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Urban Arena is a series of critical conversations with activists, entrepreneurs, intellectuals and policy-makers in different European cities who are working, in complimentary and conflicting ways, to create cities that respond to the twin challenges of justice and sustainability. This time we're talking with Tom Meeuws, Vice Mayor for Social Affai…
 
Introduction into law and politics behind facial recognition in the recent years (until 2021).Special guest of the episode: Jennifer Brody, U.S. Advocacy Manager of Access Now (https://twitter.com/brodyjab?s=20).Editor: Natalie L. Payne (https://www.facebook.com/natalie.l.payne.9).Sources:Comparitech research: https://www.comparitech.com/vpn-privac…
 
A beszélgetés németül zajlott / The conversation was in GermanA podcast elérhető magyar felirattal a Fővárosi levéltár YouTube csatornáján.Háborúkban megerőszakolt nők emlékezete projekt - Előadássorozat XI., 2021. június 17. Mélyi József művészettörténész interjúja Eduard Freudmann-nal Eduard Freudmann (1979) Bécsben élő osztrák művész tevékenység…
 
In the closing episode of this series, we will talk about an increasingly popular funding strategy for small, independent media organizations: hybrid business models - where media outlets combine revenues from various sources as a means of financing their journalistic work. These business models usually involve a mix of small donations or subscript…
 
As an internationally recognized expert on public art and the memorial genre, James E. Young has served on juries for a number of prospective memorials, from the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin to the National 9/11 Memorial in New York. In this interview, within the context of the Budapest memorial site project in memory of women …
 
On April 24, 2016, Tiempo Argentino published its first edition as a workers' cooperative. Before this, it was a printed newspaper, managed by a businessman, with a traditional financing model using advertising to support its operations. The money was mostly coming from government sources, but when the Argentine economy went into recession and the …
 
Malaysiakini is one of Malaysia’s most popular news sites, and was founded in 1999. In 2002, still a medium size organization, with 20 staff members, making money mostly from advertising and other services, Malaysiakini decided to introduce a paywall at a time when internet access, credit cards and online payments were far from popular anywhere in …
 
Interview with Michael Rothberg conducted by Hedvig Turai.Michael Rothberg, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, 1939 Society Samuel Goetz Chair in Holocaust Studies, UCLA, has major contributions to trauma and memory studies. The present interview is mostly connected to his latest book, The Implicated Subject. Beyond Victims and Perpet…
 
‘Szadvar Castle – its Foes and its Friends’ is a documentary of the medieval Szadvar Castle in the north of Hungary and The Friends of Szadvar, a brilliant group of volunteers who were founded to save Szadvar Castle from being forgotten. Together they research, excavate and conserve the castle, making it more accessible to the general public. Karen…
 
Can journalism cooperatives and subscription newsletters put power back in the hands of journalists?In the third episode of our series we explore this question with Maria Bustillos, journalist and co-founder of the Brick House, a collectively-owned journalism cooperative and Walker Bragman, a New York-based journalist, who discusses the advantages …
 
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. This month Kate speaks with Heidi Lindvall from seed stage ClimateTech VC company Pale Blue Dot. Do you want to become an Urban Arena podcast correspondent! We want your voice on the pod. If you’d like to featured then please answer the question ‘What is a sustainable and just cit…
 
Pasts, Inc., Center of Historical Studies at CEU, CEU Department of Gender Studies, the Working Group of Democracy in History of CEU Democracy Institute, and the Subcommittee of the History of Second World War of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences launched the thematic issue of The Hungarian Historical Review with the authors present.https://hunghis…
 
In this episode we will talk about two media organizations that overcame geographical distances to report on their homes from abroad. They are also doing much more than that: they have created a synthesis of different art forms and journalism and became critical voices and sources of information for their public. The story of Belarus Free Theatre, …
 
In this first episode of the series, we’ll bring you the story of Telex, a media organisation that was willed into being by its founders when one of Hungary’s flagship media outlets was pushed to the brink of collapse by government pressure. When almost all of Index’s 90-member staff resigned, they set out to start their own organisation and to fun…
 
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. This month Kate and Ian take a break from interviewing as Sophia Silverton chats with Isabell Eberlein and Denis Petri from Changing Cities. They talk about the role of participatory actions in trying to bring about more just distributions of urban space. The conversation is frame…
 
The nadir point is sometimes reached between 4 and 6 in the morning and represents the lowest level of activity of the human body during the 24-hour life cycle. During that time, I often felt like I was losing my balance and my whole body was getting tired. It was strange, physically and mentally, as if the ground was running from underneath my fee…
 
Original title: "24 - Nightwork: migrant labour and embodied precarity in the global city"By contrasens is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Produced & edited by: Maria Martelli & Karol Pataki Visuals: Maria Martelli Intro & Outro: KindStudios Support contrasens on Patreon: www.patreon.com/podcastcontrasens"How often do we consider the work…
 
This episode is based on the talk that I gave at the 2020 European Association for Social Anthropologists. I was delighted to take part in the first virtual 2020 EASA panel on Ethnography beyond the looking glass. I presented the work that I have been doing as part of the Nightworkshop project designed to research nightwork communities in urban spa…
 
This podcast episode is based on a talk that I gave as part of Night Modes panel, a NIGHT SCENE Virtual event by UCL Urban Laboratory (London, 2020). The episode is complemented by a video recording, which you can watch here. This talk is about the embodied precariousness experienced by migrant nightshift workers. The findings of this research resu…
 
I close this series with the last episode called "Reflections from Researching the Nightshift". Here, I address the lessons learnt during my research on London's 'other workers' invested in the night shift.An excerpt from the interview with our guest, Marion Roberts, Emeritus Professor in Urban Design at the University of Westminster offers insight…
 
Episode: 04Time: 21’45”Date: Nov 2018Place: Interview recorded in Sofia, Bulgaria. Produced in London @anightworkshopGuest: Marion Roberts, Professor in Urban Design, University of Westminster | UKSynopsis: In this third and last episode of the series called “London the Glocturnal City, and its 'other workers' “our first guest, Marion Roberts, Emer…
 
Paradox módon, miközben felmérések és statisztikai adatok bizonyítják a romák esélytelenségét, generációs kirekesztettségét, a magyar társadalom többsége még mindig úgy vélekedik, hogy a romák “túltámogatottak”, „mindent megkaptak”, de nem élnek, éltek ezzel a lehetőséggel és ezért kizárólag őket terheli felelősség. Ezzel szemben a szomorú valóság …
 
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. This month we're joined by Panagiota Kotsila, Isabelle Anguelovski, and Jonathan Luger from the Barcelona Lab for Urban Environmental Justice and Sustainability.We're talking about drivers of urban injustice: https://wiki.urban-arena.eu/index.php?title=Database_of_drivers_of_injus…
 
Paksa Rudolf beszélget Gárdos Péterrel és Szántó T. Gáborral a holokauszt magyarországi filmes emlékezetéről és a történeti filmekről. Részletesen beszélünk Gárdos Péter: Hajnali láz című filmjéről, valamint Szántó T. Gábor: Hazatérés című művéről és filmes adaptációjáról, Török Ferenc: 1945 című filmjéről. A beszélgetésen szóba kerül a holokauszt …
 
In this episode, I am hosting Zeynep Serinkaya Winter. We will discuss the gendered representations of disability in the Turkish cinema, focusing on melodramas produced between 1960 and 1980. Zeynep reveals how disability and gender intersect to signify bodies as spaces of modernization and consolidation of the nation-state project.Zeynep is a soci…
 
Paksa Rudolf beszélget Fahidi Évával és Zoltán Gáborral a II. világháború kulturális emlékezetéről. Beszélünk Fahidi Éva: A dolgok lelke című kötetéről, valamint a szereplésével készült Sóvirág című darabról és A létezés eufóriája című filmről, illetve Zoltán Gábor két helytörténeti dokumentumregényéről az Orgiáról és a Szomszédről, valamint az 194…
 
Paksa Rudolf beszélget Müller Rolffal és Takács Tiborral a II. világháború utáni állami erőszakszervezetekről. Beszélünk Almási Tamás: Ítéletlenül című dokumentumfilmjéről, internálótáborokról, Kistarcsáról, valamint átfogóan az 1945 utáni politikai és társadalmi változásokról. Volt-e "mesterterv", ami alapján az 1945 utáni átalakulások lezajlottak…
 
Paksa Rudolf beszélget Kádár Zsuzsanna és Stark Tamás történészekkel a II. világháború végének 75. évfordulójáról. Megemlékezett-e a történész szakma és a közélet a II. világháború végének 75. évfordulójáról? Miért tűnik úgy, hogy ez a kérdés csak Oroszországnak fontos? Vajon Magyarországon csak a járvány miatt volt visszafogott a megemlékezés? A b…
 
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. This month we're joined by Meera Ghani, ECOLISE Policy Coordinator, and Tamara Steger, Associate Professor at the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy at Central European University. The topic? Environmental and racial justice.Do you want to become an Urban Arena podcas…
 
Martin tells us about his studies of the Taborites, a radical faction of the Hussite revolution, who transitioned from the passive escapist apocalyptic thought into a revolutionary activist mode. They participated in what they perceived as the Apocalypse through violence, seeing themselves as agents that have to participate in the cleansing of the …
 
A CEU Bibó István Szabadegyetem, MTA 2. világháború története albizottság A II. világháborús nemi erőszak emlékezete 75 ÉV ÁRNYÉKA. VILÁGHÁBORÚ, KÖVETKEZMÉNYEK, EMLÉKEZET előadássorozatában Pető Andrea, Skrabski Fruzsina beszélgetett Paksa Rudolffal a II. világháborús nemi erőszak történetéről.Paksa Rudolf による
 
Veerle Vanden Daelen, deputy director of Kazerne Dossin and Andrea Pető, Professor at CEU are discussing problems of how to remember dark history, what are the challenges for museums and art works.With the support of Flemish Representation in Budapest, Budapest City Archive, Municial of Budapest, Subcommittee of History of the Second World War of t…
 
No disputing the fact, the past few months have been quite tough and stressful for CEU students. I had hoped to earlier share the lots of beautiful conversations I had had with friends and colleagues from CEU over the summer but it just never quite felt like the right thing to do at such a time as this. Why talk relationship, dating or engage in pr…
 
Paksa Rudolf beszélget B. Stenge Csaba hadtörténésszel és Virányi Péter propagandakutatóval a II. világháborús magyar szerepvállalásról, illetve a háborús propagandáról. Részletesen beszélünk az 1943-ban készült Magyar Sasok című filmről, valamint szóba kerül Kassa bombázása, Horthy István repülőgép balesete, valamint a munkaszolgálatra vitt Petsch…
 
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. This month Kate talks with Florian Strenge - an urbanist fascinated by spaces, people and processes.Our urban arena podcast correspondent this month is Sophia Silverton. Would you like to follow in her footsteps? If so, please answer the question ‘What is a sustainable and just ci…
 
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. This month Kate and Ian get lost in the voices of people who have helped sustain, build and critically assess networks that aim to create just and sustainable cities: Matthew Bach, Flor Avelino and Tom Henfrey.Do you want to become an Urban Arena podcast correspondent! We want you…
 
A CEU Bibó István Szabadegyetem egy online beszélgetéssel jelentkezett, amelynek középpontjában a fehérororszországi események álltak. Ezzel kapcsolatban hallgathattuk meg Jarábik Balázs (Head of Political Analysis and Coordination Department at EUAM Ukraine), Toka Gábor (CEU Politikatudományi Tanszék), Bíró Zoltán (Rendszerváltás Történetét Kutató…
 
This is the second part of the episode. Here, I converse with two amazing ladies from CEU, Burcu Kisac (POLS '21) and Tetiana Horban (IR '20) about unexpectedly finding home in strange, foreign lands, comparing metros in several metropolises and shitting on NY city while we were having a really nice Turkish breakfast on a Saturday morning at an apa…
 
Over 25 years ago, Central European University chose to make a home in Budapest, creating a Hogwarts-without-magic haven of higher education within the metropolitan, touristy location steeped in the heart of Hungary and, for all these years, CEU has attracted a milieu of students from different parts of the world, thus creating an internationally-i…
 
There are plenty of people who will be quick to tell you that journalism is broken. But we’re not here to wallow in negatives. As part of the Journalism Breakthrough series from the Centre for Media Data and Society at the Central European University, instead, in this episode we take a look at three different innovations that bridge academia and jo…
 
The second episode of the Journalism Breakthroughs podcast discusses how Velocidad, a media accelerator in Latin America, not only injects money but also explores the different dimensions and challenges of financial health in the news ecosystem.The host, Patricio Contreras, a Chilean journalist and university professor talks to Janine Warner, Co-Fo…
 
In this first episode of CEU Chatroom, Funmilayo Akinpelu (HIST '21) starts with a prologue in which she reflects on the thoroughly devastating changes her skin underwent upon coming to Budapest from Nigeria. She vaguely connects the dots between her own personal case of terribly blotched skin and George Floyd's killing in the US, an event which, a…
 
An introductory opening to what I hope will subsequently be a hub of lively, practically relevant and gossipy conversations within the CEU community. This is the first step of many more baby steps to come. An experimental opening to a shaky new beginning, sorta; and what better time to debut a project such as this than in the thick of summer!…
 
A CEU Bibó Szabadegyetem online szemináriumán a magyar lakosság Orbán-kormány elmúlt tíz évéről alkotott véleménye volt a fókuszban. A beszélgetés első számú forrását a FES és a Policy Solutions a témában végzett, közelmúltbeli felmérése szolgáltatta.https://www.policysolutions.hu/hu/hirek/496/orban10_publikacio…
 
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. Kate is on interview duty and the moment and she caught up with Kemo Camara, founder and CEO of Omek, a new digital and physical platform dedicated to the social and professional advancement of the African diaspora community. Do you want to become an Urban Arena podcast correspond…
 
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