An Italian and English bilingual podcast about personal stories of transit as told by the in-betweeners: people who live in between different countries, languages, cultures and identities exploring what it means to find a place to call home - with Donatella Caggiano. Publishing monthly on Tuesdays.
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Welcome to our episode finale of this season of The Design of Return podcast. more
What does food, and in particular, bread, activate for us in our experience of placemaking? more
Bentornatə. Il settimo episodio di The Design of Return podcast è la storia di chi dal Sud Italia se n’è andata, ma ha trovato un modo per tornare da in-betweener. more
Mi sono avvicinato quasi per caso a questo podcast su consiglio di una collega. more
A probing but yet soft at the edges conversation on what it means to be human, what it means to resolve how we leave and how we return to the constant edges of our daily lives. Stunning in its research, artistry of non-fiction woven in with the experiential wisdom of every speaker. As a life long immigrant, this is all for those who feel lost and love to wander and want to find community in those who are in-between.
Super curiosa di ascoltare i prossimi episodi! more
As an in-betweener myself, having lived and moved in many countries, this podcast is touching topics that are very close to me. Very interesting insights and great quality. Looking forward to the next episodes.
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The Design of Return launched 2 years ago and published 11 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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