This online workshop will explore podcasting as a tool for public scholarship. New Media Public Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow Jaclyn Rohel will help you get started on developing your own podcast by breaking down the process, from initial planning through to post-production. She will cover opportunities and challenges, introduce the range of podcast formats, and share resources to support scholars in creating their own sound stories. This introductory session is open to faculty, postdocs, instructors, and students in the humanities and interpretative social sciences.
Jaclyn Rohel is the 2022-23 NMPH Fellow at the JHI. She has a PhD in Food Studies from New York University. Jaclyn collaborates on the SSHRC-funded university-community multimedia project Voices from the Food Frontlines: Pandemic & Beyond and contributes to the Feeding City SF3 lab, directed by Professor Jo Sharma of the Culinaria Research Centre, UTSC. A member of the Editorial Collective for Gastronomica, Jaclyn works on the journal’s creative cluster and also produces and co-hosts the Gastronomica podcast series on Heritage Radio Network.
Stayed tuned for details about another podcasting workshop in February which will provide a detailed look at podcasting equipment and recording technology.