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In this episode of the MAP Radio Hour features a conversation with Puerto Rico-based art collective MAOF (materials and crafts) about their work salvaging trees and other biological materials for design and art and the lasting impact of colonialism in Puerto Rico, as well as their rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Maria. Translation of the Spanish segments of this conversation is by Jean Luc Vila.  

Direct download: MAP_-_MAOF.mp3
Category:MAP Radio Hour -- posted at: 9:58am CDT

In this podcast, we uncover the wandering of a neuroscience lab crew in the Azores while in search for the exploration/exploration duality both in scientific work and beyond. We will talk about the importance of doing scientific retreats as a way to promote reflection about science, scientific questions and methodologies.
Direct download: Roots_Azores_Retreat.mp3
Category:Roots of Curiosity -- posted at: 6:35pm CDT

Direct download: Tanzania_Final.mp3
Category:Virtual Africa -- posted at: 3:40pm CDT

Direct download: CD_GutFeeling_Nadin_Final.mp3
Category:Gut Feeling -- posted at: 2:24pm CDT

Chris Chafe talks about his years of experiences in the field of sonification with Scot Gresham-Lancaster. Chris is the Director of the Stanford Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. Listeners who want to hear some of Chris’s excellent sonification work can go here:

http://chrischafe.net/portfolio/sonification-2/.

His bio is at:

http://chrischafe.net/about-2-2/

Direct download: ChrisChafeSoundData.mp3
Category:Sound and Data -- posted at: 12:38am CDT

Deepa Ganesh has been a student of music, a journalist and has been writing about music since a long time. She speaks about her initial experiences on writing about music and how writing on music theory were emphasized more than music appreciation. According to her, writing from and on the experience of music is more important than the geometries of it. 

She has met renowned musicians like Kishori Amonkar, Gangubai Hangal and studied both the families of music , Carnatic and Hindustani Classical music. She feels music can be divided through their temporal qualities rather than rigidities of external systems. 

Bumpers by Hamid Hassan.

Edited by Ritwik Kaikini.

Direct download: DeepaGanesh_Gari_part1.mp3
Category:GARI -- posted at: 1:02pm CDT

Direct download: 04-03-18_Lynx_Final_.mp3
Category:Lynx Science -- posted at: 12:26am CDT

Direct download: CD_GutFeeling_Roger_Final.mp3
Category:Gut Feeling -- posted at: 3:35pm CDT

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