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Gagarin, the Eurozine podcast

Gagarin, the Eurozine podcast

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We help you cut through the noise and make sense of things. Eurozine brings you diverse perspectives from throughout Europe and beyond.
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Eurozine editor Simon Garnett talks to Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins about Bellingcat’s pathbreaking investigations into the shooting down of MH17 and the Assad regime’s use of chemical weapons. We're particularly interested in hearing about Higgins’s experience with pro-Russian and pro-Syrian disinformation, and how Bellingcat navigates this hyper-partisan online terrain. The interview was published in Eurozine on 4 June 2020: https://www.eurozine.com/we-arent-just-telling-you-what-we-think-were-showing-you-what-we-know/ Gagarin, the Eurozine podcast is a series of conversations with authors and editors from throughout Europe and beyond. Our 90+ partners are journals, magazines and associates from Belgium to Belarus, from Norway to Bulgaria, publishing literature and analyzing politics, reflecting on culture and bringing diverse voices to a joint conversation. Please subscribe to the podcast and leave a review so that more people can find us. You can also subscribe to our weekly newsletter, so you’ll always know what’s worth thinking about:https://www.eurozine.com/newsletter/
What does dataism have to do with positivism, and how does friction help create resistance? Eurozine's editor-in-chief Réka Kinga Papp talks to philosopher Miriam Rasch of the Institute of Network Cultures, a member of the Eurozine Board of Editors, about her new essay 'Friction and the aesthetics of the smooth: ethics in times of dataism'. https://www.eurozine.com/friction-and-the-aesthetics-of-the-smooth/ This article is based on an excerpt from Miriam Rasch's latest book of the same title, published in Dutch May 2020. Gagarin, the Eurozine podcast is a series of conversations with authors and editors from our network of cultural journals from throughout Europe, and beyond. Eurozine is an online magazine and a network of 90+ partners: journals, magazines and associates, from Belgium to Belarus, from Norway to Bulgaria, publishing literature and analyzing politics, reflecting on culture and bringing diverse voices to a joint conversation. Please subscribe to the podcast and rate us on Soundcloud, Spotify, or wherever you found us, and leave a review if that’s something you’re into. You can also subscribe to our weekly newsletter, so you’ll always know what’s worth thinking about: https://www.eurozine.com/newsletter/
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