Podcasting as Public Intellectualism

Podcasting as Public Intellectualism

October 2, 2017 News + Events

Podcasting as Public Intellectualism webinar

Podcasting’s popularity has exploded over the last 10 years, but too few scholars are taking advantage of its public intellectualism potential. As a diverse multimedia form, podcasting allows hosts, scholars, audiences, activists, teachers, students, and broader communities to connect scholarly research to public conversations and contribute to new worlds.

In this workshop Cathy Hannabach, host of the Imagine Otherwise podcast that highlights projects and people that bridge art, activism, and academia to build more just worlds, will guide participants through the process of creating podcasts as public intellectual work. Topics will include: how grad students, staff, and faculty can use podcasts for public intellectual work; the process of producing your own podcast; and the cultural politics of podcasting as independent, networked media.

Register now to join us live on Wed., October 11, 1–2 pm EST or watch the replay video anytime.

You can also check out our upcoming events as well as recordings of our past webinars on topics like Public Speaking for Non-Performers, Work/Life Balance in the Context of Power, Mapping Your Semester, Crafting an Altac/Postac Career While in Grad School, and more!

 

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