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This is the edited episode from the live stream finale on 11/8/20 - our charity Interstitial One Shot! Watch the video version of the episode FOR FREE here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/44319881 Music is by Walmaster from their Phantom EP. Buy Interstitial: Our Hearts Intertwined, Riley's now finished Kingdom Hearts inspired Powered by the Apocaly…
 
Karla Slocum is Thomas Willis Lambeth Chair of Public Policy, professor of anthropology, and director of the Institute of African American Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is the author of Free Trade and Freedom: Neoliberalism, Place, and Nation in the Caribbean (University of Michigan Press, 2006) and Black Towns, B…
 
Daniel A. Barber is an Associate Professor of Architecture and Chair of the PhD Program in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. His books—Modern Architecture and Climate: Design before Air Conditioning and A House in the Sun: Modern Architecture and Solar Energy in the Cold War—examine historical relationships between architecture and gl…
 
Leslie Kern is the author of two books on gender and cities, including Feminist City: Claiming Space in Man-Made World (Verso). She holds a PhD in women’s studies from York University and is currently an associate professor of geography and environment and director of women’s and gender studies at Mount Allison University, in Sackville, New Brunswi…
 
William O. Gardner is Professor of Japanese language, literature, and film at Swarthmore College. His most recent work explores the intersection of architecture and science fiction in postwar Japan, which builds upon his earlier research on intermedial relationships in Japanese prewar modernism as well as postwar science fiction. His previous publi…
 
Erin Y. Huang is Assistant Professor of East Asian Studies and Comparative Literature at Princeton University. Her work often explores the interdisciplinary dialogue among Marxist geography, postcolonial theory, feminist theory, cinema and media studies, and Sinophone Asia. She is the cofounder of Asia Theory Visuality—an intellectual platform that…
 
Edward Onaci is an Associate Professor of History and African American & Africana Studies at Ursinus College. His first book, Free the Land: The Republic of New Afrika and the Pursuit of a Black Nation-State (University of North Carolina Press, 2020), explores the history of the New Afrikan Independence Movement and the lived experience of revoluti…
 
Nina Lakhani is the environmental justice reporter for the Guardian US. Previously she was a freelance journalist covering Central America and Mexico for the Guardian, BBC, Al Jazeera, Global Post, the Daily Beast, and elsewhere. More about the book: https://www.versobooks.com/books/3180-who-killed-berta-caceres…
 
Why do we design our landscapes to inflict particular kinds of coercive activities on other people? In these week's episode, a rebroadcast of Interstitial EP005 from September 2019, geographer and filmmaker Brett Story invites us to see, and unsee, the spaces of carceral power.โดย Brett Story
 
Digital images of iconic architecture have become more valuable and more real than the completed building—if it ever gets built at all. Simone Brott reveals how the superficiality of the image is a technique of neoliberal globalization and an instrument of ideology.โดย Simone Brott
 
C.J. Alvarez is an assistant professor in the department of Mexican American and Latina/o Studies at The University of Texas Austin and a Mellon Fellow at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is the author of Border Land, Border Water: A History of Construction on the U.S.-Mexico Divide and is working on a book about the his…
 
Laleh Khalili is a Professor of International Politics at Queen Mary University of London. She is the author of Heroes and Martyrs of Palestine: The Politics of National Commemoration, Time in the Shadows: Confinement in Counterinsurgencies, and Sinews of War and Trade: Shipping and Capitalism in the Arabian Peninsula. More about the book: https://…
 
The Roland Park Company, which developed Baltimore’s wealthiest, whitest neighborhoods starting in the 1890s, had by the middle of the twentieth century an outsize influence on real estate professionals and on local and federal housing policy. Historian Paige Glotzer examines how racial exclusion structured the U.S. housing market—and the ways this…
 
How do we transition to solar power while avoiding the disproportionate impacts we see with our energy systems today? Dustin Mulvaney highlights some of the social and environmental consequences of scaling up the solar industry.โดย Dustin Mulvaney
 
What would an ideal internet experience be like? Joanne McNeil explores the 30-year history of online life—the communities and identities and hazards—and imagines how we, the users, might recover some of the potential of our technologies.โดย Joanne McNeil
 
Digital technologies have transformed the geography of carceral space, augmenting older forms of racial criminalization via software and dispersed sensors. Brian Jefferson tracks the history of computing in the American criminal justice system.โดย Brian Jefferson
 
Tracing the evolution of aided self-help housing in Peru over three decades beginning in the 1950s, Helen Gyger, a historian of the built environment, contemplates how this hands-on model for improving squatter settlements persisted under different political regimes, competing ideological agendas, and strained expert-resident relations.…
 
Urban environments are built with materials that come from particular places and have a multitude of other relationships. What kinds of stories can their movement tell us? Landscape architect Jane Hutton follows five materials used in New York City landscapes over the last 150 years back to their source.…
 
Architects, planners, and construction firms from socialist Eastern Europe shaped the urbanization of West Africa and the Middle East during the Cold War in ways we had not, until now, considered. Łukasz Stanek examines the strategic ambitions and sometimes contradictory motivations behind this global cooperation.…
 
We made a donation goal at our stream, Nov 16-17 2019 claiming that we'd end our stream with an Interstitial One Shot - and so we did. Watch the video version here! Music from this episode is by Walmaster from their Phantom EP. Buy Interstitial: Our Hearts Intertwined, Riley's now finished Kingdom Hearts inspired Powered by the Apocalypse table-top…
 
The music in this episode is Eyes by Walmaster from their Phantom EP. Buy Interstitial: Our Hearts Intertwined, Riley's now finished Kingdom Hearts inspired Powered by the Apocalypse table-top RPG at Linksmith Games. Discuss the podcast with other listeners in the Got it Memorized Discord or The Orange Groves Discord, or tweet about the show using …
 
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