NOBEL LAUREATE ORHAN PAMUK ON HIS NEW NOVEL, TURKISH CENSORSHIP, AND TWITTER
"After I won the Nobel Prize, my life didn't get easier." Orhan Pamuk discusses his 12th novel 'A Strangeness in My Mind' and reflects on becoming the lightning rod for the government's crackdown on free speech.
A RADICAL REDO FOR ‘MADAMA BUTTERFLY’ — TO SAVE IT?
New York Times
In a radically revised and trimmed version of Puccini’s classic, Heartbeat Opera tries to address the Asian stereotypes the work helped perpetuate.
MAKING THE MOST OF A DISAPPEARING SPACE: FAIR TRADE FOR PALESTINIAN FARMERS
Nasser Abufarha established the Palestine Fair Trade Association and developed the first internationally recognized standard for fair trade olive oil. He joined our podcast to talk about fair trade and what it means for Palestinian farming.