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*** Radio Aula Mundi (the station where no languages and all languages are spoken) … A multilingual mix of music, poetry, lectures, languages, interviews, documentaries, recipes, and a lot more, co-produced with the students of the ‘Aula Mundi International Cultural Center’ … *** Radio Aula Mundi (la estación donde se hablan ningún idioma y todos los idiomas) … Un mix multilingüe de música, poesía, conferencias, idiomas, entrevistas, documentales, recetas, y mucho más, coproducido con los al ...
 
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Annette Frost is the director of the Favorite Poem Project, an organization in Boston that promotes poetry as an educational tool for Americans. She teaches creative writing at Boston University. As a poet, she is working on a collection about immigration as a central theme. --- https://www.favoritepoem.org/ https://eunoiareview.wordpress.com/tag/a…
 
Hoda Khamosh is a writer, journalist, poet, and activist. She was born in Iran, but moved back to Afghanistan with her parents where she lived until August, 2021, when she had to flee her home country shortly after the Taliban had taken over. Here, she speaks in Persian to Radio Aula Mundi from her host country, Norway. Due to her activism for wome…
 
Steve Delisi and Gabe Palomo, of the Thin Cherries, discuss their most recent and upcoming experiences hanging out at some of their favorite spots and cultural venues in Chicago. The Thin Cherries is a Chicago psychedelic rock band founded by Steven Delisi (formerly of Phenomenal Cat) and Mark Lofgren (of The Luck of Eden Hall). They are joined by …
 
In this clip, Shane Parish, a guitarist, composer, and educator, discusses his favorite children's song and spontaneously arranges a guitar version of it... Shane Parish devotes much of his time to developing his singular and expressive voice on the guitar. He is a self-taught musician who communicates through emotion, unexpected melodicism, techni…
 
Dr. Dorothy M. Peteet is a Senior Research Scientist at NASA/Goddard Institute for Space Studies and Adjunct Professor, Columbia University. She directs the Paleoecology Division of the New Core Lab at Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia and in collaboration with GISS climate modelers and LDEO geochemists is studying the Late Pleistocene a…
 
DJ Schmolli is a musician from Eastern Austria. He has been in the DJ business for quite a few years years. His poignant shows have been appreciated worldwide. Here, he defines 'mashup', a style of electronic music which first appeared in the early 2000's. --- https://djschmolli.com/the-essential-dj-schmolli/ https://www.mashuptown.com/2006/12/dj_s…
 
In this clip, Roberto Díaz Abraham talks about three different ways of visiting the Underwater Museum in Cancún, Mexico. They include snorkeling, sightseeing from a tour boat with a glass bottom, and scuba diving. He also explains the effects of scuba diving and tourism on the underwater ecosystem especially the coral reefs in the Caribbean off the…
 
A chef in a former life, Jeff Miller now researches food and culture issues as well as traditional food production and preservation methods. Miller, coordinator of CSU’s Hospitality Management program, spent 20 years as a professional chef before becoming an award-winning instructor. He helped found the student-run Aspen Grille in the Lory Student …
 
Dr. Robyn McKenzie, a research fellow at the Centre for Digital Humanities Research at The Australian National University in Canberra, has worked closely with the Yolngu community of Yirrkala in North-East Arnhem Land, and she reconnected them with a collection of 192 mounted string figures made there in 1948 that is in the Australian Museum in Syd…
 
Yesenia Prieto is the third generation piñata maker and visionary behind LA Piñata Design Studio. She began piñata making in South Los Angeles as a small time trade and quickly harnessed her artistic skill and entrepreneurial spirit to manage larger than life installation projects for companies and museums such as LACMA, Microsoft, Google, and even…
 
Greg Jacobs is an award-winning filmmaker, director, and one of the co-founders of Siskel/Jacobs Productions, a Chicago-based documentary production company that seeks to tell compelling stories with integrity, complexity, emotion, and humor. His most recent documentary, 'The Road Up', co-directed with Jon Siskel, follows four participants in Cara,…
 
Poet and essayist KC Trommer is the author of the award-winning poetry collection 'We Call Them Beautiful' (Diode Editions, 2019) and the chapbook 'The Hasp Tongue' (dancing girl press, 2014). She is the founder of the online audio project QUEENSBOUND. She is 2021 poet in residence at Works on Water on Governors Island and was a 2021 Lower Manhatta…
 
Born and raised in Madrid, Spain, jazz pianist and composer Marta Sánchez is actively working in the contemporary creative music scene in New York City and around the globe. She has received many prestigious awards, and her albums have received critical accolades, including in the New York Times. Here, she reads a Spanish translation of a poem writ…
 
Phil Freeman is a journalist, author, digital marketer, and social media professional. His most recent book, published in January 2022, is 'Ugly Beauty, Jazz In The 21st Century'. He is the co-creator of Burning Ambulance, a “media empire” that encompasses a website, a podcast, and a record label. In this clip, he reads the poem 'Weary Blues', by L…
 
Angie Trudell Vasquez is the current Poet Laureate of the city of Madison, Wisconsin (2020 - 2024). She is a poet, writer, performer, and activist. Her most recent book, 'My People Redux' was released at Finishing Line Press in 2022. As a third and second generation Mexican American, she is still trying to understand her indigenous roots. In this s…
 
Professor Hrvoje Tkalčić is the Head of Seismology and Mathematical Geophysics of the Research School of Earth Sciences at the Australian National University in Canberra. He uses seismology and mathematical geophysics as tools to understand the internal workings of our planet, like an internal telescope which allows us to have a better idea of Eart…
 
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