Phil currently co-hosts The Department Podcast that goes 'behind the scenes of higher education'. He also hosted Semi-Intellectual Musings, a podcast about the social sciences, arts and humanities and has been a guest on many other shows to discuss sociology, higher education and his academic research. Phil is a doctoral candidate researching the financialization of resilience within the philanthropic sector. He cares deeply about pedagogy and is interested in how podcasts can be vehicles for learning, inside and outside the classroom. He has held several workshops designed to introduce the art of podcasting to faculty and students. Phil produces audio content under the Diskurs Productions label for a variety of educational, non-profit and corporate clients. His cat is named after a West Wing character.
On this episode we have the pleasure of chatting with the creators of the recently published graphic novel Gringo Love: Stories of Sex Tourism in Brazil.  Written by Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan, adapted by William Flynn, and illustrated by Débora Santos. We discuss the graphic novel, what it was like working collaboratively on the project, and some of the particularities of turning an ethnography into a graphic novel. [0:50] The Intro [08:07] The Conversation: Part 1 [33:34] The Interlude: On technology, time & space. [42:44] The Conversation: Part 2 [55:44] The wrap up   Grab your copy of Gringo Love, available from University of Toronto Press as part of the ethnoGraphic series.   And hey, thanks for listening! -Billy & Phil ----- The Department LIVE!  Join the conversation by using the Podbean app. For updates and details of upcoming live shows, check out: https://www.departmentpodcast.ca/p/the-department-live/ ----- #FreeCihanErdal #LiberezCihanErdal For information on how you can help put pressure to release Cihan Erdal, visit: https://freecihanerdal.wordpress.com/ If you can, please write a letter to The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Foreign Affairs: Francois-Philippe.Champagne@parl.gc.ca Here is a sample of a letter to write to your MP Follow @freeCihanErdal on Twitter and raise awareness by using #FreeCihanErdal #LiberezCihanErdal  
On this episode we have the pleasure of chatting with the current Co-Presidents of the Sociology and Anthropology Student Association (SASA): Felicity Hauwert and Jayani Srigouranga. We explore what SASA is and does, how undergraduate students can become involved at the departmental level, and what it’s like being a student. We also get some advice for undergraduate students entering the university for the first time. It’s an episode based on undergraduate experiences inside and outside the classroom.   [0:50] Intro [06:40] Chat with Felicity Hauwert and Jayani Srigouranga, SASA Co-Presidents. [37:50] Upcoming Events Around Campus   Find SASA at these links: Email: sasareception@gmail.com Facebook: Sociology and Anthropology Student Association Instagram: @sasa.cu Twitter: @sasacu3 Website: https://sasacu.wixsite.com/sasa  LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/sasa-soci-anth-student-association-4a63ab1b3   Felicity & Jayani can be reached at: felicityhauwert@cmail.carleton.ca jayanisrigouranga@cmail.carleton.ca   #FreeCihanErdal #LiberezCihanErdal For information on how you can help put pressure to release Cihan Erdal, visit: https://freecihanerdal.wordpress.com/ If you can, please write a letter to The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Foreign Affairs: Francois-Philippe.Champagne@parl.gc.ca Here is a sample of a letter to write to your MP Follow @freeCihanErdal on Twitter and raise awareness by using #FreeCihanErdal #LiberezCihanErdal   We’ll be going LIVE! On October 16th 2020, starting at 1:00pm (EST). The Department Podcast will host it’s first ever podcast-broadcast. Join the live stream on the Podbean app by following this link on your iOS or Android device: https://www.podbean.com/lsw/8YV1F2NIOG?lsid=jb2AnTdpun0   And hey, thanks for listening! -Billy & Phil
Welcome to season 2 episode 2 of the podcast! On this episode we chat with Thomas Kemple, Professor of Sociology at the University of British Columbia. In 2019, Tom received a Killam Mentoring Prize for his outstanding mentoring of graduate students. On this episode, Tom shares his thoughts on teaching and thinking through images and text based on his experience in the classroom.  [0:44] Intro [06:50] Part I of the interview with Tom Kemple on teaching with diagrams, images, and the Watchmen graphic novel. [23:46] Part II of the interview with Tom Kemple on teaching social theory with images and text with a focus on Marx’s Capital: Illustrated Check out Tom speaking about mentoring: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAqzYSIe0IU   #FreeCihanErdal #LiberezCihanErdal For information on how you can help put pressure to release Cihan Erdal, visit: https://freecihanerdal.wordpress.com/ If you can, please write a letter to The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Foreign Affairs: Francois-Philippe.Champagne@parl.gc.ca Here is a sample of a letter to write to your MP Follow @freeCihanErdal on Twitter and raise awareness by using #FreeCihanErdal #LiberezCihanErdal   We’ll be going LIVE! On October 16th 2020, starting at 1:00pm (EST). The Department Podcast will host it’s first ever podcast-broadcast. Join the live stream here: https://www.podbean.com/lsw/8YV1F2NIOG?lsid=jb2AnTdpun0   And hey, thanks for listening! -Billy & Phil
Welcome back everyone! A new semester brings a new season of the podcast. On this episode, Sonya Gray joins us for an engaging chat. Sonya is currently an anthropology graduate student in the Department of Anthropology & Sociology at Carleton University. We learn about Alaskan glaciers, the art of storytelling, and how traditional stories can help us make sense of climate change. [0:44] Intro—What’s new this season? [08:44] Interview with Sonya Gray [51:35] Chat with Sociology & Anthropology Student Association (SASA) Co-President Jayani. See what SASA is up to here: https://sasacu.wixsite.com/sasa We’ll be going LIVE! On October 16th 2020, starting at 1:00pm EST, The Department Podcast will host it’s first ever podcast-broadcast. Join the live stream here: https://www.podbean.com/lsw/8YV1F2NIOG?lsid=jb2AnTdpun0   And hey, thanks for listening! -Billy & Phil
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Location
Val-des-Monts, Québec, Canada
Episode Count
80
Podcast Count
5
Total Airtime
3 days, 18 hours
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