisis in the world for two years in succession.  While the devastating situation is continuing to unfold, media reports from the region are extremely sparse and documentation of the conflict is minimal. 

    This episode addresses the need for documentation and reporting on the crisis. What is happening in Cameroon? What does Colonialism have to do with it? And what can the international community do to help? 

    With the contribution of Ingrid Viban (international development researcher from the University of Oxford), Esther Omam (executive director of Reach Out NGO), and Lisa Trebs, (research assistant at Institute for Development Studies (IDS). 

    Artwork by @happytoborders 






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    • 49 min
    Karibik und Kolonialismus – Malaika Tschirko und Georg Sölkner, KonaK

    Karibik und Kolonialismus – Malaika Tschirko und Georg Sölkner, KonaK

    Kolonialismus und Karibik - eine Auseinandersetzung mit der europäischen Kolonialsgeschichte in der Karibik. Wie passen Karibik und Kolonialismus zusammen? Wie haben Malaika und Georg die Karibikinseln in Hinblick auf Kolonialgeschichte wahrgenommen? Und was können wir von Ihren Erfahrungen lernen? 
    Die Auseinandersetzung mit Kolonialimus in der Gesellschaft ist wichtig - und wird doch oft unzureichend oder einseitig thematisiert. Warum Kolonialismus in der Schulbildung oft vernachlässigt wird, versuchen wir in dieser Episode auf den Grund zu gehen. 
    Weitere Infos zu KonaK findet ihr hier: www.konak-wien.org (Hier können auch Zeitschriften zu diesem Thema bestellt werden) 
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    Cover art by @happytoborders. 

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    • 43 min
    Yemen

    Yemen

    In Yemen we see the largest humanitarian crisis of our time unfolding before our eyes. 
    Why is it so hard to keep the momentum on Yemen and to face the extent of human despair?  
    In this episode, I was lucky enough to talk to a political scientist, a UNHCR aid worker, and a Yemeni woman and founder of an NGO aiming to empower women and children in Yemen to explore some pressing questions. 
    This episode is dedicated to Yemen. To all the people in Yemen trying to survive, all the aid workers who work tirelessly to alleviate some of the distress on the population and everyone undertaking efforts to spread the message and help people within this forgotten war. 

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    • 58 min
    Where are you from? Exploring Cultural Identity with Sabina McKenna

    Where are you from? Exploring Cultural Identity with Sabina McKenna

    Where are you from? is a question that holds a magnitude of assumptions and often deprives people of their sense of belonging. Often, Black People and People of Colour are being asked this question, especially when they are navigating in a predominantly white landscape. 
    I was lucky enough to connect with the curator Sabina McKenna who is putting this question in the spotlight and addressing the emotional depth of cultural identity. 
    On June 29th the online exhibition 'Hair by Where Are You From' is launching, featuring 26 stories written by BIPOC womxn exploring the experience of having textured, curly and coily hair. 
    'The series aims to build pride and identity for women with textured hair by celebrating all of its beautiful variations.' 
    Follow @whereareyoufrom__ to have access to all of these empowering stories and valuable resources. 

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    • 48 min
    Turning the Page after ISIS – How Literature is Reviving the Spirit of Mosul – Fahad Sabah, Book Forum

    Turning the Page after ISIS – How Literature is Reviving the Spirit of Mosul – Fahad Sabah, Book Forum

    After three devastating years under the occupation of ISIS, Mosul's cultural scene is starting to blossom again.  

    The smoke of the war had not yet vanished from the city, when Fahad Sabah and his partner Harith Yaseen Abdulqadar started their mission to revive the spirit of Mosul – by creating a safe space for men and women alike, open for political debates, celebrating the literary minds of local writers and readers. 

     I talked to Fahad about this incredible achievement, the risks, and struggles of cultural projects in a post-war society and his visions for the future of Mosul and its people. 

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    • 43 min

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