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About Radio Heteroglossia

Featuring academic conversations on social issues, Radio Heteroglossia aims at fostering communication among social scientists researching similar thematic trends cross-culturally. It also seeks to make such scholarly perspectives available to broader publics including but not limited to the academia.

Each interview focuses on
an specific article, book, film or documentary produced by a scholar in the Social Sciences and Humanities. Radio Heteroglossia also welcomes discussions with other professionals whose work has a social impact, and of other scholarly works produced in different formats and genres.
 

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April 2018

OTHER FORMS OF KNOWLEDGE AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN OUR SOCIETIES: LESSONS FROM CHILE (transl.)

​Dr. Francisca Márquez, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile
November 2017

THE SOCIAL & THE INDIVIDUAL : RETHINKING THE SOCIAL NORM OF SILENCE INFORMING PARENTING IN MPUMALANGA, SOUTH AFRICA

​Dr. Mzikazi Nduna, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
August 2017

PEACEBUILDING AND THE CREATIVE POTENTIAL OF CHILDREN IN COLOMBIA (transl.)

Profs. María Camila Ospina Alvarado, Fundación CINDE - Universidad de Manizales & David Arturo Ospina Ramírez, Universidad Católica de Manizales, Colombia
July 2017

THE PEOPLE AND CHÁVEZ IN VENEZUELA

​Dr. George Ciccariello-Maher, Drexel University, United States
April 2018

OTHER FORMS OF KNOWLEDGE AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN OUR SOCIETIES: LESSONS FROM CHILE (transl.)

​Dr. Francisca Márquez, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile
November 2017

THE SOCIAL & THE INDIVIDUAL : RETHINKING THE SOCIAL NORM OF SILENCE INFORMING PARENTING IN MPUMALANGA, SOUTH AFRICA

​Dr. Mzikazi Nduna, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
August 2017

PEACEBUILDING AND THE CREATIVE POTENTIAL OF CHILDREN IN COLOMBIA (transl.)

Profs. María Camila Ospina Alvarado, Fundación CINDE - Universidad de Manizales & David Arturo Ospina Ramírez, Universidad Católica de Manizales, Colombia
July 2017

THE PEOPLE AND CHÁVEZ IN VENEZUELA

​Dr. George Ciccariello-Maher, Drexel University, United States