Digital Justice Fellow, Chesapeake Heartland: An African American Humanities Project
The Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience at Washington College invites applications for its full-time residential writing fellowship, which supports outstanding writing on American history a
This is a request for reviewers. We have a few podcast book titles that were published in the last year we'd like to review. If you are interested please let me know and I will match you with a title.
PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY - CFP FOR 2023 ICA PRECONFERENCE
20 Years of Podcasting: Mapping the Contours of Podcast Studies
Wednesday, May 24 and Thursday, May 25, 2023
Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University)
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWith the support of the International Communication Association (ICA) Popular Media & Culture Division and Media Industry Studies Interest Group.
Deadline for abstracts: Friday, December 2, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. GMT
Mark your calendars for the first big #podcaststudies conference happening as a part of the 2023 International Communication Association (ICA) conference in Toronto, Canda from May 24-25, 2023. The pre-conference will be hosted at Toronto Metropolitan University (previously called Ryerson University).
Our theme: 20 Years of Podcasting: Mapping the Contours of Podcast Studies
CFP Radio and Audio Media Area, PCA/ACA Annual Conference
April 5-8, 2023, San Antonio
The radio and audio media area provides a forum for scholars, practitioners, and artists of what Michelle Hilmes (2013) calls soundwork:“the entire complex of sound-based media that enters our experience through a variety of technologies and forms.” Its forms include, but are not limited to, journalism, narrative nonfiction, audio and radio drama, sports, podcasts, as well as films and TV adapted from radio or podcasts.
H-Podcast is currently looking for a new network editor to join its team! H-Podcast is a network that examines podcasting as a form, medium, system for content creation and delivery as well as a theory and movement. The network has produced several podcasts, hosts an index of podcasts, generates reviews and discussions, and provides relevant resources.
Hello everyone, I am sharing my podcast series titled "World of History" which is about historical issues and practices. The maiden episode is titled "A Case for Public History". You can listen by following this link:
Thank you very much.
Hey academics, professionals, and public scholars! The Zombified Podcast (https://www.zombified.org/) is hosting the third biennial Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting with the theme of Zeds, Drugs, and Rock n Roll. It's a great hybrid conference opportunity for interdisciplinary scholars looking to present work in a public-sci comm style.
Greetings all, I want to alert everyone that the Journal of American History published a state of the field piece at the link below. It is not a long piece, however it mostly concentrates on the most popular podcasts, there is some attempt to categorize them. I would like to see one of these academic pieces not centralize popularity in their analysis of podcasts and their worth to academic dialog. The point of podcasts at the beginning was that it was a media format anyone had access to (dare I say democratized?) and now it apes radio, only the number of subscribers matter.