Students Teaching Students

Good podcast? Give it some love!

Episodes of Students Teaching Students

Allie and Rae sit down with Dr. Kidada Williams to discuss her podcast; Seizing Freedom. They also talk about diversity in all its forms. Diversity in people, thoughts, ideas, projects in relation to universities and other spaces.  Follow us!
Rae and allie sit down with Billy Wall-Winkel to discuss his work in museums, the future of public history and his podcast projects.  Follow Billy: @historianbilly Follow Allie: @AlliePenn3 Follow Rae: @RaeRam14
Rae and Allie sit and chat  in order to get back into the swing of things. Both have changed jobs during the pandemic, and wanted to catch up on all that has happened.  Follow us on Socials!  @STSPodcast19
Allie and Rae sit down with Dr. Jennifer Hart to discuss her work on Ghana and Digital Humanities. They also discuss the necessity of supporting fellow academics and making connections across the world and across disciplines. As always, follow
Allie and Rae talk with James about his research into unions, labor history, and LGBTQ history and how all those things intersect! 
Kristin chats with Allie and Rae about grad school, searching for jobs, and working at an academic institution but not as an academic. They also discuss community colleges and their important role in many people's lives.  Follow us: @STSPodcas
Allie and Rae chat with their friend Katie about her journey to getting her PhD in history. Katie specializes in 20th century German History, specifically women and gender. Her dissertation is about Catholic women in Nazi Germany.  We talk abou
In this episode Allie and Rae sit down with fellow TV maven Marissa to discuss Downton Abbey. Arguably, one of the best television dramas. It has everything, history, costumes, the landed gentry, British accents, attractive actors and great dra
Rae and Allie used Zoom and a podcasting app to record this final installment of 'Love in the Time of Corona.' There are some updates at the end of the episode since things have changed since we recorded this so long ago. 
In honor of Anne Boleyn's Death Day we're releasing this Bonus episode which is the audio from an episode from Rae's old Podcast.  Hear all about the historical figure Anne Boleyn and her fandom which has spanned centuries.  @STSPodcast19 
In part two Rae asks Allie the second set of  12 questions of the New York Times intimacy quiz: "36 Questions that lead to love". You're about to know more about Rae and Allie than you ever wanted to.  Don't forget to follow us! @STSPodcast19 
In part one Allie asks Rae the first 12 questions of the New York Times intimacy quiz: "36 Questions that lead to love". You're about to know more about Rae and Allie than you ever wanted to.
Allie walks you through the history of the Italian Hall Disaster and the women who agitated for workers rights during the copper miners strike in 1913. She explores history by asking "Where the ladies at!?!?"
Allie sat down with Robin to talk about empowering women in Detroit.
Rae and Allie sit down with Dr. Jones an Archivist at the Ruether Library in Detroit. They talk about his college career trajectory, how he got the job he has and thoughts about the future of the archival profession
Allie and Rae walk through the MSU Museum exhibit about the Sister Survivors of the Larry Nassar case. Walk through the exhibit, learn how they curated and designed each room. Hear the stories of strength and resilience of the young women who c
Rae sat down with Lily Wilson Szlaga a PhD candidate at Wayne State University. She is also an American Historical Association Career Diversity Fellow. They talked about Lily's research, internships in the humanities, and the importance of ment
Rae and Allie sit down with their friend Laura and talk about the job search project. We can happily say after the recording of this episode, she now has a job at anarchive!
Emily talks to us about her new coffee shop in Detroit which she hopes will be a positive addition to the community where her shop will be located. This is a coffee shop with purpose. It will also have a community dark room and Emily hopes it w
Senara Dollar grew up in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and is currently a law school student at Michigan State University. She shares with us her thoughts of Lower Peninsula weather, what law school looks like for her, what makes her want to be a
Dave Moore is the Brand Archivist and Historian for the Carhartt clothing Company. His jobs include DAM admin, finding new acquisitions, outreach as an ambassador for the archive. This episodes covers topics related to creating an archive from
**Trigger Warning* We do discuss sexual violence in this episode. Allie and Rae sit down with Ciera, a friend from grad school who finished her Masters in History along with an archival certificate. They discussed graduate school, academia,
Rae and Allie talk about the end of the year, Allie's Graduation and summer plans. They also talk about what it was like being joint degree students and the pros and cons of getting two degrees. Follow us on Instagram & Twitter: @STSPodcast19
Allie and Rae talk with Tracy about her research, her development as a scholar, and academia in general. They cover her first book, the work she did after her Masters Degree and why she doesn't feel the need for people to call her Doctor. They
Allie and Rae sit down with Leon, a PhD student at Wayne State University. They discuss his research interests, racism, and his project to honor a veteran doctor in Indianapolis. He speaks extensively about Lt. Colonel Joseph Ward During the
Rate Podcast
Do you host or manage this podcast?
Claim and edit this page to your liking.
Are we missing an episode or update?
Use this to check the RSS feed immediately.