Hidden Grief

Hidden Grief is an interview podcast exploring grief experiences including and beyond death and dying. We speak to authors, artists, activists, thinkers, and everyday people to uncover the myriad of ways grief shows up in our lives.

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Episodes

The Cure for Sorrow

Wednesday Aug 04, 2021

Wednesday Aug 04, 2021

This week, we are taking a deep breath, literally and figuratively with our guest, artist, writer, and minister Jan Richardson. In this episode, Jan discusses her latest book Sparrow: A Book of Life and Death and Life in which she reflects on the death of her late husband, Gary. No matter what your week has been like, we encourage you to join us in taking a deep breath.

White Grief

Friday Jul 23, 2021

Friday Jul 23, 2021

This week Saran sits down with one of her favorite people, mentor Rev. Curtiss DeYoung. They discuss his work around racial justice, reconciliation, and reparations as well as his thoughts on white grief. This week’s episode is full of stories that will break your heart but also make you laugh a bit. You definitely want to stick around for this one!

The Melancholy of Race

Friday Jul 16, 2021

Friday Jul 16, 2021

This week, Saran sits down with one of her favorite scholars, Anne Anlin Cheng. They speak at length about racism against the AAPI community, the relationship between grief and unbelonging, the melancholy that comes with racialized embodiment, and the complex politics of assimilation. Anne Cheng is a Professor of English at Princeton University, and affiliated faculty in the Program in American Studies, the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, and the Committee on Film Studies. This is a conversation you do not want to miss!

Grief Nation

Friday Jul 09, 2021

Friday Jul 09, 2021

It’s impossible to visit Israel Palestine without seeing grief everywhere for so many reasons. In the wake of a recent round of violence in the region, Saran sits down with mentor and friend Atalia Omer to unpack various forms of grief present in that context. Atalia Omer is a professor of religion, conflict, and peace studies at the University of Notre Dame. In this episode, we discuss her latest book, Days of Awe: Reimagining Jewishness in Solidarity with Palestinians. If you’ve been longing for a conversation that tackles the issues in this region in depth, this is the episode for you!

The Rage Doctor

Friday Jul 02, 2021

Friday Jul 02, 2021

To kick off season one, Saran sits down with psychologist, teacher, writer and the curator behind the popular instagram account Decolonizing Therapy, Dr. Jennifer Mulan. Together they discuss the relationship between racial trauma, rage and grief. Dr. Mullan delves into the various reasons our society is more comfortable dealing with rage than grief and urges listeners to decolonize their relationship to rage. Get ready for a paradigm shift in your own relationship to rage and grief!

Welcome to Hidden Grief

Friday Feb 19, 2021

Friday Feb 19, 2021

Welcome to Hidden Grief, a podcast exploring grief experiences including and beyond death and dying. Our society has a much easier time dealing with grievances than they do with grief. Why? Because grief is not quantifiable, nor debatable. Grief is subjective - it is what you say it is - the pain in your life that won’t go away. Join us as we take a deep dive.

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