"Sew What?" is a podcast about historic needlework and the gals who stitched it, hosted by historic needlework expert. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. New episodes out every Thursday.
TheWriting Westward Podcast features conversations with authors of new books on the North American West. Disciplines vary but lean heavily towards history and literature. A total of 9 episodes are currently available with a new episode released each month.
The Arch.Ed Podcast discusses architecture and architectural education with students and educators. It is hosted by Dr. James Benedict Brown (@jbenedictbrown / combinearchitecture.com), a Lecturer in Architecture at the Leicester School of Architecture at De Montfort University in Leicester, UK.
History graduate students, Jen Vannette (Central Michigan University), Katie Krawetzke (Central Michigan Unviersity), and Alex Greff (University of Minnesota) share stories from their experiences as graduate students. Topics include what it's like to study history, be a grad student, and teach.
Talking Hoosier History, hosted by historians Lindsey Beckley, Jill Weiss and Justin Clark, is a monthly podcast that features a significant person or event in Indiana History. Each episode is based on research conducted by Indiana Historical Bureau staff and features newspaper articles from Hoosier State Chronicles, Indiana’s digital historic newspaper database. The project is operated by the Indiana State Library with financial support from the U.S.
The Architectural Association of Ireland has a podcast that discusses architecture in Ireland and further afield. Each episode features a conversation with a national or international figure from the field of architecture, art or design about their work, their thinking, and their process.
The Design Observer podcast is hosted by Michael Bierut, Senior Critic in Graphic Design at the Yale School of Art, and Jessica Helfand, fouding editor of Design Observer, graphic designer and writer. The podcast features interviews with designers and architects and discusses various issues in the world of design.