Imagine Otherwise by Ideas on Fire

Imagine Otherwise by Ideas on Fire

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Art + Activism + Academia
Marisol LeBrón on an Anti-Colonial Abolitionist Praxis
Mar 13 • 18 min
Latinx studies scholar Marisol LeBrón on how police violence and Hurricane Maria reveal the fraught colonial relationship between Puerto Rico and the US government, how scholars can roll with the punches when natural disasters and other major current…
Jade S. Sasser on Reproductive Justice and Climate Change
Feb 27 • 20 min
Cathy Hannabach interviews gender and health studies scholar Jade S. Sasser about how the long racist and sexist histories of population control shape current-day climate change debates and global health policy, how to approach scholarship from a position…
Jessica Nydia Pabón-Colón on Women Graffiti Artists
Feb 13 • 22 min
Professor and arts activist Jessica Nydia Pabón-Colón about how women graffiti writers perform feminism on the global stage; what a feminist approach to arts curating looks like on the ground; and why building feminist, queer, and decolonial bonds across…
Alyshia Gálvez on NAFTA and Transnational Food Justice
Jan 30 • 20 min
Cultural anthropologist Alyshia Gálvez discusses how NAFTA has changed the food practices and health outcomes for Mexican and Mexican American populations, how scholars can translate their research, and why dreaming big and bringing her full self to her…
J. Kēhaulani Kauanui on Hawaiian Sovereignty
Jan 16 • 25 min
Indigenous studies professor and radio host J. Kēhaulani Kauanui discusses the histories and futures of the Hawaiian sovereignty movement, why independent media is uniquely suited to telling Indigenous stories, the solidarities between anarchist and…
Jenny L. Davis on Indigenous Language Revitalization
Jan 2 • 17 min
Chickasaw professor and activist Jenny L. Davis talks about Chickasaw language revitalization; how Indigenous language activism is interwoven with other cultural productions; the importance of transnational skill sharing; and why building a world where…
Jian Neo Chen on Trans of Color Art and Activism
Dec 19, 2018 • 14 min
Transgender studies scholar Jian Neo Chen discusses why collaborations between artists, activists, and academics are so vital to transgender studies; how academic journals born in the digital age are reimagining what scholarship looks and reads like; and…
Aimee Bahng on Speculating from the Undercommons
Dec 5, 2018 • 19 min
Transnational feminist studies professor Aimee Bahng talks about how speculative fiction and other geeky genres help us to imagine and create radical, queer of color feminist futures; how professors can link classroom activities to local social justice…
Craig Santos Perez on a Decolonial and Demilitarized Pacific
Nov 21, 2018 • 14 min
Chamoru poet and professor Craig Santos Perez talks about how creation stories, Spam, and the birth of his daughter inspired his most recent book of poetry; why poetry is such a powerful way into social justice activism; the future of Pacific Islander…
Macarena Gómez-Barris on Fighting Extractive Capitalism
Nov 7, 2018 • 25 min
Scholar Macarena Gómez-Barris talks about how social movements and art practices throughout the Américas offer models for organizing beyond the state, the politics of translating academic scholarship in a transnational world, the creative East–South…
Veronica Corzo-Duchardt on Art Between Worlds
Oct 24, 2018 • 16 min
Artist, designer, and art director Veronica Corzo-Duchardt talks about the personal and collective histories hidden in Cuban architectural surfaces, how current scholarship in diaspora studies and cultural anthropology inspires Veronica’s art work, how to…
Imani Perry on Love as an Ethic
Oct 10, 2018 • 18 min
Feminist scholar Imani Perry talks about the intimate ways gender, colonialism, and race intertwine; how Imani draws on the inspiration of both Lorraine Hansberry and Imani’s grandmother to build a life full of meaning and justice; how scholars can follow…
Manuela Lavinas Picq on Indigenous Futures
Sep 26, 2018 • 20 min
Professor Manuela Lavinas Picq talks about the powerful ways Indigenous Ecuadorian women are forging new models for international politics; the personal, professional, and political stakes of being a scholar in the Global South; why it is so important for…
Francesca T. Royster on Writing Courageously
Sep 12, 2018 • 27 min
Professor and writer Francesca T. Royster talks about the queer afterlives of soul music, her powerful family histories of women forging intellectual and familial bonds in untraditional ways, and why giving young people the tools to tell their own stories…
Stacie Williams on the Radical Librarianiship
Aug 29, 2018 • 26 min
Librarian and archivist Stacie Williams chats about how knowledge and information gathering has always been deeply racialized and gendered, the radical work librarians and archivists are doing to end sexual violence and the carceral state, why digitizing…
Gayatri Gopinath on Queer Diasporic Aesthetics
Aug 15, 2018 • 15 min
Professor Gayatri Gopinath talks about how visual culture allows us to draw alternative cartographies and see things queerly, how diasporic communities are using art to challenge national governments and transnational capitalism, the radical possibilities…
Heath Fogg Davis on Gender’s Administration
Aug 1, 2018 • 34 min
Host Cathy Hannabach and trans studies scholar Julian Gill-Peterson talk with professor and consultant Heath Fogg Davis about his book Beyond Trans: Does Gender Matter? Part of the Interventions miniseries recorded at the Cultural Studies Association…
Aimi Hamraie on the Politics of Disability and Design
Jul 18, 2018 • 27 min
Professor and designer Aimi Hamraie talks about their new book Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability. Part of the Interventions miniseries recorded at the Cultural Studies Association conference in Pittsburgh, PA. Transcript and…
Sami Schalk on Disability and Black Women’s Speculative Fiction
Jul 4, 2018 • 20 min
Host Cathy Hannabach and scholar Anastasia Kārkliņa talk with disability studies scholar Sami Schalk about Sami’s new book Bodyminds Reimagined: (Dis)ability, Race, and Gender in Black Women’s Speculative Fiction. Part of the Interventions miniseries…
Bianca Laureano on Feminist Afro-Latinx Sex Education
Jun 20, 2018 • 26 min
Educator and sexologist Bianca Laureano talks about how women of color sexual health communities are challenging white supremacy and sex negativity; how a hippie Puerto Rican family shaped Bianca’s journey into the sex education field; the vital support…
Tavia Nyong’o on Revolutionary Queer Imaginaries
Jun 6, 2018 • 19 min
Professor Tavia Nyong’o talks about the ongoing project of Black abolition, repurposing social media platforms to create monthly political salons and counterpublics, how to live the contradictions inherent in public scholarship, and why centering queer of…
Tina Campt on Listening to Images
May 16, 2018 • 27 min
Professor Tina Campt talks about how listening to images reveals their multisensory and embodied nature, the haptic connections we have to photos, why the art/activism/academia braid holds such power for Black communities, and why putting intimacy at the…
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha on Disability Justice
May 2, 2018 • 31 min
Writer and cultural worker Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha discusses the past successes and current challenges of the disability justice movement, how to create truly accessible performance and art spaces, and why helping survivors remake the world is…
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha on Radical Memoir
Apr 18, 2018 • 32 min
Writer and cultural worker Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha discusses her transformative justice memoir Dirty River, how queer brown and disabled people write themselves into history, how you can bring ritual into your writing practice, and the value of…
Manuel Cuellar on Dancing as Community Building
Apr 4, 2018 • 18 min
Dancer and professor Manuel Cuellar talks about how queering Mexican folkloric dance lets him create the communities he wants to inhabit, how Indigenous knowledge production provides a vital alternative to traditional universities, and why embodied…
Lynn Comella on Finding Your Voice and Knowing Your Audience
Mar 21, 2018 • 23 min
Writer and professor Lynn Comella covers the fierce women and queers who jump started the feminist sex toy revolution, how scholars can up their public engagement game (not to mention why they need to), pragmatic advice for writing a crossover or trade…
Sara Tatyana Bernstein on Critical Public Scholarship
Mar 7, 2018 • 16 min
Cultural studies scholar Sara Tatyana Bernstein shares why she started a digital magazine focused on fashion and politics, why public engagement and community projects are the future of education, and how becoming a public scholar is allowing Sara to…
Alice Y. Hom on Queer Public History
Feb 21, 2018 • 15 min
Community builder and historian Alice Y. Hom talks about the political and personal process of starting a history podcast about queer and trans people of color, what nonprofits and community organizations face in the coming years, and how self-care and…
Elizabeth J. Chin on Dancing Beyond Whiteness
Jan 31, 2018 • 26 min
Dancer and ethnographer Elizabeth J. Chin discusses the simultaneous freedom, fun, and vulnerability inherent in writing about oneself, how dance is fantastic preparation for academic work, how she makes space for her whole self amidst a busy academic…
Shaka McGlotten on the Passion of Inquiry
Jan 10, 2018 • 29 min
Professor Shaka McGlotten talks about the erotic relationship we often have to the things that we study as well as how that always necessitates both desire and loss, how students can harness the power of Afrofuturism and speculation to combat white…
Yaba Blay on Everyday Black Girl Magic
Dec 13, 2017 • 20 min
Cultural producer Yaba Blay talks about how beauty culture and colorism shape her publicly engaged approach to scholarship, how being an insider/outsider in the academy allows one to enact broad social change, the importance of meeting students where…
Elicia Gonzales on Latinx Reproductive Justice
Nov 29, 2017 • 20 min
Sex educator and reproductive justice advocate Elicia Gonzales talks about how reproductive justice organizations can better incorporate intersectionality (and why they should), the role of Latinx and other queer of color movements in Philadelphia’s…
Karen Tongson on the Pleasures of Pop Culture
Nov 15, 2017 • 22 min
Podcaster and professor Karen Tongson chats about music and its relationship to place, the migratory and melodic flows between Manila and Los Angeles, how the Spice Girls can help us understand Adorno and Horkheimer, and the queer and transnational…
Aileen Suzara on Filipino Food Activism and Eco-Education
Nov 1, 2017 • 26 min
Chef and eco-educator Aileen Suzara discusses her journey into professional cooking, the familial stories she has uncovered connecting land to community and memory, the important role of Filipino farmers in the sustainability movement, and how Filipino…
Lakshmi Ramgopal on Postcolonial Music and the Pull of History
Oct 18, 2017 • 22 min
Musician and scholar Lakshmi Ramgopal discusses her musical journey through Indian classical Carnatic music, electronica, and Riot Grrrl; her research on what colonial subjects under the Roman Empire can teach us about contemporary geopolitics; using…
Adeline Koh on Feminist Entrepreneurship and Self-Care
Oct 4, 2017 • 20 min
Adeline Koh discusses her journey from tenured English professor to entrepreneur, how she puts her postcolonial feminist training to work at her company Sabbatical Beauty, and the challenges and surprises of settling into a new life as a business owner.…
Yolanda Wisher on Poetry as Community Engagement
Sep 20, 2017 • 20 min
Philadelphia Poet Laureate Yolanda Wisher discusses how poetry can be a community engagement practice; blending academic, artistic, and activist experiences in one’s everyday work; and how building a world where everyone is able to find and utilize their…
Nia King on Supporting Queer and Trans Artists of Color
Sep 6, 2017 • 24 min
Nia King shares how she came to host the podcast We Want the Airwaves, the racial politics of the publishing industry, how she has put her ethnic studies training to work beyond the academy, and why getting queer and trans artists of color paid fairly for…
Shanté Paradigm Smalls on Hip Hop’s Queer Aesthetics
Aug 23, 2017 • 34 min
Shanté Paradigm Smalls discusses their journey with Shambhala Buddhist Meditation, their research on the queer collision of race, gender, and sexuality in hip hop culture, building a critical practice around embodiment, and how working towards an…
Tanisha C. Ford on Black Creative Genius
Aug 9, 2017 • 27 min
Tanisha C. Ford discusses the cultural and political dimensions of Black fashion, the state of contemporary critical fashion studies and its possible futures, how creative practice and academic work can inform one another, and how Black art and creative…
Heath Fogg Davis on Transgender Discrimination
Jul 26, 2017 • 22 min
Heath Fogg Davis shares why almost all sex classification is unnecessary, in everything from bathrooms and IDs to sports and education; how Philadelphia is tackling racism and queer and trans justice; how scholars can harness their expertise in community…
Marcella Ernest on Native American Filmmaking and Podcasting
Jul 12, 2017 • 20 min
Ojibwe video artist and scholar Marcella Ernest shares why complex subjects require complex film techniques, how scholar-artists can use their academic pursuits as inspiration for their creative endeavors and vice versa, and how building a better world…
Solomon Enos, Abigail Romanchak, and John Hina (Prime) on Native Hawaiian Food Security
Jun 28, 2017 • 25 min
How does Indigenous art intervene in processes of consumerism, global warming, and the environmental effects of the toy market?Artists Solomon Enos, Abigail Romanchak, and John Hina (Prime) share their experiences working with the Smithsonian Asian…
Rosanna Raymond, Léuli Māzyār Lunaʻi Eshrāghi, and Ricky Tagaban on Indigenous Sovereignty Movements
Jun 21, 2017 • 29 min
How can shared space drive artistic, healing collaborations? How can art address global warming, gender identity, ancestral teachings, and the importance of local community? Indigenous artists Rosanna Raymond, Léuli Māzyār Lunaʻi Eshrāghi, and Ricky…
Kālewa Correa, Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis, and Adriel Luis on Radical Curation
Jun 14, 2017 • 26 min
What if we designed art exhibitions around social justice community organizing principles? How can collaboration among artists, curators, scholars, and participants generate a radical art experience? Curators Kālewa Correa, Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis, and…
Lila Sharif on the Settler Colonial Politics of Food
May 31, 2017 • 21 min
Lila Sharif chats about the role of food in both transnational settler colonialism and resistance to it, how she gets students thinking about their own food histories, the complex dynamics of ethical consumerism and where we get our food, and…
Surbhi Malik on Diasporic Radio
May 24, 2017 • 34 min
Surbhi Malik talks about migrants’ complex place-making practices, mentoring students’ whole selves, how she went from hosting an American music radio show in India to hosting an Indian music radio show in the US, and how public projects like radio taught…
Emily Hue on Burmese Performance Art
May 17, 2017 • 29 min
Emily Hue explains how Burmese performance artists navigate the asylum/refugee process, why academics should explore outlets beyond the academic monograph, what luxury hair markets and oil spill cleanup have to do with one another, and her contribution to…
Leah Milne on the Good Trouble of Racial Justice
May 10, 2017 • 17 min
Leah Milne considers how metafictional narratives by authors of color can provide a pedagogy of discomfort, how comics and graphic novels can spur the “good trouble” of social justice activism, and how she uses the classroom to teach radical empathy.…
Tara Fickle on Tarot in the Classroom
May 3, 2017 • 26 min
Tara Fickle explains why games and literature help us understand racial formation, how she built a video game about WWII Japanese-American internment, how emerging scholars can gain technological skills to create public, multimedia work, and how tarot and…
Karen Jaime on Queer Puerto Rican Slam Poetry
Apr 5, 2017 • 24 min
Karen Jaime chats about NYC queer and trans* Puerto Rican poets, how masculine-of-center and butch professors can use the classroom as an artistic/activist space, how poets paradoxically use language to bust through language barriers, and why queer and…
E. Patrick Johnson on Oral History and Creativity Rituals
Mar 22, 2017 • 36 min
E. Patrick Johnson shares his creative process, how he translates scholarly ideas into artistic work and vice versa, how Black gay men and women are crafting community-based oral histories, and how artistic and scholarly collaboration is a key way he…
Francisco Galarte on Chicanx Transgender Style
Mar 7, 2017 • 38 min
Francisco Galarte considers racialized politics of style for Chicanx queer and transgender subjects, the classroom as a social justice space, and how trans faculty of color can queer the academy. Transcript and show notes:…
Felami Burgess on Queer of Color Media Representation
Feb 22, 2017 • 30 min
Felami Burgess chats about queer of color media representation, her multimedia and transnational trajectory, how any class on any topic can be an opportunity to create, and why now more than ever we need to braid art, activism, and academia to build…
Vince Schleitwiler on Afro–Asian Activist Coalitions
Feb 8, 2017 • 29 min
Vince Schleitwiler talks about liberatory coalitions between Black and Asian communities, how the public humanities have shifted in the context of neoliberalism, and how contemporary activists draw inspiration from what he calls “the geography of the lost…
Tala Khanmalek on Femme of Color Healing Justice
Jan 25, 2017 • 26 min
Tala Khanmalek shares how academics can incorporate healing justice and disability justice into academic workflows, how a holistic approach to graduate school enabled Tala to create social justice projects, and what a healing justice and disability…
Zach McDowell on Open Access Publishing
Jan 11, 2017 • 15 min
Zach McDowell reviews the relationship between the open access movement and other social justice movements, how decreasing the “digital divide” isn’t the only thing needed for true media justice, and what it really means when people say “information wants…
Jessie Daniels and Polly Thistlethwaite on Being a Scholar in the Digital Era
Dec 28, 2016 • 26 min
Jessie Daniels and Polly Thistlethwaite discuss why so many scholars who are interested in open access publishing are also social justice activists, and how those scholars and activists can expand public access to scholarship. Transcript and show notes:…
Mimi Khúc and Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis on Asian American Mental Health Activism
Dec 14, 2016 • 31 min
What does wellness and unwellness look like in the context of Asian America? In the context of academia? Mimi Khúc and Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis discuss how academia can better address parenting, mental health, and wellness, as well as the forthcoming…
Mimi Nguyen on Punk of Color Politics
Nov 30, 2016 • 18 min
Mimi Nguyen addresses imperialist US discourse of debt and freedom repeatedly attached to refugees, how Mimi is drawing unexpected artistic encounters between actor Keanu Reeves and Buddhist nun Pema Chödrön, and why communities of color are turning to…
Amanda Phillips on Critical Digital Humanities
Nov 16, 2016 • 37 min
Amanda Phillips chats about the politics of video game realism in an era of increasingly visible police violence, why marginalized communities have turned to digital media for organizing, and how hashtag syllabi have transformed what it means to teach…
André Pérez on Transgender Oral History
Nov 2, 2016 • 24 min
André Pérez shares his approach to multimedia projects, why he focuses on work that empowers marginalized communities, and how storytelling helps us imagine otherwise. Transcript and show notes: https://ideasonfire.net/23-andre-perez
Wazhmah Osman on Autoethnography and Afghan Documentary Film
Oct 19, 2016 • 46 min
Wazhmah Osman addresses the politics of memoir, what the trauma of war does to archival research, and her critically acclaimed documentary film, Postcards from Tora Bora, which recounts Wazhmah’s return to her childhood home of Kabul, Afghanistan nearly…
Ronak Kapadia on Resisting Imperial Visuality
Oct 5, 2016 • 27 min
Ronak Kapadia shares how Middle East, Arab, and South Asian artists are using visual culture to critique US empire, the relationship between social justice activism and ethnic studies/women’s studies scholarship, and self-care and community care as…
April Lynn James on Whimsical Poetry as a Healing Tool for Trauma
Sep 21, 2016 • 32 min
April Lynn James addresses how storytelling can help trauma survivors heal, the role of poetry in racial justice struggles, crafting an altac career that fits your unique skills and desires, and the political and personal importance of whimsy and…
Karma Chávez on Queer Migration Politics
Sep 7, 2016 • 22 min
Karma Chávez discusses the intersectional politics of migration, how grassroots activism is essential to social change, the power of sound-based media, and how her work integrates art, activism, and academia. Show notes:…
Minal Hajratwala on How to Write Like a Unicorn
Aug 24, 2016 • 30 min
How can publishers promote voices from the margins, and how can writers do their part in insisting that their voices are heard? Minal Hajratwala talks about her genre-bending writing style, the joy of coaching other writers, and how publishing can be a…
Elizabeth Walker and Maria Novotny on the ART of Infertility
Aug 17, 2016 • 23 min
Elizabeth Walker and Maria Novotny discuss popular representations of infertility, the common misogynist refrain that tells women they need to “fix” infertility by becoming mothers, the childfree movement, and merging oral history and art with academic…
Katie Manthey on Fat Feminist Fashion Blogging
Aug 10, 2016 • 19 min
Katie Manthey talks about feminist fat fashion blogging, running a website about body positivity, and the racially gendered politics of what counts as “professional dress” in the academy. Show notes: https://ideasonfire.net/16-katie-manthey
Vicko Alvarez on Latina Feminist Comics
Jul 27, 2016 • 20 min
Vicko Alvarez chats about using comics in the K-12 classroom and how she drew on her life to create her two comic series—ScholaR Comics and CholActivist—which use lighthearted, sometimes humorous events to tell otherwise tough stories of growing up Latina…
Aishah Shahidah Simmons on Black Feminist Anti-Violence Activism
Jul 13, 2016 • 44 min
How can artists engage with the academy to share cultural work and activism? How is education a form of activism? Aishah Shahidah Simmons discusses her award-winning film NO!: The Rape Documentary, collaboration as key to feminist work, and how every one…
Amy Sadao on Museums as the New Public Sphere
Jun 29, 2016 • 27 min
Curator and director of the Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art Amy Sadao discusses the role of art in social change, how ethnic studies informs Amy’s AIDS activism and curating practice, why we need more radical art and curators of color, and…
Sarah Grey on Food as Community Building
Jun 15, 2016 • 26 min
Editor and food writer Sarah Grey talks about using food to create community, editing for social justice, socialist feminist approaches to child care, the tastiness and challenges of food writing, and her weekly radical dinner party Friday Night…
micha cárdenas on Wearable Technologies for Racial Justice
Jun 1, 2016 • 37 min
Digital artist and scholar micha cárdenas about using digital media and technology in the service of social justice, how art can enable survival, and how queer and trans communities of color are imagining and creating more just worlds. Show notes:…
Nikiko Masumoto on Queer, Feminist Japanese American Farming
May 18, 2016 • 32 min
Nikiko Masumoto shares how women of color feminism informs how she runs the Masumoto Family Farm, the rich history of Japanese American farmers in California’s Central Valley, writing and directing her play about WWII Internment, and how rural artists…
Simone Browne on the History of Anti-Black Surveillance
May 4, 2016 • 28 min
Feminist scholar Simone Browne explains how Black communities have resisted and interfered with the surveillance practices that target them, the multiple lenses through which to consider privacy, and the joys of collaborating with academics, artists, and…
Elizabeth Ellcessor on Disability Media Accessibility
Apr 20, 2016 • 33 min
Disability media scholar Elizabeth Ellcessor shares why media accessibility is a social justice issue, how disability activists have harnessed technology in unexpected ways, and how producers can create media for the widest range of audiences. Transcript…
andré carrington on Race in Science Fiction
Apr 6, 2016 • 29 min
African American studies scholar andré carrington discusses how bringing Black representation to academia is a form of activism, why we should complicate our current understanding of popular culture and race, and what sustains him in doing his social…
Eric Tang on the Cold War Origins of Refugee Policy
Mar 23, 2016 • 33 min
Activist-scholar Eric Tang explains why the US state resettled Cambodian refugees in historically Black neighborhoods in the 1980s and 1990s, how urban spaces are shaped by slavery’s aftermath, and why scholars should join the vital movement for welfare…
Lauren Rile Smith on Feminist Circus Art and Disability Body Love
Mar 9, 2016 • 37 min
Trapeze artist, archivist, and poet Lauren Rile Smith shares her experience directing the feminist and queer circus arts troupe Tangle Movement Arts, how disability and chronic pain shape her relationship to her dancing body, and the politics of a life…
Margaret Rhee on Queer Feminist Robot Poetry
Feb 24, 2016 • 33 min
Poet and gender studies scholar Margaret Rhee talks about the magic that can happen when one brings art, activism, and academia together; her new poetry book Radio Heart: or, How Robots Fall Out of Love; and what teaching new media classes in prisons…
Aymar Jean Christian on Queer and Trans of Color Media Production
Feb 10, 2016 • 51 min
Television producer and professor Aymar Jean Christian chats about his television platform Open TV; independent web series by queers, women, and trans people people of color; how his scholarship has informed his television production; and what it means to…
Sarah Sawyers-Lovett on Queer Southern Memoir Zines
Jan 27, 2016 • 29 min
Sine author and memoirist Sarah Sawyers-Lovett shares her experience writing memoirs about “growing up poor, queer, and lonely in a conservative small town in Virginia”; the power of zines in queer and trans youth cultures; and how she’s produced her two…
Minh-Ha T. Pham on Asian Fashion Super Bloggers
Jan 13, 2016 • 38 min
Feminist fashion studies scholar Minh-Ha T. Pham discusses her new book on elite Asian fashion bloggers and racialized (unpaid) blogging labor, the politics and pleasure of fashion, why researchers shouldn’t be afraid to study what they love, and how…
Cathy Hannabach Introduces the Imagine Otherwise Podcast
Jan 11, 2016 • 2 min
host Cathy Hannabach introduces the Imagine Otherwise podcast, which showcases the people and projects bridging art, activism, and academia to build better worlds. Episodes offer in-depth interviews with creators who use culture for social justice, and…