The experiences of women worldwide are connected to our own.
In order to see this link we need to embark on a deconstruction journey to see how the international is personal and how the personal is, ultimately, political.
Womanhood and International Relations is a bi-weekly podcast created by Natalia Bonilla to explore the intersection of feminist theory from a personal to an international level.
The 8-episode podcast is set to create a bridge of knowledge between North and South.
In this first episode we explore:
A look on ecofeminism, climate change, wildfires in the Amazon and Greta Thunberg’s activism.
- 1:00 – An introduction to my life story and the reason why I decided to launch this podcast
- 7:00 – A brief on ecofeminism and how it paves the way for understanding current criticism to climate change and female activism
- 9:00 – Three main points on women and human’s relationship with nature
- 15:00 – Brazil, Bolsonaro and the Amazon
- 18:00 – Two concerns on Greta Thunberg’s activism
- 20:00 – Save the dates in your calendar
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Recommended links of this episode:
- Bolsonaro says criticism over Amazon interferes with Brazil’s sovereignty
- Amazon Fires: Follow the Money
- ‘Surrounded, afraid’: The indigenous guardians of Brazil’s Amazon
- The Misogyny of Climate Deniers
- Greta Thunberg backs climate general strike to force leaders to act
- Did deforestation in the Amazon contribute to Hurricane Dorian?
- Global Climate Strike
- UN Climate Change Summit
- Tertulia Internacionalista VII in Mexico City: International Peace Day
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