May 31, 2016
Having spent several years in direct contact with the Comunidad de Paz in San Jose de Apartado (a very isolated yet violence-afflicted community) in northern Colombia, academic Gwen Burnyeat teamed up with Pablo Mejia Trujillo to make a documentary about the people, their suffering and now a feeling of hope for...
May 24, 2016
Mixing things up a little, this week we sit down with Anthony
Patrick LaRose, associate professor of criminology at the
University of Tampa, and talk about his work of fiction, Cathedral
of Salt (available on Amazon: http://goo.gl/dzF29Z)
"Fighting depression and alcoholism, the FBI agent must evoke all of his former...
May 17, 2016
As the Director of www.tropicomedia.org, Federico Pardo holds a BS in Biology and a MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking from Montana State University. He has documented scientific expeditions in Ecuador, Perú, Mozambique and throughout Colombia. Federico’s work has been showcased by National Geographic,...
May 10, 2016
Spoontano is an online platform that enables you to meet other
open-minded young professionals with different backgrounds and the
Bogota chapter is hosted by the friendly local Danny Barragan who
joins us here on Colombia Calling.
In Episode 138 we sit down with Danny in one of Bogota's new cafes and mull over what it...
May 3, 2016
This week in Episode 137 we strike out with Colombia Calling and take a serious turn and talk to Roxanne Krystalli in Boston. Krystalli is a researcher and humanitarian practitioner with an interest in questions arriving at the intersection of gender, violence, armed conflict, and victimhood based at...