Cathy Hannabach chats with professor Tania Lizarazo about digital storytelling, collaborative research, and listening and learning together in public.
3-week online workshop for scholars wanting to build their public scholarship profile, reach wider and more diverse audiences, and get paid for their work.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews poet and professor Alix Olson about career transitions, pedagogy, queer kinship, and the limits of resilience.
Cathy Hannabach chats with professor and young adult novelist Ebony Elizabeth Thomas about the power of children's literature and speculative fiction.
Learn best practices for doing community-engaged scholarship and teaching, including answers to those thorny ethical questions often provoked by this work.
Cathy Hannabach talks with author, editor, and podcast co-host Dennis Norris II about the writing process, making publishing more accessible, and difference as a source of strength.
Strategies and tactics for improving mental health in academia by providing resources to students, faculty, and staff and prioritizing wellness.
Cathy Hannabach chats with Teen Vogue columnist and political scientist Jenn M. Jackson about Black millennial podcasting, Black feminism, public scholarship, and justice as love in public.
Strategies to avoid the siren song of academic busyness, preserve your time, and finally take those weekends off—for real.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Larisa Kingston Mann about radical music communities and copyright law, Jamaican popular music, and activist accountability.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Nadine Hubbs about listening queerly, Latinx millennials' relationship to American country music, and musical community.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Marisol LeBrón about policing and US colonialism in Puerto Rico, Hurricane Maria's impact on research, and prison abolition.
Part instructional session, part love letter to literature's favorite hangers-on. How to edit, use, and love footnotes and endnotes.
A behind-the-scenes look at how Dismantle Magazine co-founders Elise Chatelain and Sara Tatyana Bernstein are turning their side project into a career.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Jade S. Sasser about the reproductive justice movement, climate change activism, and interdisciplinary creativity.
Jessica Nydia Pabón-Colón talks about women graffiti writers, curation as social justice, and the importance of solidarity across the Puerto Rican diaspora.
Alyshia Gálvez on NAFTA's destruction of public health in Mexico, the need for public intellectuals, immigrant rights activism, and why we should dream big.
Easy daily self-care practices to treat yourself with kindness, move a little slower, and find comfort amidst your personal and professional lives.
J. Kēhaulani Kauanui on Hawaiian sovereignty, independent media, consent politics, and the solidarities between anarchist and Indigenous movements.
Jenny L. Davis on Chickasaw language revitalization, Indigenous language activism, and building a world where all Indigenous people get to become elders.
Jian Neo Chen discusses the histories & futures of transgender studies publishing and drawing academic inspiration from art & activism.
Wellness for academics, scholars, & cultural workers, including fitting exercise, healthy food, laughter, and joy into a busy schedule.
Aimee Bahng talks about speculative fiction, queer of color feminist futures, challenging US colonialism across the Pacific, and the racist origins of statistics.
Craig Santos Perez talks about poetry as a social justice practice, communal storytelling, and the movement for a decolonial and demilitarized Pacific.
Navigating imposter syndrome and other insecurities to regain confidence, free up mental space for work, and feel at home where you are.
Interdisciplinary scholars often make fantastic academic editors. Here’s how you can get started building an interdisciplinary editing career.
Macarena Gómez-Barris talks about using art to fight extractive capitalism beyond the state, the politics of translation, and working in and with community.
Join us for a book launch party and discussion to celebrate the publication of Succeeding Outside the Academy: Career Paths beyond the Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM.
A great index is a work of art, helping readers find what they need. Here are 5 things professional book indexers wish authors knew about the process.
Veronica Corzo-Duchardt talks about architectural surfaces, her research-based art practice, and the importance of intersectional creative collaboration.
Whether poetic, snarky, informative, or scandalous, footnotes forge complex social bonds between readers, authors, and editors.
Feminist scholar Imani Perry discusses critiquing patriarchy, academic productivity and self-care, and her fierce commitment to personal and social ethics.
Celebrate International Podcast Day by listening to your favorite episodes of the Imagine Otherwise podcast!
Manuela Lavinas Picq talks about Indigenous Kichwa women in international politics, being a scholar in the Global South, and imagining Indigenous futures.
Professor and writer Francesca T. Royster discusses the queer afterlives of soul music, her formidable family histories, and the power of storytelling.