Minari…for real this time

Our attention stays focused on the Oscars as Mike and Taylor review Minari and the Oscar Nominated documentary Crip Camp. The Screening in Kingston team also makes some announcements for upcoming episodes and discusses how foreign language films are starting to get more awards attention in more categories than one.

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How to Survive and Thrive this Exam Season

Students  (and faculty) can learn much in this episode about surviving and thriving this exam season.  Dr. Lindsay Heggie, Academic Skills Specialist with Student Academic Success Services joins us in this episode.  She sheds light on the many services and resources available through SASS that students are encouraged to utilize throughout the school year and […]

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Ep. 10

Today we are joined by Dr. Karen Lawford, an Aboriginal midwife (Namegosibiing, Lac Seul First Nation, Treaty 3), Assistant Professor in Gender Studies and researcher for Indigenous Peoples with a particular focus on the provision of maternity care for those who live on reserve. Today we spoke about historical and contemporary colonialism, intergenerational trauma, barriers […]

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Translation and 20th Century Intellectual History in Latin America

María Constanza Guzmán The author of Mapping Spaces of Translation in Twentieth-Century Latin American Print Culture discusses her investigation of the interplay of translation and Latin American intellectual history in the 20th century. She reflects on translation in 20th-century Latin American print culture, tracing the trajectory of influential periodicals and publishing houses from the 60s and 70s. […]

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The Horn of Africa in Crisis: The war in Tingray and Forced Migration

In early November 2020, a civil war broke out in Ethiopia that quickly turned into a humanitarian crisis. The raging conflict, involving neighboring Eritrea, risks destabilizing the whole Horn of Africa region. It jeopardized the safety of more than 90,000 Eritrean refugees in the Tigray region of Ethiopia, and displaced hundreds of thousands of Tigrayans […]

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The Scoop – KAC Resiliency Grant

In this segment, Kirsi Hunnako, Executive Director of Kingston Arts Council joins us to chat about KAC’s launch of the first round of Resiliency Grants that will support individual professional artists in Kingston to continue to work and to work safely in their artistic practice.  Learn more about the grants, how local artists can apply and other […]

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