Lost in the Stacks: the Research Library Rock'n'Roll Radio Show
The original research-library rock'n'roll radio show! Broadcasting on WREK Atlanta, each show features an hour of music, interviews, and library talk united by a common theme.
info_outline Episode 521: The Industrial Hygienist in the Library 06/24/2022
Episode 521: The Industrial Hygienist in the Library Guests: Kathy Makos (Smithsonian, retired) and Jenny Houlroyd (Georgia Tech) What is an industrial hygienist? We speak to two industrial hygienists to find out how their profession can make libraries, archives, and other workplaces safer. And spoiler alert, industrial hygiene doesn't have anything to do with teeth. Originally broadcast June 24, 2022
info_outline Episode 519: How to Run a Center 05/13/2022
Episode 519: How to Run a Center Guests: Jason Aukerman and Carrie Cooper of the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies at IUPUI. First broadcast May 13 2022. Playlist at The director and assistant director of the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies talk about the ins and outs of running a small research center.
info_outline Episode 518: Who Are You Citing? 04/22/2022
Episode 518: Who Are You Citing? Guests: Dr Cassidy Sugimoto, Chair of Georgia Tech School of Public Policy, and Dr Thema Monroe-White, professor of Data Analytics at Berry College Dr Sugimoto and Dr Monroe-White share their research into how scientific literature citation numbers are unequal among different racial and gender categories. Playlist at:
info_outline Episode 517: Scholarly Syndication 04/15/2022
Episode 517: Scholarly Syndication Guest: Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe of the University of Illinois Library and I-School First broadcast Apr 15, 2022 Lisa explains syndication of scholarly content, and what it might mean for academic libraries. Playlist at
info_outline Episode 513: How To Read A Book In Which Nothing Happens 03/04/2022
Episode 513: How To Read A Book In Which Nothing Happens Guest: Dr. Eric Lewis of Georgia Tech and First broadcast March 4 2022. Playlist at "Ulysses, instead of being a novel, is kind of multiple novels, successively..."
info_outline Episode 512: The Server Rule and Polar Bears on Thin Ice 02/18/2022
Episode 512: The Server Rule and Polar Bears on Thin Ice image credit: "Polar Bear on Thin Ice" by Christoper Michel, CC-BY, via flickr.com Guest: Philip Burrus, Burrus Intellectual Property Law Group First broadcast Feb 18, 2022. Playlist at: "Not a get-out-of-jail-free card."
info_outline ENCORE Episode 223: Citizen Archiving II: Documents & Dischord 01/28/2022
ENCORE Episode 223: Citizen Archiving II: Documents & Dischord The new podcast is pressed on plastic and ready to go in the mail! "Citizen Archiving II: Documents & Dischord" featured an interview with Ian MacKaye of Minor Threat, Fugazi, and Dischord Records, along with a ton of Dischord music.
info_outline ENCORE Episode 355: Information Literacy for the Win! 01/07/2022
ENCORE Episode 355: Information Literacy for the Win! Guests: Seth Porter and Karen Viars of the Georgia Tech Library. First broadcast August 25 2017. Playlist at "Information literacy is a life skill."
info_outline ENCORE Episode 352: More Publishing, More Problems 12/31/2021
ENCORE Episode 352: More Publishing, More Problems Guest: of Georgia Tech. First broadcast July 28 2017. Playlist at "Let's start with the good news first."
info_outline Episode 508: 50 Years of Science Fiction 12/10/2021
Episode 508: 50 Years of Science Fiction Guests: Dr. Lisa Yaszek of the School of Literature, Media, and Culture at Georgia Tech, Grace Agnew of Rutgers University Libraries, and Catherine Manci of the Georgia Tech Library. First broadcast December 10 2021. Playlist at "Pew pew pew!"
info_outline Episode 507: Down by the Grove 12/03/2021
Episode 507: Down by the Grove Guest: Mack Freeman, Head of Public Services at the Georgia Tech Library Playlist at: "There is still growth that happens [in the library], and that experience is worthwhile. We get to be a part of that, and that's really special."
info_outline Episode 506: The Museum of Obsolete Library Science 11/19/2021
Episode 506: The Museum of Obsolete Library Science Guest: John Lindaman of the Thomas J. Watson Library at The Met. First broadcast November 19 2021. Playlist at "It's not that much of a passion, actually."
info_outline Episode 505: Can Pirates Build a Bridge Over the Knowledge Access Gap? 11/12/2021
Episode 505: Can Pirates Build a Bridge Over the Knowledge Access Gap? Guest: Bodó Balázs, Associate Professor at University of Amsterdam, Institute for Information Law First broadcast on Nov 12, 2021 Playlist at: "An illegal download is not a lost sale."
info_outline ENCORE Episode 350: Disrupting Mainstream History 10/29/2021
ENCORE Episode 350: Disrupting Mainstream History Guests: Itza Carbajal (UT Austin School of Information), Sine Hwang Jensen (UC Berkeley Ethnic Studies Library), Irina Rogova (U Richmond library) & Jessea Young (Loyola Marymount U library). First broadcast July 14 2017 Playlist at "Librarianship and archivy should be radical."
info_outline Episode 503: Getting on my CASE: Librarians and the CASE Act 10/22/2021
Episode 503: Getting on my CASE: Librarians and the CASE Act Guest: Kate Dickson, UNCC Library Broadcast October 22, 2021 Playlist at "We still don't know how this is going to play out, and what the rules are going to be." Image credit: David Wagner, CC-0 (public domain)