Creative Disturbance (Mediterranean Imaginaries)

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Alen speaks with architectural historian and filmmaker, Anna Ulrikke Andersen, visiting scholar at Vanderbilt. Anna discusses her research on a rehabilitation center in Montenegro frequented by Norwegians with rheumatic illnesses by the request of their medical doctor, plus her work on architect Christian Norberg-Schulz. Alen reflects on his failed attempts to reach the Mediterranean, raising questions about “being there” versus “trying” to be there and draws connections to rehabilitation.

Direct download: AnnaUlrikke_MediImag.mp3
Category:Mediterranean Imaginaries -- posted at: 8:09pm CDT

To kick start an upcoming disturbance, Roger Malina and Oskar Olsson sit down with the host himself. Alen Agaronov is a doctoral student at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health majoring in Social & Behavioral Science with a secondary field in Critical Media Practice. In this episode Alen explains how he has grown an unhealthy obsession with the health benefits of the so-called Mediterranean Diet – particularly the scientists who were behind its discovery. Like a glass of wine, our discuss pours into tangential topics including Alen’s experience with the bureaucracies and office politics of doctoral life, Roger’s points about art and science, and the co-host's odd development of non-human-targeted media. [Original Recording: July 8, 2019]

Direct download: Mediterranean_Imaginaries_Pilot_8_12_2019.mp3
Category:Mediterranean Imaginaries -- posted at: 2:07pm CDT

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