BONUS: Entitlement

In this bonus episode, Klara explores her uncomfortable feelings about overstepping boundaries of what is okay and not, and the complicated process of defining who is entitled to something.

Host: Klara Eriksson

This season is part of my capstone project for a Bachelor of Arts at Minerva Schools at KGI. Thanks to Professor Grace Woods-Puckett, my advisor, for her invaluable feedback and support. Thanks to Nikesh Shrestha for helping me with social media, and to Barbara, my roommate, for not disturbing me in the bathroom.



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Boissoneault, Lorraine. “The True Story Of The Koh-I-Noor Diamond—And Why The British Won’T Give It Back”. Smithsonian, 2017.

“Egyptian Museum Calls For Rosetta Stone To Be Returned From UK After 200 Years”. The Telegraph, 2018.

Kelman, Herbert C. “Nationalism, Patriotism, And National Identity: Social-Psychological Dimensions”. In Patriotism: In The Lives Of Individuals And Nations, 165-189. Daniel Bar-Tal and Ervin Staub. Chicago: Nelson-Hall Publishers, 1997.

“What Does The Rosetta Stone Say?”. Encyclopedia Britannica. Accessed 11 December 2019.

Music and Videos

Daniel Deuschle, “From The Dust,” From The Dust, Musicbed, online.

Dexter Britain, “Hands Through The Grass,” Same Old Moments, Musicbed, online.

Kashif Khan. “Jon Oliver on India’s demand to get the Koh-e-Noor diamond back.” YouTube video, 3:12. Feb 10, 2017.

NDTV. “Any visit by Narendra Modi will be very special: Britain’s Deputy PM Nick Clegg to NDTV.” YouTube video, 11:57. Jul 23, 2014.

Saint Mesa, “Murky – Instrumental,” M, Musicbed, online.

Slow Meadow, “Liminal Animal,” Liminal Animal, Musicbed, online.

Stephen Johnson-Tseu. “FITZENHAGEN Ave Maria · Cello Quartet.” YouTube video, 5:55. Jan 8, 2019.

The Siege, “Right Now – Instrumental,” Duality, Musicbed, online.

The Siege, “Take It – Instrumental,” Take It, Musicbed, online.

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