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Describing Egypt: Virtual Reality of Ancient Egypt [AR]

This podcast features Salma ElDardiry, Senior motion graphic artist and digital composter at Bibliotheca Alexandrina. In 2013, ElDardiry launched her project, Describing Egypt, which exhibits historical Egypt in virtual reality tours. The locations selected documents Egypt's Pharaonic, Islamic, Coptic and Jewish heritage. ElDardiry is also a freelance colorist, animator, musician and a photographer.

Direct download: Egypt_Virtual_Reality_Podcast.mp3
Category:Within the Margins -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

An Investigation of the Black Family Through Fiction [ENG]

2015 Pushcart Prize recipient, Latoya Watkins joins Poe to discuss her short story, "The Mother," as well as the trials and tribulations associated with both thinking about the black family as a concept.

Bumper Created by: Hal Clark

Direct download: PoeLetoya_Podcast.mp3
Category:Within the Margins -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

A Conversation with Sanderia Faye [ENG]

Poe Johnson talks to Sanderia Faye about her upcoming novel, Mourner's Bench, and how religion functioned as both a hindrance and help in the Civil Rights Movement.

Direct download: Poe7_27_15_Edit1.mp3
Category:Within the Margins -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

Makers, Crafters, and Stem: A Short Introduction [ENG]

Poe Johnson and Stephanie Vasko discuss the intertwining histories of the Maker Movement and the Craft Movement, and how each relates to women within STEAM fields.

Direct download: StephanieVasko1_1.mp3
Category:Within the Margins -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

The Ramifications of Toxic Masculinity: Rape Culture and Prisons

In this podcast, Poe Johnson interviews Dr. Mark Tschaepe on how the larger culture's lack of empathy towards people in jail leads to a toxic masculinity that allows for rape, homophobia, and transphobia to run unchecked within prisons.

Direct download: MarkTschaepe1.mp3
Category:Within the Margins -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

Negotiating the Term Intersex

In this podcast, Poe Johnson interviews Dr. Teri Merrick on how the scientific community's move away from the Intersex label, largely free of any consultatoin from any Intersex people, has had larger implications on the people who occupy that identity.

Direct download: TeriMerrick1.mp3
Category:Within the Margins -- posted at: 12:37am CDT

The Political Value of Science and the Scientific Value of Politics

In this podcast, Poe Johnson interviews Eric Martin, an Assistant Professor of the History and Philosophy of Science, on the relationship between science and politics, particularly as it relates to Dr. Martin's work on George Lakoff and Steven Pinker and the concept of scientism. Additionally, Eric Martin traces the trajectory of the way that scientific values have been used for political purposes in the formation and treatment of marginalized bodies.

Direct download: EricMartin1.mp3
Category:Within the Margins -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

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