From all Corners Podcast

Postdocs From All Corners, International House, University of California, Berkeley, CA. Available on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, and Spotify.

From UC Berkeley’s I-House comes the storytelling podcast From All Corners. Featuring an array of I-House residents, the project was born of the notion that powerful stories can inspire intercultural learning and make friends out of strangers. Each episode is a jolt of empathy—spotlighting true stories about the people we meet, the heartbreaks we suffer, the lessons we learn, those frightful experiences that unravel us, and the moments of wonder that shape us.

Six episodes were produced between September 2019 and February 2020. Due to Covid, in March 2020, the podcast narrowed to a series entitled Under the Dome ” to help us feel the community of being under the I-House Dome — even if we’re now in different places across the globe.” Another 17 episodes were produced through May 2020, at which point the series ended.

This podcast would make a good classroom resource for teaching about intercultural communication generally, or intercultural dialogue specifically. See KC5: Intercultural Communication or KC1: Intercultural Dialogue, as well as other Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue published by this Center.

Language, Race, & Islamophobia Podcast

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Khan, Kamran. (14 November 2022). Language, Race, & Islamophobia, Surviving Society, S1/E3. [Available on both Spotify and Apple podcasts.]

In this episode Kamran provides an analysis of the connections between the racialisation of language, securitisation and islamophobia for Muslims. Welcome to Surviving Society presents: Legacies of the War on Terror. These episodes tackle complex questions concerning how the war on terror became a war *of* terror for many negatively racialised communities in over the past 21 years. Dr. Kamran Khan is Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow  in the Department of Sociology at Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen).

This podcast would make a good classroom resource for teaching about stereotypes generally, or Islamophobia specifically. See also KC55: Stereotypes, and KC90: Islamophobia, as well as other Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue produced by this Center.

Theory in about 1 Minute: Dialogue

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In the fourth episode of the series “Theory in about 1 minute,” the concept of dialogue is presented by Alistair Clark (audio only).

Theory in about 1 minute is a series of podcasts/videocasts recorded in three languages (Brazilian Portuguese, French, and English) presenting basic theoretical concepts for studies in language acquisition in accessible language. The texts cover topics such as bilingualism, subjectivity, alterity, language, speech genres, mother tongue, literacies, early literacy, and many others. The series is an initiative of the Research Group on Language Acquisition at Unesp/Araraquara (GEALin) in Brazil.

This podcast would make a good classroom resource for teaching about dialogue. See also KC14: Dialogue, and KC1: Intercultural Dialogue, as well as other Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue produced by this Center.

 

Migration Oxford Podcasts

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Migration Oxford Podcasts, University of Oxford, Oxford, England, UK.

For several decades, researchers based at the University of Oxford have been addressing one of the most compelling human stories; why and how people move. Combining the expertise of the Centre on Migration Policy and Society, the Refugee Studies Centre, Border Criminologies in the Department of Law, and researchers involved in the multidisciplinary Migration and Mobility Network, the University has one the largest concentrations of migration researchers in the world. All of these come together at Migration Oxford.

The aim of the Migration Oxford podcast is to bring together researchers and other observers to address the major migration issues of our time, both in UK and internationally. They hope to inform and influence public debate and policy considerations, and to engage with people who want to engage more deeply with issues of human movement.

Podcast topics covered to date include: Immigration to innovation; Movement of money; Rwanda and refoulement: Can the 1951 Refugee Convention survive?; Citizenship Deprivation; and Leaving Ukraine.

New Voices for Europe Podcasts

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New Voices for Europe: An interview series by Literature Across Frontiers, Wales, UK. Ghayath Almadhoun

New Voices for Europe is a podcast and interview series that has emerged from the Literary Europe Live Plus (LEUL+) project with which Literature Across Frontiers (LAF) continued forging links between European literary scenes and those of other regions, something they had done for fifteen years with collaborations in SWANA (South West Asian/ North African) region. This work mostly ceased as a result of the political turmoil that in turn created a vibrant artistic diaspora in Europe. LEUL+ aimed to highlight the contribution of writers and artists who had been forced to flee conflict zones and find a home in Europe, whether temporary or permanent. Interviewees were asked to tell about their journey, personal and creative, and how they continued working in their chosen discipline in an initially unfamiliar environment. What the interviews have in common is the speakers’ admirable tenacity and perseverance in the face of the obstacles and challenges they encountered along the way. Following up from a previous project entitled New Voices from Europe, which selected and promoted emerging European writers internationally, Literature Across Frontiers chose to call this collection of podcasts and interview-based articles New Voices for Europe.

LAF, the European Platform for Literary Exchange, Translation and Policy Debate, was established in 2001 with support from the then Culture Programme of the European Union. Their aim is to develop intercultural dialogue through literature and translation, and highlight less translated literatures.

Intercultural Yoga Podcasts

PostdocsIntercultural Yoga Podcasts, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA. Eight episodes already posted in Season 1.

Intercultural Yoga is provocative conversation, hosted by Robin Kelley, associate chief diversity officer, and created by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion,  at Gonzaga University. Yoga means “union” and is a practice to sustain mental and physical harmony with one’s cultural context. In these conversations, host and guests provide an opportunity to breathe into new spaces of knowing, related to the intercultural encounter of “the Other.”

Gonzaga is a Jesuit, Catholic, Humanist university established in 1887. If the term “the Other” is new to you, see Key Concept 39: Otherness and the Other.

Deep Culture Podcasts

PostdocsDeep Culture Podcast, Japan Intercultural Institute, Tokyo, Japan. Deep Culture Podcast is in its 2nd season, with 20 episodes already published.

A Podcast that explores the psychological impact of intercultural experiences, informed by the sciences of brain, culture and mind. Join Joseph Shaules and co-creator Yvonne van der Pol, together with the rest of the podcast team — Ishita Ray, Zeina Matar and Daniel Glinz — as they look at the personal growth that can come from travel, living and working abroad, learning a foreign language, growing up in a multicultural context—and the challenges of bridging different cultural worlds.

The Japan Intercultural Institute (JII) is a non-profit institute supporting education, research and career development for intercultural professionals.

Plurispace Podcasts

PostdocsIntersectionality of Concepts for the Management of Diversity and the Perception of Civil Society podcast, Plurispace, Paris, France.

On this podcast, Luana Franco Rocha (SciencesPo – CERI) talked with Riva Kastoryano (SciencesPo – CERI), leader of the PLURISPACE project and the principal investigators Tariq Modood (University of Bristol), John Erik Fossum (University of Oslo) and Ricard Zapata-Barrero (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) about the four concepts that are at the core of PLURISPACE (multiculturalism, interculturalism, transnationalism and cospomolitanism) and how they are connected, as well as to some empirical outcomes.

Live and Learn Podcasts

PostdocsLive and Learn Podcasts, by Inna Koblents and Yuliya Shtaltovna. Weekly conversations about living, learning, teaching, and intercultural communication.

Live and Learn PodcastPassionate teachers and learners, Inna Koblents and Yuliya Shtaltovna talk about how they live and learn, encourage and teach, move countries, adapt to change and mentalities, motivate and let live.

They are inviting members of the CID community to listen to their podcasts, across any of 9 podcast platforms.

 

 

They recommend starting with 11 top-episodes on Intercultural Communication and Competence. Podcast titles include:

  • On building up cultural awareness
  • On how to hack a language
  • On teachers’ well-being and intercultural networking
  • Moving countries and cultures

Diaspora Podcasts

PostdocsMatching the earlier list of podcasts relating to diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism, this is a list of podcasts on topics relating to diasporas around the world. A diaspora is the group of any people living outside their homeland, so rather than focus on the country a migrant goes to, studying a diaspora means to focus on the country a group of migrants comes from.

Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies Podcasts from SOAS, University of London

Lectures given as part of the Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies joint seminar series are now available as podcasts through SOAS Radio. SOAS University of London is the leading Higher Education institution in Europe specialising in the study of Asia, Africa and the Near and Middle East.

Dear Diaspora created and hosted by Nduulwa Kowa, from Zambia, now living in the USA

Dear Diaspora shares the stories of entrepreneurs and change-makers changing the world across the African Diaspora.

Diaspora Chiefs Podcast by Victor Osioh, from Benin, now living in the UK

For ambitious Africans and Caribbeans in the Diaspora, whose focus is to start, launch, grow and scale their business online. Their mission is to expose and report the latest and greatest tips, high-income skills, and know-how on all things digital entrepreneurship to create the best lifestyle for everyone.

Jamaican Diaspora by Jamaican Diaspora

Dedicated to Jamaicans on the island, in the diaspora, members of other Caribbean communities, and all progressive people who would like to learn more about us.

For more ideas, see also Top 15 African Diaspora Podcasts You Must Follow in 2020.

See also Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue #62 on Diaspora.

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