Host Cathy Hannabach interviews journalist and educator Emilly Prado about writing across genre and Black and Brown artivism in Portland.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Amber Jamilla Musser about aesthetics and racialized sexuality, the politics of co-authoring, and embodied knowledge.
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.
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.
Manuela Lavinas Picq talks about Indigenous Kichwa women in international politics, being a scholar in the Global South, and imagining Indigenous futures.
Lynn Comella on the fierce women and queers who jump started the feminist sex toy revolution and how scholars can up their public engagement game.
Sara Tatyana Bernstein shares why she started a digital magazine focused on fashion and politics and why public engagement is the future of education.