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Urban Arena is a series of critical conversations with activists, entrepreneurs, intellectuals and policy-makers in different European cities who are working, in complimentary and conflicting ways, to create cities that respond to the twin chal
Introduction into law and politics behind facial recognition in the recent years (until 2021).Special guest of the episode: Jennifer Brody, U.S. Advocacy Manager of Access Now (https://twitter.com/brodyjab?s=20).Editor: Natalie L. Payne (https:
Beszédes (el)hallgatás – szigorúan ellenőrzött megszólalások. Csöndes megemlékezés 2021. június 11-i beszélgetése.
A beszélgetés németül zajlott / The conversation was in GermanA podcast elérhető magyar felirattal a Fővárosi levéltár YouTube csatornáján.Háborúkban megerőszakolt nők emlékezete projekt - Előadássorozat XI., 2021. június 17. Mélyi József művés
In the interview with Andrea Pető they are discussing two topics: the importance of memory in transformative politics and the forms of forgetting in relation to the planned monument of victims of war time rape in Budapest.
In the 50th podcast of the series Andrea Peto speaks about the achievements, fun facts and outreach of the previous 49 podcasts.
In the closing episode of this series, we will talk about an increasingly popular funding strategy for small, independent media organizations: hybrid business models - where media outlets combine revenues from various sources as a means of fina
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. This month Romane Joly from the University of Freiburg speaks with Kaja Zimmermann and David Bachmann from foodsharing Freiburg.
As an internationally recognized expert on public art and the memorial genre, James E. Young has served on juries for a number of prospective memorials, from the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin to the National 9/11 Memorial in
Hoy, en Retazos Antropológicos hablamos con la antropóloga Laia Narciso sobre sus dos artículos recién publicados (referencias abajo). En estos Narciso sigue las trayectorias de jóvenes chicas y chicos, pertenecientes a la segunda generación o
On April 24, 2016, Tiempo Argentino published its first edition as a workers' cooperative. Before this, it was a printed newspaper, managed by a businessman, with a traditional financing model using advertising to support its operations. The mo
On April 24, 2016, Tiempo Argentino published its first edition as a workers' cooperative. Before this, it was a printed newspaper, managed by a businessman, with a traditional financing model using advertising to support its operations. The mo
En este episodio de Retazos Antropológicos charlamos sobre el artículo de Paula Escribano et al. (2020) galardonado el Premio AIBR 2020 al mejor artículo de antropología iberoamericana. El artículo presenta casos de explotaciones agrarias y/o g
En este episodio de Retazos Antropológicos charlamos sobre el artículo de Paula Escribano et al. (2020) galardonado el Premio AIBR 2020 al mejor artículo de antropología iberoamericana. El artículo presenta casos de explotaciones agrarias y/o g
Malaysiakini is one of Malaysia’s most popular news sites, and was founded in 1999. In 2002, still a medium size organization, with 20 staff members, making money mostly from advertising and other services, Malaysiakini decided to introduce a p
Interview with Michael Rothberg conducted by Hedvig Turai.Michael Rothberg, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, 1939 Society Samuel Goetz Chair in Holocaust Studies, UCLA, has major contributions to trauma and memory studies.  The
‘Szadvar Castle – its Foes and its Friends’ is a documentary of the medieval Szadvar Castle in the north of Hungary and The Friends of Szadvar, a brilliant group of volunteers who were founded to save Szadvar Castle from being forgotten.  Toget
Can journalism cooperatives and subscription newsletters put power back in the hands of journalists?In the third episode of our series we explore this question with Maria Bustillos, journalist and co-founder of the Brick House, a collectively-o
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. This month Kate speaks with Heidi Lindvall from seed stage ClimateTech VC company Pale Blue Dot.  Do you want to become an Urban Arena podcast correspondent! We want your voi
Pasts, Inc., Center of Historical Studies at CEU, CEU Department of Gender Studies, the Working Group of Democracy in History of CEU Democracy Institute, and the Subcommittee of the History of Second World War of the Hungarian Academy of Scienc
In this episode we will talk about two media organizations that overcame geographical distances to report on their homes from abroad. They are also doing much more than that: they have created a synthesis of different art forms and journalism a
In this first episode of the series, we’ll bring you the story of Telex, a media organisation that was willed into being by its founders when one of Hungary’s flagship media outlets was pushed to the brink of collapse by government pressure. Wh
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. This month Kate and Ian take a break from interviewing as Sophia Silverton chats with Isabell Eberlein and Denis Petri from Changing Cities. They talk about the role of partic
The nadir point is sometimes reached between 4 and 6 in the morning and represents the lowest level of activity of the human body during the 24-hour life cycle. During that time, I often felt like I was losing my balance and my whole body was g
Original title: "24 - Nightwork: migrant labour and embodied precarity in the global city"By contrasens is licensed under a  Creative Commons License.Produced & edited by: Maria Martelli & Karol Pataki Visuals: Maria Martelli Intro & Outro: Kin
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