Hannah Hethmon is the Executive Producer of Better Lemon Creative Audio, where she produces shows about and for museums and other cultural nonprofits. Hannah brings a unique background of literary studies, museum and public history experience, and storytelling know-how to her production work. Hannah is the author of the popular handbook Your Museum Needs a Podcast: A Step-By-Step Guide to Podcasting on a Budget for Museums and Cultural Nonprofits. She is the creator and host of Museums in Strange Places, an American Alliance of Museums award-winning podcast that was recently selected for collection and preservation by the United States Library of Congress. She has a B.A. in English Language and Literature from the University of Maryland, College Park and an M.A. in Viking and Medieval Norse Studies from the University of Iceland. Her previous work includes many years of small business marketing and Marketing Coordinator at the American Association for State and Local History. In 2018, she was the recipient of a Fulbright grant to study museum culture in Iceland. Originally from the greater Washington, D.C. area (Prince George's County, Maryland), Hannah lives in London and works internationally.
Coming to you from lockdown in London, this is Part III of a special mini-series on vagina myths! Myths busted in this episode: Periods are dirty; if you use a tampon you’re no longer a virgin; pubic hair is dirty and unhygienic; discharge means there is something wrong; vaginas are dirty and smelly–they need to be washed. (ALL FALSE.) COVID-19 has put the museum in danger of permanent closure, so please visit our website or social media sites to learn how you can help us survive and continue our mission.  Transcript: tinyurl.com/muffbusters3 Credits: Hosted by Alyssa Chafee, written by Sarah Creed, narrated and edited by Hannah Hethmon for Better Lemon Creative Audio.
Alice Sheppard was recently disabled and about to get tenure as a professor of medieval studies when she saw a dance performance by a disabled artist that changed her life. The dancer dared her to take a dance class, and she never looked back. In this episode, Alice talks more about her story, her philosophy of artistic creation, and her work. Transcript: https://bit.ly/DialoguePod
Are we in the age of the multi-disciplinary artist? Ivan Blackstock thinks so. Ivan Blackstock is a multifaceted artist with a passion for choreography and street culture. He is the artistic director of CRXSS PLATFXRM, an arts organisation focused on multi-disciplinary collaboration and community. In this wide-ranging conversation, Ivan delves into his creation process, his mental health journey, and his belief in the importance of cross-pollination. Transcript: https://bit.ly/DialoguePod
Refugee Week is an annual event that celebrates the contributions of refugees to Britain. Many refugee stories have found their way onto our repository shelves. In this special episode, we’re sharing just a few of them. We’re also going beyond the documents, as two of our records specialists interview their own parents about their refugee experiences and connect those stories to the documents we hold.   Documents from The National Archives used in this episode: DO 142/416; ED 128/66; MH 8/9; MH 37/322 Listeners, we need your help to make this podcast better! We need to know a bit more about you and what themes you’re interested in. You can share this information with us by visiting smartsurvey.co.uk/s/ontherecord/
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London Borough of Tower Hamlets, England, United Kingdom
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