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Trópico en Manhattan

Indoor Voices

Release Date: 02/20/2020

Episode 75: For the love and respect of animals show art Episode 75: For the love and respect of animals

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A visit to the and conversations with its co-founder, Bill Crain (CCNY Psychology), and animal advocate Daisy Dominguez (CCNY Library). 

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Episode 74: Seeing Rape show art Episode 74: Seeing Rape

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A conversation with the producer and director and two playwrights of John Jay College's 2022 production of .

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Nicole Treska on Wonderland show art Nicole Treska on Wonderland

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Nicole Treska (CCNY alum and adjunct professor) talks with Michelle Valladares (CCNY MFA Creative Writing director) about her forthcoming memoir, Wonderland (Simon & Schuster, Fall 2023).

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Episode 72: David Munns on living in space show art Episode 72: David Munns on living in space

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John Jay College Associate Professor of History David Munns talks about his co-authored book, with Richard Relkin, John Jay’s Director of Media Relations. Visit us at  

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Episode 71: Student & professor talk about language show art Episode 71: Student & professor talk about language

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Dr. Rebecca Shapiro is an Associate Professor of English and Linguistics in the English Department at New York City College of Technology and the author of . She talks with former student Estephanie Montero about language learning. Visit us at .

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Episode 70: The intersection of art and social justice show art Episode 70: The intersection of art and social justice

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Cynthia Tobar, faculty librarian and head of archives at Bronx Community College, talks with Gregory Sholette and Chloë Bass about (SPCUNY), a unique pedagogical initiative that supports the integration of art with interdisciplinary research, community collaboration, environmental justice and urban studies.

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Episode 69: Molly Rosner on representations of history for children show art Episode 69: Molly Rosner on representations of history for children

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Kathleen talks with Molly Rosner, Director of Education Programs at the LaGuardia and Wagner Archives at LaGuardia Community College, about her book, Playing with History: American Identities and Children’s Consumer Culture.

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Episode 68: Daniel Vater's culinary journey show art Episode 68: Daniel Vater's culinary journey

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Claire Stewart, Associate Professor in the Hospitality Management Program at CUNY's New York City College of Technology, talks with former student and CUNY BA program alumnus, Daniel Vater, about his multi-faceted culinary career.

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Episode 67: Hannah Kavanagh, uncensored and uncut show art Episode 67: Hannah Kavanagh, uncensored and uncut

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Hannah Kavanagh, a [email protected] senior, talks with Kathleen about producing and hosting the first student-run podcast at CUNY, CUNY Uncut. Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for more.

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Episode 66: Bringing Vietnamese refugee stories to light show art Episode 66: Bringing Vietnamese refugee stories to light

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Khánh Lê (Queens College and the Graduate Center) talks with adjunct professor Julian Costa (NYC College of Technology) and Gabriel Da Silva (Pace University) about the book they’ve recently completed, What They Know: Reflections of Vietnam, a project originally started by Dr. Rebecca Dean in the 1980s. To learn more, visit Indoorvoicespodcast.com.

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Bret Maney, assistant professor in the English department at CUNY’s Lehman College and Cristina Perez Jimenez, assistant professor in English at Manhattan College, talk about the English translation of Guillermo Cotto-Thorner’s 1951 novel, Manhattan Tropics (Trópico en Manhattan), published by Arte Público Press.