Episode 4.30 Thinking Intergenerationally Toward a Future with Eugenia Zuroski

In this, the final episode of Secret Feminist Agenda, I sat down with Eugenia Zuroski to talk about hope, planifestos, collectivity, mentorship, and where we know from. As far as final conversations go, this one felt absolutely perfect. Here are some links!

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The podcast theme song is “Mesh Shirt” by Mom Jeans off their album “Chub Rub.” Listen to the whole album here or learn more about them here. Gena’s theme song was “Head Over Heels” by the The Go-Go’s.

Secret Feminist Agenda is recorded and produced by Hannah McGregor on the traditional and unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.

2 thoughts on “Episode 4.30 Thinking Intergenerationally Toward a Future with Eugenia Zuroski

  1. Speaking as a non-academic (well, semi-recovering), cisgender, heterosexual, White, American man (so, not quite the target audience), I’d like to thank everyone involved for one of the few podcasts I’ve consistently looked forward to listening to. It’s been great hearing perspectives that aren’t ordinarily in front of me, not to mention a decent guide to where I need to make sure I’m not complicit in the power structures we all know and loathe. It’ll be missed (the podcast, not the power structures), and I hope that the feed is used to announce whatever projects spin out of this.

    On avoiding being the academic that talks about technology but can’t get it to cooperate, the advice I can give from my local adult-ed “intro to computers” days is to always have a story ready to go when you start the transition. If everything works fine, you’re a master of pacing for having a narrative that bridges to whatever you were going to show. If things go badly, then you can more easily vamp for time, and call back to the shaggy dog story, later.

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