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The Janchi Show
116 // with Jonah Nigh!

The Janchi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 80:28


// Meet Jonah Nigh!Instagram / Twitter / TikTok---// Support the Show! Online at janchishow.com Support the show at janchishow.com/support Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @janchishow Join our Group! janchishow.com/afterparty Watch our Youtube Videos Leave a voicemail! 972-677-8867 The Janchi Show Quick BioWe're three Korean Adoptees spread out around America and each of us are at different stages in life. We'll talk about the Korean adoptee experience from our perspectives and learn more about our shared culture, usually with food. And it won't just be the three of us; each week we'll have other adoptees from all over the world joining us to talk about what makes us similar and what makes us unique. So join the party!// Meet the Janchi Boys!Nathan NowackNathan was adopted from Seoul at 5 months old and raised in a small town in Oklahoma by a loving family and non-biological adopted sister.  After college in Colorado he later moved to Los Angeles to pursue a digital media career and eventually started 2 photography companies.  He has a wife and 3 kids and has reconnected with his biological family in 2014.  In 2021, Nathan and his family moved back to Colorado to be closer to family and start a new chapter in their lives. Connect with Nathan! Website: http://www.nathannowack.com LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/nathann/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/nnowack Patrick ArmstrongPatrick Armstrong (he/him) is a transracial Korean American adoptee, podcaster, speaker, and community facilitator. He is one of the hosts of the Janchi Show, a podcast that explores and celebrates the experiences and stories of Korean adoptees everywhere. Patrick is a producer and editor on Dear Asian Americans, a show that amplifies the voices of Asian Americans. He is a cofounder of the Asian Adoptees of Indiana, a group dedicated to creating a safe, engaging community for all Asian adoptees who need it. He is currently based in Indianapolis with his wife and cat. Connect with Patrick! Website: http://patrickintheworld.me LinkedIn: http://linkedin/in/patrickarmstrong219 Instagram: http://instagram.com/patrickintheworld K.J. RoelkeKJ was adopted from Daegu and raised in Dallas, Texas with his two biological, older siblings and his younger sister, adopted from Russia. After spending a decade in the Midwest for college and career, he and his wife are back in Dallas and living large! He has been on his journey of discovery since 2015 and spends his days populating the internet with content.Connect with K.J.! Website: https://kjroelke.online/ LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/kjroelke Instagram: https://instagram.com/kjroelke // Listen to/Watch The Janchi Show on all major platforms: Apple: http://janchishow.com/apple Spotify: http://janchishow.com/spotify Youtube: http://janchishow.com/youtube // Join the Asian Podcast Network: Website: https://asianpodcastnetwork.com/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/asianpodcastnetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asianpodcastnetwork/  // The Janchi Show is produced by Just Like Media: Website: http://www.justlikemedia.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/justlikemedia Executive Producer: Jerry WonCreative Director: Michelle NamAudio & Video Engineer: K.J. Roelke & Patrick ArmstrongShow Art: Nathan Nowack

Erin Burnett OutFront
U.S. to designate Wagner Group a “transnational criminal organization”

Erin Burnett OutFront

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 41:38


The U.S. is going after the Wagner Group, the private Russian military force claiming another victory in Ukraine. Plus, according to sources, Alec Baldwin intends to finish production of “Rust” despite criminal charges in a deadly shooting. Also, according a new report, the Idaho murder suspect repeatedly messaged one of the victims on Instagram two weeks before the killings.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

AP Audio Stories
Treasury to designate Wagner transnational criminal group

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 0:55


AP correspondent Ed Donahue report on Treasury Wagner.

The Janchi Show
115 // We're back, babyyyyyyyyy pt. 2: 2023 Edition

The Janchi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 60:08


In this week's episode of your favorite Korean Adoptee podcast, the Janchi Boys aka Your New Best Friends, sit down for the first time in a long time to talk a lot about everything. Seriously though, KJ, Nathan, and Patrick catch up after nearly two months, talk about the apocalypse some more, and intentionally placing themselves in Korean spaces this year. Later, they try a treat and Patrick has Oreos. It's great.PS: Stick around for a fun surprise at the end. Maybe. Probably. Idk.// Support the Show! Online at janchishow.com Support the show at janchishow.com/support Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @janchishow Join our Group! janchishow.com/afterparty Watch our Youtube Videos Leave a voicemail! 972-677-8867 The Janchi Show Quick BioWe're three Korean Adoptees spread out around America and each of us are at different stages in life. We'll talk about the Korean adoptee experience from our perspectives and learn more about our shared culture, usually with food. And it won't just be the three of us; each week we'll have other adoptees from all over the world joining us to talk about what makes us similar and what makes us unique. So join the party!// Meet the Janchi Boys!Nathan NowackNathan was adopted from Seoul at 5 months old and raised in a small town in Oklahoma by a loving family and non-biological adopted sister.  After college in Colorado he later moved to Los Angeles to pursue a digital media career and eventually started 2 photography companies.  He has a wife and 3 kids and has reconnected with his biological family in 2014.  In 2021, Nathan and his family moved back to Colorado to be closer to family and start a new chapter in their lives. Connect with Nathan! Website: http://www.nathannowack.com LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/nathann/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/nnowack Patrick ArmstrongPatrick Armstrong (he/him) is a transracial Korean American adoptee, podcaster, speaker, and community facilitator. He is one of the hosts of the Janchi Show, a podcast that explores and celebrates the experiences and stories of Korean adoptees everywhere. Patrick is a producer and editor on Dear Asian Americans, a show that amplifies the voices of Asian Americans. He is a cofounder of the Asian Adoptees of Indiana, a group dedicated to creating a safe, engaging community for all Asian adoptees who need it. He is currently based in Indianapolis with his wife and cat. Connect with Patrick! Website: http://patrickintheworld.me LinkedIn: http://linkedin/in/patrickarmstrong219 Instagram: http://instagram.com/patrickintheworld K.J. RoelkeKJ was adopted from Daegu and raised in Dallas, Texas with his two biological, older siblings and his younger sister, adopted from Russia. After spending a decade in the Midwest for college and career, he and his wife are back in Dallas and living large! He has been on his journey of discovery since 2015 and spends his days populating the internet with content.Connect with K.J.! Website: https://kjroelke.online/ LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/kjroelke Instagram: https://instagram.com/kjroelke // Listen to/Watch The Janchi Show on all major platforms: Apple: http://janchishow.com/apple Spotify: http://janchishow.com/spotify Youtube: http://janchishow.com/youtube // Join the Asian Podcast Network: Website: https://asianpodcastnetwork.com/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/asianpodcastnetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asianpodcastnetwork/  // The Janchi Show is produced by Just Like Media: Website: http://www.justlikemedia.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/justlikemedia Executive Producer: Jerry WonCreative Director: Michelle NamAudio & Video Engineer: K.J. Roelke & Patrick ArmstrongShow Art: Nathan Nowack

Intervals
U.S. Immigrant Inspectors Abroad: Marcus Braun and the Transnational Production of the Bad Migrant

Intervals

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 33:07


Faced with increasing numbers of immigrants in the early 20th century, the United States sent special inspectors abroad to learn more about them. Marcus Braun was one such inspector who visited the Ottoman Empire, China, Mexico, and Eastern Europe during the course of his research. Our guest Dr. Randa Tawil, assistant professor of women and gender studies at Texas Christian University, details Braun's efforts to determine what made some immigrants desirable while others were deemed unfit and how his work and that of other special inspectors influenced U.S. immigration policy.Intervals is hosted by Christopher Brick, editor and principle investigator of the Eleanor Roosevelt Papers project at George Washington University, and Kariann Yokota, associate professor of history at University of Colorado Denver.Contact us at podcast@oah.org.

Consider This from NPR
Attack On Brazil's Capitol Is Part of Transnational Extremist Movement

Consider This from NPR

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 14:52


The attack on Brazil's congress and presidential palace Sunday was reminiscent of the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Both are part of a broader transnational extremist movement.We talk about that with Guilherme Casarões of the Getulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo, and with NPR correspondents Shannon Bond and Sergio Olmos.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community. Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

Intelligence. Unclassified.
Intelligence. Unclassified. Season 6 Episode 9: Transnational Repression

Intelligence. Unclassified.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 30:40


NJOHSP's Intelligence. Unclassified. podcast provides unclassified information about current trends in homeland security as well as educational information and resources.This episode, published December 30, 2022, features an overview of transnational repression.

New Books in Anthropology
Rumya Sree Putcha, "The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 79:01


In The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India (Duke UP, 2022) Rumya Sree Putcha theorizes how the Indian classical dancer performs the complex dynamics of transnational Indian womanhood. Putcha argues that the public persona of the Indian dancer has come to represent India in the global imagination—a representation that supports caste hierarchies and Hindu ethnonationalism, as well as white supremacist model minority narratives. Generations of Indian women have been encouraged to embody the archetype of the dancer, popularized through film cultures from the 1930s to the present. Through analyses of films, immigration and marriage laws, histories of caste and race, advertising campaigns, and her own family's heirlooms, photographs, and memories, Putcha reveals how women's citizenship is based on separating their voices from their bodies. In listening closely to and for the dancer's voice, she offers a new way to understand the intersections of body, voice, performance, caste, race, gender, and nation. Sneha Annavarapu is Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at Yale-NUS College. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books in Women's History
Rumya Sree Putcha, "The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Women's History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 79:01


In The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India (Duke UP, 2022) Rumya Sree Putcha theorizes how the Indian classical dancer performs the complex dynamics of transnational Indian womanhood. Putcha argues that the public persona of the Indian dancer has come to represent India in the global imagination—a representation that supports caste hierarchies and Hindu ethnonationalism, as well as white supremacist model minority narratives. Generations of Indian women have been encouraged to embody the archetype of the dancer, popularized through film cultures from the 1930s to the present. Through analyses of films, immigration and marriage laws, histories of caste and race, advertising campaigns, and her own family's heirlooms, photographs, and memories, Putcha reveals how women's citizenship is based on separating their voices from their bodies. In listening closely to and for the dancer's voice, she offers a new way to understand the intersections of body, voice, performance, caste, race, gender, and nation. Sneha Annavarapu is Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at Yale-NUS College. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Dance
Rumya Sree Putcha, "The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 79:01


In The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India (Duke UP, 2022) Rumya Sree Putcha theorizes how the Indian classical dancer performs the complex dynamics of transnational Indian womanhood. Putcha argues that the public persona of the Indian dancer has come to represent India in the global imagination—a representation that supports caste hierarchies and Hindu ethnonationalism, as well as white supremacist model minority narratives. Generations of Indian women have been encouraged to embody the archetype of the dancer, popularized through film cultures from the 1930s to the present. Through analyses of films, immigration and marriage laws, histories of caste and race, advertising campaigns, and her own family's heirlooms, photographs, and memories, Putcha reveals how women's citizenship is based on separating their voices from their bodies. In listening closely to and for the dancer's voice, she offers a new way to understand the intersections of body, voice, performance, caste, race, gender, and nation. Sneha Annavarapu is Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at Yale-NUS College. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books Network
Rumya Sree Putcha, "The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 79:01


In The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India (Duke UP, 2022) Rumya Sree Putcha theorizes how the Indian classical dancer performs the complex dynamics of transnational Indian womanhood. Putcha argues that the public persona of the Indian dancer has come to represent India in the global imagination—a representation that supports caste hierarchies and Hindu ethnonationalism, as well as white supremacist model minority narratives. Generations of Indian women have been encouraged to embody the archetype of the dancer, popularized through film cultures from the 1930s to the present. Through analyses of films, immigration and marriage laws, histories of caste and race, advertising campaigns, and her own family's heirlooms, photographs, and memories, Putcha reveals how women's citizenship is based on separating their voices from their bodies. In listening closely to and for the dancer's voice, she offers a new way to understand the intersections of body, voice, performance, caste, race, gender, and nation. Sneha Annavarapu is Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at Yale-NUS College. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Hindu Studies
Rumya Sree Putcha, "The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Hindu Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 79:01


In The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India (Duke UP, 2022) Rumya Sree Putcha theorizes how the Indian classical dancer performs the complex dynamics of transnational Indian womanhood. Putcha argues that the public persona of the Indian dancer has come to represent India in the global imagination—a representation that supports caste hierarchies and Hindu ethnonationalism, as well as white supremacist model minority narratives. Generations of Indian women have been encouraged to embody the archetype of the dancer, popularized through film cultures from the 1930s to the present. Through analyses of films, immigration and marriage laws, histories of caste and race, advertising campaigns, and her own family's heirlooms, photographs, and memories, Putcha reveals how women's citizenship is based on separating their voices from their bodies. In listening closely to and for the dancer's voice, she offers a new way to understand the intersections of body, voice, performance, caste, race, gender, and nation. Sneha Annavarapu is Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at Yale-NUS College. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/indian-religions

New Books in South Asian Studies
Rumya Sree Putcha, "The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in South Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 79:01


In The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India (Duke UP, 2022) Rumya Sree Putcha theorizes how the Indian classical dancer performs the complex dynamics of transnational Indian womanhood. Putcha argues that the public persona of the Indian dancer has come to represent India in the global imagination—a representation that supports caste hierarchies and Hindu ethnonationalism, as well as white supremacist model minority narratives. Generations of Indian women have been encouraged to embody the archetype of the dancer, popularized through film cultures from the 1930s to the present. Through analyses of films, immigration and marriage laws, histories of caste and race, advertising campaigns, and her own family's heirlooms, photographs, and memories, Putcha reveals how women's citizenship is based on separating their voices from their bodies. In listening closely to and for the dancer's voice, she offers a new way to understand the intersections of body, voice, performance, caste, race, gender, and nation. Sneha Annavarapu is Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at Yale-NUS College. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/south-asian-studies

New Books in Sociology
Rumya Sree Putcha, "The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 79:01


In The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India (Duke UP, 2022) Rumya Sree Putcha theorizes how the Indian classical dancer performs the complex dynamics of transnational Indian womanhood. Putcha argues that the public persona of the Indian dancer has come to represent India in the global imagination—a representation that supports caste hierarchies and Hindu ethnonationalism, as well as white supremacist model minority narratives. Generations of Indian women have been encouraged to embody the archetype of the dancer, popularized through film cultures from the 1930s to the present. Through analyses of films, immigration and marriage laws, histories of caste and race, advertising campaigns, and her own family's heirlooms, photographs, and memories, Putcha reveals how women's citizenship is based on separating their voices from their bodies. In listening closely to and for the dancer's voice, she offers a new way to understand the intersections of body, voice, performance, caste, race, gender, and nation. Sneha Annavarapu is Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at Yale-NUS College. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Gender Studies
Rumya Sree Putcha, "The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 79:01


In The Dancer's Voice: Performance and Womanhood in Transnational India (Duke UP, 2022) Rumya Sree Putcha theorizes how the Indian classical dancer performs the complex dynamics of transnational Indian womanhood. Putcha argues that the public persona of the Indian dancer has come to represent India in the global imagination—a representation that supports caste hierarchies and Hindu ethnonationalism, as well as white supremacist model minority narratives. Generations of Indian women have been encouraged to embody the archetype of the dancer, popularized through film cultures from the 1930s to the present. Through analyses of films, immigration and marriage laws, histories of caste and race, advertising campaigns, and her own family's heirlooms, photographs, and memories, Putcha reveals how women's citizenship is based on separating their voices from their bodies. In listening closely to and for the dancer's voice, she offers a new way to understand the intersections of body, voice, performance, caste, race, gender, and nation. Sneha Annavarapu is Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at Yale-NUS College. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

The Janchi Show
114 // A Holiday Spectacular

The Janchi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 52:50


---// Support the Show! Online at janchishow.com Support the show at janchishow.com/support Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @janchishow Join our Group! janchishow.com/afterparty Watch our Youtube Videos Leave a voicemail! 972-677-8867 The Janchi Show Quick BioWe're three Korean Adoptees spread out around America and each of us are at different stages in life. We'll talk about the Korean adoptee experience from our perspectives and learn more about our shared culture, usually with food. And it won't just be the three of us; each week we'll have other adoptees from all over the world joining us to talk about what makes us similar and what makes us unique. So join the party!// Meet the Janchi Boys!Nathan NowackNathan was adopted from Seoul at 5 months old and raised in a small town in Oklahoma by a loving family and non-biological adopted sister.  After college in Colorado he later moved to Los Angeles to pursue a digital media career and eventually started 2 photography companies.  He has a wife and 3 kids and has reconnected with his biological family in 2014.  In 2021, Nathan and his family moved back to Colorado to be closer to family and start a new chapter in their lives. Connect with Nathan! Website: http://www.nathannowack.com LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/nathann/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/nnowack Patrick ArmstrongPatrick Armstrong (he/him) is a transracial Korean American adoptee, podcaster, speaker, and community facilitator. He is one of the hosts of the Janchi Show, a podcast that explores and celebrates the experiences and stories of Korean adoptees everywhere. Patrick is a producer and editor on Dear Asian Americans, a show that amplifies the voices of Asian Americans. He is a cofounder of the Asian Adoptees of Indiana, a group dedicated to creating a safe, engaging community for all Asian adoptees who need it. He is currently based in Indianapolis with his wife and cat. Connect with Patrick! Website: http://patrickintheworld.me LinkedIn: http://linkedin/in/patrickarmstrong219 Instagram: http://instagram.com/patrickintheworld K.J. RoelkeKJ was adopted from Daegu and raised in Dallas, Texas with his two biological, older siblings and his younger sister, adopted from Russia. After spending a decade in the Midwest for college and career, he and his wife are back in Dallas and living large! He has been on his journey of discovery since 2015 and spends his days populating the internet with content.Connect with K.J.! Website: https://kjroelke.online/ LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/kjroelke Instagram: https://instagram.com/kjroelke // Listen to/Watch The Janchi Show on all major platforms: Apple: http://janchishow.com/apple Spotify: http://janchishow.com/spotify Youtube: http://janchishow.com/youtube // Join the Asian Podcast Network: Website: https://asianpodcastnetwork.com/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/asianpodcastnetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asianpodcastnetwork/  // The Janchi Show is produced by Just Like Media: Website: http://www.justlikemedia.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/justlikemedia Executive Producer: Jerry WonCreative Director: Michelle NamAudio & Video Engineer: K.J. Roelke & Patrick ArmstrongShow Art: Nathan Nowack

Jerusalem Unplugged
Transnational Palestine with Nadim Bawalsa

Jerusalem Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 67:59


Almost 40,000 Palestinians relocated to Latin America in the late 19th century, from Bethlehem, Bei Jala and indeed Jerusalem. In this episode Nadim Bawalsa talks about his new book that looks at Palestinian migrants to Mexico and Chile and how they negotiated the changes occurring in Palestine, including the end of Ottoman rule and the beginning of British rule. Since 1925 Palestinians abroad were not allowed to request Palestinian citizenship, essentially stripping away their right of return well before 1948.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/jerusalemunplugged. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Sea Control - CIMSEC
Sea Control 398 – Transnational Development of Icebreakers with Dr. Aaro Sahari and Dr. Saara Matala

Sea Control - CIMSEC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022


By Jared Samuelson Dr. Aaro Sahari and Dr. Saara Matala join the program to discuss the transnational development of icebreakers. Dr. Sahari is a postdoctoral researcher in history at the University of Helsinki and the vice-chair of the Finnish Association for Maritime History. Dr. Matala is an historian of technology and business, with specialist interests … Continue reading Sea Control 398 – Transnational Development of Icebreakers with Dr. Aaro Sahari and Dr. Saara Matala →

Sea Control
Sea Control 398 - Transnational Development of Icebreakers with Dr. Aaro Sahari and Dr. Saara Matala

Sea Control

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 30:58


Links1. "Of a titan, winds and power: Transnational development of the icebreaker, 1890-1954," by Aaro Sahri and Saara Matala, International Journal of Maritime History, Dec. 9, 2021.

Education · The Creative Process
Highlights - Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era”


Education · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 13:20


“So one of the main arguments in the book is that digital technology is important to how organizations campaign, and it's not a matter of campaigning online or offline, right? Often people hear the title of my book and they go, ‘Oh, it's all just slacktivism.' You know, whatever you do online is slacktivism. Luckily the academic debates move past that because most advocacy groups operate both online and offline. What I argue instead is that digital technology has enabled groups to be rapid response, like you said, extremely member-driven so they can listen to their members and do something called analytic activism (that's a term coined by David Karpf) and be multi-issue generalists. The ways that works is much more than meets the eye. So when you're rapid response, that means a news story can come on one hour and two hours later a campaign can be started by the organizations. So it could be related to refugee issues. In 2015, when there was increasing concern about what was happening on Europe's borders with refugees and asylum seekers, some of these groups that had no expertise in refugee rights switched very rapidly when they saw public opinion changing."Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Social Justice & Activism · The Creative Process
Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local”

Social Justice & Activism · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 44:52


Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University."Climate activists also successfully reframed debates on loss and damage as a justice issue, and lobbied alongside vulnerable states for it to be a separate article of the Paris Agreement. NGO advocacy may lead to the closure of coal plants or mines. However, scholars continue to debate how, when, and why, transnational environmental advocacy has an impact. After all, there are many different ways to understand their influence, including mobilizing people; gaining media coverage; shaping societal attitudes; changing policy outcomes; or influencing the target."–Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Localhttps://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Social Justice & Activism · The Creative Process
Highlights - Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era”


Social Justice & Activism · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 13:20


"Climate activists also successfully reframed debates on loss and damage as a justice issue, and lobbied alongside vulnerable states for it to be a separate article of the Paris Agreement. NGO advocacy may lead to the closure of coal plants or mines. However, scholars continue to debate how, when, and why, transnational environmental advocacy has an impact. After all, there are many different ways to understand their influence, including mobilizing people; gaining media coverage; shaping societal attitudes; changing policy outcomes; or influencing the target."–Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act LocalNina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Tech, Innovation & Society - The Creative Process
Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local”

Tech, Innovation & Society - The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 44:52


Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.“So one of the main arguments in the book is that digital technology is important to how organizations campaign, and it's not a matter of campaigning online or offline, right? Often people hear the title of my book and they go, ‘Oh, it's all just slacktivism.' You know, whatever you do online is slacktivism. Luckily the academic debates move past that because most advocacy groups operate both online and offline. What I argue instead is that digital technology has enabled groups to be rapid response, like you said, extremely member-driven so they can listen to their members and do something called analytic activism (that's a term coined by David Karpf) and be multi-issue generalists. The ways that works is much more than meets the eye. So when you're rapid response, that means a news story can come on one hour and two hours later a campaign can be started by the organizations. So it could be related to refugee issues. In 2015, when there was increasing concern about what was happening on Europe's borders with refugees and asylum seekers, some of these groups that had no expertise in refugee rights switched very rapidly when they saw public opinion changing."https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Tech, Innovation & Society - The Creative Process
Highlights - Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era”


Tech, Innovation & Society - The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 13:20


“So one of the main arguments in the book is that digital technology is important to how organizations campaign, and it's not a matter of campaigning online or offline, right? Often people hear the title of my book and they go, ‘Oh, it's all just slacktivism.' You know, whatever you do online is slacktivism. Luckily the academic debates move past that because most advocacy groups operate both online and offline. What I argue instead is that digital technology has enabled groups to be rapid response, like you said, extremely member-driven so they can listen to their members and do something called analytic activism (that's a term coined by David Karpf) and be multi-issue generalists. The ways that works is much more than meets the eye. So when you're rapid response, that means a news story can come on one hour and two hours later a campaign can be started by the organizations. So it could be related to refugee issues. In 2015, when there was increasing concern about what was happening on Europe's borders with refugees and asylum seekers, some of these groups that had no expertise in refugee rights switched very rapidly when they saw public opinion changing."Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Education · The Creative Process
Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local”

Education · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 44:52


Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.“So one of the main arguments in the book is that digital technology is important to how organizations campaign, and it's not a matter of campaigning online or offline, right? Often people hear the title of my book and they go, ‘Oh, it's all just slacktivism.' You know, whatever you do online is slacktivism. Luckily the academic debates move past that because most advocacy groups operate both online and offline. What I argue instead is that digital technology has enabled groups to be rapid response, like you said, extremely member-driven so they can listen to their members and do something called analytic activism (that's a term coined by David Karpf) and be multi-issue generalists. The ways that works is much more than meets the eye. So when you're rapid response, that means a news story can come on one hour and two hours later a campaign can be started by the organizations. So it could be related to refugee issues. In 2015, when there was increasing concern about what was happening on Europe's borders with refugees and asylum seekers, some of these groups that had no expertise in refugee rights switched very rapidly when they saw public opinion changing."https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Feminism · Women’s Stories · The Creative Process
Highlights - Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era”


Feminism · Women’s Stories · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 13:20


"Akcja Demokracja asked its members to take ‘high-bar' actions, such as holding strikes in support of women's rights in Poland in 2017. Groups often discuss how to best support their members to run their own campaigns. OPEN organizations' staff left their first summit with plans to experiment with Woodhull's distributed campaign tools. Subsequently, many OPEN organizations established member-initiated campaign websites and processes to moderate these campaigns (e.g. removing petitions which were against their values and helping those that aligned). At subsequent summits, OPEN organizations have regularly reflected on how to support their members to develop their own campaigns. Campact, for example, has encouraged petition starters to engage in offline actions. MoveOn has a basic tool kit for members who start campaigns, which outlines how to do press outreach and how to report back to petition signatories. OPEN organizations also educate and share information with their members on tactics and campaign planning. There are regular discussions about the right balance between distributing campaigning power to members and centralizing it within staff hands."- Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act LocalNina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Feminism · Women’s Stories · The Creative Process
Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local”

Feminism · Women’s Stories · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 44:52


Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University."Akcja Demokracja asked its members to take ‘high-bar' actions, such as holding strikes in support of women's rights in Poland in 2017. Groups often discuss how to best support their members to run their own campaigns. OPEN organizations' staff left their first summit with plans to experiment with Woodhull's distributed campaign tools. Subsequently, many OPEN organizations established member-initiated campaign websites and processes to moderate these campaigns (e.g. removing petitions which were against their values and helping those that aligned). At subsequent summits, OPEN organizations have regularly reflected on how to support their members to develop their own campaigns. Campact, for example, has encouraged petition starters to engage in offline actions. MoveOn has a basic tool kit for members who start campaigns, which outlines how to do press outreach and how to report back to petition signatories. OPEN organizations also educate and share information with their members on tactics and campaign planning. There are regular discussions about the right balance between distributing campaigning power to members and centralizing it within staff hands."- Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Localhttps://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Books & Writers · The Creative Process
Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local”

Books & Writers · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 44:52


Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.“Digital advocacy organizations are recognized as influential actors by the media, politicians, and some academics. In 2016, GetUp, an Australian digital advocacy organization, was named by the Australian Financial Review as one of the top ten actors with ‘covert power' in Australia.1 Campact in Germany has powerfully mobilized public opinion against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. MoveOn was one of the ‘leading advocacy organizations' mobilizing people against the Iraq War in the United States. Meanwhile, Leadnow, a digital advocacy organization in Canada, helped to unseat Prime Minister Stephen Harper in the 2015 Canadian federal election. This new model of advocacy organization has spread around the world. Nineteen digital advocacy organizations claim to have a total of over 20 million members. What drove the global spread of digital advocacy organizations?”- Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Localhttps://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

The Creative Process Podcast
Highlights - Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era”


The Creative Process Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 13:20


“Digital advocacy organizations are recognized as influential actors by the media, politicians, and some academics. In 2016, GetUp, an Australian digital advocacy organization, was named by the Australian Financial Review as one of the top ten actors with ‘covert power' in Australia.1 Campact in Germany has powerfully mobilized public opinion against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. MoveOn was one of the ‘leading advocacy organizations' mobilizing people against the Iraq War in the United States. Meanwhile, Leadnow, a digital advocacy organization in Canada, helped to unseat Prime Minister Stephen Harper in the 2015 Canadian federal election. This new model of advocacy organization has spread around the world. Nineteen digital advocacy organizations claim to have a total of over 20 million members. What drove the global spread of digital advocacy organizations?”- Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act LocalNina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

The Creative Process Podcast
Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local”

The Creative Process Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 44:52


Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.“Digital advocacy organizations are recognized as influential actors by the media, politicians, and some academics. In 2016, GetUp, an Australian digital advocacy organization, was named by the Australian Financial Review as one of the top ten actors with ‘covert power' in Australia.1 Campact in Germany has powerfully mobilized public opinion against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. MoveOn was one of the ‘leading advocacy organizations' mobilizing people against the Iraq War in the United States. Meanwhile, Leadnow, a digital advocacy organization in Canada, helped to unseat Prime Minister Stephen Harper in the 2015 Canadian federal election. This new model of advocacy organization has spread around the world. Nineteen digital advocacy organizations claim to have a total of over 20 million members. What drove the global spread of digital advocacy organizations?”- Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Localhttps://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

One Planet Podcast
Highlights - Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era”


One Planet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 13:20


"Climate activists also successfully reframed debates on loss and damage as a justice issue, and lobbied alongside vulnerable states for it to be a separate article of the Paris Agreement. NGO advocacy may lead to the closure of coal plants or mines. However, scholars continue to debate how, when, and why, transnational environmental advocacy has an impact. After all, there are many different ways to understand their influence, including mobilizing people; gaining media coverage; shaping societal attitudes; changing policy outcomes; or influencing the target."–Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act LocalNina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

One Planet Podcast
Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local”

One Planet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 44:52


Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University."Climate activists also successfully reframed debates on loss and damage as a justice issue, and lobbied alongside vulnerable states for it to be a separate article of the Paris Agreement. NGO advocacy may lead to the closure of coal plants or mines. However, scholars continue to debate how, when, and why, transnational environmental advocacy has an impact. After all, there are many different ways to understand their influence, including mobilizing people; gaining media coverage; shaping societal attitudes; changing policy outcomes; or influencing the target."–Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Localhttps://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Books & Writers · The Creative Process
Highlights - Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era”


Books & Writers · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 13:20


“Digital advocacy organizations are recognized as influential actors by the media, politicians, and some academics. In 2016, GetUp, an Australian digital advocacy organization, was named by the Australian Financial Review as one of the top ten actors with ‘covert power' in Australia.1 Campact in Germany has powerfully mobilized public opinion against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. MoveOn was one of the ‘leading advocacy organizations' mobilizing people against the Iraq War in the United States. Meanwhile, Leadnow, a digital advocacy organization in Canada, helped to unseat Prime Minister Stephen Harper in the 2015 Canadian federal election. This new model of advocacy organization has spread around the world. Nineteen digital advocacy organizations claim to have a total of over 20 million members. What drove the global spread of digital advocacy organizations?”- Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act LocalNina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast
Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local”

Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 44:52


Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University."Climate activists also successfully reframed debates on loss and damage as a justice issue, and lobbied alongside vulnerable states for it to be a separate article of the Paris Agreement. NGO advocacy may lead to the closure of coal plants or mines. However, scholars continue to debate how, when, and why, transnational environmental advocacy has an impact. After all, there are many different ways to understand their influence, including mobilizing people; gaining media coverage; shaping societal attitudes; changing policy outcomes; or influencing the target."–Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Localhttps://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast
Highlights - Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era”


Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 13:20


"Climate activists also successfully reframed debates on loss and damage as a justice issue, and lobbied alongside vulnerable states for it to be a separate article of the Paris Agreement. NGO advocacy may lead to the closure of coal plants or mines. However, scholars continue to debate how, when, and why, transnational environmental advocacy has an impact. After all, there are many different ways to understand their influence, including mobilizing people; gaining media coverage; shaping societal attitudes; changing policy outcomes; or influencing the target."–Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act LocalNina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

The Creative Process in 10 minutes or less · Arts, Culture & Society
Nina Hall - Author of “Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local”

The Creative Process in 10 minutes or less · Arts, Culture & Society

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 13:20


“Digital advocacy organizations are recognized as influential actors by the media, politicians, and some academics. In 2016, GetUp, an Australian digital advocacy organization, was named by the Australian Financial Review as one of the top ten actors with ‘covert power' in Australia.1 Campact in Germany has powerfully mobilized public opinion against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. MoveOn was one of the ‘leading advocacy organizations' mobilizing people against the Iraq War in the United States. Meanwhile, Leadnow, a digital advocacy organization in Canada, helped to unseat Prime Minister Stephen Harper in the 2015 Canadian federal election. This new model of advocacy organization has spread around the world. Nineteen digital advocacy organizations claim to have a total of over 20 million members. What drove the global spread of digital advocacy organizations?”- Nina HallTransnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act LocalNina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her latest book is Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: Think Global, Act Local. She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of an independent and progressive think tank, New Zealand Alternative. She has been a Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute (the German Internet Institute) and a Faculty Affiliate at the SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University.https://ninahall.net https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transnational-advocacy-in-the-digital-era-9780198858744?cc=fr&lang=en& https://sais.jhu.edu/users/nhall20 www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast

The Janchi Show
113 // with Kim Park!

The Janchi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 77:42


In this week's episode of your favorite Korean Adoptee podcast, the Janchi Boys sit down with Kim Park to talk about her story, from the trials and traumas of growing up to her recent return to Korea. Kim shares about the journey navigating depression and suicide, what it means to nurture her identity, and how she's building community now. Later, Kim joins the boys for some kind of cake treat. What kind? Press play to find out!// Support/Follow the Show! Online at janchishow.comSupport the show at janchishow.com/support Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @janchishowJoin our Group! janchishow.com/afterparty Watch our Youtube Videos Leave a voicemail! 972-677-8867 The Janchi Show Quick BioWe're three Korean Adoptees spread out around America and each of us are at different stages in life. We'll talk about the Korean adoptee experience from our perspectives and learn more about our shared culture, usually with food. And it won't just be the three of us; each week we'll have other adoptees from all over the world joining us to talk about what makes us similar and what makes us unique. So join the party!// Meet the Janchi Boys!Nathan NowackNathan was adopted from Seoul at 5 months old and raised in a small town in Oklahoma by a loving family and non-biological adopted sister.  After college in Colorado he later moved to Los Angeles to pursue a digital media career and eventually started 2 photography companies.  He has a wife and 3 kids and has reconnected with his biological family in 2014.  In 2021, Nathan and his family moved back to Colorado to be closer to family and start a new chapter in their lives. Connect with Nathan! Website: http://www.nathannowack.com LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/nathann/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/nnowack Patrick ArmstrongPatrick Armstrong (he/him) is a transracial Korean American adoptee, podcaster, speaker, and community facilitator. He is one of the hosts of the Janchi Show, a podcast that explores and celebrates the experiences and stories of Korean adoptees everywhere. Patrick is a producer and editor on Dear Asian Americans, a show that amplifies the voices of Asian Americans. He is a cofounder of the Asian Adoptees of Indiana, a group dedicated to creating a safe, engaging community for all Asian adoptees who need it. He is currently based in Indianapolis with his wife and cat. Connect with Patrick! Website: http://patrickintheworld.me LinkedIn: http://linkedin/in/patrickarmstrong219 Instagram: http://instagram.com/patrickintheworld K.J. RoelkeKJ was adopted from Daegu and raised in Dallas, Texas with his two biological, older siblings and his younger sister, adopted from Russia. After spending a decade in the Midwest for college and career, he and his wife are back in Dallas and living large! He has been on his journey of discovery since 2015 and spends his days populating the internet with content.Connect with K.J.! Website: https://kjroelke.online/ LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/kjroelke Instagram: https://instagram.com/kjroelke // Listen to/Watch The Janchi Show on all major platforms: Apple: http://janchishow.com/apple Spotify: http://janchishow.com/spotify Youtube: http://janchishow.com/youtube // Join the Asian Podcast Network: Website: https://asianpodcastnetwork.com/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/asianpodcastnetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asianpodcastnetwork/  // The Janchi Show is produced by Just Like Media: Website: http://www.justlikemedia.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/justlikemedia Executive Producer: Jerry WonCreative Director: Michelle NamAudio & Video Engineer: K.J. Roelke & Patrick ArmstrongShow Art by: Nathan Nowack

CODEPINK Radio
Episode 174: Transnational Feminist Scholarship and Organizing

CODEPINK Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 55:00


This week we are joined by Women and Gender Studies Students at DePaul University who share their current research projects as well as their feminist frameworks and methodologies. Themes include transnational feminism, black and latinx feminisms and radical resistance through care and community.

New Books in Latin American Studies
Iván Sandoval-Cervantes, "Oaxaca in Motion: An Ethnography of Internal, Transnational, and Return Migration" (U Texas Press, 2022)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 45:16


Migration is typically seen as a transnational phenomenon, but it happens within borders, too. Oaxaca in Motion: An Ethnography of Internal, Transnational, and Return Migration (U Texas Press, 2022), documents a revealing irony in the latter sort: internal migration often is global in character, motivated by foreign affairs and international economic integration, and it is no less transformative than its cross-border analog. Iván Sandoval-Cervantes spent nearly two years observing and interviewing migrants from the rural Oaxacan town of Santa Ana Zegache. Many women from the area travel to Mexico City to work as domestics, and men are encouraged to join the Mexican military to fight the US-instigated “war on drugs" or else leave their fields to labor in industries serving global supply chains. Placing these moves in their historical and cultural context, Sandoval-Cervantes discovers that migrants' experiences dramatically alter their conceptions of gender, upsetting their traditional notions of masculinity and femininity. And some migrants bring their revised views with them when they return home, influencing their families and community of origin. Comparing Oaxacans moving within Mexico to those living along the US West Coast, Sandoval-Cervantes clearly demonstrates the multiplicity of answers to the question, “Who is a migrant?" Iván Sandoval-Cervantes is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. You can find him on Twitter @IvanAntropologo Alize Arıcan is a Society of Fellows Postdoctoral Scholar at Boston University, focusing on urban anthropology, futurity, care, and migration. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books Network
Iván Sandoval-Cervantes, "Oaxaca in Motion: An Ethnography of Internal, Transnational, and Return Migration" (U Texas Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 45:16


Migration is typically seen as a transnational phenomenon, but it happens within borders, too. Oaxaca in Motion: An Ethnography of Internal, Transnational, and Return Migration (U Texas Press, 2022), documents a revealing irony in the latter sort: internal migration often is global in character, motivated by foreign affairs and international economic integration, and it is no less transformative than its cross-border analog. Iván Sandoval-Cervantes spent nearly two years observing and interviewing migrants from the rural Oaxacan town of Santa Ana Zegache. Many women from the area travel to Mexico City to work as domestics, and men are encouraged to join the Mexican military to fight the US-instigated “war on drugs" or else leave their fields to labor in industries serving global supply chains. Placing these moves in their historical and cultural context, Sandoval-Cervantes discovers that migrants' experiences dramatically alter their conceptions of gender, upsetting their traditional notions of masculinity and femininity. And some migrants bring their revised views with them when they return home, influencing their families and community of origin. Comparing Oaxacans moving within Mexico to those living along the US West Coast, Sandoval-Cervantes clearly demonstrates the multiplicity of answers to the question, “Who is a migrant?" Iván Sandoval-Cervantes is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. You can find him on Twitter @IvanAntropologo Alize Arıcan is a Society of Fellows Postdoctoral Scholar at Boston University, focusing on urban anthropology, futurity, care, and migration. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Sociology
Iván Sandoval-Cervantes, "Oaxaca in Motion: An Ethnography of Internal, Transnational, and Return Migration" (U Texas Press, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 45:16


Migration is typically seen as a transnational phenomenon, but it happens within borders, too. Oaxaca in Motion: An Ethnography of Internal, Transnational, and Return Migration (U Texas Press, 2022), documents a revealing irony in the latter sort: internal migration often is global in character, motivated by foreign affairs and international economic integration, and it is no less transformative than its cross-border analog. Iván Sandoval-Cervantes spent nearly two years observing and interviewing migrants from the rural Oaxacan town of Santa Ana Zegache. Many women from the area travel to Mexico City to work as domestics, and men are encouraged to join the Mexican military to fight the US-instigated “war on drugs" or else leave their fields to labor in industries serving global supply chains. Placing these moves in their historical and cultural context, Sandoval-Cervantes discovers that migrants' experiences dramatically alter their conceptions of gender, upsetting their traditional notions of masculinity and femininity. And some migrants bring their revised views with them when they return home, influencing their families and community of origin. Comparing Oaxacans moving within Mexico to those living along the US West Coast, Sandoval-Cervantes clearly demonstrates the multiplicity of answers to the question, “Who is a migrant?" Iván Sandoval-Cervantes is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. You can find him on Twitter @IvanAntropologo Alize Arıcan is a Society of Fellows Postdoctoral Scholar at Boston University, focusing on urban anthropology, futurity, care, and migration. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Anthropology
Iván Sandoval-Cervantes, "Oaxaca in Motion: An Ethnography of Internal, Transnational, and Return Migration" (U Texas Press, 2022)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 45:16


Migration is typically seen as a transnational phenomenon, but it happens within borders, too. Oaxaca in Motion: An Ethnography of Internal, Transnational, and Return Migration (U Texas Press, 2022), documents a revealing irony in the latter sort: internal migration often is global in character, motivated by foreign affairs and international economic integration, and it is no less transformative than its cross-border analog. Iván Sandoval-Cervantes spent nearly two years observing and interviewing migrants from the rural Oaxacan town of Santa Ana Zegache. Many women from the area travel to Mexico City to work as domestics, and men are encouraged to join the Mexican military to fight the US-instigated “war on drugs" or else leave their fields to labor in industries serving global supply chains. Placing these moves in their historical and cultural context, Sandoval-Cervantes discovers that migrants' experiences dramatically alter their conceptions of gender, upsetting their traditional notions of masculinity and femininity. And some migrants bring their revised views with them when they return home, influencing their families and community of origin. Comparing Oaxacans moving within Mexico to those living along the US West Coast, Sandoval-Cervantes clearly demonstrates the multiplicity of answers to the question, “Who is a migrant?" Iván Sandoval-Cervantes is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. You can find him on Twitter @IvanAntropologo Alize Arıcan is a Society of Fellows Postdoctoral Scholar at Boston University, focusing on urban anthropology, futurity, care, and migration. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology