Hannah Sturgis Podcasts

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

4 episodes of Hannah Sturgis Podcasts since the first episode, which aired on September 29th, 2020.

  • 4: In Good Time: Nostalgia

    June 4th, 2021  |  30 mins 53 secs

    In the first episode of the In Good Time Podcast, Hannah discusses nostalgia, her Tumblr teenage years and why we yearn for the past along with her friend, anthropologist Ariel Santikarma.

  • 3: Getting Into It: The Military Coup In Myanmar

    April 20th, 2021  |  6 mins 58 secs

    On this episode of Getting Into It, Hannah speaks with GW student Bawi Par about her experience as a political refugee from Myanmar and what it is like watching the country in a military coup today. They discuss how the country is protesting, how they got here and what Bawi is hopeful for in the future. Along the way, Dr. Christina Fink also provides her expertise on how the internet is being used by both the protesters and government to gain support.

  • 2: Getting Into It: The Movement for Reparations in the U.S.

    April 20th, 2021  |  6 mins 58 secs

    On this episode of Getting Into It, Hannah takes a deep dive into the movement for reparations for descendants of enslaved people in the U.S. to understand why a broken promise from over 150 years ago still is affecting the lives of African Americans today. The case for reparations has been mounted many times over the last few decades but as members of the movement fight for the passage of HR 40, progress seems to be on the horizon to figure out what distributing reparations would look like. Along the way, experts share their knowledge of economic justice, why it matters so much today and where this movement is headed next.

  • Maybe It's Because You're A Londoner (Gilman Follow-On Service Project)

    September 29th, 2020  |  17 mins 48 secs

    In this episode, Gilman Scholar Hannah Sturgis discusses her time studying abroad in London, what the story of London is and how it was all made possible by the Gilman Scholarship