Episode One: Introduction
Keywords:strangers, decolonial, love, listening, home, not knowing, disaporic
In this introductory episode, Rajni Shah, Ria Righteous, and Julietta Singh reflect on their time working together towards what was originally planned as a symposium (also called how to think) and has (for) now been translated into this podcast.
The episode begins with an extract from a meditation led by Ria Righteous, followed by Julietta, then Ria, then Rajni reflecting on where they are situated and what’s present for each of them. The episode includes short narrations in which Rajni introduces some of the context for this conversation and the podcast as a whole. Most of the episode is composed of extracts from a reflective conversation in which Rajni, Julietta, and Ria touch on themes of home, grief, friendship, disaporic identities, listening, trust, and preparing for a pandemic world.
Performance Philosophy & Animals: Towards a Radical Equality. 2021. how to think [symposium]. Accessed 6 February 2021. https://www.performingradicalequality.com/how-to-think
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