Moving Together to Reclaim and Resist: Podcast and Podcast Transcript
After the onset of COVID 19 during the spring of 2020, members of the Canadian Association for Theatre Research’s Moving Together to Reclaim and Resist working group—led by Jenn Cole and Melissa Poll—created a podcast episode featuring individual embodied land engagements. In it, contributors from across Turtle Island affirm the territories they occupy by combining personal reflections with vivid ambient audio. This experiential archive chronicles how territories speak and how we, from our unique and intersecting positions, aspire to offer our respect in response.
We encourage you to experience the podcast in motion, situating yourself in relation to the land you occupy.
Podcast contributors are: Kelsey Blair, Julie Burelle, Jill Carter, Jenn Cole, Selena Couture, Alana Gerecke, Virginie Magnat, Elan Marchinko, Melissa Poll, Kimberly Richards, and Ken Wilson.
Thank you to our sound engineer, Sterling Oliver.
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