The early commercialization of radio with Susan Smulyan (Brown)
We discuss NPR as a racialized organization.
In this episode of The Annex, we sit down with Michael Siciliano of Queen’s University (Canada). Michael is currently working on a book for Columbia University Press about YouTubers, tentatively titled Creative Control: Platforms, Labor Relations, and the Aesthetics of Precarious Work. We talk about YouTube, content creation, and media. This episode is hosted by […]
What happens when the Internet tries to solve urgent crimes?
How much should the discipline value public scholarship? What to make of public scholarship on new media?
We meet the gang from The Social Breakdown, a great sociology-themed, teaching-oriented podcast.
We ask discuss recent psych findings that might suggest why there’s a pressure to go partisan when doing public scholarship.
We discuss political fissures in conservatism, and political puritanism.
What are we to make of a conflict on the Washington Mall?
National Geographic has a special issue on race that’s getting a lot of groans.