New Podcasts Produced at the AudioFiles Workshop Available Now

December 13, 2016

We are happy to introduce the first episodes produced in the AudioFiles workshop, organized by CMDS’s Dumitrita Holdis and Ian M. Cook , with contributions from Jeremy Braverman  (Mirabaud Media Lab at CEU) , Benjamin Nowak (The Budapest Beacon) and Lucia Udvardyova (SHAPE project and Easterndaze), as course instructors, and Sara Svensson (School of Public Policy, CEU) and Eva Bognar (Center for Media, Data and Society) as critical voices and specialized listeners.

Adiveh is a Romany daily news portal and digest. Adiveh Podcast has been initiated by CEU Romany students and alumni, in order to discuss the relevant to the Roma life topics. The topic of the first episode is Romany media through the years. The producer of the episode is Dzhevid Mahmud (Blinken Open Society Archives and Adiveh Daily News Portal).

Episode 1 Romany Media through the Years, part one and part two.

Curator Talks at OSA is a forum for Blinken OSA’s collection and program curators to share their projects with the public. The first episode introduces a unique research project at Blinken OSA, the goal of which is to collect and make available online the dispersed cultural heritage of the refugees who fled Hungary following the 1956 Revolution. The producer of the episode is Anikó Kövecsi  (Blinken Open Society Archives).

Episode 1 Transnational Memories: Hungarian Refugees in 1956

Make a Joyful Noise is a podcast series dedicated to the history, composition, and settings of Anglican Evensong. This episode focuses on Herbert Howells' Nunc Dimittis, one of the Evensong canticles. The producer of the episode is Dane Miller (Department of Medieval Studies, CEU).

Episode 1 Herbert Howells' Nunc Dimittis

Media and Change Podcast is the podcast series of the Center for Media, Data and Society. In the second episode of the series, Julia Sonnevend, assistant professor of Communication Studies at the University of Michigan, talks about the themes of her recent book published by Oxford University Press: Stories Without Borders: The Berlin Wall and the Making of a Global Iconic Event. The producer of the episode is Anna Orosz (Center for Media, Data and Society, CEU).

Episode 2: Interview with Julia Sonnevend on how global iconic events are born

Why Read the Classics is a podcast series in which experts in various aspects of the ancient world outline the potential benefits of a classical education for a general audience. This pilot episode of the podcast discusses Euripides’ Medea, in which the most important themes and remaining scholarly questions concerning the play are introduced. The podcast is produced by Georgina White (Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies, CEU).

Episode 1 Why Read Euripides’ Medea?

A Podcast Interview Series with IAS CEU Fellows will have fifteen to twenty minute episodes meant to introduce the fellows of the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) at Central European University to the CEU community (and beyond), to showcase the research they are working on, and to provide insights on scholarly work in progress. The producer of the series is Jan Bröker (Institute for Advanced Studies, CEU).

Episode 1 upcoming in January 2017

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