Humanities Centered

A podcast that explores research and creative work in the arts & humanities at Carleton College.

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Episodes

Wednesday May 11, 2022

A conversation with Alex Knodell, Classics and Archaeology, and his Student Research Partners MJ Fielder-Jellsey and Sam Wege about their work on the Small Cycladic Islands Project. 

Thursday Apr 14, 2022

A conversation with Stacy Beckwith, professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, and her Student Research Partner Arya Misra '22 about their work on the Spanish TV serialization of popular historical novel Cathedral of the Sea.

Saturday Apr 09, 2022

A conversation with Cecilia Cornejo and her Student Research Partner Ceile Kronick '22 about their work on The Wandering House, where they've been collecting and editing audio from residents of Northfield and Lanesboro, MN as people talk about their ideas of "home."

Tuesday Feb 15, 2022

A conversation with Seth Peabody (German) and his Student Research Partner Esme Krohn '24 about their work on Seth's book project in environmental film studies.

Wednesday Jan 05, 2022

For our first episode, I talk to Theater professor Andrew Carlson and his student research partner Hannah Sheridan about their work on a production of Duncan Macmillan and Jonny Donahoe's Every Brilliant Thing for the Great River Shakespeare Festival in Winona, MN.

Wednesday Jan 05, 2022

Get ready for the launch of Humanities Centered — the first ever podcast from Carleton College's Humanities Center! What does humanities research look like at a small liberal arts college? How do students and faculty collaborate on original research and creative work? Director Clara Hardy introduces who we are, what the podcast is going to be, and why we are doing it.

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The Humanities Center at Carleton cultivates the intellectual and cultural life at the College…

  • by providing a locus for innovative research and interdisciplinary collaboration among faculty and students
  • by fostering, coordinating, and publicizing diverse programming on campus
  • by engaging students in the practice of the humanities, and
  • by interrogating the relationship between humanistic study and artistic, ethical, and political issues in the contemporary world.

Learn more at the Humanities Center website: https://www.carleton.edu/humanities.

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