Jo, Honor, and Nicole discuss the concept of 'Right to the City', how RTC movements have played out from New York to Hamburg to Mexico City, and what all of this means for sleepy old Brisbane.
Here you'll find podcast versions of our weekly shows aired on 4ZZZ. We're trying to build a comprehensive library of our past shows - check back soon for more!
What do we mean when we say 'cultural appropriation'? How is this idea deployed, and what are its merits and drawbacks? Jo and Anna take a look at the inherent assumptions within the concept of cultural appropriation.
Jo and Anna unpack the contemporary politics of forgiveness, taking as our starting point Waleed Aly's push to 'make forgiveness go viral'. Featuring interviews with Indonesian performance artist Rani Pramesti, feminist writer and organiser Michelle Dang, and performance artist and writer Candy Royalle.
What is childhood? When does it begin and end? How do we do it? How do we feel it? And who defines what it is?
A series of shows exploring age, the aged care industry and the complex, interconnected experiences of ageing.
A series of shows, interviews and materials on design and aesthetics in art, architecture and everyday life.
What is a community? How and why do we live in them? What do they look like? What do they feel like? And how best can we understand what role they play in our lives?
What are cities? What role do they play in our lives? What is our right to the city? Anna and Lena investigate the transformations and destructions of modern cities through critical theory, sociology and aesthetics.
A show investigating representations of death and immortality in popular culture, mythology, politics and everyday life. Featuring a long-form interview with Dr. Mair Underwood, a sociologist at UQ.
Briohny and Fern talk about the history and politics of policing, informed by recent instances of police insigated violence in Australia and abroad.