The US Modernist Radio is hosted by George Smart and Frank King under the auspices of the non-profit preservation and education organization North Carolina Modernist Houses. The show features lively talks with critics, preservationists, homeowners, and architects interested or involved with Modernist architecture. The show does not claim to being academic, but instead aspires to be funny, irreverent, informative, and accessible.
The Archispeak podcast, hosted by Evan Troxel, Neal Pann, and Cormac Phalen, is an every-other-week show about architecture as a profession. The hour-long show features interviews with architects about a variety of topics. Listeners may like to start with the episode on A Day in the Life.
The Vertical City podcast features weekly interviews with experts and scholars about vertical architecture, urban planning, energy, agriculture, and green living. The show comes out of the Verticual City project, a not-for-profit organization that advocates for vertical cities as a solution to a more sustainable future. The podcast is hosted by Lennon Richardson, marketing coordinator for Vertical City.
This weekly podcast, hosted by Russell Manthy, managing director of IA Interior Architects' Houston office, offers an insider's look inside a working architecture firm. Issues discussed include design, strategy, culture, and sustainability. The show features discussions and interviews with architects, designers, and strategists.
Architects Laura Davis and Larry Paschall of HPD Architecture have been sharing their thoughts and tips on architecture, geared for clients and architects, in this conversational twice monthly podcast since 2009.
This podcast features one professor--Dr. Macia Chatelain, Associate Professor of History and African American Studies at Georgetown University--and one student having conversations about "things we don't talk about in class." Produced by Dr. Macia Chatelain and Alex Tyson.
Monthly roundtable conversation with current PhD researchers about topics in Modernist studies.
From the podcast website: "The Modernist Podcast is a platform for PhD researchers to share their research with the wider scholarly community. It is informal yet academic, fun, thought provoking and fresh. We want to bring academic discussion beyond the page and out from within the walls of the conference, into the airwaves and across digital media."
The schedule of topics and guests for 2017 is here.
Resource:Apollon journal full print run facsimile; audio recordings from the centennial conference on Apollon held at the Pushkin House November 9, 2009; edited volume of archival materials (ed. P.V. Dmitriev); and 1967 dissertation on Apollon and Russian Modernism by Denis Mickiewicz
Description: Digital collection of 144 books by Russian Futurists artists and poets like David Burliuk, Natal'ia Goncharova, Elena Guro, Aleksei Kruchenykh, Kazimir Malevich, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Velimir Khlebnikov, and others.
Type of resource: Digitized books
Years: 144 books mostly from the 1910s-1920s, with a few examples after 1930
Format: Available to view in a native viewer, with individual pages available for download as .jpg files
Description: Soviet illustrated monthly magazine for amateur and professional photographers and film-makers published by the USSR Union of Journalists. The magazine published both Soviet and international photographers, as well as articles on photographic theory, practice, and history.
The Way of Improvement Leads Home is a biweekly discussion dedicated to American history, historical thinking, and the role of history in our everyday lives. It is co-hosted by award-winning author and historian John Fea and his former student Drew Dyrli Hermeling. Each episode a guest joins them to discuss the relevance of historical thinking within their work.