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Humanities Radio Season 4

Jana Cunningham | Director of Marketing & Communications,
Host of Humanities Radio

Welcome to Humanities Radio

Humanities Radio is the University of Utah College of Humanities' Podcast. Our goal is to lead conversations about the humanities in the 21st century.

We will talk with faculty, students and alumni to share information and ideas about the importance of the humanities in today's world. Listen to our latest and past episodes below!

Latest Episode

Season 4, Episode 6 - Native Places Atlas with Greg Smoak

Season 4, Episode 6 - Native Places Atlas with Greg Smoak

In honor of National American Indian Heritage Month, Greg Smoak, director of the American West Center and associate professor of history, discusses the Native Places project. A partnership with the Digital Matters Lab, this project sets out to restore indigenous place names to major landscape features and historical and cultural sites with an interactive map centered on Utah. Read the Transcript

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Humanities Radio Seasons


Humanities Radio Presents: COMM 3520

Humanities Radio Presents: COMM 3520

Comm 3520 explores radio journalism and exposes students to news writing, reporting, covering a beat, interviewing sources and producing news for broadcast. These episodes are a collection of students’ final projects covering topics such as Covid, politics and the fight against anti-Asian sentiment.

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Humanities Radio Presents: COMM 4670

Humanities Radio Presents: COMM 4670

Comm 4670 exposes students to the business of podcasting. Students analyze podcast story structure and learn how to pitch and collaborate on audio stories. They learn research and interview techniques, script writing, recording and editing of audio content.

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Last Updated: 11/22/21