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.
The ArchitectChats is the official podcast of ARCHITECT, the journal of the American Institute of Architects. It features interviews with architects "working at the cutting edge of design, technology, and practice," about news and trends in architecture and design. Episodes come out approximately twice monthly.
VICTORIAN SCRIBBLERS is a biography and literature podcast co-hosted by Courtney Floyd, Ph.D. candidate in English at the University of Oregon, and Eleanor Dumbill, Ph.D. student at Loughborough University.
Our episodes cover the lives and work of lesser-known nineteenth-century writers, and our special features highlight important cultural contexts that bring the Victorian period to life.
Sydney Screen Studies Network Talks is a research-led podcast covering all aspects of film, television, and screen-based media. Scholars and graduate students from Sydney share their research, discuss screen culture and history, and debate the latest film and television releases and technology. Each episode is recorded live in front of an audience and features a film or media scholar presenting their cutting-edge research in the form of a short talk.
Historically Thinking is a podcast about historical knowledge and how we achieve it. Each conversation explores an aspect of the most fundamental historical question that I think there is: “what’s the real story (or stories) here, and how can I know it?” It so happens that this is also one of the most essential human questions.
History’s Ink is a podcast series on history, with Malory Nye. The title comes from Mark Twain’s enigmatic phrase: ‘The very ink with which all history is written is merely fluid prejudice.’
History is the product of our own prejudices, whoever we might be. It is fluid, it is in motion, it becomes something in the process of being written down. We see in history our own prejudices, our ideas, our present. History's Ink is a podcast on history by an anthropologist, through the lens of culture and critical race and religion.
Religion Bites is a podcast series by Malory Nye, made up of short talks intended as an introduction to the contemporary critical study of religion and culture. Topics have so far included gender, race, intersectionality, agency, the problem of belief, innovative approaches to the study of religion and culture, and decolonization.
Chis Osmar and Ryan Stackhouse interview fellow scholars and discuss the latest findings, key concepts, sources, book reviews, conference reports, and insights from their own research about the Third Reich.
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.