JustPublics@365 is launching its podcast series this week! The weekly podcast highlights academic research on social justice and inequality. To kick off the podcast series, I sat down with Jessie Daniels, Chase Robinson, and Matthew K. Gold to talk about the project’s goals and how JustPublics@365 leverages digital media. In this interview I ask the three principle investigators of JustPublics@365 about knowledge streams and the ways that digital media can foster “public scholarship.”
This October, JustPublics@365 is launching a podcast series highlighting research by CUNY faculty on issues of social justice and inequality.
The series will feature the work of faculty from the Political Science, Sociology, English, Psychology, Social Work, Anthropology, and Music departments who will share insights from their research as well as how they came to do the research they do and how that research might connect to social justice activism and may have an impact on the world beyond academia.
Scheduled interviews include conversations with Janet Gornick, Juan Battle, Margaret Chin, Mike Fabricant, Michelle Fine, Ashley Dawson, Francis Fox Piven, Victoria Sanford, Leith Mullings and others.
The first podcast, an interview with Janet Gornick, will be released on Monday, October 7.