In this episode of the Shuddhashar Free-Thought Podcast, Marta Breen, a Norwegian journalist, and nonfiction author whose work focuses primarily on women empowerment and women’s issues, joins the podcast as a valuable contributor to an important discussion about feminism, women’s issues, the male gaze, and more.
In this episode of the Shuddhashar Freethought Podcast, Kasia Paprocki, an associate professor from the Department of Geography and Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science, offers an eye-opening perspective on the climate crisis. Paprocki discusses the process of authoring her recently released book, Threatening Dystopias: The Global Politics of Climate Change …
In this episode of the Shuddhashar Free-Thought Podcast, Sibusiso Hlubi, a valued worker in ICT for government foreign affairs and foreign embassies, joins the podcast as a valuable contributor to an important discussion about South Africa’s various responses to the coronavirus pandemic, travel bans imposed on South Africa, and vaccine apartheid.
“TW: domestic abuse, violence, racism, rape. In this episode of the Shuddhashar Free-Thought Podcast, we speak to therapist and feminist . In our conversation, she dispels the utopian myth about contemporary Sweden by sharing her knowledge on the intersectionality of intimate partner violence, feminism and racism.”
On this Free-Thought Podcast, we speak with Lyla Byers as she reflects on her essay in the Shuddhashar Body Politics issue: shuddhashar.com/magazine/issue-24-body-politics/ Lyla is a feminist fat studies scholar and she talks to us about the intersectional concerns around fatphobia in this episode.
On this episode of the Free-Thought podcast, we are joined by Avery Delany to discuss the work of the decolonisation collective, DecolAnth @ Gold. Avery works alongside Nicole Mayangi, Rambasayi Marufu, Dr Adom Philogene and Heron and Dr Gabriel Dattatreyan to intersectionally critique and change structural issues in anthropology scholarship and practice.