A stranger is shrouded in mystery. Seen from inside the "fortress", it can be exotic, incomprehensible, even charming. His gaze can be more objective than the local's. But at times of crisis, this same stranger is seen by some as a threat to the known routine or even as a source of all evil.
Throughout history, regardless of where they come from or where they ended up, strangers have often become scapegoats. We might say that the stranger is a paragon of proximity and distance.
In the last episode of the Palianytsia Podcast, we try to unravel how the stranger next door really feels.
- Ibrahim Maalouf - Beirut (Intro & Extro)
- Sting - Englishman In New York
- Celelalte cuvinte - The moan fountain
- Aura Urziceanu - Sun Down
- Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers
- David Bowie - Love Is Lost
- Serhiy Zhadan & Dakhabrakha - Ptak
- dEUS - Hotellounge (Be the Death of Me)
- Dida Dragan - The Pyre
- Georg Simmel - The Stranger (Soziologie, 1908)
- "I never thought I'd be a refugee": Rosy's story
- Being a Stranger in a Second Language - Ahmed Nabaz Samad
- Ukraine – UK: A Year On
- A Year of War in Ukraine: How Renata started a new life in Romania
- Ukrainian children who fled to Europe struggle with psychological trauma
- Ilarie Voronca - A stranger at the city gate
- Gherasim Luca - Sometimes I just sit in front of a street light and whistle
- Sesto Pals - Where we met?