“Any theory that cannot be shared in everyday conversation cannot be used to educate the public.” bell hooks Teaching to Transgress

The Humanities Podcast Network is a growing collective of instructors, scholars, and independent creators dedicated to the transformative impact of audio media and the human voice. We empower and support teachers in secondary and higher education, scholars, and independent creators in the Humanities who want to incorporate podcasts into their classroom practice and/or create their own podcasts so they too can be heard, free of institutional gatekeeping mechanisms.

This open and horizontal network aims to build affiliations, collaborations between like-minded folks, within or without the academy, who are committed to creating and teaching with podcasts. 

Join us on June 16, 17, and 18th for a seminar on “The Place of Podcasts in the Humanities” at the ACLA 2022 Annual Meeting. See our events page for details.

To learn more about our work, check out the video recordings from our symposium on October 15-16, 2021.

Or read our article in Inside Higher Ed — “It’s Time for Academe to Take Podcasting Seriously

And watch this space for more things to come!