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Trópico en Manhattan

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Release Date: 02/20/2020

Legacy of Blood: Jews, Pogroms, and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets show art Legacy of Blood: Jews, Pogroms, and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets

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CUNY professor Elissa Bemporad explores two extreme manifestations of tsarist antisemitism in the Soviet Union from 1917 to the early 1960s in her book, Legacy of Blood: Jews, Pogroms, and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets (Oxford University Press, 2019).

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Sharon Zukin, Professor Emerita of Sociology at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center, discusses her book, The Innovation Complex: Cities, Tech, and the New Economy, with Richard Ocejo, Associate Professor of Sociology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the CUNY Graduate Center.

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Trópico en Manhattan show art Trópico en Manhattan

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Bret Maney, assistant professor in the English department at CUNY’s Lehman College and Cristina Perez Jimenez, assistant professor in English at Manhattan College, talk about the English translation of Guillermo Cotto-Thorner’s 1951 novel, Manhattan Tropics (Trópico en Manhattan), published by Arte Público Press.

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Episode 39: Podcasts - prose & pedagogy show art Episode 39: Podcasts - prose & pedagogy

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Christen Madrazo and Alan Winson, both faculty members in the English department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and Nora Almeida, a library faculty member at New York City College of Technology, talk about how they use podcasting in their work with students at CUNY.

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Adam Berlin and Jeffrey Heiman are faculty members in the English department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and are the editors of J Journal: New Writing on Justice. The biannual literary journal, which features fiction, poetry, and personal narrative about contemporary justice issues, has been published biannually since 2008. The 24th issue will be available later this month. Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for more information on our guests.

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Julia Miele Rodas is Professor in the English Department at Bronx Community College and the author of Autistic Disturbances: Theorizing Autism Poetics from the DSM to Robinson Crusoe. In this episode, she has a conversation with fellow disability studies scholar, Olivia Moy, Assistant Professor of English at Lehman College.

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Episode 36: Mark Carpentieri on the flat tire shuffle show art Episode 36: Mark Carpentieri on the flat tire shuffle

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Mark Carpentieri teaches public speaking at Queensborough Community College and is the owner of M.C. Records, a blues/roots music label based on the South Shore of Long Island. Mark is also a graduate of Queens College. In this interview, Mark shows the connection between public speaking and running a label, talks about the need for online teaching and learning, and explains what makes a good blues drummer. Suffice it to say, this interview covers a lot of ground.

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In this episode, you’ll hear David Pearson, adjunct faculty in the music and general studies departments at CUNY Lehman College, in conversation with Ray Patton, Associate Professor of History and Faculty Director of the Honors Program and Macaulay Honors College at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice. They discuss Ray’s book, Punk Crisis: The Global Punk Rock Revolution (Oxford U. Press 2018). Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for more information.

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Beth Harpaz, editor of CUNY SUM, talks with Matthew K. Gold, associate professor of English and director of the  M.A. program in digital humanities at the CUNY Graduate Center and co-editor of Debates in the Digital Humanities 2019.

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Heidi Diehl on writing, teaching, and zeitgleich show art Heidi Diehl on writing, teaching, and zeitgleich

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Heidi Diehl, an adjunct lecturer and assistant director of the freshman composition program at Brooklyn College, discusses her new novel, Lifelines.

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Bret Maney, assistant professor in the English department at CUNY’s Lehman College and Cristina Perez Jimenez, assistant professor in English at Manhattan College, talk about the English translation of Guillermo Cotto-Thorner’s 1951 novel, Manhattan Tropics (Trópico en Manhattan), published by Arte Público Press.