Indoor Voices

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Yarimar Bonilla, Professor in the Department of Africana & Puerto Rican/Latino Studies at Hunter College and in the PhD Program in Anthropology at the Graduate Center, assumes the role of Acting Director of El Centro, the Center for Puerto Ric
Jeremy Caplan, director of teaching and learning at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, talks with Michael Rain, alumnus and founder of research and media company Enodi, about the J school’s new online intensive Entrepreneurial Jo
John Jay College librarian and professor Jeffrey Kroessler and architect Laura Heim discuss their book, Sunnyside Gardens: Planning and Preservation in a Historic Garden Suburb, with Owen Gutfreund, Associate Professor of Urban Policy and Plann
Alisse Waterston (John Jay) and Charlotte Corden talk with Kathleen about their graphic novel, Light in Dark Times: The Human Search for Meaning published by the University of Toronto Press.
Cynthia Tobar, Head of Archives at Bronx Community College, talks with Molly Rosner, Assistant Director of Education Programs at the LaGuardia and Wagner Archives at LaGuardia Community College and Summer Walker, a student in la Guardia’s Comme
New York City College of Technology librarians Junior Tidal and Nora Almeida discuss their podcast, City Tech Stories, and Junior’s new book, Podcasting: A Practical Guide for Librarians.
CUNY Grad Center and Manifold fellow alum Jojo Karlin describes her doodle-based note taking process. She talks about how and why she came to draw her dissertation on Virginia Woolf, about the experience of taking visual notes both in person an
Jeanne Theoharis (Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Brooklyn College) and Yoruba Richen (Directory of the Documentary Program at Newmark Graduate School of Journalism) discuss Yoruba's recent film, How it Feels to Be Free, a docum
Amy Adamczyk, Professor of Sociology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, talks with Indoor Voices about her latest book. She is co-author, along with University of Notre Dame Sociology Professor Christian Smith, of Handing Down the Faith:
Beth Harpaz, editor of CUNY SUM, talks with Kathleen Collins, librarian and professor at John Jay College's Lloyd Sealy Library, about Kathleen's book, From Rabbit Ears to the Rabbit Hole: A Life with Television published by the University Pres
Edward Snadr and Shonna Trinch, John Jay College faculty and authors of What the Signs Say: Language, Gentrification, and Place-Making in Brooklyn, talk with Mary Gatta and Molly Vollman Makris, faculty members at Guttman Community College, abo
In this episode, two punk scholars - Raymond Patton and David Pearson - discuss how punk operates and frames itself in different contexts and time periods, including issues of diversity and multiculturalism and the experiences and participatio
Cathy Davidson, Dree-el Simmons and Tatiana Ades share their experiences in creating We Eat: A Student-Centered Cookbook as part of the  “Introduction to Engaged Teaching and Transformative Learning in the Humanities and Social Sciences” class
The editors of J Journal: New Writing on Justice talk with contributor Estha Weiner about her poetry. The biannual literary journal, edited by English department faculty Jeffrey Heiman and Adam Berlin, is produced at John Jay College of Crimina
The editors of J Journal: New Writing on Justice talk with contributor Estha Weiner about her poetry. The biannual literary journal, edited by English department faculty Jeffrey Heiman and Adam Berlin, is produced at John Jay College of Crimina
John Jay College English dept. colleagues Allison Pease and Victoria Bond discuss Bond's finale to the award-winning trilogy, Zora and Me: The Summoner, a fictional series based on the life and work of anthropologist and writer Zora Neale Hurst
Frederick Wasser, Professor in the Department of Television, Radio and Emerging Media at Brooklyn college, chronicles the sweeping account of the Twentieth Century Fox film studio. His book serves as a survey of American film history and “at ti
Char Adams is a race and identity journalist whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Republic, Teen Vogue, People Magazine, and more. She is also the digital editor of CUNY SUM, the website for research, books, and creative works
Shonna Trinch is a sociolinguist and faculty member in the Department of Anthropology at John Jay College, and Edward Snajdr is a cultural anthropologist and faculty member in the Department of Anthropology at John Jay College. Their book, Wha
Margot Mifflin, Professor of English at Lehman College and the Newmark Journalism School  is the author of Looking for Miss America: A Pageant’s 100-Year Quest to Define Womanhood which will be released by Counterpoint Press on August 4. In th
Jean Halley is Professor of Sociology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). She discusses her memoir-in-progress that includes themes of the Western U.S., race, violence, and memory itself.
Kathleen and Steve catch up on stationery, online learning, and don't even get too into why video conferencing is a pain.
In her newest book, Legacy of Blood: Jews, Pogroms, and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets (Oxford University Press, 2019), Elissa Bemporad explores two extreme manifestations of tsarist antisemitism in the Soviet Union from 1917 to the
Sharon Zukin, Professor Emerita of Sociology at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center, discusses her book, The Innovation Complex: Cities, Tech, and the New Economy, with Richard Ocejo, Associate Professor of Sociology at John Jay Colle
Bret Maney, assistant professor in the English department at CUNY’s Lehman College and Cristina Perez Jimenez, assistant professor in English at Manhattan College, talk about the English translation of Guillermo Cotto-Thorner’s 1951 novel, Manh
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