An interview podcast with scholars about new terrains, projects, methods, journals, book series, conferences, and directions in the study of religion, hosted by H-Podcast subscriber Kristian Petersen (University of Nebraska Omaha).
An interview podcast with authors of new books in the histroy of religions, hosted by H-Podcast subscriber Kristian Petersen (University of Nebraska Omaha), Arthur Remillard (St. Francis University), and David Krueger (Independent Scholar).
An interview podcast with authors of new books in Islamic Studies, hosted by H-Podcast subscriber Kristian Petersen (University of Nebraska Omaha), Elliott Bazzano (Le Moyne College), and SherAli Tareen (Franklin and Marshall College).
A series of episodes produced in 2012 and 2013 by Alex Gallarza, Andrea Zellner, and Benjamin Sawyer, PhD students at Michigan State University, in which they discuss topics related to graduate school life, academia, and the digital humanities. The podcast was produced as a companion to the GradHacker blog (before it moved to Insider Higher Ed).
This bi-weekly podcast, hosted by historian and former CBC radio producer Matthew Friedman, explores the history of the avant-garde art music of the 20th and 21st centuries, giving listeners a chance to listen to in-depth commentary as well as long passages of music. The companion website http://nosoundsforbidden.org contains additional essays, playlists, and information.
A long-form journalistic, aesthetically produced Spanish-language podcast that tells Latin American stories from anywhere Spanish is spoken, including the United States, produced by novelist Daniel Alarcón and a team of journalists and producers.
A new world history podcast produced by graduate students at Northeastern University in Boston, USA. The first episode features PhD Candidate Malcolm Purinton on why the pilsner came to dominate the beer world, through the British Empire, globalization, trade, technologies, science, and consumption.
Ten short episode series produced for BBC 4 radio that traces the story of ten antiquities and cultural sites, like the Winged-Bull of Nineveh or the Temple of Bel in Palmyra, that have been destroyed or looted in Iraq and Syria, presented by author and journalist Kanishk Tharoor.
A weekly podcast that features discussions about the teaching in higher education and personal productivity, produced by Bonni Stachowiak, Associate Professor of Business and Management at Vanguard University of Southern California.