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International Voices at Queen’s

International Voices at Queen’s is an inquisitive and supportive listening space for members of the Queen’s University community, especially those with intercultural realities, those engaging in language learning, and those seeking to increase intercultural awareness.  

Produced by the Queen’s International Centre (https://quic.queensu.ca/) and Student Academic Success Services (https://sass.queensu.ca/). 

Season one hosted and edited by AmirHossein Sojoodi, a PhD student in Computer Engineering at Queen’s University.  

Music by Sadaf Amini (https://open.spotify.com/artist/2TlAvzrt6ctGIozK4RQI64) 

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Recent Episodes

Accented English

We all speak with an accent, but how does your unique accent affect your identity and how others perceive you?...

Diversity is a Strength

What does diversity mean to you? On this week’s episode, hear stories about racism and diversity, equity, and inclusion, from...

Housing

Navigating your first housing rental in Canada? On this week’s episode, hear stories from the Queen’s community about challenges and...

Finances

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Authorial Voice

What is authorial voice in academic writing? Listen to this week’s podcast to hear stories from the Queen’s community and...