New Philosophers Zone Episode

Chronomobilities

Going from one country to another is mostly thought of as a movement in space – a change of one physical location for another. But migration can also make profound changes in the everyday experience of time, and this is especially acute in cases where migration status is uncertain – on a temporary visa, say, or in immigration detention. This week we’re talking about “chronomobilities”, and what happens to cultural, social and political time when people cross borders as migrants.

Listen https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/philosopherszone/chronomobilities/13319422

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