Sound Inquiry: Podcasting the Past

What does studying history sound like? And where does one go to hear it? While we might often encounter history in books and museums, the Sound Inquiry Collaboratory is exploring how the new medium of podcasting can advance the study of the past.

Spring 2019:

Join us on April 30 at 6:00 pm in the Golda  Meir Library (4th floor) for the latest talk in our Podcasting the Past series. We’ll be bringing Liz Covart to campus, who is the host of the popular Ben Franklin’s World podcast and the Digital Projects Editor for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. Covart will take part in an evening conversation with host of WUWM’s Lake Effect, Mitch Teich.

During her visit, Covart will also lead a podcasting workshop in the Digital Humanities Lab on Wednesday, May 1 at 2:30 pm.

Group members:

Christopher Canttwell

Christopher D. Cantwell (History)

Marcus Filippello

Marcus Filippello (History)

Jane Hampden Daley

Jane Hampden Daley (JAMS)

Ann Hanlon

Ann Hanlon (Digital Humanities Lab)

Mitch Teich

Mitch Teich (WUWM)