Podcast University is an article series highlighting podcast projects by UC Davis faculty and graduate students.
Reflections on the NHC Podcasting the Humanities Institute 2022 - In our first installment of Podcast University, Emily Rich, PhD candidate in English, reflects on her experiences at the National Humanities Center Podcasting the Humanities Institute.
Podcast University Profile: Ben Ruilin Fong - Ben Ruilin Fong is a PhD student in Comparative Literature and one of nine graduate students who received a DHI grant to attend the National Humanities Center Podcasting the Humanities Institute. In this article, Ben reflects on his time at the Institute and his future podcasting plans.
Podcast University Profile: Ali Maas - In this installment of Podcast University, we hear from Ali Maas, PhD candidate in English and host of California’s Eroding Coastline, an interdisciplinary podcast exploring coastal erosion in California.
Podcast University Profile: Of Forests and Floods with Anuj Vaidya - Anuj Vaidya is an artist, educator, media curator, and PhD candidate in Performance Studies at UC Davis whose work addresses issues of gender, sexuality, and ecology. He is also the creator of Of Forests and Floods, a podcast that explores the Aarey forest in Mumbai, India.
Podcast University Profile: Aggies Near and Far - Aggies Near and Far is a student-created podcast focusing on global education and study abroad experiences. We talked to PhD candidate Marina Mautner about the podcast as well as the importance of ethics in podcasting and her advice for aspiring podcasters.
Are you a UC Davis faculty member, student, or staff person who hosts a podcast related to your work? If so, the DHI would like to feature your podcast in our weekly DHI Digest email. To have your podcast featured in our Digest, please send an email with your podcast title, a short description of the podcast, and a link to where it can be accessed to Emily Rich (email@example.com).