27 episodes

Broken Millennials - podcast series with Eva Haishun and Dasha Ovsiannikova, where we, along with our guests, discuss relevant topics and share experiences. Divided into three blocks, we explore Creativity, Human Rights, and Science. Together with our listeners, we discover the insights of most intriguing professions and contemporary movements. Stay tuned!

Broken Millennials Eva & Dasha

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Broken Millennials - podcast series with Eva Haishun and Dasha Ovsiannikova, where we, along with our guests, discuss relevant topics and share experiences. Divided into three blocks, we explore Creativity, Human Rights, and Science. Together with our listeners, we discover the insights of most intriguing professions and contemporary movements. Stay tuned!

    Journalism in the New Era

    Journalism in the New Era

    In the past few months, the lives of all of us had been shifted towards online communication, whether we like it or not. In the new episode of the Broken Millennials, we are inviting an expert in journalism Andriy Pylypenko to help us identify the trends in modern media.

    From outdated newspapers to ubiquitous social media platforms, from Eastern Europe to the USA - we are covering global questions that many are wondering about.

    Stay tuned!



    Where to find us?

    Eva https://www.instagram.com/evahaishun/

    Dasha https://www.instagram.com/dasha_ovsian/ 

    Email brokenmillennials.work@gmail.com

    • 24 min
    Domestic Violence

    Domestic Violence

    Circumstances call for a slight change of format, and it is exactly what we did in the new episode of Broken Millennials. In the past few months of Covid lockdown, the amount and severity of domestic violence have reached a crucial and dangerous point. We believe that by shedding light on this extremely important and overlooked issue, we could make a small contribution towards bringing awareness about domestic violence.

    As we often hear, abuse thrives in silence. So let us change that and speak up about it. Helping us with that will be our new guest, Galina Desyatova, who has worked in the US as a counsellor with men who use violence in their intimate relationships. She will talk about gender stereotypes, law enforcement to help victims of domestic violence, and the difference of approach to this issue in the Western and post-Soviet world.



    Where to find us?

    Eva https://www.instagram.com/evahaishun/

    Dasha https://soundcloud.com/dashaovsian?fbclid=IwAR0rhXEAFfMjllRHi1-8UNbXD73GQw3fM3fDtuhWMMOJ8C41CORMOFMb-UM

    Email brokenmillennials.work@gmail.com

    • 53 min
    Illustration as a way of cognition

    Illustration as a way of cognition

    As so many other people, in your childhood your teacher or parent might have classified you as a "visionary" or "auditory" learner. But guess what - it's not all that easy! Today we are discussing the visual perception of information, and helping with that will be our new guests: illustrators and cartoonists from all around the world. 

    The conversations wander off occasionally to other topics, such as good ol' creativity, inspiration, and other kinds of artistic expression. Stay tuned and enjoy!



    People featured in the episode in the order of speaking:

    Madeline Horwaths https://instagram.com/madelinehorwath?igshid=2fqoe09rm3wi

    Joe Dator https://instagram.com/joedator?igshid=13rbmafwmu1qn

    Fran Labuschagne https://instagram.com/franlabuschagne?igshid=15hjmng7xvbsn

    Evan Lian https://instagram.com/evahnsan?igshid=k09hvapw3lui



    Where to find us?

    Eva https://www.instagram.com/evahaishun/

    Dasha https://soundcloud.com/dashaovsian?fbclid=IwAR0rhXEAFfMjllRHi1-8UNbXD73GQw3fM3fDtuhWMMOJ8C41CORMOFMb-UM

    Email brokenmillennials.work@gmail.com

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Cooking, inspiration, and social bonds with US chefs

    Cooking, inspiration, and social bonds with US chefs

    Today we are bringing something new to the table (quite literally) - we are talking about food. From the artistic value of recipe development to the specifics of cooking industry - we are discussing a whole range of topics featuring four guest-speakers: Alexandra Shytsman, Erin Jeanne McDowell, Jodi Moreno, and Lauren Shockey.

    Each one of them with a unique background and style, they share their opinions with us on their cooking techniques and sources of inspiration.



    People featured in the episode in the order of speaking:

    Alexandra Shytsman https://www.instagram.com/thenewbaguette/?igshid=mandfgizoira

    Erin Jeanne McDowell https://www.instagram.com/emcdowell/

    Jodi Moreno https://www.instagram.com/whatscookingoodlooking_/?igshid=b4t62oy25zai

    Lauren Shockey https://www.instagram.com/ldshockey/?igshid=10qo3qzxvz3th



    Where to find us?

    Eva https://www.instagram.com/evahaishun/

    Dasha https://soundcloud.com/dashaovsian?fbclid=IwAR0rhXEAFfMjllRHi1-8UNbXD73GQw3fM3fDtuhWMMOJ8C41CORMOFMb-UM

    Email brokenmillennials.work@gmail.com

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Learning and English with Jane Medina

    Learning and English with Jane Medina

    How can language and literature be taught? Is there a special approach to those students for whom English is a second language? How is voicing your opinion different for the international teachers?

    Another episode of "Broken Millennials" podcast is devoted to learning and education, as well as some specifics of the freedom of speech and personal expression. Today we are discussing the general approaches to learning languages, sharing our personal experiences and ask for the opinion of a professional: a teacher of English language and literature.

    Full Interview on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGmrepuRkko



    Where to find us?

    Eva https://www.instagram.com/evahaishun/

    Dasha https://soundcloud.com/dashaovsian?fbclid=IwAR0rhXEAFfMjllRHi1-8UNbXD73GQw3fM3fDtuhWMMOJ8C41CORMOFMb-UM

    Email brokenmillennials.work@gmail.com

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Romanticism and Art with Courtney Yasmineh

    Romanticism and Art with Courtney Yasmineh

    Romanticism has been a daily part of our lives for many years, and, without even noticing it, we have shifted our perspective of reality based on the intellectual movement. In the episode, we talk a little about the origins of romanticism and discuss it is influence on the creators. It was a great pleasure to have Courtney Yasmineh as our first guest and to discuss art, creativity, and romanticism with her. 

     

    Courtney Yasmineh

    Facebook https://web.facebook.com/courtneyyasmineh?__tn__=%2CdlC-R-R&eid=ARAEopQ2QdBzw_lEC0foSiqj7gDPzGhdBUT9AIPv-qX1c-rYXXKipjQFFpF-vGZ1aBL30WeSmgD3lCfI&hc_ref=ARRtWEvZohyv7fTLjsOg7RnlAJnA0sPs8CCNppGzwYVuvQkBzyKKc4Ru7zPziSxxpCI 

    Website https://courtneyyasmineh.com/home

    Music https://itunes.apple.com/artist/id45268615



    Where to find us?

    Eva https://www.instagram.com/evahaishun/

    Dasha https://soundcloud.com/dashaovsian?fbclid=IwAR0rhXEAFfMjllRHi1-8UNbXD73GQw3fM3fDtuhWMMOJ8C41CORMOFMb-UM

    Email brokenmillennials.work@gmail.com

    • 57 min

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