The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Available on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and all the other familiar places. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at www.thefamiliarstrange.com.
Beyond Footnotes is a history-themed podcast on KPSU, sponsored by Portland State University’s Department of History, and currently run by history students, Lily Hart and Madelyn Miller. Beyond Footnotes features interviews with the talented faculty and students of PSU, as well as local historians. It provides a forum for them to share their work with each other and the community. The show was co-created and formerly hosted by Ryan Wisnor and Joshua Justice of Dive Audio
What happens to evidence after a criminal trial? Tamson and Olivia go looking for answers and find themselves in the shadow of one of the worst miscarriages of justice in Australian history. History Lab is an investigative history podcast produced by the Australian Centre for Public History in collaboration with 2SER 107.3. More information at https://historylab.net
In this podcast series, Robert Denning and James Fennessy of Southern New Hampshire University interview historians inside and outside academia to find out what they do with their lives. So far Rob and James have interviewed a presidential library archivist, elected government official, consultants, cultural resource managers, museum curators, doctoral students, and professors, among others.
The Plan is a weekly architecture and design talk show on Radio Adelaide 101.5fm. The show discusses all things architecture, environment and affect and gets a conversation going on integrated design issues and practices in and around Adelaide. Weekly features will profile local designers, practices and thinkers from all corners of the built environment.
From LCMSDS Productions, On War & Society features interviews with the most prominent historians of war and society studies. Host Eric Story sits down with his guests to discuss current developments in the field, the challenges associated with doing history, and life ‘behind the book.’
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This is a history podcast produced by four women historians digging up intimate stories of the past to uncover history that matters. We cover interesting stories from all period and regions. Our episodes are great to use in the classroom as well as just a really fun way to learn some well-researched, quality history.
Sects Ed is a religious history podcast hosted by Michael J. Albani and Patrick Reynolds, two graduate students at Michigan State University. It explores the histories of unorthodox faiths including cults, heresies, and new religious movements. The podcast aims to educate listeners about the beliefs of peripheral religions, and teach both how the world viewed them and how they viewed themselves.
The Road to Now podcast is a series of conversations with pioneering individuals in today’s world. Our goal is to trace the intersections and divergences of personal and historical narratives to better understand the importance of history in shaping our modern world, and to explain the ways that common origins spark exceptional turns in the road.
A podcast about East Asian popular culture and media. Hosted by two historians, Stephanie Montgomery and Melissa Brzycki, the podcast uses East Asian pop culture products - including movies, television, fiction, and memoirs - to understand different aspects of East Asia life and culture.
This short-lived podcast featured interviews with leading scientists from fields like astrobiology, evolutionary biochemistry, structural biology, and many others, about recent discoveries and research in science and the philosophical implications of these. The series was produced by Dr. Emma Tobin out of the University College London Department of Science and Technology Studies. This podcast is not currently in production.