46: The Belt and Road from Outer Space to Underground with Julie Klinger
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On this episode Juliet and Erik speak with Dr. Julie Klinger about her research that smartly connects the seemingly disparate topics of geological surveying, Chinese domestic environmental and social movements, international infrastructure investments and China-Africa space cooperation. It's a fascinating discussion that you certainly don't want to miss!   Julie Klinger is an Assistant Professor in the University of Delaware’s Department of Geography & Spatial Sciences. She is associate director of the Minerals, Materials, and Society Program at U Delaware and co-facilitates the Embodiment Lab. Here are this week's recommendations! Juliet: 1) Hunger Games film, 2012 (significance of the three-finger salute) 2) Timothy McLaughlin's Atlantic articles discussing Myanmar Erik: 1) Pekingology podcast, CSIS 2) Punisher, Phoebe Bridgers (especially the song aptly named Chinese Satellite), 2020 Julie: 1) Alie Ward's Ologies Podcast 2) The Disordered Cosmos: A Journey Into Dark Matter, Spacetime, and Dreams Deferred, Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, 2021 3) Intimate Geopolitics: Love, Territory, and the Future on India's Northern Threshold, Sara Smith, 2020
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