Daniel McNeil, Sally El Sayed, Alador Bereketab, Toleen Touq, Jeden O. Tolentino, Alanna Stuart
The Black Studies Podcast brings together scholars, activists, and artists to discuss creative and collaborative knowledge-making.
Inspired by creative and enthusiastic social visions of Black life, livingness, and culture, our conversations consider how we can forge new forms of belonging with time, space, and each other; explore intellectual work within, beyond, and outside the university; cultivate interdisciplinary and intergenerational communication; and engage with the practice of joy in and against sorrow
Karen Dubinsky, Freddy Monasterio
A podcast series exploring the History of Cuban Music in Canada with Freddy Monasterio and Karen Dubinsky.
As part of the Buchanan post-doctoral research and with the support of the Nugent Fund, Max Hamon has created a new podcast based upon a series of interviews with the authors of recent books on the history of policing in Canada, the United States and the border between. It provides some historical perspective on a topic which has much contemporary interest in academic circles and for the broader public.
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Adnan Husain, Henry Hakamaki, Breht O'Shea
Guerrilla History is a podcast that acts as a reconnaissance report of global history for the activist left. It aims to use history as a resource not only to analyze the present but to aid the struggle to change the future. Your hosts are Professor Adnan Husain-historian and Director of the School of Religion at Queen's University, immunobiologist Henry Hakamaki, and Revolutionary Left Radio's Breht O'Shea. We hope that the discussion will be useful to you, and if you have any questions or guest/topic suggestions, email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to Ryan Hakamaki, who designed and created the podcast's artwork, and Kevin MacLeod, who creates royalty-free music.
The Majlis is a podcast by Muslim Societies Global Perspectives (MSGP) at Queen's University. Majlis is the Arabic word for an assembly, a gathering for the sessions of learned scholars, philosophers, and thinkers brought together to discuss and debate. Our podcast intends to accomplish the same purpose of bringing together experts, scholars, and cultural producers for discussion and conversation about the histories, politics, religions and cultures of the Middle East, Islamic World and Muslim diasporas globally.
Members of the Queen's University History Department Student Council have worked hard to create an inclusive and diverse DSC, and therefore we have decided to open up our blog to student submissions. We hope that The Watson becomes a space in which History students can celebrate their interests with passion and enthusiasm, where we can connect with each other in a new way.
Student submissions can be emailed to email@example.com.
Heena Mistry, HIST 404 Students
Heena Mistry (PhD 2019) launched a podcast series with CFRC 101.9 FM featuring research and recordings by students in her course, HIST 404: Themes in Diaspora History. Students in this course recorded these podcasts in November 2018.
Jenn Lucas and the Department of History
A podcast that features interviews with former students of the Department of History, both undergraduate and graduate, who reflect on their time at Queen's and their life and career experiences. The Alumni Archives is a great listen for anyone associated with Queen's History.
Each of the articles on this blog were written by undergraduate students enrolled in the HIST 212 internship course at Queen’s University. Over the course of 12 weeks, the students gained practical applied experience working with our partners in museums, archives, academic journals, communication, policy writing, and publishing.