Nov 15: Live from Vienna – Café com Paulo Freire lunch

Welcome to the second gathering of the autumn series of Café com Paulo Freire – this time live from Vienna with Azril Bacal and guests! Join us live in the podcast studio here in CEMUS Library or online, or listen when you have the time.

For this second episode you are most welcome to CEMUS where we will provide coffee and tea, or if you are joining us online brew up your own coffee and put the kettle on. The episode will feature Azril Bacal and guests Walter Kohan and David Untersmayr, taking part in events at the Paulo Freire Zentrum in Austria, and Daniel Mossberg behind the microphones and controls here in Uppsala, welcome!

Read more about the Freirian week and and the symposium “Research and education in the spirit of Freire today – facing the multiple crisis”.

When: November 15 kl. 12.15-13.30 CET

Where: CEMUS Library, Geocentrum, Villavägen 16, see map here


Upcoming episodes: December 6 at 14.15-15.30

In collaboration with Studiefrämjandet, Litteraturcentrum and Núcleo de Estudos de Filosofias e Infâncias (Nefi) da Uerj – Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJR) (Center of Philosophies and Childhoods of the State University of Rio de Janeiro).

Walter Kohan, received his doctorate from Iberoamericana University, in Mexico City, in 1996. His mentor was Matthew Lipman. He did post-doctoral Studiesin Philosophy at the University of Paris. Dr. Kohan was a research fellow at EPCD, at the University of British Columbia, 2017-8. He has also been visiting professor at different universities in Italy, France, Argentina, Mexico and Chile.Since 2002, he has been a Full Professor of Philosophy of Education at the State University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Since 2000 he is a Senior Research member of the National Council of Scientiic and Technologic Development (CNPQ, Brazil) and of the Foundation of Support of Research of the State of Rio de Janeiro (FAPERJ, Brazil). Since 2003, he has been the Director of the Center of Studies in Philosophy and Childhood (State University of Rio de Janeiro).

David Untersmayr, is editor-in-chief of the online magazine and assistant at the Paulo Freire Center. A stay abroad at the University of Chile inspired him to study Paulo Freire’s thinking. After completing his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and teaching studies in Geography/History, he now studied the master’s degree in International Development at the University of Vienna, where he specializes in political ecology. A research fellowship for his master’s thesis took him back to Chile before he came to the Paulo Freire Zentrum in 2020 via an internship in 2020. In October 2021, he took over the office of Valentina Duelli.

Our first episode is published! Café com Paulo Freire – Learning, Life and Liberation – On the road with Freire into the urgent now. Listen below!

Café com Paulo Freire – Learning, Life and Liberation – podcast

Are you teacher in search of more inclusive and democratic ways to engage your students? Armchair digital activist looking for real-world change-making processes and community? Or just curious about the connection between coffee, student-led education, Freire and today’s interconnected emergencies? Then this is the podcast for you!

During the autumn 2021 in connection with the celebration of Paulo Freire’s 100th anniversary CEMUS started an online and Uppsala based Café com Paulo Freire series, inspired by the international concept with the same name and convened by Azril Bacal and Daniel Mossberg. Read more here:

From October 2023 we are back with Café com Paulo Freire as a recorded podcast where you can join us live in studio here in CEMUS Library or online, or listen when you want to!

Azril Bacal is CEMUS affiliate with a lifetime of experience and knowledge Paulo Freire, education, research and activism.

Daniel Mossberg is lead outreach coordinator at CEMUS with a wide range of firsthand experience of student-led education, universities work for and against sustainability and conversations on existential issues, big and small.