Gagarin, the Eurozine podcast
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In the second instalment of the special edition Eurozine podcast series, produced by Talk Eastern Europe, Eurozine editor-in-chief Réka Kinga Papp talks media models old and new with Rachael Jolley, editor of Index on Censorship and philosopher Miriam Rasch of the Institute of Network Cultures.
The podcast was recorded in November 2019 at the 30th European Meeting of Cultural Journals.
Find the first part of the special edition podcasts here:
Published 9 March 2020
Original in English
First published by Eurozine
© Rachael Jolley / Réka Kinga Papp / Miriam Rasch / Eurozine / New Eastern EuropePDF/PRINT
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