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सबसे अच्छा Swaddle पॉडकास्ट हम पा सकते हैं (अपडेट किया गया अगस्त 2020)
सबसे अच्छा Swaddle पॉडकास्ट हम पा सकते हैं
अपडेट किया गया अगस्त 2020
लाखों प्लेयर एफएम उपयोगकर्ताओं से जुड़े आज प्राप्त करने के लिए समाचार और जब भी आप चाहते हैं अंतर्दृष्टि, तब भी जब आप ऑफ़लाइन हों। पॉडकास्ट समजदार हुआ फ्री पॉडकास्ट एप्प के साथ जो समझोता करने से इंकार करता है। चलो चलाये!
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Prof. Rosemary Dzuvichu, scholar and activist, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, about the lack of understanding of indigenous cultures, the course of the women's movement in Nagaland, and feminist narratives in Naga literature.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
In the spirit of our collective struggle with setting emotional boundaries during this pandemic, we’re re-releasing an older episode. In this, we discuss the infamous ‘I’m at capacity’ meme, unconditional love, and limits to the emotional labour we should do for friends.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Mary John, Professor at the Centre for Women's Development Studies, New Delhi, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, about the relationship between feminism and the nation, the skewed sex ratio in India, and changing attitudes towards sexual violence.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Aliya Rao, sociologist at Singapore Management University is in conversation with Karla Bookman, founder-editor of The Swaddle, about how families in heterosexual setups view paid and unpaid work, and who does the emotional labour of dealing with unemployment in a family.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
In this week’s episode, the team discusses what Indian TV shows taught us about ideal ‘bahus,’ why young people can’t talk back to uncles and aunties, and how women end up bearing the burden of devotion to elders in families.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
In this week's episode, the team breaks down thirst comments, where to draw the line between objectification and compliments, and whether there can be such a thing as ethical flirting. Spoiler alert: We don't reach a consensus. At all.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Madhavi Menon, Professor of English at Ashoka University, is in conversation with Karla Bookman, founder-editor at The Swaddle, about the problems with categorising desire, and its varied manifestations in religious texts, cinema and popular culture.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Sarah Pinto, anthropologist at Tufts University, is in conversation with Karla Bookman, founder-editor of The Swaddle, about the links between women's societal position and the diagnosis and treatment of their mental illnesses, and the powerful counter-narratives of women's trauma in South Asian literature.…
 
In this week’s episode, the team breaks down how social media has changed public debate, whether our tone in calling people out matters, and if dunking on problematic people online brings down the level of discourse.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Mahuya Bandyopadhyay, an anthropologist whose research revolves around the sociology of prisons in India, speaks with us about the idea of imprisonment, human rights, and the linkages between violence within the prison system, and violence in society at large.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Harini Nagendra, ecologist and Professor of Sustainability at Azim Premji University, is in conversation with Karla Bookman, founder-editor of The Swaddle, about the need for re-imagining environmental sustainability, reframing the development versus environment binary, and creating more equal cities by fostering urban commons.…
 
Dr. Jeemol Unni, economist at Ahmedabad University, speaks to Karla Bookman, founder-editor at The Swaddle, about the impact that the jobs crisis will have on women in the formal and informal workforce, and what steps need to be taken to mitigate that impact.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Rajiv Khandelwal, co-founder of Aajeevika Bureau, has been working on ground for migrant labour rights for over 15 years now. In this podcast, he talks to Karla Bookman, founder-editor of The Swaddle, about the seasonal migrant worker at the centre of the crisis in India today -- what their conditions have been like historically, and what needs to …
 
Dr. Ashwin Balagopal, Associate Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University, who specialises in studying infectious disease, speaks with Karla Bookman, founder-editor at The Swaddle, about hydroxychloroquine, anti-body testing, herd immunity, and some of the biggest lessons learnt from public policy making thus far. And the way ahead.…
 
Dr. Vikram Patel, psychiatrist and professor, at Harvard Medical School, talks to Karla Bookman, founder-editor of The Swaddle, about the unique challenges India faces with regards to mental health during the pandemic, and possible solutions to grapple with the treatment gap in India.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
In this week's episode, pioneering trans rights activist Grace Banu and the director of Mariwala Health Initiative, Raj Mariwala join us to discuss who bears the responsibility for education about social justice, hierarchies within activist movements, and what reckoning with privilege and solidarity in these times actually entails.…
 
As protests in support of Black Lives Matter gained strength this week, some parts of the U.S. experienced looting and destruction. This raised questions about whether violence has a place in protest as a valid means of resistance for the marginalised. In this week's episode, we discuss the discourse around violent resistance we've heard in India, …
 
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