Essays & Reviews
Revisionist History: A Podcast By Malcolm Gladwell - A Review
The Podcast Footnote is a blog where members of H-Podcast review podcasts of interest to the academic community.
More Perfect: Podcasts, Pop History, and Historical Thinking
Radiolab Presents More Perfect
There are two things I love about Radiolab Presents: More Perfect, the six-episode Radiolab spinoff produced by WNYC and co-hosted by Jad Abumrad. The first is this song - a quirky, catchy, mnemonic device for remembering the names of the eight current Supreme Court justices (plus nominee Merrick Garland):
Johanna Zorn posts a manifesto for podcasting
Johanna Zorn, executive director of the Third Coast International Audio Festival, has dropped the gauntlet on editors of local weeklies, newspapers, magazines, and the entire internet to "recogni[ze] Radio/Podcasting as a true popular art form":
Scholarly work on podcasting
I'm not sure how many subscribers on here study podcasting, but I recently came across a special issue of the Journal of Radio & Audio Media (22, no. 2, 2015) containing the symposium "Podcasting: A Decade in the Life of a 'New' Audio Medium," available online here. Lots of good subjects for discussion on there, including a piece about history podcasts.