ArtCurious Podcast explores the unexpected, the slightly odd, and the strangely wonderful in Art History. The ArtCurious Podcast is written, produced, and hosted by Jennifer Dasal, a contemporary arts curator with nearly twenty years of art-historical studies and experience.
The Liberal Arts Endeavor is a podcast by the College of Arts & Letters (CAL) at Michigan State University. Each episode throughout the academic year will feature a different Liberal Arts story within the College. Podcast hosted by Michigan State's College of Arts and Letters Dean Christopher P. Long, and students Samantha Ward and Hannah Bullion.
Sidedoor is a podcast from the Smithsonian, produced and hosted by Tony Cohn & Megan Detrie. It tells stories about science, art, history, humanity and where they unexpectedly overlap. The first three episodes explore technology's grip on us, the different meanings of "delivery," and the story of the Tulsa Race Massacre.
A new arts and culture podcast from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Raw Material’s first season, Otherworld, is hosted by Bay Area artist and writer Ross Simonini, and documents artists who work with the unknown. Rituals, hauntings, magic—the podcast's first six-episode season conjures these topics and more.
A production of the Bancroft Library's Oral History Center at the University of California, Berkeley, this six-episode series seeks to showcase important interviews in the library collection with women who, against tremendous odds, broke through glass ceilings and forged their own paths in the political arena.
Witch Hunt is a bi-weekly podcast exploring the events, places and legacies behind history’s most infamous witch hunts – literal and metaphorical. Witch Hunt Podcast is created and hosted by Salem history buffs, Nancy Mades-Byrd and Daniel Byrd.
This monthly podcast from Oklahoma State University Library tells stories about people in Oklahoma by sharing voices from the OSU Library's oral history collections, and visiting with experts, students, and the interviewing team to examine various topics related to Oklahoma history and culture. Hosted by Juliana Nykolaiszyn, faculty member with the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at the OSU Library.
A podcast hosted by Keith Harris, a historian in 19th-century America, featuring "no scripts, no academic nitwittery - just some really smart people discussing topics in US history: political, social, cultural, and economic."
Talking Machines is a podcast about the world of machine learning. Producer Katherine Gorman and Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Associate Ryan Adams speak with experts in the field about the latest research. Talking Machines is an independent production of Tote Bag Productions.
Press Publish is a weekly conversation with journalists, technologists, and entrepreneurs about the future of news. Produced by the Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard and hosted by Neiman Lab director Joshua Benton.
A history podcast hosted by Philip Perrin and Ros Evans. In this show, the UK historians explore different towns, cities, or locations by walking through them and sharing the points of interest, history, and culture of the location. The website also includes maps and photos from the walks.
The Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast is an ongoing conversation on public policy, governance, and global issues featuring weekly 15-20 minute discussions hosted by Matt Cadwallader with prominent thought leaders, researchers, and decision makers.
Cold Call distills the Harvard Business School’s legendary case studies into podcast form. Hosted by Brian Kenny, the podcast airs every two weeks and features HBS faculty discussing cases they’ve written and the lessons they impart.