Podcasting the Humanities: Creating Digital Stories for the Public
National Humanities Center Virtual Institute for College/University Faculty
June 12–16, 2023
in partnership with the Digital Humanities Center, San Diego State University
This five-day virtual institute will provide hands-on training for college and university faculty to translate research, commentary, and community-sourced narratives into podcast episodes. Working in cross-disciplinary and intra-university teams, participants will learn how to express ideas in storyboard form, create and collect audio content, and edit their narrative into an entertaining, powerful podcast. All equipment will be provided, and technical support will be given throughout the week.
- Forge new intellectual connections between public life, humanities research, and responsive digital media.
- Deepen collaborative inquiry and project management skills.
- Hone their ability to communicate humanities expertise in accessible and publicly-responsive formats.
- Acquire conceptual and technical skills to create, revise, and publish broadcast-ready podcasts.
- Develop skills and networks valuable within and beyond the university.
All college or university faculty are eligible to participate. Tuition for each participant is $975 and includes all equipment (microphone, headphones, pop filter) and materials.
Facilitators and Speakers
Associate Vice President of Faculty Advancement, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, San Diego State University
Digital Humanities Librarian and Digital Humanities Center Director, San Diego State University
Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Riverside; creator of Hi-Phi Nation