From denialism during the pandemic to the emerging content creator economy, Argentinian journalist and Youtuber Ivana Szerman describes the social and digital landscape Argentina is experiencing after the pandemic. This video column is part of our series on Reimagining Latin America After the Pandemic: Media, Culture and Democracy Ivana Szerman […]Read More
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From the increasing economic disparities in Colombia, to the need of a new solidarity as means of becoming better people after the pandemic, Colombian Journalist and Youtuber María Paulina Baena exposes the socioeconomic reality that her country and Latin America face after the Covid-19 pandemic. This video column is part […]Read More
In this video column, José Zamora, a Guatemalan journalist, chief communications and impact officer at Exile Content Studios, highlights how the government of President Giammattei exploited the COVID-19 crisis to establish and promote an authoritarian political system that suppresses critical voices. Zamora further emphasizes the role of journalism in empowering […]Read More
From the militarization of the citizens to socially committed art, Mexican artist and professor Adela Goldbard helps us understand Mexico’s situation and challenges after the pandemic. This video column is part of our series on Reimagining Latin America After the Pandemic. Adela Goldbard is an interdisciplinary artist/educator/scholar from Mexico City. […]Read More
From the illusion of Chile being a role model to the new forms of media emerging in the country, Chilean journalist and professor Sebastián Valenzuela describes the political landscape Chile is experiencing after the pandemic. This video column is part of Polivision’s series on Reimagining Latin America After the Pandemic. […]Read More
Polivision, the School of Modern Languages at Georgia Tech, and the Atlanta Global Studies Center present “Reimagining Latin(o) America in the Pandemic: Media, Culture, and Democracy,” a series of video presentations/interviews with public intellectuals, journalists, politicians, and cultural producers of the region who have covered and/or addressed the crisis in […]Read More