1 hr 6 min

Mourning the unmournable: a forum on 9/11 The East is a Podcast

    • Politics

Friend of the show Anjuli Raza Kolb (@anjulifatima) is joined by Mariam Ghani (@ghanimariam) and Chitra Ganesh to discuss the many legacies of the September 11th attacks.
Anjuli Raza Kolb (University of Toronto) is a scholar, poet, essayist, and translator living in Harlem.
Chitra Ganesh is a Brooklyn-based artist working in film, mural, photographs, painting, comics, and digital media.
Mariam Ghani (Bennington College) is a filmmaker, artist, activist, and researcher based in New York.
Chitra and Mariam have collaborated since 2004 as Index of the Disappeared, an experimental archive of post-9/11 renditions, redactions, detentions, deportations and disappearances, and a platform for dialogue around related issues and ideas.
Please consider supporting the show. Go to Eastpodcast.com for links to Patreon, GoFundMe, cash apps, and merch store.
 

Friend of the show Anjuli Raza Kolb (@anjulifatima) is joined by Mariam Ghani (@ghanimariam) and Chitra Ganesh to discuss the many legacies of the September 11th attacks.
Anjuli Raza Kolb (University of Toronto) is a scholar, poet, essayist, and translator living in Harlem.
Chitra Ganesh is a Brooklyn-based artist working in film, mural, photographs, painting, comics, and digital media.
Mariam Ghani (Bennington College) is a filmmaker, artist, activist, and researcher based in New York.
Chitra and Mariam have collaborated since 2004 as Index of the Disappeared, an experimental archive of post-9/11 renditions, redactions, detentions, deportations and disappearances, and a platform for dialogue around related issues and ideas.
Please consider supporting the show. Go to Eastpodcast.com for links to Patreon, GoFundMe, cash apps, and merch store.
 

1 hr 6 min