Cultural Studies Podcast

Podcast: "Everything is Connected" with Sheila Watt-Cloutier

Podcast: "Everything is Connected" with Sheila Watt-Cloutier

The ninth episode of the Cultural Studies Podcast features an interview with Sheila Watt-Cloutier conducted by Christine Rosenfeld. They discuss discuss some ways to highlight the cultural and human dimensions of climate change, the value of understanding climate change as an issue of collective human rights, and what will be lost if decisive action is not taken immediately.

Podcast: "Just Urban Futures" with Ashley Dawson

Podcast: "Just Urban Futures" with Ashley Dawson

The eigth episode of the Cultural Studies Podcast features an interview with Ashley Dawson by Eric Ross. They discuss urban climate adaptation, loss, and damage; the role of the state in addressing climate change; and the politics of the Green New Deal and other significant political moments focused on mitigation and adaptation.

Podcast: "Planning the Good Anthropocene" with Leigh Phillips

Podcast: "Planning the Good Anthropocene" with Leigh Phillips

The sixth episode of the Cultural Studies Podcast features an interview with Leigh Phillips by Todd Stafford. They discuss Phillips's argument for a more democratic approach to planning and the control of social institutions in order to generate efficacious solutions to the climate crisis.

Podcast: "Greenwashing Culture" with Toby Miller

Podcast: "Greenwashing Culture" with Toby Miller

In the fifth episode of the "Capitalism, Climate, and Culture" podcast series from GMU Cultural Studies, Pavithra Suresh talks with Toby Miller about the relationship between corporate and culture industries and the environment.