REBROADCAST: Gradcast #21: Turning Swords into Plowshares… or Dumping them in the Sea with Alex Souchen

30Dec

This week features the work of History PhD student Alex Souchen. Alex looks at Canada's mission to ramp down production after WWII and what to do with all the war leftovers.


Guest: Alex Souchen (@AlexSouchenAcademia.edu
Hosts: Tristan Johnson (@TristanPEJ), Tyson Davis(@Tysondavis77)
Producer: Tristan Johnson (@TristanPEJ)

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REBROADCAST: Gradcast #8: Delivering Santa’s Rations with Samantha Desroches

23Dec

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This episode we meet with history PhD student Samantha Desroches. She's just beginning a research voyage into Christmas in the home front during the Second World War. She can be found on Twitter at @Sammdesroches

Cast:
Produced: Tristan Johnson
Crew:
Committee Chair, Host: Alex Moszczynski
Social Media: Ramina Adam
Youtube, Host: Tyson Davis
Graphics, Host: Joseph Donohue
Host: Eric Green
Producer, Podcast Editor: Tristan Johnson
Host: Jina Kum
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REBORADCAST: Gradcast #23: Double Doctor Jessica Blom

16Dec

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People going to Western seem able to do both a PhD and an MD. Jessica Blom tells us about the program, and her work on the development of hearts.

Guest: Jessica Blom
Hosts: Jina Kum (@jinakum), Alexander Moszczynski (@TheRealA_Mosz)
Producer: Tristan Johnson (@TristanPEJ)

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Gradcast #44: Reducing Harm with Hilary Agro

9Dec

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This week our intrepid crew sits down with Anthropologist Hilary Agro. Her work investigates the west's relationship with drugs, and obsession with control. She works on studying the rave culture in Toronto, and harm reduction measures they employ.

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Gradcast #43: Sorting Music with Jason Neal

2Dec

Jason Neal is our guest this week. He hails from Library and Information Science. His work involves a subset of people who listen to all kinds of music. His goal is to use their tasted to determine new ways of categorizing and organizing music that gets away from the limitations of genre.

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