How do you like it so far?

Academics Henry Jenkins and Colin Maclay use their combined knowledge to dig deeper and ask more ambitious questions than most pop culture podcasts out there – not doing recaps or just remaining on the level of entertainment coverage. For them, popular culture offers resources for asking questions about who we are and where we are going, questions that can be political, legal, technological, economic, or social, but often cut across all of the above.

https://www.howdoyoulikeitsofar.org/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 55m. Bisher sind 110 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 16 hours 28 minutes

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episode 87: Te Rita Papesch and Sharon Mazer on the Living Tradition of Kapa Haka


This week, we are joined by Te Rita Papesch, a legendary figure in the Maori tradition of Kapa Haka, and Sharon Mazer, her friend, an American performance studies researcher. They discuss Kapa Haka as a manifestation of the historic relations between the Maori people and their “Kiwi” colonizers, one which is embedded in the everyday life of the community but also undergoing constant change as performers adjust to the increased global visibility of their performances.


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 2021-05-03  1h38m
 
 

What's Making Us Sappy Episode 21: Ioana Mischie and Howard Blumenthal


This week's media recommendations come from Ioana Mischie, a transmedia artist working with creative writing, film, and virtual reality, and Howard Blumenthal, a television and new media creative, to talk about how children can shape the future of education and our world. Their recommendations span everything from jazz to emerging futuristic fiction. You'll love em!


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 2021-04-27  7m
 
 

episode 86: Ioana Mischie and Howard Blumenthal on the Future of Education


We’re joined by Ioana Mischie, a transmedia artist working with creative writing, film, and virtual reality, and Howard Blumenthal, a television and new media creative, to talk about how children can shape the future of education and our world.


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 2021-04-22  1h13m
 
 

What's Making You Sappy Episode 20: S.B. Divya and Jonathon Keats


This week's media recommendations come from scientist turned author S.B. Divya and philosophy student turned conceptual artist Jonathon Keats. Their list includes everything from 1960s architecture collectives to a weekly science fiction podcast!


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 2021-04-20  4m
 
 

episode 85: Speculative Art & Fiction with SB Divya and Jonathon Keats


Author SB Divya and artist Jonathon Keats join us to talk about how they invite their audiences to participate with them in optimistic speculation about the future through their work, and how letting go of human exceptionalism makes us more human.


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 2021-04-15  1h16m
 
 

What's Making You Sappy Episode 20: Sarena Ulibarri and Ed Finn


This week's media recommendations come from two writers/scholars of the Solarpunk movement: Sarena Ulibarri, Editor-in-Chief of World Weaver Press and a science fiction writer whose works include Glass and Gardens and Biketopia, and Ed Finn, the Director of the Center for Science and Imagination at Arizona State University.


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 2021-04-13  4m
 
 

episode 84: Sarena Ulibarri and Ed Finn on Solarpunk


We’re joined by Sarena Ulibarri, Editor-in-Chief of World Weaver Press and a science fiction writer whose works include Glass and Gardens and Biketopia, and Ed Finn, the Director of the Center for Science and Imagination at Arizona State University, to discuss how solarpunk helps us to imagine a better, more sustainable future.


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 2021-04-08  1h12m
 
 

What's Making You Sappy Episode 19: Julian Brave Noisecat and Candis Callison


This week's media recommendations come from Julian Brave Noisecat and Candis Callison, leading Indigenous journalist and scholar, who share with us podcasts and books that highlight their voices -- and fantasy basketball.


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 2021-03-30  3m
 
 

episode 83: Indigenous Voices for Environmental Justice with Candis Callison & Julian Brave NoiseCat


This week we’re joined by Candis Callison, environmental journalist and associate professor at UBC, and Julian Brave Noisecat, Senior Media Fellow at NDN Collective, to talk about climate change, the role of Indigenous peoples in achieving environmental justice, and how to better represent Indigenous communities in our politics and stories.


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 2021-03-25  1h9m
 
 

What's Making You Sappy Episode 18: Pop Culture Collaborative


You'd bet that the Pop Culture Collaborative would have good pop culture recommendations! And you're not wrong -- today's media recs come from Bridgit Antoinette Evans and Tracy Van Slyke, who touch on the big and bright sit-coms like The Office, Superstore and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and how we might revisit them in the light of last year. Also, we have the immortal works of Cicely Tyson, who left this world to ever appreciate her presence earlier this year.


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 2021-03-23  3m