University of Toronto Scarborough and Roundhouse Radio, Canada
Simon Fraser University and Roundhouse Radio, Canada
In this short commentary, we dissect shrouded dialogues of complex negotiation that are produced and consumed in public media spheres. We explore the possibilities and limits of dialogue by investigating how the medium of radio creates a geographic space for us—a professor of geography, and CEO of a radiostation—to engage in more productive dialogical practices toward anti-colonial representations.
dialogue, discourse, epistemology, geographical knowledge