In this podcast, Thomas Poulain discusses the pernicious effects of mysticism in our appreciation of classical music. He unravels how the glorification of German geniuses, and the attempts to explain their greatness scientifically, can serve identity discourses (in 1930s Germany or the US today).
In this podcast, Kenza Essalama and India Dunkley discuss academic identity, building on ideas of identity displacement and imposter syndrome and barriers surrounding higher education as a result of deep-rooted social and cultural expectations and circumstances. Podcast theme music by Transistor.fm. Learn how to start a podcast here
In this podcast, Philipp Rowe and Ansh Mehta talk about ‘Feindbild’, or the image of the enemy. They uncover how this is constructed through irredentism and ethnic nationalism in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict. In effect, they say it is the nationalistic sentiment, and not a geopolitical greed for territory, that drives this very contentious conflict. Check […]
Want to know more about ETA and its impact on Spanish politics today? Listen to the podcast by Roger Creus Vila and Chloe Delaitre! Featured image by UKBERRI.NET Uribe Kosta eta Erandioko agerkari digital (Flickr/CC BY 2.0)
Interested in the role of blackness in creating a raceless identity in Cuba? Listen to the podcast by Marta Navarro and Charlotte Bascaule! This podcast is meant for non-commercial educational purposes only. The use in the intro and outro of non-edited 15-seconds extracts of two copyright-protected songs credited below, aiming strictly at illustrating our educational […]
What’s the link between nationalism and covid-19? Listen to a podcast by Anastasiia Katona and Jane Dabate to find out!
A Podcast by Dr. Pablo De Orellana and former Editor-in-Chief of Identity Hunters, Phil Nomikos