The CDTS Podcast

The CDTS Podcast

What are the links that bind humanity? How do we learn from the past? How do we learn from each other? The Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies explores these questions, and many others surrounding the theme of humanity. Anthropologist Kevin Lewis O'Neill presents this series of conversations with scholars — discussing their research, and how seemingly innocuous events can ripple into the complex dynamics of politics, culture and society.... Show More
November 15, 2018 27 min

How does the craft of hand-made, intricate, and individual couture design survive in a place, that is so often described for its mass production? In today's episode, we explore the couture fashion industry in the Philippines, and its relationship to the most powerful elites in Manila. Please join us for our conversation with Professor Denise Cruz, from the department of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Columbia.

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