Podcast Speakers

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Dr Alfonso Del Percio, Lecturer at University College London, Institute of Education

Chihab

Dr Chihab El Khachab of the University of Oxford

Joanna Gilar

Dr Joanna Gilar, Community storyteller and founder of ‘The Giant’s Garden’

Samantha

Ms Samantha Goodchild, Department of Linguistics, SOAS (University of London)

Alix Green

Dr Alix Green, Senior Lecturer in History (Public Engagement) and Impact Director for Department of History, University of Essex

Venetia

Dr Venetia Johannes of the University of Oxford

Pia Jolliffe

Dr Pia Maria Jolliffe, University of Oxford; Research Fellow, Blackfriars Hall; Teaching and Research Associate, Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies

Kamran

Dr Kamran Khan from the University of Lleida, in Catalonia, Spain and visitor at King’s College, London

Susan Larson

Dr Susan Larson, Educational Services Specialist for the U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion Minneapolis Battalion ESS

Niki

Dr Nicolette Makovicky, Area Studies department, University of Oxford

Constance

Mrs Constance Mbassi Manga, PhD student of linguistics at Lancaster University

Bob

Dr Robert Parkin, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford

Markus Prutsch

Dr Markus J. Prutsch, Principal Investigator and Administrator at the European Parliament, and Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary History, Heidelberg University

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Dr Ana Ranitovic, Research Analytics Policy Officer, University of Groningen
Co-founder/CEO, Campster

Chelsea

Dr Chelsea Robles, Research Specialist, Institute of International Education, New York

Rasmus
Mr Rasmus Rodineliussen, PhD at the department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University
Jamila
Dr Jamila Rodrigues, University of Birmingham (UK)

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Dr Kayla Rush, Adjunct Faculty in Sociology, Clark State Community College, Springfield, Ohio

Pete

Dr Pietro Antonio Sasso, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville

 

Luisa

Dr Luisa Schneider, Max Planck Institute (Halle, Germany)

Timothy

Dr Timothy Thurston of the Smithsonian Institution

Miriam

Ms Miriam Weidl, Centre for Cultural, Literary and Postcolonial Studies (CCLPS), SOAS (London)

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Ellen Wiles, University of Stirling, author of ‘The Invisible Crowd’ (HarperCollins, 2017)