The Indian Ocean World Podcast

By Indian Ocean World Centre

With hosts Renée Manderville, Archisman Chaudhuri, and Philip Gooding, the Indian Ocean World Podcast seeks to educate and inform its listeners on a plethora of topics concerning the binary relationship between human and environmental developments throughout the history of the Indian Ocean World. Based out of the Indian Ocean World Centre, a research centre affiliated with the McGill University history department and under the direction of Dr. Gwyn Campbell, the Indian Ocean World Podcast is part of the Appraising Risk Partnership, an international collaboration of scholars and researchers dedicated to exploring the critical role of climactic crisis in the past and future of the Indian Ocean World. With generous support from the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, the partnership seeks to create a comprehensive spatial and temporal database of human-environment interaction and interdependence during periods of climactic change.

  1. 1.
    Recovery with dignity in South Asia (Singh and Few)
    39:38
  2. 2.
    Vulnerability, Adaptation, and Maladaptation to Climate Change (Schipper)
    46:02
  3. 3.
    Coastal Shipping of Tokugawa Japan (Arch)
    44:57
  4. 4.
    Consuming Ivory (Kelly)
    40:35
  5. 5.
    Gone to Ground (Brownell)
    42:58
  6. 6.
    Tigers, Tiger Food, and Mental Health in the Sundarbans (Jalais)
    40:10
  7. 7.
    Indonesia's Peatlands and Environmental Politics (Goldstein)
    48:42
  8. 8.
    Ocean Cultures and Heritage (Boswell)
    38:15
  1. 9.
    Contextualizing Environmental Contingencies (Emre Günaydi)
    26:58
  2. 10.
    The Travels of Robert Lyall (Campbell)
    31:32
  3. 11.
    A Genealogy of Terrorism (McQuade)
    42:57
  4. 12.
    Maritime Disasters, Risk Appraisals, and Exchanges of Medicinal Knowledge in Maritime East Asia (Schottenhammer)
    34:10
  5. 13.
    Tang-Song Transition Era Maritime Activities in East and Southeast Asia (Xu Zhexin)
    25:37
  6. 14.
    Hortus Malabaricus: Dutch East India Company (VOC) and the Production of Natural History Knowledge in Malabar (1678-1693) (Muralidharan)
    25:06
  7. 15.
    ‘Becoming Traditional’: A Transnational History of Neem and Biopiracy Discourses (Winterbottom)
    34:33
  8. 16.
    Managing the Hazards of Yemen’s Natural Environment (Kuehn)
    28:42
  9. 17.
    Imperial Mecca (Low)
    36:07
  10. 18.
    Animal diseases as threats to state power in the SRSR (Serels)
    36:48
  11. 19.
    Animal Ascension (Ondaatje)
    34:42
  12. 20.
    Animal Intimacies: Interspecies Relatedness in India's Central Himalayas (Govindrajan)
    48:21
  13. 21.
    Animal Trade Histories in the Indian Ocean World (Chaiklin and Gooding)
    19:51
  14. 22.
    Land Cover and Freshwater Fish in Madagascar (Kalacska and Lucanus)
    36:18
  15. 23.
    Colonial Monocrops and Global Climatic Oscillations in the Philippines (Warren)
    54:58
  16. 24.
    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Disaster Management (Tomaszewski)
    50:03
  17. 25.
    Land Rights and Conflict (Unruh)
    38:20
  18. 26.
    Empire and Ecology in the Bengal Delta (Bhattacharyya)
    34:08
  19. 27.
    Climatic history of late seventeenth century Coromandel and the VOC sources (Chaudhuri)
    22:48
  20. 28.
    Tsetse Flies, ENSO, and Murder (Gooding)
    26:53
  21. 29.
    Key Works in Indian Ocean World Studies
    26:10
  22. 30.
    Human-Environment Interaction
    12:26
  23. 31.
    IOW at a Glance: Conflict and Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen (Unruh)
    36:58
  24. 32.
    Introduction to the Indian Ocean World Podcast
    13:44

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