On each episode, host Cathy Hannabach interviews the scholars, dancers, authors, artists, and filmmakers imagining collective freedom and creating it through culture.
Guest: Margaret Rhee Margaret Rhee is a poet, feminist new media artist, and scholar whose work exemplifies the magic that can happen when one brings art, activism, and academia together and views the world through… Continue Reading
What are the benefits of indie television production for women, queers, and trans people of color? How is the slow speed of collaborative work actually an advantage? In episode 3 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast, host… Continue Reading
Guest: Sawyer Lovett Sawyer Lovett is a writer, bookseller, and co-host of two podcasts: Queering the Shelves and Book Jawn. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife and their hedgehog. Sometimes he writes zines and… Continue Reading
How can interdisciplinary scholars decolonize the fashion industry? How does digital fashion labor build on older forms of racially gendered immigrant labor? And is it possible to critically study and teach an industry you love but… Continue Reading
Welcome to the Imagine Otherwise podcast! In this pilot episode, host Cathy Hannabach introduces the Imagine Otherwise podcast and explains why she created the show. She also outlines what's to come in future episodes, and what you can expect… Continue Reading
We need more progressive, social justice-oriented folks who combine the intellectual platform and methodologies of academia, the creativity and wonder of art, and the fire and rage of social justice activism to create the worlds we want. We need more brilliant books that ignite ideas, more art that sparks protests, more activism that historicizes and critiques, and more communities that can enact the change they need.
This show highlights the kick-ass, worldmaking cultural productions that people are collaboratively generating at the nexus of art, activism, and academia. Maybe it will inspire you to create your own.
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