Announcing the Edge Effects Podcast

The Edge Effects Podcast iconLooking for some fun, informative, and enriching listens for your holiday travels? The Edge Effects editorial board can help!

We are pleased to announce the release of our new podcast series.

Subscribe now by visiting the iTunes store. You can also find us on Google Play, Stitcher, or TuneIn. And you can stream or download episodes directly from our website.

Check out our two debut episodes to find out why writer and geologist Lauret Savoy says “the land doesn’t hate,” and to get to the bottom of what this whole field of “Food Studies” is actually about.

December will bring episodes featuring historian Andrew Stuhl discussing his just-released book, Unfreezing the Arctic: Science, Colonialism, and the Transformation of Inuit Lands, and an exploration of race and resilience with cultural geographer Carolyn Finney.

We’ve also added to the feed all the audio interviews we’ve published on the site to keep you company during trying layovers and interminable interstates.

Happy holidays, and happy listening from the team at Edge Effects!

Featured image: Nipper listens to an early phonograph machine in the painting “His Master’s Voice,” by Francis Barraud, 1898. United States Public Domain Image. 

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