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Jean Seaton speaks to Radio France about Queen Elizabeth II

This week Jean Seaton was a guest on a special audio series about Queen Elizabeth II produced by Radio France. The five part podcast series by Maylis Besserie explores […]

5 July 2022
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Jean Seaton on The Government vs the BBC for Politico’s Westminster insider Podcast

Professor Jean Seaton appeared on last week’s Westminster Insider Podcast. During the show, which is produced by Politico, presenter Jack Blanchard picked through the long and turbulent relationship between […]

5 July 2022
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Carl Jones talks to the Desde el Inicio podcast about what it takes to get into the creative industries

“If young people want to get into the creative industries, they need to keep up to date with the always evolving digital technologies” advises Carl Jones on the Latin […]

5 July 2022
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American Advertising needs to be more diverse in order not to discriminate says Carl Jones

During a podcast interview in Dallas, Texas, researcher Carl Jones insists that American Advertising needs to be more diverse  in order not to discriminate. But how? Is advertising racist? […]

5 July 2022
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Christian Fuchs’ Podcast: The Communication of Death and Love: A Philosophical Approach

In this episode of his podcast, Christian Fuchs talks about what it means to take a philosophical approach on the communication of death and love. The episode deals with the […]

5 July 2022
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We Might Be Tables discuss Death and Love: The Metaphysics of Communication by Christian Fuchs

The We Might be Tables podcast, hosted by Dewansh Matharoo & Shrish Sudharsan, recently devoted two episodes to a reading an analysis of  Death and Love: The Metaphysics of […]

5 July 2022
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Christian Fuchs talks to The Philosophy Junkie about Karl Marx in the Digital Age

The Digital Age requires a new understanding of labour and digital labour as well as a fresh look at the role of corporations in capitalism. In this podcast episode […]

5 July 2022
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CAMRI alumna Nathasha Fernando launches new podcast examining Anglo-American racial discourse

CAMRI alumna Nathasha Fernando, along with Westminster graduate Maria Mancuso and author Nadeesha Uyangoda,  launched Sulla Razza , an Italian podcast powered by Juventus. The show aims to ‘translate’ words […]

5 July 2022
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Winston Mano speaks to Democracy Paradox about African Politics and Social Media

Recent events in the United States have shown how even the most established democracies have much to learn about democracy. But Winston Mano does not like to talk about […]

5 July 2022
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New episode of Christian Fuchs’ “Critical Theory Rocks” podcast, the podcast where critical theory rocks society and rock music becomes a tool of social critique.

Christian Fuchs’ “Critical Theory Rocks” Podcast on Spotify: Episode 1: Anxiety & Politics: The Relevance of Franz Neumann’s Critical Theory in the Age of Authoritarian Capitalism This episode of […]

5 July 2022
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