Once, twice, two times for Tutone

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Once, twice, two times for Tutone
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Can Tommy Tutone follow up 867-5309? Find out next on One-Hit Wonders: The Follow-Ups! WHICH MAN ARE YU : TOMMY TUTUNE TWO TRIBES : FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLOYWOOD DONT TALK JUST KISS : RIGHT SAID FRED TE TA TE TA TA : ERNIE K DOE THE FARMER : THE SEEDS PUT YOUR MIND AT EASE […]

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Food Mobility: Bunny Chow

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Food Mobility: Bunny Chow
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with Nathan Clemente, Henry Jeong, and Olivier Champagne Food is often an overlooked topic by many historians; indeed, for something that we can’t live without, many people take it for granted. Have you ever wondered how your favourite dishes came into being? Or how certain foods and ingredients have moved around the world? This podcast […]

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Art and Identity in Diaspora History: Tau Lewis

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Art and Identity in Diaspora History: Tau Lewis
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with Fayed Gaya This episode contextualizes the work of Canadian artist Tau Lewis.

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“Love Thy Neighbour? Diaspora, Race and the Sitcom”

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“Love Thy Neighbour? Diaspora, Race and the Sitcom”
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with Norees Gaspar andSahana Sivaneshan This podcast uses the BBC show Love Thy Neighbour to comment on the politicization of race in television. It will examine how the black diaspora in Britain after the end of WW2 and the arrival of the Windrush generation triggered a shift in British television towards racial diversity in sitcoms. […]

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Warsan Shire’s “Teaching my Mother How to Give Birth,” a Diasporic Analysis

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Warsan Shire’s “Teaching my Mother How to Give Birth,” a Diasporic Analysis
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with Christina Anderson, Olivia Marve, and Lara Kahn This podcast mobilizes Warsan Shire’s book of poems titled “Teaching my Mother How to Give Birth” to explore how diasporic belonging intersects with her experiences of  gender, race, and sexuality as a first-generation immigrant from Somalia. We begin with  an overview of Shire’s personal background with migration […]

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Joy Kogawa’s Poetry

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Joy Kogawa’s Poetry
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with Bronte McMaster, IanMichalek, and Sarah Prowten Our podcast discusses Joy Kogawa’s collection of poems from her book “The Splintered Moon.” This episode explores Kogowa’s background and the history of Japanese-Canadian internment in Canada, while ultimately relating these topics to the content of her poems and our interpretations. We analyze four poems int his collection: […]

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