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The first Podcast dedicated to Kinship Care ran by Kinship Carers Liverpool. Please have a listen and share to all other Kinship groups. For more information please go to our website athttps://kinshipcarersliverpool.co.uk/Follow us on Facebook (Kinship Care Liverpool) Twitter (KinshipLpool) and Instagram (Kinshipcareliverpool) Enjoy and remember You Are Not Alone.
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Kinship Together is a podcast where you get to hear real-life stories, experiences and advice from kinship carers. We hope that by listening to their stories, you gain useful information, confidence, and even a little advice to help you in your own kinship journey.
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Our podcast series is dedicated to exploring topics related to adoption, fostering and kinship care. We invite children’s social care professionals and experts by experience to join us to share best practices, their experiences and knowledge.
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Host Sandra Flach is a mom of 8 children, 5 through adoption—one kinship and 4 international. Her youngest 2 are teens diagnosed with a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). With over 30 years of parenting experience and 20 plus years as an adoptive and kinship parent, she’s made mountains of mistakes and learned loads of lessons. She understands the difficult road of parenting children with trauma histories—and she is still in the trenches! The Adoption & Foster Care Journey is a podcast ...
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Are you thinking about adopting or fostering a child? Confused about all the options and wondering where to begin? Or are you an adoptive or foster parent or kinship caregiver trying to be the best parent possible to this precious child? This is the podcast for you! Every week, we interview leading experts for an hour, discussing the topics you care about in deciding whether to adopt/foster or how to be a better parent. This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are the national ...
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This podcast is a home of conversations about how we strengthen kinship and collaboration in times of great change. Host Beth Tener explores stories of how healthy communities and relationships can bring out the best in people and change destructive patterns. We glean what works to give you ideas you can apply in your context. For those ready to live in a way that generates more love and connection rather than more fear and separation, welcome to the conversation.This podcast is part of Kins ...
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We love to make things with our own two hands, things like clothes, book illustrations, delicious meals...and a vibrant, mindful life! To be fully lit up! This is the In Kinship Podcast, and I am your host, Tina VanDenburg. I'm a maker and I imagine you might be a maker too, and you stumbled upon this podcast because maybe you want to elevate your life as a maker. In this podcast, we're gonna explore the idea of living a vibrant, fully awake life as a person who loves to create things.
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Hi, This is Jen & Tab here from Kinship Cultivated. We write a lifestyle blog where we talk authentically about having grace in friendships so we can help others to feel supported & encourage them to be intentional in their relationships. We focus on connecting women primarily in their local community.
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Welcome to Conglomerate Knowledges, hosted by EcoArtist SE Bachinger. In this enlightening podcast series, we explore diverse interviews and methods aimed at rekindling our connection with the more-than-human world. Join us on a journey to rediscover kinship with nature, offering remedies for species loneliness and other afflictions of contemporary life. Through engaging conversations and practical strategies, we strive to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation for our planet, nurtur ...
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Though we were meant to walk side by side in deep relationships with church family, the disconnect we feel can be crippling. We’re four church sisters that share our discussions so that you’re encouraged to deepen relationships through meaningful conversation in your local church.
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The staff of Kinwell Academy, a last-chance high school in Marion, IN, quickly learned about the need for kinship with their students and each other to experience true growth and wholeness in God. The students, who come from an eclectic mix of urban and rural backgrounds, teach them more about life than they could ever learn in a textbook or classroom. Roger, Amanda, Tyler, and guests hang out to share these unique experiences and their growth along the way.100% of donations go directly towa ...
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It's A Grand Life

Ryan Armbrustmacher

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You thought you were empty nesters. Then you became a Grand Family. Don't worry, you're not alone. Craig Nash is experiencing this right now and wants to share his journey with others. Millions of Grandparents around the world are now raising their Grandchildren. There are a variety of reasons why this happens, but often times people are unprepared for the challenges. We're here to help. This podcast will give you tips and real life stories on how to navigate kinship care and maximize it to ...
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Zebras In America

Zebras In America

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“Dude, you can get past a dog. Nobody f's with a lion.” - Grandma's Boy “You notice things if you pay attention.” - In The Mood For Love Marcus Pinn likes movies. Scott Thorough likes movies. Marcus writes about movies (Pinnland Empire, The Pink Smoke), and Scott sometimes scores movies (Newlyweeds, Manos Sucias). They both have a background in hyper underground rap music, and enjoy sandwiches. Through a deep love of rap music, wrestling, and dissecting low and high brow cinema, Marcus and S ...
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Swan Dive

Ron Rothberg and Stu Sheldon

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Swan Dive captures pivotal moments in meaningful lives and features the inspiring stories of people who had the clarity and courage to chase their dreams and visions. Hosts and life-long friends, Ron Rothberg and Stu Sheldon, both made their own swan dives from successful careers in media and finance to the unknowns of content creation and fine art. Through their journeys, both found their true voices and, with Swan Dive Podcast, they dive deep into the big pivots of their myriad guests. Fro ...
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The Entrepreneuring *WHILE* Caregiving podcast showcases the stories of women navigating the balancing act of caregiving, business-building, and change-making. Perhaps you already had a business, and had to find new ways to sustain it (even if in a scaled-back way) while caregiving. Maybe you had to give up a job to meet the demands of caregiving and found side jobs, freelanced, or started a business. Or while caregiving, you were inspired to launch a service, passion project, or nonprofit. ...
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Jump into "Foster Parent Well with Nicole T Barlow," where the adventure of Christian foster and adoptive parenting gets a little easier, a lot more joyful, and deeply fulfilling. Nicole's here with a mission: to guide you in parenting with a heart full of steadfast faith, unshakable endurance, and infectious joy. This podcast is your cozy nook in the vast world of parenting, blending laughs, learning, and lots of love. It’s where self-care meets faith-filled encouragement, and mindset shift ...
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Lets Talk

Parris Terrill

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This is a podcast that is focused specifically on my thoughts and ideas about Life,Love, friendship and Kinship. I definitely think outside the box and question everything. Dont You?
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Here we talk about life by deconstructing ideas which interest, bother or intrigue us! Maāz Meáczhar is a Kashmiri expression, probably untranslatable, with meanings of special affection and love among people, especially family members. It can also be rendered as sweetness of kinship! You can get in touch with us via email: sulaimanhussaini@gmail.com
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Holding the Fire: Indigenous Voices on the Great Unraveling

Post Carbon Institute: Indigenous Voices on the Great Unraveling

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Indigenous thought leaders offer their unique perspectives on this moment of shared crises, the consequence of global industrialized society having been built on extraction, colonialism, perpetual growth, and overexploitation of nature. Award-winning journalist and author Dahr Jamail hosts in-depth interviews with leaders from around the world to uncover Indigenous ways of reckoning with environmental and societal breakdown. If you’re concerned about climate change, species extinctions, loss ...
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Kara Goldin, founder of Hint, sits down with today’s most fascinating entrepreneurs, disruptors, and change-makers for a no-holds-barred discussion of how they overcame long odds on the road to start-up success. Guests such as Guy Kawasaki (Apple, Canva), Julie Bornstein (The Yes, Stitch Fix), Mindy Grossman (WW), and Amy Errett (Madison Reed) share wisdom and anecdotes that will inspire you – and challenge you to think differently about achieving your goals. For more on the podcast as well ...
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FASD Family Life podcast is where we get REAL about raising children and youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Host and FASD Educator, Robbie Seale, synergizes her 20 years lived experience, in-depth knowledge of FASD and the best research to educate, encourage, equip parents and caregivers raising children and youth with FASD. Robbie's passion is to help families thrive, because she knows the struggle is real and so is success. Weekly episodes of FASD Family Life discuss the challenge ...
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Young heroes bound in love and kinship are forced on a quest to discover the truth behind the magic of dragons and seek those that stole it, before their world itself is destroyed by the growing power of the Dark Army.. Raised by former knights in hiding, they have grown up taking on different skills, each one unique and valuable to each other. Not only use of magic or mastery of a sword they are also tied to a great destiny. A destiny foretold in lost tomes they have yet to discover, but th ...
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A safe space to promote the discussion of issues in the areas of Faith, Family, and Sports which creates a kinship that supports, encourages and matures one another to “Be the Best You!”
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The Here to Help Podcast

Laura - Foster Parent Partner

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Practical support and tips for foster parents, kinship providers, and child welfare professionals, as told by those with lived experiences, nonprofits, and professionals on the ground, helping kids and families impacted by foster care.
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Talking FACS

UK FCS Extension

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Welcome to Talking FACS: What you need to know about family, food, finance, and fitness. Hosted by the University of Kentucky Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Program.
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Java Folklore

Java Folklore

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Java folklore or in Indonesia is called a dongeng, is a story that comes from Indonesian society which is told by word of mouth since ancient times until today. These stories generally have local wisdom values ​​that are closely related to the occurrence of things such as events, incidents, and so on. This local wisdom is usually reflected in the arts, livelihoods, language, kinship, technology and natural knowledge. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/javafolklore/ ...
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The Cosmic We goes beyond race and racism to consider relatedness as the organizing principle of the universe, exploring our shared cosmic origins though a cultural lens that fuses science, mysticism, spirituality, and the creative arts. Together with prominent cosmologists, shamans, biblical scholars, poets and activists, Center for Action and Contemplation core teacher Barbara Holmes and co-host Donny Bryant unveil the “we” of us beyond color, continent, country, or kinship to conjure unse ...
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This week I talk about telling your story. In whatever way you think would be best for you. Whether it’s starting up your own podcast or writing a story or a poem. If anyone has a Kinship Story that you want to tell you can send to me and I will read it on the show. We all have different stories and the more voices we share the better. For more inf…
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Christin Powell, Co-Founder and CEO of Kinship, shares her journey in the beauty industry and the inspiration behind founding Kinship, a science-backed skincare brand for sensitive skin. What does it take to build a new beauty brand and one focused on helping the consumer looking for sensitive skincare? Why is it important to understand the science…
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How embedded are the dignity and personhood of the elderly in the collective memory of their nation? In Aging Nationally in Contemporary Poland: Memory, Kinship, and Personhood (Rutgers University Press, 2021) anthropologist Jessica C. Robbins-Panko dissects the Polish version of this story, in which the meanings and ideals both of “active aging” p…
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A path of listening, learned first in the yoga class of a beloved teacher in Boulder. For five years I attended her class, five years of book writing and coming to terms with my older brother's death. Wendy taught us how to move by listening—listening first to the body and breath, which is listening to the Earth. Here is a story of listening in Wen…
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Children and young people spend significant amounts of their lives online in the cyber world, but how do we ensure that their online experiences are safe? There are so many issues to consider: how do you tackle cyber bullying, deal with the threat of grooming of children, what is the right amount of screen time, how do you create a safe gaming envi…
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This episode explores the vast topic of how you’re supported while you’re grieving animal family members. Because you don’t have to be alone. Episode Quotes “It’s easy to forget we humans need care too. We need tending, nurturing, conversation, community and support. We need witnessing, not fixing.” Janet Roper “What would it be like to have a supp…
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Michael Sheldrick, Author of the new, awesome book From Idea to Impact and Co-Founder of Global Citizen, a movement dedicated to ending extreme poverty by 2030, shares what it means and what it takes to be a policy entrepreneur. His new book takes readers behind the scenes of launching global campaigns that aim to mobilize millions around the world…
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St. Brigid is the earliest and best-known of the female saints of Ireland. In the generation after St. Patrick, she established a monastery for men and women at Kildare which became one of the most powerful and influential centres of the Church in early Ireland. The stories of Brigid's life and deeds survive in several early sources, but the most i…
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Bruce O'Neill's Underground: Dreams and Degradations in Bucharest (U Pennsylvania Press, 2024) gets to the bottom of the twenty-first-century city, literally. Underground moves beneath Romania’s capital, Bucharest, to examine how the demands of global accumulation have extended urban life not just upward into higher skylines, and outward to ever mo…
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Bruce O'Neill's Underground: Dreams and Degradations in Bucharest (U Pennsylvania Press, 2024) gets to the bottom of the twenty-first-century city, literally. Underground moves beneath Romania’s capital, Bucharest, to examine how the demands of global accumulation have extended urban life not just upward into higher skylines, and outward to ever mo…
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An intellectual who hated intellectuals, a socialist who didn't trust the state--our foremost political essayist and author of Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four was a man of stark, puzzling contradictions. Knowing Orwell's life and reading Orwell's works produces just as many questions as it answers. Celebrated Orwell biographer D. J. Taylor gui…
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Bruce O'Neill's Underground: Dreams and Degradations in Bucharest (U Pennsylvania Press, 2024) gets to the bottom of the twenty-first-century city, literally. Underground moves beneath Romania’s capital, Bucharest, to examine how the demands of global accumulation have extended urban life not just upward into higher skylines, and outward to ever mo…
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Bruce O'Neill's Underground: Dreams and Degradations in Bucharest (U Pennsylvania Press, 2024) gets to the bottom of the twenty-first-century city, literally. Underground moves beneath Romania’s capital, Bucharest, to examine how the demands of global accumulation have extended urban life not just upward into higher skylines, and outward to ever mo…
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Thor Rydin joins to talk about his new book, The Works and Times of Johan Huizinga (1872- 1945): Writing History in the Age of Collapse (Amsterdam UP, 2023). This book offers a new perspective on the Dutch cultural historian Johan Huizinga (1872-1945), who remains one of the most famous European historians of the twentieth century. Huizinga's lifet…
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Before Salma Hayek, Eva Longoria, and Penelope Cruz, there was Lupe Velez―one of the first Latin-American stars to sweep past the xenophobia of old Hollywood and pave the way for future icons from around the world. Her career began in the silent era, when her beauty was enough to make it onto the silver screen, but with the rise of talkies, Velez c…
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With his new book Sun, Sea, Soil, Wine: Winemaking on the North Fork of Long Island (SUNY Press, 2024), Richard Olsen-Harbich, Long Island's longest-tenured winemaker, weighs in on what makes the North Fork so unique for fine wine production. He shares his journey through the intricate art of winemaking – a tale of dedication, passion, and the rema…
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Johnny Mize was one of the greatest hitters in baseball’s golden age of great hitters. Born and raised in tiny Demorest, Georgia, in the northeast Georgia mountains, Mize emerged from the heart of Dixie as a Bunyonesque slugger, a quiet but sharp-witted man from a broken home who became a professional player at seventeen, embarking on an extended t…
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Bruce O'Neill's Underground: Dreams and Degradations in Bucharest (U Pennsylvania Press, 2024) gets to the bottom of the twenty-first-century city, literally. Underground moves beneath Romania’s capital, Bucharest, to examine how the demands of global accumulation have extended urban life not just upward into higher skylines, and outward to ever mo…
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In this episode of the CEU Press Podcast, host Andrea Talabér (CEU Press/CEU Review of Books) sat down with Jen McCall, one of our commissioning editors to talk about CEU Press’ new series entitled CEU Press Perspectives. Jen talks about the aims and goals of this new series and introduces the first three books. The CEU Press Perspectives series of…
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Wholesale Couture: London and Beyond, 1930-70 (Bloomsbury, 2023) by Dr. Liz Tregenza seeks to revise the notion that wholesale couturiers were simply copyists and demonstrate the complexities of their design processes and business strategies. This term has fallen out of usage; however, it was used to describe the pinnacle of the British ready-to-we…
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Contemporary Chinese film and literature often draw on time-honored fantastical texts and tales which were founded in the milieu of patriarchy, parental authority, heteronormativity, nationalism, and anthropocentrism. Cathy Yue Wang's Snake Sisters and Ghost Daughters: Feminist Adaptations of Traditional Tales in Chinese Fantasy (Wayne State Univer…
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With a presidential campaign in the US just around the corner and populist and authoritarian thinkers gaining broader platforms, University of Notre Dame political scientist A. James McAdams shines a light on the terms being used today by the Far Right to undermine liberal democracy. How successful are these thinkers in changing public views? And h…
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Are you confused about having an open adoption? Do you worry about what this means for your family. Join us today to talk about open adoption with Sara Easterly, an adoptee, Kelsey Vander Vliet Ranyard, a birth parent, and Lori Holden, an adoptive parent. In addition to co-authoring the book, "Adoption Unfiltered", they host a podcast of the same n…
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Host: Mindy McCulley, MS Extension Specialist for Instructional Support, University of Kentucky Guest: David Weisenhorn, PhD Extension Specialist for Parenting and Child Development Season 6, Episode 40 Dr. David Wiesenhorn, our Extension Specialist for Parenting and Child Development, presents practical strategies for managing and understanding ou…
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As Executive Director of the Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis, TN, Jeff Kollath oversees the world’s only museum dedicated to preserving and promoting the legacy of Stax Records and American soul music. Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes, John Lee Hooke, Booker T & the MGs and the endless Stax roster of musical icons produced songs that stirred…
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Discover the transformative power of nurturing both mind and body as Stefanie Armstrong, a respected mental health therapist and health coach, joins us to unravel the complex tapestry of parenting within the foster care and adoption. Together, we explore the profound ways in which wellness practices can anchor parents amidst the turbulent waters of…
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Most of us appreciate the importance of the immune system yet have very little knowledge about how it actually works. If you fall into this camp and are curious to learn more about this intricate system, Bobby Cherayil's book is an excellent resource. The Logic of Immunity: Deciphering an Enigma was published in January 2024 by John Hopkins Univers…
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Sixteenth-century Spain was small, poor, disunited and sparsely populated. Yet the Spaniards and their allies built the largest empire the world had ever seen. How did they achieve this? In How the Spanish Empire Was Built: a 400-year History (Reaktion, 2024) Dr. Felipe Fernández-Armesto and Dr. Manuel Lucena Giraldo argue that Spain’s engineers we…
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Over three years have passed since a military coup of February 2021 in Myanmar precipitated a popular uprising that has since transformed into a revolutionary situation. While researchers and writers have cobbled together edited books trying to come to terms with all that has happened and how we might interpret it in relation to Myanmar’s recent pa…
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Puerto Rico is a Spanish-speaking territory of the United States with a history shaped by conquest and resistance. For centuries, Puerto Ricans have crafted and negotiated complex ideas about nationhood. Jorell Meléndez-Badillo provides a new history of Puerto Rico that gives voice to the archipelago's people while offering a lens through which to …
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Enormous ecological losses and profound planetary transformations mean that ours is a time to grieve beyond the human. Yet, Joshua Trey Barnett argues in this eloquent and urgent book, our capacity to grieve for more-than-human others is neither natural nor inevitable. Weaving together personal narratives, theoretical meditations, and insightful re…
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Through an original framework of literary sensory studies, Sensing the Sinophone: Urban Memoryscapes in Contemporary Fiction (Cambria, 2022) provides a comparative analysis of how six contemporary works of Sinophone fiction reimagine the links between the self and the city, the past and the present, as well as the physical and the imaginary. It exp…
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