What are the Public Humanities

*What are the public humanities?* This podcast will help answer this question. We maintain that the public humanities are for all of us and, in each episode, we explore scholarship that broadens the purview of the humanities and facilitates civic engagement. Through interviews with scholars engaged in the public humanities, you will not only discover why each scholars’ interests emerged but also get a glimpse into how to develop a public-facing scholastic endeavor. Tune in for Season One during the 2020-2021 academic year! This podcast is sponsored by the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) Public Humanities initiative. To learn more about IASH, visit https://www.binghamton.edu/iash/.

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Submissions from 2021

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Episode 2, Harper Sherwood Reed and Broadcasting World Literature, Julia Haager, Jonathan S. Jones, and Harper Sherwood-Reid

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Episode 4, Jennifer Lynn Stoever and the Binghamton Historical Soundwalk Project, Julia Haager and Jennifer Lynn Stoever

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Episode 3, Nicole Hassoun and Global Health Impact Project, Nicole Hassoun and Julia Haager

Submissions from 2020

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Episode 1: Chelsea C. Gibson and the Phelps Mansion, Juila Haager, Chelsea Gibson, and Jonathan S. Jones