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EuroStorie Podcast

16 EpisodesProduced by EuroStorieWebsite

The EuroStorie Podcast presents you with fresh and intriguing perspectives on European issues. In every episode we interview one specialist and focus on a certain topic related to Europe, its history, people, problems, institutions and futures.

16 Episodes | 2020 - 2022

Sovereignty, Time, and the Death of Empire in Europe

November 25th, 2022


In the last episode of this EuroStorie Podcast season, we get to talk with Natasha Wheatley about the relationship between law, time, and the state. How do we understand a sovereign state as being both a ”timeless” as …

What is biopolitics?

November 11th, 2022


In this episode of the EuroStorie Podcast, we get to know Marco Piasentier, the new team leader of Subproject 2, Discovering the Limits of Reason – Europe and the Crisis of Universalism, who helps us unpack the concept …

Legal Imagination and the History of International Power

October 25th, 2022


In this episode of the EuroStorie Podcast we talk to Martti Koskenniemi about legal imagination and how it relates to the formation of international law as a discipline. Additionally, we discuss the different ways the …

Socialist Justice in the GDR

October 6th, 2022


In this first episode of the new EuroStorie Podcast season we dive into the history of East Germany, more specifically we tackle some of the narratives when trying to conceptualize “socialist justice” in the GDR. How …

What is Sustainability? An Anthropologist’s Guide to Culture and the Environment

November 2nd, 2021


Sustainability is a key goal in much contemporary social and political decision-making, from EU climate policy to the UN's Sustainable Development …

Vaccine Hesitancy, Health, and Human Rights

August 10th, 2021


The development and distribution of several effective vaccinations for Covid-19 means managing and living with the virus might finally be a tangible …

Is This Building European? Architecture, Europe and Empire

June 8th, 2021


What can architecture teach us about contemporary debates about national identity, Europe, and empire? Is early Roman architecture part of the legacy …

Visions of Europe! Politics and Identity at the Eurovision Song Contest

May 11th, 2021


The longest-running international televised event in the world, the Eurovision Song Contest is famous for dramatic key changes and fiercely competitive bloc-voting. But what does it have to do with European cooperation …

Belonging, Community and Solidarity: Queer Experiences of Migration

April 13th, 2021


In this episode, Ali Ali talks to us about his research on the themes of belonging, community and solidarity in the lives of exiles and migrants who …

European Disintegration?

March 9th, 2021


Is Differentiated Integration the Answer to Euroscepticism?

Differentiated integration is an important part of understanding how an ever-larger European Union copes (or fails to cope) with the diversity of interests and …

Striving for whiteness

November 26th, 2020


The Finnish labor market is predominantly white and discrimination based on someone's ethnicity or skin color is not a new phenomenon. Having studied …

Populism through a philosophical lens

October 13th, 2020


There seem to be as many definitions of populism as there are researchers of it. As a concept it is widely used in the current European politics and …

Looking away from Europe

September 18th, 2020


What if we for a change did not focus on Europe as the center of attention? What comes after Europe, what kinds of other geographical powers affect …

Liberties versus restrictions

August 26th, 2020


In this episode, scholar Timo Miettinen offers some perspectives for understanding the balancing between individual liberties versus restrictions …

The many faces of migration

August 5th, 2020


In the second episode, we discuss migration, refugee knowledge and European border control with Dr. Magdalena Kmak, the team leader of subproject 3 …

Europe, its hopes and fears

June 26th, 2020


In the very first episode of the EuroStorie Podcast, we, together with Dr. Kaius Tuori, already tackle some big current questions: How can the previous European crises help us navigate the most recent one, the COVID-19 …

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