- The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities
- Free and open to the public
- Registration required. See details.
Learn how to create a podcast that speaks to and from your research. This can help academics broaden their impact and refine their unique scholarly voice. In this workshop, Alyssa and Brendane, the PhD candidates behind Zora’s Daughters podcast, will help participants turn their scholarly interests into an idea for a widely accessible podcast. This workshop will be conducted over Zoom.
This 90 minute workshop will cover:
- How podcasts are useful for boosting your scholarly and public profile
- Choosing a topic and developing a podcast around it
- Finding your Why
- Identifying your audience
Brendane Tynes (PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology)
Alyssa James (PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology)
Project: Zora's Daughters Podcast
Zora's Daughters is a society and culture podcast that uses Black feminist anthropology to close read popular culture and model critical participant observation of the world we live in.
This workshop is presented as part of the Public Humanities Skills Workshops, a series of sessions that connect graduate fellows and the public with skills, methods, and strategies to engage in the interdisciplinary field of the Public Humanities. These workshops are hosted by the Public Humanities Initiative and open to all. Advanced registration is required.
Please email [email protected] to request disability accommodations. Advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.
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