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Imagine Otherwise: Lakshmi Ramgopal on Postcolonial Music & the Pull of History

October 18, 2017 Podcast

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 tarot to destabilize what we think we know about our lives; and how she curates art exhibits to imagine more just worlds.

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Imagine Otherwise: Felami Burgess on Queer of Color Media Representation & Traveling for Inspiration

February 22, 2017 Podcast

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 better worlds.

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Traveling Well on Academic Budget

How to Travel Well on an Academic Budget

November 22, 2016 Blog

Academics travel A LOT. Here are some tricks to save money and have fun, while navigating academic travel as racialized and gendered bodies in the world.

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Have a Happy Productive Travel Season

How to Have a Happy, Productive Travel Season

June 23, 2016 Blog

Academics travel quite a bit. We travel for conferences, archival research, ethnographic interviews and fieldwork, lectures we give, summer institutes, and job talks. Travel interrupts our usual routines, as we don’t have access to our regular resources and schedules. So how can we get the most out of our travel?

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