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 her own words,
“Since I began my #journalism career in #PuertoRico, I had a line of professors, editors and colleagues tell me often that “nobody cared” about international news in the island and that a woman was “crazy” for dreaming to report the world.
Ten years later, after working for several international media outlets reporting gender and conflict stories in more than 12 countries, I am not set now to prove no one wrong.
I am set to use my voice, my knowledge and experience for the greater good.
How so? Doing what I do best: asking questions and inviting you to do the same.
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.
I look forward to connect with you on a deeper level no matter where you are in the world.
Let’s explore our humanity together. ”