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Bloomsbury Academic Podcast

More than just a book talk. Each episode is its own unique forum, bringing Bloomsbury authors and experts to the front of the conversation and tackling key issues in today’s culture, both in academia and beyond. This show is for everyone interested in expanding their learning outside the classroom and exploring the difficult discussions taking place in society every day.

info_outline Janet Jackson's The Velvet Rope with Ayanna Dozier 11/20/2020
info_outline Slavery in the Age of Memory with Ana Lucia Araujo 11/12/2020
info_outline The Art of Political Storytelling with Philip Seargeant 10/29/2020
info_outline How to Lose the Information War with Nina Jankowicz 10/22/2020
info_outline D'Angelo's Voodoo with Faith Pennick 07/21/2020
info_outline The Raincoats' The Raincoats with Jenn Pelly 07/07/2020
info_outline Sex and Suits with Alok Vaid-Menon 06/23/2020
info_outline Othello with Ayanna Thompson 06/19/2020
info_outline Fashion Forecasting with Lorynn Divita 06/09/2020
info_outline An Ethical Guidebook to the Zombie Apocalypse with Bryan Hall 05/29/2020
info_outline Tom Petty's Southern Accents with Michael Washburn 05/19/2020
info_outline The Lion and the Nightingale with Kaya Genç 05/12/2020
info_outline The Beatles’ "Let it Be" with Steve Matteo 05/05/2020
info_outline The Beatles' Let It Be with Steve Matteo 05/05/2020
info_outline China's Forgotten People with Nick Holdstock 04/28/2020
info_outline Sustainability and Social Change in Fashion with Leslie Davis Burns 04/21/2020
info_outline Bonus Episode: Coronavirus and the Anthropocene 04/17/2020
info_outline Searching for the Anthropocene with Christopher Schaberg 04/14/2020
info_outline The Sexual Politics of Meat with Carol J. Adams 04/02/2020
info_outline Veil with Rafia Zakaria 04/02/2020
info_outline Becoming Beauvoir with Kate Kirkpatrick 04/02/2020