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Afripod Episode 92: ‘Football, Power, and Identity in Zambia’

22 May on Africa, History, Multimedia & Digital Archives, Podcast

Episode 92, ‘Football, Power, and Identity in Zambia’, the latest podcast from Africa Past & Present, is now available. Released on May 21, Afripod hosts Peter Alegi and Peter Limb welcomed Hikabwa Decius Chipande (PhD 2015 Michigan State). Hikabwa Decius Chipande… Continue Reading Afripod Episode 92: ‘Football, Power, and Identity in Zambia’

 

Afripod Episode 91: ‘African and American Ports–Solidarities in Durban and San Francisco’

05 May on Africa, Announcements, Podcast

Episode 91, ‘African and American Ports–Solidarities in Durban and San Francisco’, the latest podcast from Africa Past & Present, is now available. Released on April 28, Afripod hosts Peter Alegi and Peter Limb welcomed Dr. Peter Cole. Dr. Cole is… Continue Reading Afripod Episode 91: ‘African and American Ports–Solidarities in Durban and San Francisco’

 

Afripod Episode 90: ‘Language and Power-Khoesan Studies’

09 April on Africa, Announcements, Digitization, Podcast

Africa Past & Present has recently released their latest podcast, Episode 90: ‘Language and Power-Khoesan Studies’. Hosts Peter Alegi and Peter Limb speak with renowned researcher, writer, and teacher Menán Du Plessis. The South African native is an assistant professor at the… Continue Reading Afripod Episode 90: ‘Language and Power-Khoesan Studies’

 

Afripod Episode 83: ‘Conflict in Côte d’Ivoire and Beyond, From High Politics to the Grassroots’

29 September on Africa, Announcements, History, Podcast

Africa Past & Present has released their first podcast of this semester! Afripod hosts, Peter Alegi and Peter Limb, welcomed Brett O’Bannon (Political Science, Director of Conflict Studies, De Pauw University) who discussed the causes and consequences of civil war in Côte… Continue Reading Afripod Episode 83: ‘Conflict in Côte d’Ivoire and Beyond, From High Politics to the Grassroots’

 

The Complexities of Piracy in Somalia: Africa Past and Present Episode 74

20 May on Africa, Podcast

Episode 74 of Africa Past & Present was released on May 14.  Special guest is Prof. Abdi Samatar, Professor of Geography at the University of Minnesota and current President of the African Studies Association (ASA) in the United States. During… Continue Reading The Complexities of Piracy in Somalia: Africa Past and Present Episode 74

GradHacker Podcast Focuses on Graduate Student Training and #altac Careers

12 March on Podcast

The newest episode of the GradHacker podcast, hosted by Alex Galarza, is now available online at podcast.gradhacker.org. The episode begins with conversations between Alex Galarza, Andrea Zellner, and Ben Sawyer as they discuss issues common to the graduate community, such… Continue Reading GradHacker Podcast Focuses on Graduate Student Training and #altac Careers

GradHacker’s National Audience Recognized by Lansing State Journal

12 February on Podcast, Publications

The Lansing State Journal recently released an article celebrating the national growth and prominence of GradHacker. GradHacker is a blog written by and for graduate students that discusses issues and themes common to students enrolled in graduate programs. Typical posts… Continue Reading GradHacker’s National Audience Recognized by Lansing State Journal

 

New Episode of Africa Past & Present Released

01 November on Africa, Podcast, Project Highlights

Episode 67 of Africa Past & Present was released earlier this week. This episode featured Dr. Sifiso Ndlovu from the South African Democracy Education Trust (SADET)—a group of researchers tasked with documenting South Africa’s journey to democracy (read more about… Continue Reading New Episode of Africa Past & Present Released

 

Archaeology and the Digital Humanities: Why the Separation?

08 October on Archaeology, Podcast

MATRIX Associate Director Ethan Watrall, traveled to the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) Institute on Thursday, October 04, 2012 to give a digital dialogue entitled “Archaeology and the Big Tent of the Digital Humanities.” Watrall talks about… Continue Reading Archaeology and the Digital Humanities: Why the Separation?

 

New Episode of Africa Past & Present Focuses on Gender and Power in Nigeria

24 September on Podcast

Episode 65 of Africa Past & Present was released September 6th. In this episode, hosts Peter Alegi and Peter Limb interview MSU colleague Nwando Achebe. Achebe talks at length about the history of a female king of northern Igboland, Nigeria,… Continue Reading New Episode of Africa Past & Present Focuses on Gender and Power in Nigeria