A Digital and Public Humanities Podcast produced by Phoenix Studios
Humanities+ is a collaboration between Dr. Caroline Boswell, Associate Professor of Humanities and History, Rachel Scray, a student in History, Digital and Public Humanities, and Arts Management, and Kate Farley, the producer of Phoenix Studios Podcast Network. The purpose of Humanities+ is to provide listeners with meaningful discussions with enthusiasts, scholars, and experts on the intricate fields of Digital and Public Humanities in order to expand our listeners thinking and perspective on the subject.
Episode 3: The Student, Staff and Professor Voices on Humanities Research and Community-focused Project Work
Welcome to the third episode of Humanities+. The theme of today’s episode is showcasing the voices of students and professors here at UW-Green Bay. On Monday, May 6th, I had the opportunity to attend the Pop-up Student Showcase event where students in Democracy and Justice Studies, History, and Humanities took over to present their research from the spring semester. The Pop-up Showcase was an afternoon extravaganza that included demonstrations, launches, and presentations of students hard work. Throughout the day, with the help of Kate Farley, the Phoenix Studios producer, I was able to live record the student perspective of their projects, research processes, and the work they had done throughout the semester. Here is what the students had to share about their experiences and projects this semester! We hope you enjoy listening and make sure to tune in next semester for more episodes!
To learn more about the kinds of projects presented at the Pop-up Humanities showcase, follow this link!