Fifty episodes examining the history of central Florida through local area objects found in museums, historical organizations, and other places produced by UCF Associate Professor of history and H-Net VP for Research & Publications Robert Cassanello and students in his Historical Documentary and New Media class.
A periodic podcast about trends and events in the world of scholarly publishing, produced by authors of the Society for Scholarly Publishing's Scholarly Kitchen Blogand featuring interviews with individuals of note in scholarly communications.
An interview podcast featuring academics, writers, poets, artists, filmmakers, and other interesting people, using their personal biographies as a starting point for wide-ranging conversations about the state of the world, hosted by social and cultural historian of 20th century America David Parsons.
A new interview podcast that describes itself as "about the people and projects bridging art, activism, and academia to build better worlds ... creators who use culture for social justice and explore the nitty-gritty work of imagining and creating more just worlds," hosted by editor, indexer, and academic consultant Cathy Hannabach.
Based at the School of History, University College Dublin as part of the History Hub.ie project, which seeks to make the most recent academic research available on-line to anyone, this series of podcasts feature historians talking about a range of subjects from medieval to modern history, both Irish and international.
A short daily podcast hosted by Mount Holyoke College president Lynn Pasquerella for Albany's WAMC and featuring researchers speaking briefly about a wide range of topics, from gender in academia to alcohol dependence treatment.