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53 minutes | Nov 14, 2022
Episode 80: The power of sharing stories
Rose Kim, faculty in Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice at BMCC, Wanett Clyde, library faculty at New York City Tech, and Cynthia Tobar, library faculty at Bronx Community College discuss Children of the People: Writings by and about CUNY students on race and social justice (DIO Press, 2022). For more information visit IndoorVoicesPodcast.com.
34 minutes | Oct 31, 2022
Episode 79: Evan Mandery on elite colleges & social stratification
John Jay College’s Richard Relkin, director of Media Relations, and Evan Mandery, professor in criminal justice, discuss Evan’s new book, Poison Ivy: How Elite Colleges Divide Us. Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for more.
38 minutes | Oct 17, 2022
Episode 78: David Puglia on monsters
David J. Puglia talks with Mira Johnson about his edited collection, North American Monsters: A Contemporary Legend Casebook (University Press of Colorado, 2022). For more info, visit indoorvoicespodcast.com
85 minutes | Oct 4, 2022
Episode 77: CUNY BRESI awardees
In September 2022, Chancellor Matos Rodriguez announced the recipients of the newly established Black, Race and Ethnic Studies Initiative (or BRESI) awards. 126 projects across CUNY will be funded from a $10 million gift from the Mellon Foundation with the goal of reimagining and expanding the study of race and ethnicity. In this episode, you'll hear a number of awardees describing their projects, providing a cross section of the innovative and vital work being carried about by our colleagues around the university. Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for more information.
44 minutes | Sep 11, 2022
Episode 76: Kate Brandt on adult literacy
Kathleen talks with Kate Brandt, Professional Development Coordinator in CUNY’s Adult Literacy/ HSE/ESL Programs. Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com to learn more.
74 minutes | May 11, 2022
Episode 75: For the love and respect of animals
A visit to the Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary and conversations with its co-founder, Bill Crain (CCNY Psychology), and animal advocate Daisy Dominguez (CCNY Library).
57 minutes | May 4, 2022
Episode 74: Seeing Rape
A conversation with the producer and director and two playwrights of John Jay College's 2022 production of Seeing Rape.
40 minutes | Apr 27, 2022
Nicole Treska on Wonderland
Nicole Treska (CCNY alum and adjunct professor) talks with Michelle Valladares (CCNY MFA Creative Writing director) about her forthcoming memoir, Wonderland (Simon & Schuster, Fall 2023).
50 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
Episode 72: David Munns on living in space
John Jay College Associate Professor of History David Munns talks about his co-authored book, Far Beyond the Moon ; A History of Life Support Systems in the Space Age, with Richard Relkin, John Jay’s Director of Media Relations. Visit us at IndoorVoicesPodcast.com
45 minutes | Mar 9, 2022
Episode 71: Student & professor talk about language
Dr. Rebecca Shapiro is an Associate Professor of English and Linguistics in the English Department at New York City College of Technology and the author of Fixing Babel: An Historical Anthology of Applied English Lexicography. She talks with former student Estephanie Montero about language learning. Visit us at indoorvoicespodcast.com.
44 minutes | Feb 24, 2022
Episode 70: The intersection of art and social justice
Cynthia Tobar, faculty librarian and head of archives at Bronx Community College, talks with Gregory Sholette and Chloë Bass about Social Practice CUNY (SPCUNY), a unique pedagogical initiative that supports the integration of art with interdisciplinary research, community collaboration, environmental justice and urban studies.
46 minutes | Jan 5, 2022
Episode 69: Molly Rosner on representations of history for children
Kathleen talks with Molly Rosner, Director of Education Programs at the LaGuardia and Wagner Archives at LaGuardia Community College, about her book, Playing with History: American Identities and Children’s Consumer Culture.
73 minutes | Dec 20, 2021
Episode 68: Daniel Vater's culinary journey
Claire Stewart, Associate Professor in the Hospitality Management Program at CUNY's New York City College of Technology, talks with former student and CUNY BA program alumnus, Daniel Vater, about his multi-faceted culinary career.
62 minutes | Nov 15, 2021
Episode 67: Hannah Kavanagh, uncensored and uncut
Hannah Kavanagh, a Hunter@Macaulay senior, talks with Kathleen about producing and hosting the first student-run podcast at CUNY, CUNY Uncut. Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for more.
32 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
Episode 66: Bringing Vietnamese refugee stories to light
Khánh Lê (Queens College and the Graduate Center) talks with adjunct professor Julian Costa (NYC College of Technology) and Gabriel Da Silva (Pace University) about the book they’ve recently completed, What They Know: Reflections of Vietnam, a project originally started by Dr. Rebecca Dean in the 1980s. To learn more, visit Indoorvoicespodcast.com.
58 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Episode 65: Michelle Valladares on CCNY's unique creative writing program
Michelle Valladares, Director of the MFA in Creative Program and Lecturer in English at City College, talks with Kathleen about the program, its providential Harlem location, and why it's seeing an unprecedented number of enrollments.
42 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
Episode 64: Smashing Statues
Erin Thompson, Associate Professor of Fraud, Forensics, Art Law & Crime in the Department of Art and Music at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Todd Fine, CUNY Graduate Center PhD candidate and president of the Washington Street Advocacy Group, talk about Erin's forthcoming book, Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of America’s Public Monuments.
71 minutes | Jun 21, 2021
Episode 63: Yarimar Bonilla
Yarimar Bonilla, Professor in the Department of Africana & Puerto Rican/Latino Studies at Hunter College and in the PhD Program in Anthropology at the Graduate Center, assumes the role of Acting Director of El Centro, the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College, on July 1. In this episode, she talks with Vanessa Valdés, Director of the Black Studies Program and Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at City College. Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com
49 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Episode 62: A (r)evolution in journalism
Jeremy Caplan, director of teaching and learning at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, talks with Michael Rain, alumnus and founder of research and media company Enodi, about the J school’s new online intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Creators program.
51 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
The urban optimism of Sunnyside Gardens
John Jay College librarian and professor Jeffrey Kroessler and architect Laura Heim discuss their book, Sunnyside Gardens: Planning and Preservation in a Historic Garden Suburb, with Owen Gutfreund, Associate Professor of Urban Policy and Planning at Hunter College. Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for more information.
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