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Tales of Gender and German Hip Hop with Amy Makota

In asking, "Where did these three artists go?" Amy shows how a single question can turn into a field of research that has brought her to research gender and social activism in German hip…

From  Amanda Lueck on April 2nd, 2021 0 plays 0  

The Work + Life Water Cooler Chat (Podcast 03.02.2021)

"Break it Down, Dr. Beth" Dr. Beth Trammell, Associate Professor of Psychology, Indiana University-East discuss the impact of a good night's sleep on our mental health. She also…

From  Angela Reese on March 2nd, 2021 15 plays 0  

Sounds of Bats and the Bat City with Dr. Julianne Graper

Dr. Julianne Graper speaks about her multispecies research and how she came to study the bats with musical scene of Austin, Texas. We discuss how she recorded bats for her field research, and how bat…

From  Amanda Lueck on February 16th, 2021 21 plays 0  

Community Memories: Quince Años Traditions as Community History with Dr. Rachel González-Martin

Dr. González-Martin listens to the stories of mothers and daughters, of grandmothers and aunts, as narratives of community. She shares her thoughts and memories on the quinceañeras of…

From  Amanda Lueck on February 16th, 2021 32 plays 0  

Dr. Portia Maultsby on Black Musical Research and Founding the IU Soul Revue, Part 2

IU Assistant Professor Dr. Alisha Lola Jones and IU Professor emerita Dr. Portia Maultsby discuss the history of Black music research, and the importance of oral tradition and pedagogy to this…

From  Amanda Lueck on February 16th, 2021 10 plays 0  

Dr. Portia Maultsby on Black Musical Research and Founding the IU Soul Revue, Part 1

IU Assistant Professor Dr. Alisha Lola Jones and IU Professor emerita Dr. Portia Maultsby discuss the history of Black music research, and the importance of oral tradition and pedagogy to this…

From  Amanda Lueck on February 16th, 2021 10 plays 0  

Illuminating Folk Illusions with Dr. Brandon Barker and Dr. Claiborne Rice

Have you ever considered how children's games and perceptual illusions are shared, or wondered how they work? Dr. Brandon Barker and Dr. Claiborne Rice explore folk illusions, blending folklore…

From  Amanda Lueck on February 16th, 2021 6 plays 0  

Stories of Memory, Art, & Aging with Dr. Jon Kay

Dr. Jon Kay and Ph.D. Candidate Lydia Campbell-Maher discuss Dr. Kay's research for his book "The Expressive Lives of Elders" and his findings on "how traditional arts keep us…

From  Amanda Lueck on February 16th, 2021 20 plays 0  

Flowing Currents and Archives of Conjure with Dr. Solimar Otero

Dr. Solimar Otero and Amelia Lopez discuss "Archives of Conjure: Stories of the Dead in Afrolatinx Cultures," Dr. Otero's recent publication. The conversation ranges from Dr.…

From  Amanda Lueck on February 16th, 2021 6 plays 0  

Conversing with Dr. Alisha Lola Jones about Flaming? and Gospel

Dr. Alisha Lola Jones and Dr. Kyle Adams converse about 'Flaming? The Peculiar Theopolitics of Fire and Desire in Black Male Gospel Performance.' Dr. Jones's recent book draws from…

From  Amanda Lueck on February 16th, 2021 12 plays 0  

Listening to an Election with Dr. Justin Patch

What is the sound of a political campaign? How does sound studies examine what role these sounds play in building candidate support and creating community? Dr. Justin Patch, Dr. David McDonald, and…

From  Amanda Lueck on February 16th, 2021 7 plays 0  

Walking with Ghosts, Stories of Spirits

Dr. Robert Dobler, Krystie Herndon, and Chloe McCormick walk us through their memories of the Ghost Walk, an annual Halloween tradition hosted by the Folklore & Ethnomusicology Student…

From  Amanda Lueck on February 16th, 2021 3 plays 0  

Episode 21: Gilaki

Our guest today is Zia Khoshsirat. Zia is a doctoral student at UCLA, studying Linguistic Anthropology. His research interests include language ideologies, historical-sociolinguisitcs, and…

From  Sukhrob Karimov on December 20th, 2020 8 plays 0  

Episode 20: Tatar

In this episode, we meet Professor Golshat Safiullina, an associate professor at the Leo Tolstoy Institute of Philology at Kazan Federal University in Kazan which is the capital and largest city of…

From  Sukhrob Karimov on December 19th, 2020 16 plays 0  

Episode 17: Buryat

In this episode, we meet Kathryn Graber. Dr. Graber is an Assistant Professor in the Anthropology Department in the College of Arts and Sciences as well as the Department of Central Eurasian Studies…

From  Sukhrob Karimov on October 23rd, 2020 22 plays 0  

Episode 10: Turkish

In this episode, we meet Esra Ibil, a Graduate Student in IU’s School of Education where she is studying curriculum and instruction with a special interest in elementary education. Esra will…

From  celcar CENTER FOR LANGUAGES OF CENTRAL ASIAN RE on April 19th, 2019 58 plays 0  

Episode 8: Kazakh

In this episode, we talk with Assem Sagi (Izmukhanova), the Kazakh Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant here at Indiana University. Assem tells us about Kazakh, a Turkic language spoken in…

From  celcar CENTER FOR LANGUAGES OF CENTRAL ASIAN RE on March 29th, 2019 57 plays 0  

Episode 3: Kyrgyz

This episode will explore Kyrgyz, a Turkic language spoken mostly in Kyrgyzstan, a mountainous country in the heart of Central Asia. Our guest, Dinara Abakirova, will recite a portion of the Epic of…

From  celcar CENTER FOR LANGUAGES OF CENTRAL ASIAN RE on February 8th, 2019 72 plays 0  

Episode 2: Pashto

Learn about Pashto, an Iranian language spoken in Afghanistan and NW Pakistan, from our guest, Dr. Rahman Arman. Dr. Arman will read an original poem and teach us phrases in Pashto as well as explain…

From  celcar CENTER FOR LANGUAGES OF CENTRAL ASIAN RE on January 29th, 2019 88 plays 0