Peter Adamson    Peter Adamson  is the creator and host of the  History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps  podcast and Professor of Philosophy at the Munich School of Ancient Philosophy and at King's College London.

Peter Adamson

Peter Adamson is the creator and host of the History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps podcast and Professor of Philosophy at the Munich School of Ancient Philosophy and at King's College London.

  Maximillian Alvarez    Maximillian Alvarez  is the host of  Working People , a podcast by, for, & about the working class today. He is a dual-PhD candidate in the departments of History & Comparative Literature at the  University of Michigan , & he is on the national Steering Committee of the Campus Antifascist Network. He is a columnist for   The Baffler   & his writing has been featured in  Boston Review ,  Current Affairs , the  Chronicle Review , t ruthout , & more.

Maximillian Alvarez

Maximillian Alvarez is the host of Working People, a podcast by, for, & about the working class today. He is a dual-PhD candidate in the departments of History & Comparative Literature at the University of Michigan, & he is on the national Steering Committee of the Campus Antifascist Network. He is a columnist for The Baffler & his writing has been featured in Boston Review, Current Affairs, the Chronicle Review, truthout, & more.

  Wes Alwan    Wes Alwan  is a co-founder and co-host of  The Partially Examined Life  .  He also writes about film, literature, and culture, and is currently launching a new podcast on these topics called  (sub)Text .

Wes Alwan

Wes Alwan is a co-founder and co-host of The Partially Examined Life. He also writes about film, literature, and culture, and is currently launching a new podcast on these topics called (sub)Text.

  Nick Andersen    Nick Andersen  is a podcast producer based right here in Cambridge, MA, where he leads audio production at the long-running PBS drama series,  MASTERPIECE , and serves as senior producer for the podcast,  Ministry of Ideas . A proud Detroit-area native and graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he also once hosted and created  The Explicast , a short-run explanatory journalism podcast at WBUR., where he also helped produce the NPR talk show,  On Point Radio .

Nick Andersen

Nick Andersen is a podcast producer based right here in Cambridge, MA, where he leads audio production at the long-running PBS drama series, MASTERPIECE, and serves as senior producer for the podcast, Ministry of Ideas. A proud Detroit-area native and graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he also once hosted and created The Explicast, a short-run explanatory journalism podcast at WBUR., where he also helped produce the NPR talk show, On Point Radio.

 
  Kristaps Andrejsons   Kristaps Andrejsons is the host of  The Eastern Border , a podcast that illuminates how life was actually lived under the Soviet Empire.

Kristaps Andrejsons

Kristaps Andrejsons is the host of The Eastern Border, a podcast that illuminates how life was actually lived under the Soviet Empire.

  Golda Arthur    Golda Arthur  is senior producer of audio, and this year she created and launched the first partnership podcasts for the Vox Media podcast network:  The Arthur Brooks Show  ('the art of disagreement') and  Displaced  (on the global refugee crisis), with the International Rescue Committee. She has reported, edited and produced for CBC radio and Marketplace, and spent most of her career at the BBC World Service in London.

Golda Arthur

Golda Arthur is senior producer of audio, and this year she created and launched the first partnership podcasts for the Vox Media podcast network: The Arthur Brooks Show ('the art of disagreement') and Displaced (on the global refugee crisis), with the International Rescue Committee. She has reported, edited and produced for CBC radio and Marketplace, and spent most of her career at the BBC World Service in London.

  Mark Asquith    Mark Asquith  is the founder of  Podcast Websites ,  The Podcast Success Academy  &  Poductivity.  The former owner of a global brand agency, Mark has been a podcaster since 2013 and has helped hundreds of podcasters become audio influencers in their niche.

Mark Asquith

Mark Asquith is the founder of Podcast Websites, The Podcast Success Academy & Poductivity. The former owner of a global brand agency, Mark has been a podcaster since 2013 and has helped hundreds of podcasters become audio influencers in their niche.

  Tamar Avishai    Tamar Avishai  is the host and producer of the  award-winning  art history podcast,  The Lonely Palette.  She is also a co-founder of the Boston-based independent podcast network,  Hub & Spoke.

Tamar Avishai

Tamar Avishai is the host and producer of the award-winning art history podcast, The Lonely Palette. She is also a co-founder of the Boston-based independent podcast network, Hub & Spoke.

 
  B Lee Aultman    B Lee Aultman , PhD, is the co-host of  Always, Already  and a Lecturer of Political Science at Purchase College where they teach courses in Queer Politics, Radical Organizing, and Democratic Theory. Their forthcoming articles explore nonbinary trans identities and the affects of self-management in the trans ordinary.

B Lee Aultman

B Lee Aultman, PhD, is the co-host of Always, Already and a Lecturer of Political Science at Purchase College where they teach courses in Queer Politics, Radical Organizing, and Democratic Theory. Their forthcoming articles explore nonbinary trans identities and the affects of self-management in the trans ordinary.

  Dianne Ballon    Dianne Ballon  is a sound artist. Her works have aired on  All Things Considered . She produced sound for the current exhibit,   The Marines and Tet  . Through an artist-in-residency, she created a sound portrait of  Shenandoah National Park.  She was awarded for her recording of  boats creaking at a dock . She taught audio at UMaine, and workshops at Harvard and the  Podcast Garage . For 10 years, she served on the teaching/production staff at the  National Audio Theatre Festivals .

Dianne Ballon

Dianne Ballon is a sound artist. Her works have aired on All Things Considered. She produced sound for the current exhibit, The Marines and Tet. Through an artist-in-residency, she created a sound portrait of Shenandoah National Park. She was awarded for her recording of boats creaking at a dock. She taught audio at UMaine, and workshops at Harvard and the Podcast Garage. For 10 years, she served on the teaching/production staff at the National Audio Theatre Festivals.

  Lisa Feldman Barrett    Lisa Feldman Barrett  is University Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Northeastern University, where she co-directs the  Interdisciplinary Affective Science Lab . She lectures in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and researches in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she is also faculty in the Center for Law, Brain & Behavior. She is the President-Elect of the Association for Psychological Science, frequently  writing  and  speaking  about the popular science of emotion.

Lisa Feldman Barrett

Lisa Feldman Barrett is University Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Northeastern University, where she co-directs the Interdisciplinary Affective Science Lab. She lectures in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and researches in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she is also faculty in the Center for Law, Brain & Behavior. She is the President-Elect of the Association for Psychological Science, frequently writing and speaking about the popular science of emotion.

  MacKenzie Bennett    MacKenzie Bennett  is Services and Affiliates Coordinator at  Blubrry Podcasting  and the host of the  PowerPress Podcast . Since 2015 she has been involved in the direction and implementation of Blubrry’s initiatives, which perfect the tools, breadth and substance of content creation. MacKenzie manages customer relations and outreach, including the lucrative Affiliate Program.

MacKenzie Bennett

MacKenzie Bennett is Services and Affiliates Coordinator at Blubrry Podcasting and the host of the PowerPress Podcast. Since 2015 she has been involved in the direction and implementation of Blubrry’s initiatives, which perfect the tools, breadth and substance of content creation. MacKenzie manages customer relations and outreach, including the lucrative Affiliate Program.

 
  John Biewen    John Biewen  is audio program director at CDS and host of the Center’s audio documentary podcast,  Scene on Radio . During a 30-year career as a public radio journalist and documentary-maker, he has told stories from forty American states and from Europe, Japan, and India.

John Biewen

John Biewen is audio program director at CDS and host of the Center’s audio documentary podcast, Scene on Radio. During a 30-year career as a public radio journalist and documentary-maker, he has told stories from forty American states and from Europe, Japan, and India.

  Jeremy Bloom    Jeremy Bloom  is a sound designer and technical producer for  WNYC Studios  where his work can be heard on episodes of Two Dope Queens, Radiolab, So Many White Guys, and most recently  Nancy . Jeremy's experience spans across podcasts, film/TV, immersive exhibits, and theater. Outside of WNYC, he is currently designing immersive soundscapes for the new National Park Service museum at The Statue of Liberty. Some of Jeremy's past work includes original sound designs for BBC Wales, CNN Films, The History Channel, The Tenement Museum, America's Test Kitchen: Cook's Science, Punchdrunk International, Ambassador Theatre Group London, New York Theatre Workshop, and more.

Jeremy Bloom

Jeremy Bloom is a sound designer and technical producer for WNYC Studios where his work can be heard on episodes of Two Dope Queens, Radiolab, So Many White Guys, and most recently Nancy. Jeremy's experience spans across podcasts, film/TV, immersive exhibits, and theater. Outside of WNYC, he is currently designing immersive soundscapes for the new National Park Service museum at The Statue of Liberty. Some of Jeremy's past work includes original sound designs for BBC Wales, CNN Films, The History Channel, The Tenement Museum, America's Test Kitchen: Cook's Science, Punchdrunk International, Ambassador Theatre Group London, New York Theatre Workshop, and more.

  Chris Boniello    Chris Boniello  is the Creative Director of  The Podglomerate . He is also a video and audio editor on Saturday Night Live and with brands including ESPN, VICE, Nike, Mercedes-Benz, Coca-Cola, Spotify and Tiffany & Co. He has directed and edited music videos for artists including Flume, Maren Morris, Blink-182 and Sigur Ros. He currently edits, directs and oversees production on multiple shows on The Podglomerate network.

Chris Boniello

Chris Boniello is the Creative Director of The Podglomerate. He is also a video and audio editor on Saturday Night Live and with brands including ESPN, VICE, Nike, Mercedes-Benz, Coca-Cola, Spotify and Tiffany & Co. He has directed and edited music videos for artists including Flume, Maren Morris, Blink-182 and Sigur Ros. He currently edits, directs and oversees production on multiple shows on The Podglomerate network.

  Andrew Bottomley    Andrew Bottomley  is  Assistant Professor of Media Studies  in the Department of Communication & Media at SUNY Oneonta, where he teaches about broadcasting, podcasting, and digital media. He’s the faculty advisor to the college’s student radio station,  WONY 90.9 FM , and he directs the student-run production of the public affairs podcast series  Oneonta Voices . A widely published scholar in the sound studies field, most recently he is the author of  Sound Streams: A Cultural History of Radio-Internet Convergence  (forthcoming in 2019 from the University of Michigan Press). He is also a Research Associate on the  Library of Congress’ Radio Preservation Task Force (RPTF).

Andrew Bottomley

Andrew Bottomley is Assistant Professor of Media Studies in the Department of Communication & Media at SUNY Oneonta, where he teaches about broadcasting, podcasting, and digital media. He’s the faculty advisor to the college’s student radio station, WONY 90.9 FM, and he directs the student-run production of the public affairs podcast series Oneonta Voices. A widely published scholar in the sound studies field, most recently he is the author of Sound Streams: A Cultural History of Radio-Internet Convergence (forthcoming in 2019 from the University of Michigan Press). He is also a Research Associate on the Library of Congress’ Radio Preservation Task Force (RPTF).

 
  Andy Bowers    Andy Bowers  is the Co-Founder of  Panoply Media , and the creator in 2005 of  Slate’s podcasting network , one of the first professional networks in the medium. He has overseen the creation and production of dozens of original podcasts, including Revisionist History with Malcolm Gladwell and The Message, one of podcasting’s first original dramas.

Andy Bowers

Andy Bowers is the Co-Founder of Panoply Media, and the creator in 2005 of Slate’s podcasting network, one of the first professional networks in the medium. He has overseen the creation and production of dozens of original podcasts, including Revisionist History with Malcolm Gladwell and The Message, one of podcasting’s first original dramas.

  Tara Boyle    Tara Boyle  is the supervising producer of NPR's  Hidden Brain  She oversees the production of both the Hidden Brain radio show and podcast, providing editorial guidance and support to host Shankar Vedantam and the shows' producers. Previously, Tara spent a decade at WAMU, the NPR station in Washington, D.C. She has reported for  The Boston Globe , and began her career in public radio at WBUR in Boston.

Tara Boyle

Tara Boyle is the supervising producer of NPR's Hidden Brain She oversees the production of both the Hidden Brain radio show and podcast, providing editorial guidance and support to host Shankar Vedantam and the shows' producers. Previously, Tara spent a decade at WAMU, the NPR station in Washington, D.C. She has reported for The Boston Globe, and began her career in public radio at WBUR in Boston.

  Monica Brady-Myerov    Monica Brady-Myerov  is a 25-year veteran public radio journalist and host and the founder of  Listenwise . Before founding Listenwise, she was Senior Reporter and Assistant Managing Editor at WBUR in Boston and her reports have been heard on NPR, Marketplace and numerous other outlets nationally and internationally. Monica’s reporting on education won two 2005 Edward R. Murrow Awards for her stories on closing the achievement gap and First Prize from The Education Writers Association in 2009 for her series on the high school dropout crisis.

Monica Brady-Myerov

Monica Brady-Myerov is a 25-year veteran public radio journalist and host and the founder of Listenwise. Before founding Listenwise, she was Senior Reporter and Assistant Managing Editor at WBUR in Boston and her reports have been heard on NPR, Marketplace and numerous other outlets nationally and internationally. Monica’s reporting on education won two 2005 Edward R. Murrow Awards for her stories on closing the achievement gap and First Prize from The Education Writers Association in 2009 for her series on the high school dropout crisis.

  Roifield Brown    Roifield Brown  is British podcaster who spends his time between San Fransisco, London and Birmingham. He produces podcasts on history, culture and politics plus also works on outside commissions for clients. His current roster of podcasts include  10 American Presidents ,  The Things that Made England ,  How Jamaica Conquered the World , Mid Atlantic, Dumteedum and Friday 15.

Roifield Brown

Roifield Brown is British podcaster who spends his time between San Fransisco, London and Birmingham. He produces podcasts on history, culture and politics plus also works on outside commissions for clients. His current roster of podcasts include 10 American Presidents, The Things that Made England, How Jamaica Conquered the World, Mid Atlantic, Dumteedum and Friday 15.

 
  Christine Caccipuoti    Christine Caccipuoti  is the assistant producer of  Footnoting History , where she spearheads the podcast’s  Revolutionary France Series , and is the face behind its  Twitter account . She received her MA in history from Fordham University and is also a member of both SAG-AFTRA and AEA.

Christine Caccipuoti

Christine Caccipuoti is the assistant producer of Footnoting History, where she spearheads the podcast’s Revolutionary France Series, and is the face behind its Twitter account. She received her MA in history from Fordham University and is also a member of both SAG-AFTRA and AEA.

  Melissa Cáceres    Melissa  is an independent audio producer and online news editor based in New York. She also works as a freelance audio editing instructor, most recently at The State University of New York at Stony Brook. Melissa is a graduate of the Columbia Journalism School, where she specialized in long-form narrative storytelling and radio production. Her work has appeared in the New York Post, Miami Herald and WLRN, South Florida’s NPR station.

Melissa Cáceres

Melissa is an independent audio producer and online news editor based in New York. She also works as a freelance audio editing instructor, most recently at The State University of New York at Stony Brook. Melissa is a graduate of the Columbia Journalism School, where she specialized in long-form narrative storytelling and radio production. Her work has appeared in the New York Post, Miami Herald and WLRN, South Florida’s NPR station.

  Matt Cadwallader    Matt Cadwallader  leads the development and execution of Harvard Kennedy School's digital communications strategy and content production, where he serves as the school-wide subject matter expert for digital solutions and emerging digital channels and products.

Matt Cadwallader

Matt Cadwallader leads the development and execution of Harvard Kennedy School's digital communications strategy and content production, where he serves as the school-wide subject matter expert for digital solutions and emerging digital channels and products.

  Ginger Campbell    Dr. Ginger Campbell  is an experienced emergency physician, who now practices  Palliative Medicine . Her long standing interest in mind-body medicine, the brain, and consciousness led her to launch the  Brain Science Podcast  (now called  Brain Science: Neuroscience for Everyone ) in December 2006. The goal of the podcast is to share how recent discoveries in neuroscience are unraveling the mystery of how our brains make us human. What’s makes Brain Science unique is that Dr. Campbell makes the work of real scientists accessible to audiences with a wide variety of backgrounds.

Ginger Campbell

Dr. Ginger Campbell is an experienced emergency physician, who now practices Palliative Medicine. Her long standing interest in mind-body medicine, the brain, and consciousness led her to launch the Brain Science Podcast (now called Brain Science: Neuroscience for Everyone) in December 2006. The goal of the podcast is to share how recent discoveries in neuroscience are unraveling the mystery of how our brains make us human. What’s makes Brain Science unique is that Dr. Campbell makes the work of real scientists accessible to audiences with a wide variety of backgrounds.

 
  Dan Carlin    Dan Carlin  is the host of the wildly-successful podcasts,  Hardcore History,   Common Sense  and  Hardcore History: Addendum .

Dan Carlin

Dan Carlin is the host of the wildly-successful podcasts, Hardcore History, Common Sense and Hardcore History: Addendum.

  Mable Chan    Mable Chan  is the host and creator of  One in a Billion  – a podcast about China, one person at a time. The podcast is at the heart of  One in a Billion Productions Inc  .   (501c3)  with a mission to build a civic community through personal storytelling and deep listening. In her previous career as an American network news producer, Mable has achieved excellence in journalism with top honors including the George F. Peabody. A Harvard graduate with a Master’s degree in East Asian Studies, Mable remains an “Associate-in-Research” at Harvard.

Mable Chan

Mable Chan is the host and creator of One in a Billion – a podcast about China, one person at a time. The podcast is at the heart of One in a Billion Productions Inc. (501c3) with a mission to build a civic community through personal storytelling and deep listening. In her previous career as an American network news producer, Mable has achieved excellence in journalism with top honors including the George F. Peabody. A Harvard graduate with a Master’s degree in East Asian Studies, Mable remains an “Associate-in-Research” at Harvard.

  Dan Cohen    Dan Cohen  is the Vice Provost for Information Collaboration, Dean of the Libraries, and Professor of History at  Northeastern University  and the host of  What's New . His work has focused on the impact of digital media and technology on all aspects of knowledge and learning, from the nature of libraries and their evolving resources, to twenty-first century research techniques and software tools, to the changing landscape of communication and publication.

Dan Cohen

Dan Cohen is the Vice Provost for Information Collaboration, Dean of the Libraries, and Professor of History at Northeastern University and the host of What's New. His work has focused on the impact of digital media and technology on all aspects of knowledge and learning, from the nature of libraries and their evolving resources, to twenty-first century research techniques and software tools, to the changing landscape of communication and publication.

  Scott Cohen    Scott Cohen  is director of the  Digital Innovation Lab  and Associate Professor of English at  Stonehill College . The Digital Lab serves as a sandbox where faculty experiment with the use of digital technologies, including podcasting for courses-based projects and public broadcast. He is also producer of the  Electro-Library: An Auditory Cabinet of Curiosities . His current book project examines narrative and politics of radio, from broadcast to podcast.

Scott Cohen

Scott Cohen is director of the Digital Innovation Lab and Associate Professor of English at Stonehill College. The Digital Lab serves as a sandbox where faculty experiment with the use of digital technologies, including podcasting for courses-based projects and public broadcast. He is also producer of the Electro-Library: An Auditory Cabinet of Curiosities. His current book project examines narrative and politics of radio, from broadcast to podcast.

 
  Ian Coss    Ian Coss  is an independent audio producer and sound designer based in Boston, MA, where he is also pursuing a PhD in ethnomusicology at Boston University. He has produced stories for The World, 99 Percent Invisible, Studio 360 and more, and is a lead producer of WGBH's  The New American Songbook  and PRX Radiotopia's  Ways of Hearing . He is a regular sound designer for Al Jazeera's Jetty Studios and Harvard University's Vertialk.

Ian Coss

Ian Coss is an independent audio producer and sound designer based in Boston, MA, where he is also pursuing a PhD in ethnomusicology at Boston University. He has produced stories for The World, 99 Percent Invisible, Studio 360 and more, and is a lead producer of WGBH's The New American Songbook and PRX Radiotopia's Ways of Hearing. He is a regular sound designer for Al Jazeera's Jetty Studios and Harvard University's Vertialk.

  Liz Covart    Liz Covart  is the host of  Ben Franklin's World: A Podcast About Early American History  and the  Doing History podcast series . She is a historian of early America who practices scholarly history, public history, and digital humanities, primarily as the Digital Projects Editor for the  Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture .

Liz Covart

Liz Covart is the host of Ben Franklin's World: A Podcast About Early American History and the Doing History podcast series. She is a historian of early America who practices scholarly history, public history, and digital humanities, primarily as the Digital Projects Editor for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture.

  Patrick Cox    Patrick Cox  is an editor and reporter with  The World . For ten years, he co-produced and co-hosted  The World in Words , a podcast about languages and the people who speak them. This year, the Linguistic Society of America named him the recipient of its  Linguistics Journalism Award.

Patrick Cox

Patrick Cox is an editor and reporter with The World. For ten years, he co-produced and co-hosted The World in Words, a podcast about languages and the people who speak them. This year, the Linguistic Society of America named him the recipient of its Linguistics Journalism Award.

  Rachael Cusick    Rachael Cusick  is an assistant producer for the Special Projects Unit of  Radiolab , an award-winning public radio program that combines science, sound, and character-driven narratives. She graduated from Cornell with a degree in food science and journalism — which basically means she took all the fun, “design your own ice cream" science classes and then went running for the hills when chemistry came a-knocking. Before Radiolab, she spent time at NPR, Slate, and Politico.

Rachael Cusick

Rachael Cusick is an assistant producer for the Special Projects Unit of Radiolab, an award-winning public radio program that combines science, sound, and character-driven narratives. She graduated from Cornell with a degree in food science and journalism — which basically means she took all the fun, “design your own ice cream" science classes and then went running for the hills when chemistry came a-knocking. Before Radiolab, she spent time at NPR, Slate, and Politico.

  Lillian Cunningham    Lillian Cunningham  is a journalist with  The Washington Post  who has created and hosted two of the news organization’s most successful and ambitious podcasts. Her 2016 podcast, called “ Presidential ,” is a 44-episode series exploring the leadership and legacy of each American president. More recently, Lillian released a second podcast, called “ Constitutional ,” which explores the great fights over the U.S. Constitution throughout American history and some of the influential figures who shaped and reshaped the words and spirit of that document over time.

Lillian Cunningham

Lillian Cunningham is a journalist with The Washington Post who has created and hosted two of the news organization’s most successful and ambitious podcasts. Her 2016 podcast, called “Presidential,” is a 44-episode series exploring the leadership and legacy of each American president. More recently, Lillian released a second podcast, called “Constitutional,” which explores the great fights over the U.S. Constitution throughout American history and some of the influential figures who shaped and reshaped the words and spirit of that document over time.

  Ari Daniel    Ari Daniel  is Senior Digital Producer at NOVA where he both creates digital video content that showcases the science angle on current events and helps oversee digital video production more generally. Ari also produces live storytelling shows about science including the Boston branch of  Story Collider . He received his Ph.D. in Biological Oceanography from MIT and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and a Master’s degree in Animal Behavior from the University of St. Andrews. In the fifth grade, Ari won the “Most Contagious Smile” award.

Ari Daniel

Ari Daniel is Senior Digital Producer at NOVA where he both creates digital video content that showcases the science angle on current events and helps oversee digital video production more generally. Ari also produces live storytelling shows about science including the Boston branch of Story Collider. He received his Ph.D. in Biological Oceanography from MIT and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and a Master’s degree in Animal Behavior from the University of St. Andrews. In the fifth grade, Ari won the “Most Contagious Smile” award.

  Thomas Daly   Thomas Daly is the host of the  American Biography  podcast and a founding member and Executive Secretary of the  Agora Podcast Network . He previously published historical works for an online literary review website,  Open Letters Monthly  and has tutored high school students and undergraduates in US and World History since 2011.

Thomas Daly

Thomas Daly is the host of the American Biography podcast and a founding member and Executive Secretary of the Agora Podcast Network. He previously published historical works for an online literary review website, Open Letters Monthly and has tutored high school students and undergraduates in US and World History since 2011.

  Jennifer Dasal    Jennifer Dasal  is the host and creator of  ArtCurious , a show exposing the unexpected, the slightly odd, and the strangely wonderful in art history. ArtCurious is art history for all of us. Artcurious was recently named one of the best podcasts of 2018 by PC Magazine. Jennifer is also the associate curator of contemporary art at the North Carolina Museum of Art, where she has worked for the past ten years.

Jennifer Dasal

Jennifer Dasal is the host and creator of ArtCurious, a show exposing the unexpected, the slightly odd, and the strangely wonderful in art history. ArtCurious is art history for all of us. Artcurious was recently named one of the best podcasts of 2018 by PC Magazine. Jennifer is also the associate curator of contemporary art at the North Carolina Museum of Art, where she has worked for the past ten years.

  Richard Davies    Richard Davies  was at the Berlin Wall in 1989, on President-elect Clinton's campaign plane in 1992, and in the streets of lower Manhattan on the morning of the 9/11 attacks. On his first venture after reporting for ABC -  How Do We Fix It?  - Richard and fellow journalist, Jim Meigs, former Editor-in-Chief of Popular Mechanics, call on experts, and seek solutions to policy, politics, parenting and other matters of concern to all of us.

Richard Davies

Richard Davies was at the Berlin Wall in 1989, on President-elect Clinton's campaign plane in 1992, and in the streets of lower Manhattan on the morning of the 9/11 attacks. On his first venture after reporting for ABC - How Do We Fix It? - Richard and fellow journalist, Jim Meigs, former Editor-in-Chief of Popular Mechanics, call on experts, and seek solutions to policy, politics, parenting and other matters of concern to all of us.

  Zachary Davis    Zachary Davis  is the host and executive producer of  Ministry of Ideas  and the organizer of Sound Education. He is also a graduate student at Harvard Divinity School studying the philosophy of religion.

Zachary Davis

Zachary Davis is the host and executive producer of Ministry of Ideas and the organizer of Sound Education. He is also a graduate student at Harvard Divinity School studying the philosophy of religion.

  Nate DiMeo    Nate DiMeo  is the host of  The Memory Palace , a storytelling podcast and public radio segment about the past. It was named a finalist for a Peabody Award in 2016. He was the  Artist in Residence  at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for 2016/2017.

Nate DiMeo

Nate DiMeo is the host of The Memory Palace, a storytelling podcast and public radio segment about the past. It was named a finalist for a Peabody Award in 2016. He was the Artist in Residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for 2016/2017.

  Kerry Donahue    Kerry Donahue  is an experienced radio producer and the  director of the radio program  at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Her work has been heard on PRI, PRX, NPR, WNYC, WBGO, and Marketplace. A former executive producer at WNYC, Kerry was also an early podcast pioneer in her role as a producer of original content at Audible.com.

Kerry Donahue

Kerry Donahue is an experienced radio producer and the director of the radio program at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Her work has been heard on PRI, PRX, NPR, WNYC, WBGO, and Marketplace. A former executive producer at WNYC, Kerry was also an early podcast pioneer in her role as a producer of original content at Audible.com.

 
  Kathy Doyle    Kathy Doyle  is Vice President of Podcasting at  Macmillan Publishers , the only Big 5 publishing house with  a podcast network  dedicated to supporting its authors. She oversees top-ranked shows like  Steal the   Stars ,  Grammar Girl ,  Savvy Psychologist , &  Get-It-Done Guy .

Kathy Doyle

Kathy Doyle is Vice President of Podcasting at Macmillan Publishers, the only Big 5 publishing house with a podcast network dedicated to supporting its authors. She oversees top-ranked shows like Steal the Stars, Grammar Girl, Savvy Psychologist, & Get-It-Done Guy.

  Kate Ellis    Kate Ellis  investigates issues of race and inequality in her documentary work. Kate has produced numerous award-winning documentaries and podcasts, mainly for the national documentary unit of American Public Media,  APM Reports . Her most recent podcast series,  Order 9066  chronicles the history of the Japanese American incarceration during WWII. Kate is also the editor of the recently launched podcast series  Teaching While White.

Kate Ellis

Kate Ellis investigates issues of race and inequality in her documentary work. Kate has produced numerous award-winning documentaries and podcasts, mainly for the national documentary unit of American Public Media, APM Reports. Her most recent podcast series, Order 9066 chronicles the history of the Japanese American incarceration during WWII. Kate is also the editor of the recently launched podcast series Teaching While White.

  James Evans    James Evans  is the host and producer of the  Harvard on China  podcast at the  Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University . The podcast features interviews with leading academics and practitioners on China about their research and the state of China’s changing relations with the world.

James Evans

James Evans is the host and producer of the Harvard on China podcast at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University. The podcast features interviews with leading academics and practitioners on China about their research and the state of China’s changing relations with the world.

  Rhiannon Evans    Rhiannon Evans  is the co-host of the  Emperors of Rome  podcast and teaches Classics and Ancient History at La Trobe University. She has published articles on ancient ethnicity and a book on Roman utopias and dystopias and has a strong interest in both public scholarship and modern pedagogy in Classics.

Rhiannon Evans

Rhiannon Evans is the co-host of the Emperors of Rome podcast and teaches Classics and Ancient History at La Trobe University. She has published articles on ancient ethnicity and a book on Roman utopias and dystopias and has a strong interest in both public scholarship and modern pedagogy in Classics.

 
  Anna Fisher-Pinkert    Anna Fisher-Pinkert  is the producer host of  Veritalk , a podcast based at Harvard University's Graduate School of the Arts, where she is also the School's digital communications manager. She also has worked at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, WGBH's NOVA, the University of Virginia's BackStory Radio and WBUR's Radio Boston.

Anna Fisher-Pinkert

Anna Fisher-Pinkert is the producer host of Veritalk, a podcast based at Harvard University's Graduate School of the Arts, where she is also the School's digital communications manager. She also has worked at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, WGBH's NOVA, the University of Virginia's BackStory Radio and WBUR's Radio Boston.

  Mignon Fogarty    Mignon Fogarty  is the founder and host of the  Grammar Girl  podcast, five-time winner of Best Education Podcast in the  Podcast Awards . She is a  Podcasting Hall of Fame  inductee, her podcast is included in the Macmillan Learning digital education platform, and she was the chair of media entrepreneurship at the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada.

Mignon Fogarty

Mignon Fogarty is the founder and host of the Grammar Girl podcast, five-time winner of Best Education Podcast in the Podcast Awards. She is a Podcasting Hall of Fame inductee, her podcast is included in the Macmillan Learning digital education platform, and she was the chair of media entrepreneurship at the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada.

  Daniel Forkner    Daniel Forkner  is the co-host of  Ashes Ashes , a podcast about the end of the world. He studied finance and piano performance, and has sold commercial property and backpacked abroad. Now, he spends his time reading, thinking, and practicing jiu jitsu.

Daniel Forkner

Daniel Forkner is the co-host of Ashes Ashes, a podcast about the end of the world. He studied finance and piano performance, and has sold commercial property and backpacked abroad. Now, he spends his time reading, thinking, and practicing jiu jitsu.

 
  Debra Fowler    Debra Fowler  is a veteran (former) classroom teacher, U.S. Army veteran, documentary filmmaker, public speaker, and Co-founder and Executive Director of  History UnErased  (HUE), an education non-profit preparing K-12 educators to teach all students LGBT-inclusive history. `

Debra Fowler

Debra Fowler is a veteran (former) classroom teacher, U.S. Army veteran, documentary filmmaker, public speaker, and Co-founder and Executive Director of History UnErased (HUE), an education non-profit preparing K-12 educators to teach all students LGBT-inclusive history. `

  Karen Gage    Karen Gage , the COO of  Listenwise , an education technology industry veteran with a flair for understanding markets and client needs. She is known for delivering high impact strategy during her 15+ years leading marketing and product organizations. Karen was instrumental in helping create and evolve the learning management system industry – from the early introduction to a ubiquitous core technology in education. Most recently she was VP of Technology Products for Pearson’s School Achievement Services.

Karen Gage

Karen Gage, the COO of Listenwise, an education technology industry veteran with a flair for understanding markets and client needs. She is known for delivering high impact strategy during her 15+ years leading marketing and product organizations. Karen was instrumental in helping create and evolve the learning management system industry – from the early introduction to a ubiquitous core technology in education. Most recently she was VP of Technology Products for Pearson’s School Achievement Services.

  Pamela Gay    Dr. Pamela Gay  is an astronomer, podcaster, and creative who uses new and social media to engage people in learning and doing science. She is director of the CosmoQuest citizen science facility, and cohosts the 2018 Parsec award nominated  Astronomy Cast  podcast. She can generally be fond experimenting at the forefront of science communications or at the back end of an astronomy database.

Pamela Gay

Dr. Pamela Gay is an astronomer, podcaster, and creative who uses new and social media to engage people in learning and doing science. She is director of the CosmoQuest citizen science facility, and cohosts the 2018 Parsec award nominated Astronomy Cast podcast. She can generally be fond experimenting at the forefront of science communications or at the back end of an astronomy database.

  Dana Gerber-Margie    Dana Gerber-Margie  listens to podcasts while living in Madison, Wisconsin. She earned her Master's in Library & Information Studies at UW-Madison, and has worked as an A/V Archivist for WiLS and the  Wisconsin Historical Society . She is the co-founder and co-editor of the  Bello Collective , a publication about podcasts and storytelling.

Dana Gerber-Margie

Dana Gerber-Margie listens to podcasts while living in Madison, Wisconsin. She earned her Master's in Library & Information Studies at UW-Madison, and has worked as an A/V Archivist for WiLS and the Wisconsin Historical Society. She is the co-founder and co-editor of the Bello Collective, a publication about podcasts and storytelling.

 
  Cynthia Graber    Cynthia Graber  is co-host and co-founder of  Gastropod , the award-winning podcast about the science and history of food. Prior to her work on Gastropod, Cynthia worked as a radio and print reporter and producer, covering food and science around the world. Her work has appeared on PRI's The World and Studio 360, among many others, and in the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, WIRED, Slate, Mother Jones and many other outlets.

Cynthia Graber

Cynthia Graber is co-host and co-founder of Gastropod, the award-winning podcast about the science and history of food. Prior to her work on Gastropod, Cynthia worked as a radio and print reporter and producer, covering food and science around the world. Her work has appeared on PRI's The World and Studio 360, among many others, and in the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, WIRED, Slate, Mother Jones and many other outlets.

  Avi Green    Avi Green  is a co-host of  No Jargon , the Scholars Strategy Network's podcast featuring weekly interviews with America's top researchers on the politics, policy problems, and social issues facing the nation. He is also the the Scholars Strategy Network's executive director. Avi studied at Columbia University (BA Religion and Mathematics) and Harvard University (Masters in Public Policy).

Avi Green

Avi Green is a co-host of No Jargon, the Scholars Strategy Network's podcast featuring weekly interviews with America's top researchers on the politics, policy problems, and social issues facing the nation. He is also the the Scholars Strategy Network's executive director. Avi studied at Columbia University (BA Religion and Mathematics) and Harvard University (Masters in Public Policy).

  Anya Grundmann   As Senior Vice President for Programming and Audience Development,  Anya Grundmann  leads NPR's programming center to create and acquire the highest quality content offerings that will engage and grow public radio's audience on Member stations across the country, and inspire new levels of engagement with audiences on digital platforms.

Anya Grundmann

As Senior Vice President for Programming and Audience Development, Anya Grundmann leads NPR's programming center to create and acquire the highest quality content offerings that will engage and grow public radio's audience on Member stations across the country, and inspire new levels of engagement with audiences on digital platforms.

  Meredith Halpern-Ranzer    Meredith Halpern-Ranzer  is an Emmy-nominated children’s media executive and Chief Executive Tinkerer at  Tinkercast , the company and the creators behind #1 kids podcast  Wow in the World  and the new podcast  Highlights Hangout . Previously, Meredith was VP of Creative and Executive Producer of the  Sprout Channel  from 2005 to 2015. Prior to joining Sprout, Meredith learned the answer to the burning question of her childhood when she found out how to get, how to get to Sesame Street where she worked for eight years as a producer and editor. She is a founding member and on the Board of Advisors of Children’s Media Association.

Meredith Halpern-Ranzer

Meredith Halpern-Ranzer is an Emmy-nominated children’s media executive and Chief Executive Tinkerer at Tinkercast, the company and the creators behind #1 kids podcast Wow in the World and the new podcast Highlights Hangout. Previously, Meredith was VP of Creative and Executive Producer of the Sprout Channel from 2005 to 2015. Prior to joining Sprout, Meredith learned the answer to the burning question of her childhood when she found out how to get, how to get to Sesame Street where she worked for eight years as a producer and editor. She is a founding member and on the Board of Advisors of Children’s Media Association.

 
  Amy Hanlon   Hailing from Dundee, Scotland, Amy Hanlon is half of  Lexitecture , a podcast about words. A former English teacher turned yoga teacher and bodyworker, Amy is passionate about language, education, self-love and teaching people how to breathe.

Amy Hanlon

Hailing from Dundee, Scotland, Amy Hanlon is half of Lexitecture, a podcast about words. A former English teacher turned yoga teacher and bodyworker, Amy is passionate about language, education, self-love and teaching people how to breathe.

  Alex Hannaford    Alex Hannaford  began his career in journalism at  South China Morning Post  in Hong Kong and the  Lymington Times in England. He’s written about the death penalty, harsh sentencing, religion, culture and human rights issues for the  Sunday Times ,  The Guardian ,  GQ ,  The Atlantic , and the  Texas Observer . Hannaford is also the host of the  Audioboom  Original podcast,  Dead Man Talking , which investigates the confessions of notorious serial killer, Angel Resendiz (AKA The Railroad Killer).

Alex Hannaford

Alex Hannaford began his career in journalism at South China Morning Post in Hong Kong and the Lymington Timesin England. He’s written about the death penalty, harsh sentencing, religion, culture and human rights issues for the Sunday Times, The Guardian, GQ, The Atlantic, and the Texas Observer. Hannaford is also the host of the Audioboom Original podcast, Dead Man Talking, which investigates the confessions of notorious serial killer, Angel Resendiz (AKA The Railroad Killer).

  Samuel Hansen    Samuel Hansen  is the host and producer of the podcast  Relatively Prime: Stories from the Mathematical Domain , as well as a graduate student in Library Science at the University of Wisconsin, Madison iSchool. They have been producing podcasts about science and mathematics since 2009, and more recently have been part of creating a podcast archive for academic research called PodcastRE.

Samuel Hansen

Samuel Hansen is the host and producer of the podcast Relatively Prime: Stories from the Mathematical Domain, as well as a graduate student in Library Science at the University of Wisconsin, Madison iSchool. They have been producing podcasts about science and mathematics since 2009, and more recently have been part of creating a podcast archive for academic research called PodcastRE.

  Brad Harris    Brad Harris  is the host of  Context , a show that explores the rise of the modern world. In 2016 he started the show  How It Began . Brad earned his PhD in 2015 at Stanford University in the history of science and technology.

Brad Harris

Brad Harris is the host of Context, a show that explores the rise of the modern world. In 2016 he started the show How It Began. Brad earned his PhD in 2015 at Stanford University in the history of science and technology.

 
  James Heathers    James Heathers  is the co-host of  Everything Hertz , a podcast about early-career academic life. He is a postdoctoral fellow at Northeastern University, and has a PhD in psychophysiology from the University of Sydney.

James Heathers

James Heathers is the co-host of Everything Hertz, a podcast about early-career academic life. He is a postdoctoral fellow at Northeastern University, and has a PhD in psychophysiology from the University of Sydney.

  Ellen Hendriksen    Ellen Hendriksen  is the writer and host for  Savvy Psychologist  from the QDT Network. Since 2014, the show has helped listeners meet life's challenges with evidence-based research, a sympathetic ear, and zero judgment. She is also a clinical psychologist at Boston University's Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders and author of  How to Be Yourself: Quiet Your Inner Critic and Rise Above Social Anxiety .

Ellen Hendriksen

Ellen Hendriksen is the writer and host for Savvy Psychologist from the QDT Network. Since 2014, the show has helped listeners meet life's challenges with evidence-based research, a sympathetic ear, and zero judgment. She is also a clinical psychologist at Boston University's Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders and author of How to Be Yourself: Quiet Your Inner Critic and Rise Above Social Anxiety.

  Blair Hodges    Blair Hodges  is producer, editor, and host of the  Maxwell Institute Podcast . The show features in-depth interviews with top writers and scholars of religion like Marilynne Robinson, N. T. Wright, Robert Orsi, and Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. He received a bachelor’s degree in public communications from the University of Utah and completed his master’s degree in religious studies at Georgetown University.

Blair Hodges

Blair Hodges is producer, editor, and host of the Maxwell Institute Podcast. The show features in-depth interviews with top writers and scholars of religion like Marilynne Robinson, N. T. Wright, Robert Orsi, and Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. He received a bachelor’s degree in public communications from the University of Utah and completed his master’s degree in religious studies at Georgetown University.

  Kerri Hoffman    Kerri Hoffman  is the CEO of  PRX , a company that’s shaping the future of public media content, talent and technology. She played a key role in the building and evolution of PRX, and headed up the launch of  Radiotopia , a podcast collective of 14 diverse, independent, story-driven shows, anchored by 99% Invisible from Roman Mars. She is active in her community in Northfield, VT where she lives with her family.

Kerri Hoffman

Kerri Hoffman is the CEO of PRX, a company that’s shaping the future of public media content, talent and technology. She played a key role in the building and evolution of PRX, and headed up the launch of Radiotopia, a podcast collective of 14 diverse, independent, story-driven shows, anchored by 99% Invisible from Roman Mars. She is active in her community in Northfield, VT where she lives with her family.

 
  Christopher Hope   Microbiology lab assistant, radio dj, and former Human Rights Commissioner,  Hope  is passionate about revolutionizing the way we connect with underrepresented people from marginalized communities. Hope also brings Harvard Divinity School training, and radio/recording skills to the team.

Christopher Hope

Microbiology lab assistant, radio dj, and former Human Rights Commissioner, Hope is passionate about revolutionizing the way we connect with underrepresented people from marginalized communities. Hope also brings Harvard Divinity School training, and radio/recording skills to the team.

  Kelly Horan    Kelly Horan  is the senior producer and a senior reporter of  Last Seen  ,  a true-crime podcast about the most valuable — and confounding — art heist in history: the theft of 13 irreplaceable artworks from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. A longtime WBUR  editor  and  producer , Horan's work has been recognized with awards from the Associated Press and the Radio Television Digital News Association. She has written for  The Boston Globe ,  Yankee Magazine ,  Gastronomica ,  The Boston Phoenix  and others.

Kelly Horan

Kelly Horan is the senior producer and a senior reporter of Last Seen, a true-crime podcast about the most valuable — and confounding — art heist in history: the theft of 13 irreplaceable artworks from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. A longtime WBUR editor and producer, Horan's work has been recognized with awards from the Associated Press and the Radio Television Digital News Association. She has written for The Boston Globe, Yankee Magazine, Gastronomica, The Boston Phoenix and others.

  Benjamin Jacobs   By day,  Benjamin Jacobs  is a somewhat cantankerous urban planner working in Rhode Island. By night, he is the creative force behind  Wittenberg to Westphalia: the Wars of the Reformation , a podcast which delves into the sources of religious conflict in the early modern period and its impact on state formation in Europe. Ben has a Masters of City and Regional Planning from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and received his BA in International Relations from Worcester, Massachusetts' Clark University.

Benjamin Jacobs

By day, Benjamin Jacobs is a somewhat cantankerous urban planner working in Rhode Island. By night, he is the creative force behind Wittenberg to Westphalia: the Wars of the Reformation, a podcast which delves into the sources of religious conflict in the early modern period and its impact on state formation in Europe. Ben has a Masters of City and Regional Planning from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and received his BA in International Relations from Worcester, Massachusetts' Clark University.

  Catherine de Medici Jaffee    Catherine de Medici Jaffee  is the founder of  House of Pod (HOP) , a company dedicated to growing world-class podcasters in Denver, Colorado. She is also the Executive Producer of  SAPIENS: A Podcast for Everything Human , a producer for Mile High Hustle, and the Executive Director of AMPED, a new audio education non-profit. Prior to starting HOP, Cat was a National Geographic Explorer, a Fulbright scholar, and a Marketing Director, Advisor and Organizer for Unreasonable Group, Re:Vision, Narrative 4, and  350.org .

Catherine de Medici Jaffee

Catherine de Medici Jaffee is the founder of House of Pod (HOP), a company dedicated to growing world-class podcasters in Denver, Colorado. She is also the Executive Producer of SAPIENS: A Podcast for Everything Human, a producer for Mile High Hustle, and the Executive Director of AMPED, a new audio education non-profit. Prior to starting HOP, Cat was a National Geographic Explorer, a Fulbright scholar, and a Marketing Director, Advisor and Organizer for Unreasonable Group, Re:Vision, Narrative 4, and 350.org.

 
  Meredith Johnson    Meredith Johnson  is the creator, host, and producer of  Origin Stories , an award-winning podcast about how we became human. She is also the communications director for the Leakey Foundation, a nonprofit organization that funds human origins research and shares discoveries.

Meredith Johnson

Meredith Johnson is the creator, host, and producer of Origin Stories, an award-winning podcast about how we became human. She is also the communications director for the Leakey Foundation, a nonprofit organization that funds human origins research and shares discoveries.

  Alex Kapelman    Alex Kapelman  is an adjunct professor of audio reportage at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at NYU. He has produced content for and with WNYC, KCRW, Audible, and Gimlet Media. His audio work has been featured in publications like NPR, The Atlantic, New York Magazine, and BuzzFeed; he has also been tapped as a contributor to NPR. Alex co-founded and co-produces  Pitch , a critically acclaimed narrative podcast series, and is the founder of  Podcast Love .

Alex Kapelman

Alex Kapelman is an adjunct professor of audio reportage at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at NYU. He has produced content for and with WNYC, KCRW, Audible, and Gimlet Media. His audio work has been featured in publications like NPR, The Atlantic, New York Magazine, and BuzzFeed; he has also been tapped as a contributor to NPR. Alex co-founded and co-produces Pitch, a critically acclaimed narrative podcast series, and is the founder of Podcast Love.

  Dylan Keefe    Dylan Keefe  is the Director of Sound Design at  Radiolab , as well as the bassist and one of the founding members of the multi-platinum selling alternative rock band  Marcy Playground .

Dylan Keefe

Dylan Keefe is the Director of Sound Design at Radiolab, as well as the bassist and one of the founding members of the multi-platinum selling alternative rock band Marcy Playground.

  Elizabeth Keohane-Burbridge    Elizabeth Keohane-Burbridge  is the producer of  Footnoting History , a podcast she created to bring history’s more obscure (yet fascinating) people and events to public attention. She received her PhD in medieval and early modern history from Fordham University, and currently teaches at Woodward Academy near Atlanta, Georgia.

Elizabeth Keohane-Burbridge

Elizabeth Keohane-Burbridge is the producer of Footnoting History, a podcast she created to bring history’s more obscure (yet fascinating) people and events to public attention. She received her PhD in medieval and early modern history from Fordham University, and currently teaches at Woodward Academy near Atlanta, Georgia.

 
  Mary Kidd    Mary Kidd  is an archivist and illustrator. By day, she works for  New York Public Library's Special Collections Division . She has worked on audio/visual preservation projects for New York Public Radio, the Magic Shop Recording Studio, and the XFR Collective, a non-profit organization that transfers at-risk media off magnetic tapes to digital format for individuals and groups with limited means. She enjoys creating drawings, zines, gifs, and other artful tidbits to make archiving, and the technology that supports it, accessible, approachable and fun for everyone.

Mary Kidd

Mary Kidd is an archivist and illustrator. By day, she works for New York Public Library's Special Collections Division. She has worked on audio/visual preservation projects for New York Public Radio, the Magic Shop Recording Studio, and the XFR Collective, a non-profit organization that transfers at-risk media off magnetic tapes to digital format for individuals and groups with limited means. She enjoys creating drawings, zines, gifs, and other artful tidbits to make archiving, and the technology that supports it, accessible, approachable and fun for everyone.

  CJ Killmer    CJ Killmer  holds an M.A. degree in history and has been teaching at the college level since 2006. Since 2014, he has also been hosting and producing the  Dangerous History Podcast .

CJ Killmer

CJ Killmer holds an M.A. degree in history and has been teaching at the college level since 2006. Since 2014, he has also been hosting and producing the Dangerous History Podcast.

  Rachel Kipp   Rachel Kipp is co-host and associate editorial director of  Knowledge@Wharton , the business and economics-focused podcast and website at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She previously worked as a newspaper reporter for eight years.

Rachel Kipp

Rachel Kipp is co-host and associate editorial director of Knowledge@Wharton, the business and economics-focused podcast and website at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She previously worked as a newspaper reporter for eight years.

  Zoë Kontes    Zoë Kontes  is associate professor of Classics at Kenyon College, where her research and award-winning teaching focus on classical archaeology and issues of cultural property. She is the producer and host of  Looted , a narrative podcast series on the illicit trade in antiquities, which also draws on her experience as a college radio DJ.

Zoë Kontes

Zoë Kontes is associate professor of Classics at Kenyon College, where her research and award-winning teaching focus on classical archaeology and issues of cultural property. She is the producer and host of Looted, a narrative podcast series on the illicit trade in antiquities, which also draws on her experience as a college radio DJ.

 
  Jessica Kupferman    Jessica Kupferman  is the Head of Marketing at  Podcast Websites , co-host of the  Brilliant Observations  podcast, the co-founder of  She Podcasts  and the former owner of  j/k media , a specialist podcast advertising agency which she sold in early 2018.

Jessica Kupferman

Jessica Kupferman is the Head of Marketing at Podcast Websites, co-host of the Brilliant Observations podcast, the co-founder of She Podcasts and the former owner of j/k media, a specialist podcast advertising agency which she sold in early 2018.

  Barry Lam    Barry Lam  is a professor of philosophy at Vassar College, where he also is the executive producer and host of the podcast,  Hi-Phi Nation .

Barry Lam

Barry Lam is a professor of philosophy at Vassar College, where he also is the executive producer and host of the podcast, Hi-Phi Nation.

  James Landes    James Landes  is the creator and host of the  Wholly Orders  philosophy podcast, which takes a fresh look at the Western philosophical, poetic, and contemplative tradition through a perspective of nondual thinking. He earned his Ph.D. in German literature from the University of Kansas in 2014, writing on Goethe’s early Faust fragment, the so-called “Urfaust.”

James Landes

James Landes is the creator and host of the Wholly Orders philosophy podcast, which takes a fresh look at the Western philosophical, poetic, and contemplative tradition through a perspective of nondual thinking. He earned his Ph.D. in German literature from the University of Kansas in 2014, writing on Goethe’s early Faust fragment, the so-called “Urfaust.”

  Juleyka Lantigua-Williams   In 2017,  Juleyka  founded a digital media studio,  Lantigua Williams & Co.,  after 18+ years in media (NPR, The Atlantic). Its mission is to support and amplify the work of creators of color in digital audio and film. Within months of launching, Lantigua-Williams & Co. was awarded a grant from the MacArthur Foundation's Safety and Justice Challenge to create a podcast (70 Million) to chronicle criminal justice reform from the ground up around the country. Juleyka earned a masters in print journalism from Boston University and an MFA in creative writing from Goddard College. A Fulbright Scholar and John Jay/Tow Criminal Justice Reporting Fellow, she has made spreading knowledge about the need for criminal justice reform a central tenet of her life's work.

Juleyka Lantigua-Williams

In 2017, Juleyka founded a digital media studio, Lantigua Williams & Co., after 18+ years in media (NPR, The Atlantic). Its mission is to support and amplify the work of creators of color in digital audio and film. Within months of launching, Lantigua-Williams & Co. was awarded a grant from the MacArthur Foundation's Safety and Justice Challenge to create a podcast (70 Million) to chronicle criminal justice reform from the ground up around the country. Juleyka earned a masters in print journalism from Boston University and an MFA in creative writing from Goddard College. A Fulbright Scholar and John Jay/Tow Criminal Justice Reporting Fellow, she has made spreading knowledge about the need for criminal justice reform a central tenet of her life's work.

  Andrew Leland   Andrew Leland hosts and produces the  Organist , an arts-and-culture podcast for McSweeney’s and KCRW. He recently  wrote  about Joe Frank and “the radio auteur” for the  NYR Daily.  He’s a contributing editor of the  Believer,  and teaches audio and magazine writing in the Journalism Department at UMass-Amherst.

Andrew Leland

Andrew Leland hosts and produces the Organist, an arts-and-culture podcast for McSweeney’s and KCRW. He recently wrote about Joe Frank and “the radio auteur” for the NYR Daily. He’s a contributing editor of the Believer, and teaches audio and magazine writing in the Journalism Department at UMass-Amherst.

  Ariel Liu   Ariel Liu is the COO of Himalaya, the international branch of Ximalaya. Ximalaya is the leading podcast and audio education platform started in Asia with 470 million installs and 5 million creators.

Ariel Liu

Ariel Liu is the COO of Himalaya, the international branch of Ximalaya. Ximalaya is the leading podcast and audio education platform started in Asia with 470 million installs and 5 million creators.

  Nathaniel Lloyd    Nathaniel Lloyd  is the creator and host of  Historical Blindness , a podcast that looks critically at the mysteries, hoaxes, and outlandish theories that riddle history. He lives with his beautiful wife and daughter in California, where he teaches composition and critical thinking, and  his first book , a historical novel depicting the beginning of Mormonism from a skeptical perspective, is available on Amazon.

Nathaniel Lloyd

Nathaniel Lloyd is the creator and host of Historical Blindness, a podcast that looks critically at the mysteries, hoaxes, and outlandish theories that riddle history. He lives with his beautiful wife and daughter in California, where he teaches composition and critical thinking, and his first book, a historical novel depicting the beginning of Mormonism from a skeptical perspective, is available on Amazon.

  Mia Lobel   Mia Lobel is a the Executive Producer of Malcolm Gladwell's  Revisionist History , the serialized narrative  Empire on Blood , and the upcoming Broken Record. She's also an adjunct professor at the  Newmark Graduate School of Journalism  at CUNY.

Mia Lobel

Mia Lobel is a the Executive Producer of Malcolm Gladwell's Revisionist History, the serialized narrative Empire on Blood, and the upcoming Broken Record. She's also an adjunct professor at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.

 
  Ashley Lusk    Ashley Lusk  is the Director of Marketing and Audience Development at  New York Public Radio , and an editor at  Bello Collective.

Ashley Lusk

Ashley Lusk is the Director of Marketing and Audience Development at New York Public Radio, and an editor at Bello Collective.

  Christopher Lydon    Christopher Lydon  is the host of  Open Source . He covered politics for  The   New York Times  from the Washington bureau in the 1970s. He hosted  The Ten O’Clock News  on WGBH TV through the 1980s, and he co-founded and hosted  The Connection  on WBUR in the ’90s. He recorded the original podcast in 2003 with Dave Winer.

Christopher Lydon

Christopher Lydon is the host of Open Source. He covered politics for The New York Times from the Washington bureau in the 1970s. He hosted The Ten O’Clock News on WGBH TV through the 1980s, and he co-founded and hosted The Connection on WBUR in the ’90s. He recorded the original podcast in 2003 with Dave Winer.

  Kareem Maddox   Kareem is a producer for The Pitch from Gimlet Media. He has hosted, produced and written for NPR-member stations KUNC, CPR and KCRW. He also also moonlights as a professional 3x3 basketball player, trying to make the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. He graduated from Princeton University in 2011 with a degree in English Literature. A degree that he will assure you he DOES use quite regularly.

Kareem Maddox

Kareem is a producer for The Pitch from Gimlet Media. He has hosted, produced and written for NPR-member stations KUNC, CPR and KCRW. He also also moonlights as a professional 3x3 basketball player, trying to make the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. He graduated from Princeton University in 2011 with a degree in English Literature. A degree that he will assure you he DOES use quite regularly.

  Chris Martin    Chris C. Martin  is the host of  Half Hour of Heterodoxy , a  Heterodox Academy  podcast about issues that lie at the intersection of tolerance, ideology, and social-science research. He has a PhD in sociology from Emory University and a master's degree in psychology from the College of William and Mary. He is currently a post-doctoral fellow in learning sciences at Georgia Tech, where he teaches a course on happiness.

Chris Martin

Chris C. Martin is the host of Half Hour of Heterodoxy, a Heterodox Academy podcast about issues that lie at the intersection of tolerance, ideology, and social-science research. He has a PhD in sociology from Emory University and a master's degree in psychology from the College of William and Mary. He is currently a post-doctoral fellow in learning sciences at Georgia Tech, where he teaches a course on happiness.

 
  Cris Martin    Cris Martin  is the host of “ The Eurasian Enigma ” podcast at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University. At the Davis Center, Cris works to disseminate knowledge and research on Russia and Eurasia to a variety of constituencies, including undergraduate students, local K-12 teachers and students, and the broader community.

Cris Martin

Cris Martin is the host of “The Eurasian Enigma” podcast at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University. At the Davis Center, Cris works to disseminate knowledge and research on Russia and Eurasia to a variety of constituencies, including undergraduate students, local K-12 teachers and students, and the broader community.

  Phillip Martin    Phillip Martin  is Senior Investigative Reporter for WGBH News and a contributing reporter to PRI’s The World, a co-production of WGBH, the BBC and PRI; a program, which he helped develop as a senior producer in 1995. Martin, a former Harvard Nieman Fellow, is the host of  Heat and Ligh t, a six-episode limited series podcast from  The Conversation  that explores lesser known stories of 1968. He is the winner of a national Edward R. Murrow Award and the Society of Professional Journalists Award for investigative reporting.

Phillip Martin

Phillip Martin is Senior Investigative Reporter for WGBH News and a contributing reporter to PRI’s The World, a co-production of WGBH, the BBC and PRI; a program, which he helped develop as a senior producer in 1995. Martin, a former Harvard Nieman Fellow, is the host of Heat and Light, a six-episode limited series podcast from The Conversation that explores lesser known stories of 1968. He is the winner of a national Edward R. Murrow Award and the Society of Professional Journalists Award for investigative reporting.

  Annie McEwen    Annie McEwen  is a producer at WNYC's  Radiolab . Before coming to Radiolab, Annie was an independent producer living and working in St. John's, NL. She learned to speak radio first from Chris Brookes at Battery Radio, and then from Rob Rosenthal at the Transom Story Workshop.

Annie McEwen

Annie McEwen is a producer at WNYC's Radiolab. Before coming to Radiolab, Annie was an independent producer living and working in St. John's, NL. She learned to speak radio first from Chris Brookes at Battery Radio, and then from Rob Rosenthal at the Transom Story Workshop.

  Aven McMaster    Aven McMaster  is an Assistant Professor at Thorneloe University at Laurentian and the Chair of the Department of Ancient Studies. Her areas of interest include Latin poetry, gender and sexuality, and reception studies. She is the co-host of the  Endless Knot Podcast,  and helps produce videos for the  Alliterative YouTube channel  about language, linguistics, history, and more. She has PhD in Classics from the University of Toronto.

Aven McMaster

Aven McMaster is an Assistant Professor at Thorneloe University at Laurentian and the Chair of the Department of Ancient Studies. Her areas of interest include Latin poetry, gender and sexuality, and reception studies. She is the co-host of the Endless Knot Podcast, and helps produce videos for the Alliterative YouTube channel about language, linguistics, history, and more. She has PhD in Classics from the University of Toronto.

 
  Adam McNeil    Adam McNeil  is a first year PhD student in History focusing on Black Women's Intellectual History at the University of Delaware and host of  New Books in African American Studies .

Adam McNeil

Adam McNeil is a first year PhD student in History focusing on Black Women's Intellectual History at the University of Delaware and host of New Books in African American Studies.

  Doug Metzger   Doug Metzger is the host of  Literature and History,  an introduction to Anglophone literature, from ancient times to the present. Each program contains introductions, summaries, historical context, and original music. Doug has a PhD in literature from UC Davis, with a specialty in 19th-century realism and postbellum US philosophy.

Doug Metzger

Doug Metzger is the host of Literature and History, an introduction to Anglophone literature, from ancient times to the present. Each program contains introductions, summaries, historical context, and original music. Doug has a PhD in literature from UC Davis, with a specialty in 19th-century realism and postbellum US philosophy.

  Annie Minoff    Annie Minoff  is the co-host and producer of Science Friday's narrative podcast,  Undiscovered . Before that, she was a producer for WNYC Studio's  Science Friday  and WBEZ's  Sound Opinions .

Annie Minoff

Annie Minoff is the co-host and producer of Science Friday's narrative podcast, Undiscovered. Before that, she was a producer for WNYC Studio's Science Friday and WBEZ's Sound Opinions.

  Laszlo Montgomery    Laszlo Montgomery  is the founder of Teacup Media and host of the  China History Podcast . His popular podcast explores a wide range of topics related to Chinese history, from ancient dynasties to American-style Chinese food. His channel also ran three seasons of the  Chinese Sayings  podcast, which provided the historical roots and contexts for various Chinese idioms and phrases.

Laszlo Montgomery

Laszlo Montgomery is the founder of Teacup Media and host of the China History Podcast. His popular podcast explores a wide range of topics related to Chinese history, from ancient dynasties to American-style Chinese food. His channel also ran three seasons of the Chinese Sayings podcast, which provided the historical roots and contexts for various Chinese idioms and phrases.

 
  Diane Moore   Diane L. Moore is the founding director of the  Religious Literacy Project , a senior fellow at the  Center for the Study of World Religions , and a Faculty Affiliate of the  Middle East Initiative . She focuses her research on enhancing the public understanding of religion through education from the lens of critical theory.

Diane Moore

Diane L. Moore is the founding director of the Religious Literacy Project, a senior fellow at the Center for the Study of World Religions, and a Faculty Affiliate of the Middle East Initiative. She focuses her research on enhancing the public understanding of religion through education from the lens of critical theory.

  Chris Mottes    Chris Mottes  has 30 years of experience in media production, entrepreneurship, management and business development in London, Stockholm and Copenhagen. Before joining the  Hindenburg  in 2010 as CEO, Chris successfully founded several media companies including Deadline Film and TV, Deadline Games, Vision Park Entertainment and Six Ravens Capital.

Chris Mottes

Chris Mottes has 30 years of experience in media production, entrepreneurship, management and business development in London, Stockholm and Copenhagen. Before joining the Hindenburg in 2010 as CEO, Chris successfully founded several media companies including Deadline Film and TV, Deadline Games, Vision Park Entertainment and Six Ravens Capital.

  Christopher Nesi    Christopher J. Nesi  is certified in social studies and supervision in New Jersey and has inspired students and teachers at the middle, high school, and collegiate levels. Technology and its role in education are his professional passion. Mr. Nesi hosts the  House of #EdTech Podcast,  which explores how technology is changing the way teachers teach and the impact that technology is having in education. He is also the co-host of the  PodcastPD  Podcast. In 2015, he launched the  Education Podcast Network .

Christopher Nesi

Christopher J. Nesi is certified in social studies and supervision in New Jersey and has inspired students and teachers at the middle, high school, and collegiate levels. Technology and its role in education are his professional passion. Mr. Nesi hosts the House of #EdTech Podcast, which explores how technology is changing the way teachers teach and the impact that technology is having in education. He is also the co-host of the PodcastPD Podcast. In 2015, he launched the Education Podcast Network.

  Eric Nuzum    Eric Nuzum  is a media consultant and creator of iconic podcasts. Over the past 12 years, he has made podcasts that routinely top the charts, appear in yearly “best of” lists, win awards, and generate hundreds of millions of downloads. He has lead the podcast and original content efforts at NPR, Audible (an Amazon company), and now as a consultant and independent podcast maker. Eric is currently writing the first published book on audio and podcasting creation, titled  Think Like They Listen , for publication by Workman Publishing in 2019.

Eric Nuzum

Eric Nuzum is a media consultant and creator of iconic podcasts. Over the past 12 years, he has made podcasts that routinely top the charts, appear in yearly “best of” lists, win awards, and generate hundreds of millions of downloads. He has lead the podcast and original content efforts at NPR, Audible (an Amazon company), and now as a consultant and independent podcast maker. Eric is currently writing the first published book on audio and podcasting creation, titled Think Like They Listen, for publication by Workman Publishing in 2019.

 
  Edward O’Donnell    Edward T. O’Donnell  hosts the U.S. history podcast,   In The Past Lane.   In his spare time he is a history professor and department chair at Holy Cross College in Worcester, MA and writer of books, including  Henry George and the Crisis of Inequality: Progress and Poverty in the Gilded Age  (Columbia, 2015) and (co-author)  Visions of America: A History of the United States  (Pearson, 2016).

Edward O’Donnell

Edward T. O’Donnell hosts the U.S. history podcast, In The Past Lane. In his spare time he is a history professor and department chair at Holy Cross College in Worcester, MA and writer of books, including Henry George and the Crisis of Inequality: Progress and Poverty in the Gilded Age (Columbia, 2015) and (co-author) Visions of America: A History of the United States (Pearson, 2016).

  Nathan Otoski    Nathan Otoski , Head of Marketing at  HowStuffWorks , has been connecting audiences to content, products and services for over 18 years. Prior to his role at HowStuffWorks, he built his digital marketing expertise working for technology, entertainment and youth culture brands including Sony PlayStation, Cartoon Network and Cox Communications. A pop culture connoisseur, Otoski has been into podcasts since 2007 and thinks you should be listening to  Culture Kings .

Nathan Otoski

Nathan Otoski, Head of Marketing at HowStuffWorks, has been connecting audiences to content, products and services for over 18 years. Prior to his role at HowStuffWorks, he built his digital marketing expertise working for technology, entertainment and youth culture brands including Sony PlayStation, Cartoon Network and Cox Communications. A pop culture connoisseur, Otoski has been into podcasts since 2007 and thinks you should be listening to Culture Kings.

  Alexander Overington    Alexander Overington  is the composer and Technical Director of Radiolab Presents:  More Perfect . Before joining More Perfect, he produced and co-created Peabody Award-winning  Meet the Composer    for WQXR. He also served as in-house composer for WNYC Studios, helping to launch several shows including Nancy and 2 Dope Queens. After graduating from Oberlin Conservatory, Alex apprenticed under Valgeir Sigurðsson and Ben Frost at  Greenhouse Studios  in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Alexander Overington

Alexander Overington is the composer and Technical Director of Radiolab Presents: More Perfect. Before joining More Perfect, he produced and co-created Peabody Award-winning Meet the Composer for WQXR. He also served as in-house composer for WNYC Studios, helping to launch several shows including Nancy and 2 Dope Queens. After graduating from Oberlin Conservatory, Alex apprenticed under Valgeir Sigurðsson and Ben Frost at Greenhouse Studios in Reykjavik, Iceland.

  Ryan Paulsen    Ryan Paulsen  co-hosts  Lexitecture , an etymology podcast, with his Scottish friend Amy Hanlon. The two friends met while teaching English in South Korea, and started their show in the spring of 2018. Ryan has a Master of Theological Studies degree, spent six years working as a journalist in his home province of Ontario, and is currently studying law at the University of Ottawa.

Ryan Paulsen

Ryan Paulsen co-hosts Lexitecture, an etymology podcast, with his Scottish friend Amy Hanlon. The two friends met while teaching English in South Korea, and started their show in the spring of 2018. Ryan has a Master of Theological Studies degree, spent six years working as a journalist in his home province of Ontario, and is currently studying law at the University of Ottawa.

 
  Rob Peterson    Rob Peterson  is a veteran of the broadcast industry, having worked for  Westwood One  in both marketing and media analytics. While there, he helped coordinate the company’s transition into on-demand audio and podcasting. In 2017 he joined  Audioboom  as the Director, Audience Acquisition where he supervises the promotion of original and co-produced podcasts including  Blank Check ,  Covert ,  Dead Man Talking ,  Mafia ,  Mission To Zyxx ,  Night Call , Teachers and Truth vs Hollywood.

Rob Peterson

Rob Peterson is a veteran of the broadcast industry, having worked for Westwood One in both marketing and media analytics. While there, he helped coordinate the company’s transition into on-demand audio and podcasting. In 2017 he joined Audioboom as the Director, Audience Acquisition where he supervises the promotion of original and co-produced podcasts including Blank Check, Covert, Dead Man Talking, Mafia, Mission To Zyxx, Night Call, Teachers and Truth vs Hollywood.

  Ma'ayan Plaut    Ma'ayan Plaut  is the Content Strategist & Podcast Librarian at  RadioPublic  and contributing writer for the  Bello Collective . Before joining RadioPublic, Ma'ayan managed and developed award-winning social media and marketing projects for Oberlin College. She presented at dozens of higher education conferences including the CASE Social Media and Community conference, the Confab Higher Ed conference, and the Higher Education Web Professionals conference on digital and content strategy.

Ma'ayan Plaut

Ma'ayan Plaut is the Content Strategist & Podcast Librarian at RadioPublic and contributing writer for the Bello Collective. Before joining RadioPublic, Ma'ayan managed and developed award-winning social media and marketing projects for Oberlin College. She presented at dozens of higher education conferences including the CASE Social Media and Community conference, the Confab Higher Ed conference, and the Higher Education Web Professionals conference on digital and content strategy.

  Marshall Poe    Marshall Poe  is the founder and editor-in-chief of the  New Books Network , a consortium of author-interview podcast channels, operating under the auspices of Amherst College Press.

Marshall Poe

Marshall Poe is the founder and editor-in-chief of the New Books Network, a consortium of author-interview podcast channels, operating under the auspices of Amherst College Press.

  T.H. Ponders    T.H. Ponders  is the creator of  Accession , a podcast that aims to build bridges between the art in museums and the visitors, from multiple different angles, including historical, analytical, narrative, and fictional. He is also the co-host and editor of  Rogue Fun , and a co-host of a collaborative project with Charles Gustine.

T.H. Ponders

T.H. Ponders is the creator of Accession, a podcast that aims to build bridges between the art in museums and the visitors, from multiple different angles, including historical, analytical, narrative, and fictional. He is also the co-host and editor of Rogue Fun, and a co-host of a collaborative project with Charles Gustine.

 
  Nina Porzucki    Nina Porzucki  is Managing Producer of Podcasting at  WGBH . Before joining WGBH, Nina was a producer at  PRI’s The World  where she also co-produced and co-hosted  The World in Words  podcast.

Nina Porzucki

Nina Porzucki is Managing Producer of Podcasting at WGBH. Before joining WGBH, Nina was a producer at PRI’s The World where she also co-produced and co-hosted The World in Words podcast.

  Emily Prokop    Emily Prokop  is the creator and host of  The Story Behind , a short-narrative podcast about the history of everyday objects. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and has worked in newspapers, magazines, and puzzle book publishing, and is currently editing and producing podcasts full-time. Her podcast has recently been turned into a  book , as well.

Emily Prokop

Emily Prokop is the creator and host of The Story Behind, a short-narrative podcast about the history of everyday objects. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and has worked in newspapers, magazines, and puzzle book publishing, and is currently editing and producing podcasts full-time. Her podcast has recently been turned into a book, as well.

  Zack Reneau-Wedeen    Zack  began listening to podcasts as a study tool in high school long before joining Google and founding the Google Podcasts product. Google Podcasts, which is newly available as an Android app, aims to help double worldwide podcast listening over the next couple of years, especially through new AI-powered experiences.

Zack Reneau-Wedeen

Zack began listening to podcasts as a study tool in high school long before joining Google and founding the Google Podcasts product. Google Podcasts, which is newly available as an Android app, aims to help double worldwide podcast listening over the next couple of years, especially through new AI-powered experiences.

  Stever Robbins   Since 2007,  Stever Robbins  has been host of the weekly top-10 business  Get-it-Done Guy  podcast. He co-designed Harvard Business School's “Foundations” program, and has been part of 9 startups, 4 IPOs, and managed the creation of the Quicken VISA Card. He currently runs  Get-it-Done Groups , helping self-employed people finish their most important initiatives.

Stever Robbins

Since 2007, Stever Robbins has been host of the weekly top-10 business Get-it-Done Guy podcast. He co-designed Harvard Business School's “Foundations” program, and has been part of 9 startups, 4 IPOs, and managed the creation of the Quicken VISA Card. He currently runs Get-it-Done Groups, helping self-employed people finish their most important initiatives.

 
  Wade Roush    Wade Roush  is the host and producer of the independent science podcast,  Soonish , and a co-founder of the Boston-based independent podcasting network,  Hub & Spoke . He is also a freelance technology and science journalist and former acting director of the  Knight Science Journalism Program  at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the editor of the 2018 edition of   Twelve Tomorrows  , an anthology of hard science fiction stories.

Wade Roush

Wade Roush is the host and producer of the independent science podcast, Soonish, and a co-founder of the Boston-based independent podcasting network, Hub & Spoke. He is also a freelance technology and science journalist and former acting director of the Knight Science Journalism Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the editor of the 2018 edition of Twelve Tomorrows, an anthology of hard science fiction stories.

  Barbara Sawhill    Barbara Sawhill  is the Spanish Language Education Coordinator at  Radio Ambulante , a Spanish-language podcast, distributed by  NPR , that tells Latin American stories from anywhere Spanish is spoken, including the United States. Barbara has taught languages in the United States and Colombia for over 25 years. She writes about her teaching practice on her blog,  Language Lab Unleashed.

Barbara Sawhill

Barbara Sawhill is the Spanish Language Education Coordinator at Radio Ambulante, a Spanish-language podcast, distributed by NPR, that tells Latin American stories from anywhere Spanish is spoken, including the United States. Barbara has taught languages in the United States and Colombia for over 25 years. She writes about her teaching practice on her blog, Language Lab Unleashed.

  Molly Schwartz    Molly Schwartz  produces podcasts and writes about tech. She is the Studio Manager at the  Metropolitan New York Library Council  (METRO). She did a Fulbright grant at the Aalto University Media Lab in Helsinki and worked at the U.S. State Department as a data analyst. She likes diving into the weird ways that humans and machines interact.

Molly Schwartz

Molly Schwartz produces podcasts and writes about tech. She is the Studio Manager at the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO). She did a Fulbright grant at the Aalto University Media Lab in Helsinki and worked at the U.S. State Department as a data analyst. She likes diving into the weird ways that humans and machines interact.

  Catherine Seraphin    Catherine Seraphin  is the multimedia project manager for Harvard Public Affairs & Communications. She consults Harvard communications staff on podcast strategy, and manages Harvard’s multimedia channels—including the  University Apple Podcast page  she established. She received her master’s degree in journalism from the Harvard Extension School and her B.A. in journalism from Penn State.

Catherine Seraphin

Catherine Seraphin is the multimedia project manager for Harvard Public Affairs & Communications. She consults Harvard communications staff on podcast strategy, and manages Harvard’s multimedia channels—including the University Apple Podcast page she established. She received her master’s degree in journalism from the Harvard Extension School and her B.A. in journalism from Penn State.

 
  Steve Shanks    Steve Shanks  is a partner and Chief Revenue Officer of  Ad Results Media , the largest purchaser of podcast advertising in the world. While Steve is involved in all aspects of his agency’s business, he primarily focuses on new business development, strategic planning and campaign execution. Steve joined Ad Results Media as part of a merger with his firm Brown Bear Digital in 2016. As a co-founder of Brown Bear Digital, he built and led a team to conduct offline marketing consulting, working with start-ups like Blue Apron, Harry’s, Casper, SeatGeek and others to help launch audio (radio & podcasts) marketing. Under his leadership, the agency helped launch and scale some of the largest brands in podcasting today.

Steve Shanks

Steve Shanks is a partner and Chief Revenue Officer of Ad Results Media, the largest purchaser of podcast advertising in the world. While Steve is involved in all aspects of his agency’s business, he primarily focuses on new business development, strategic planning and campaign execution. Steve joined Ad Results Media as part of a merger with his firm Brown Bear Digital in 2016. As a co-founder of Brown Bear Digital, he built and led a team to conduct offline marketing consulting, working with start-ups like Blue Apron, Harry’s, Casper, SeatGeek and others to help launch audio (radio & podcasts) marketing. Under his leadership, the agency helped launch and scale some of the largest brands in podcasting today.

  Jake Shapiro    Jake Shapiro  is the co-founder and CEO of  RadioPublic  PBC, and former CEO and co-founder of  PRX . He is also a senior researcher at the  Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University  and the lead guitarist for  Two Ton Shoe .

Jake Shapiro

Jake Shapiro is the co-founder and CEO of RadioPublic PBC, and former CEO and co-founder of PRX. He is also a senior researcher at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University and the lead guitarist for Two Ton Shoe.

  Julie Shapiro    Julie Shapiro  is the executive producer of  Radiotopia  from PRX - a curated network of extraordinary, cutting-edge podcasts. She is also the executive producer of  Ear Hustle . In 2000 she co-founded the Third Coast International Audio Festival, where as artistic director she shaped the Festival's creative trajectory and nurtured a robust international listening culture.

Julie Shapiro

Julie Shapiro is the executive producer of Radiotopia from PRX - a curated network of extraordinary, cutting-edge podcasts. She is also the executive producer of Ear Hustle. In 2000 she co-founded the Third Coast International Audio Festival, where as artistic director she shaped the Festival's creative trajectory and nurtured a robust international listening culture.

  Heidi Shin    Heidi Shin  is a public radio + podcast producer based in Boston. She's a contributor to the BBC News, PRI's  The World , and WGBH. Previously she was on staff with National Geographic Television + Film. She's also a producer for  The Ground Truth Project  and WGBH's  The   New American Songbook , and an instructor at the PRX  Podcast Garage .

Heidi Shin

Heidi Shin is a public radio + podcast producer based in Boston. She's a contributor to the BBC News, PRI's The World, and WGBH. Previously she was on staff with National Geographic Television + Film. She's also a producer for The Ground Truth Project and WGBH's The New American Songbook, and an instructor at the PRX Podcast Garage.

 
  Matthew Simonson    Matthew James Simonson  has been an audio engineer, music producer, and sound designer for over 10 years. He is a Transom Story Workshop graduate and has had his work air on WCAI, WAMC, KCFR, and more. Currently, he sound designs and composes for  SAPIENS: A Podcast for Everything Human . He also managing studio and tech operations at  House of Pod  in Denver, Colorado, and is a lead teacher for a new audio education non-profit Amped. He is producing his own podcast, The Found Sound, about the stories behind obscure music and the people who are devoted to finding it.

Matthew Simonson

Matthew James Simonson has been an audio engineer, music producer, and sound designer for over 10 years. He is a Transom Story Workshop graduate and has had his work air on WCAI, WAMC, KCFR, and more. Currently, he sound designs and composes for SAPIENS: A Podcast for Everything Human. He also managing studio and tech operations at House of Pod in Denver, Colorado, and is a lead teacher for a new audio education non-profit Amped. He is producing his own podcast, The Found Sound, about the stories behind obscure music and the people who are devoted to finding it.

  Rob Sims    Rob Sims  is the host of  History in the Making ; a podcast creating living, breathing history. Rob uses storytelling to make the past enthralling and relatable.

Rob Sims

Rob Sims is the host of History in the Making; a podcast creating living, breathing history. Rob uses storytelling to make the past enthralling and relatable.

  Berry Skyes   Berry, lover of podcasts, is the social media manager for Loud Speakers Network and creator of  PodcastsinColor.com  the largest directory of POC podcasts. She loves talking about how podcasts market on social media and she loves a good audiogram. Her dislikes include podcasts who only post Apple Podcasts links and bad episode notes.

Berry Skyes

Berry, lover of podcasts, is the social media manager for Loud Speakers Network and creator of PodcastsinColor.com the largest directory of POC podcasts. She loves talking about how podcasts market on social media and she loves a good audiogram. Her dislikes include podcasts who only post Apple Podcasts links and bad episode notes.

  Xander Snyder   Xander is the co-host of the  ReConsider podcast  and co-author of the  ReConsider blog , as well as a geopolitical analyst for  Geopolitical Futures

Xander Snyder

Xander is the co-host of the ReConsider podcast and co-author of the ReConsider blog, as well as a geopolitical analyst for Geopolitical Futures

 
  David Stenhouse    David Stenhouse  is a senior producer at  BackStory . Stenhouse holds a Ph.D. in Southern Literature of the 1930s, was visiting professor of English Studies at the University of Strathclyde 2006-2009, and has received multiple awards, including for his work on a  production commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King’s iconic speech , “I Have a Dream,” which won the 2014 Stanford St Martin Award for Radio Program of the Year, and as executive producer of BBC Radio 4’s The Digital Human.

David Stenhouse

David Stenhouse is a senior producer at BackStory. Stenhouse holds a Ph.D. in Southern Literature of the 1930s, was visiting professor of English Studies at the University of Strathclyde 2006-2009, and has received multiple awards, including for his work on a production commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King’s iconic speech, “I Have a Dream,” which won the 2014 Stanford St Martin Award for Radio Program of the Year, and as executive producer of BBC Radio 4’s The Digital Human.

  Ryan Stitt    Ryan Stitt  is the host and creator of  The History of Ancient Greece  podcast, exploring Ancient Greek and Hellenistic political, social and cultural history, from prehistory to the Roman conquest.

Ryan Stitt

Ryan Stitt is the host and creator of The History of Ancient Greece podcast, exploring Ancient Greek and Hellenistic political, social and cultural history, from prehistory to the Roman conquest.

  Kevin Stroud    Kevin Stroud  is the host, creator and producer of the popular podcast,  The History of English: The Spoken History of A Global Language . He is also a lawyer based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Kevin Stroud

Kevin Stroud is the host, creator and producer of the popular podcast, The History of English: The Spoken History of A Global Language. He is also a lawyer based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

  Mark Sundaram    Mark Sundaram  is an Affiliate Professor at Thorneloe University at Laurentian, and an interdisciplinarian, medievalist, Anglo-Saxonist, and philologist. He is the driving force behind the  Alliterative YouTube channel  about etymology, linguistics, history, and more, and the co-host of the  Endless Knot Podcast.  He has a PhD in Medieval Studies from the University of Toronto.

Mark Sundaram

Mark Sundaram is an Affiliate Professor at Thorneloe University at Laurentian, and an interdisciplinarian, medievalist, Anglo-Saxonist, and philologist. He is the driving force behind the Alliterative YouTube channel about etymology, linguistics, history, and more, and the co-host of the Endless Knot Podcast. He has a PhD in Medieval Studies from the University of Toronto.

 
  Shira Telushkin    Shira Telushkin  is the co-producer on  Unorthodox , the weekly podcast of Tablet Magazine and the number one Jewish podcast in iTunes. She is currently completing a Master's of Divinity at the Harvard Divinity School, where she focuses on fourth century Christian monasticism.

Shira Telushkin

Shira Telushkin is the co-producer on Unorthodox, the weekly podcast of Tablet Magazine and the number one Jewish podcast in iTunes. She is currently completing a Master's of Divinity at the Harvard Divinity School, where she focuses on fourth century Christian monasticism.

  Heather Teysko   Heather Teysko created the  Renaissance English History Podcast  in 2009 as a platform to talk about her favorite subject - Tudor history, especially Tudor music. Twice a year she runs an online virtual summit on Tudor history bringing together leading authors to talk history, she also has a weekly radio show on Tudor music in the UK. And she has written several books, both fiction, and non fiction.

Heather Teysko

Heather Teysko created the Renaissance English History Podcast in 2009 as a platform to talk about her favorite subject - Tudor history, especially Tudor music. Twice a year she runs an online virtual summit on Tudor history bringing together leading authors to talk history, she also has a weekly radio show on Tudor music in the UK. And she has written several books, both fiction, and non fiction.

  David Torcivia    David Torcivia  is the co-host of  Ashes Ashes , a podcast about the end of the world. He went to film school and now works as a colorist in New York City for all sorts of pointless ads, music videos, and tv/film content. He spends his free time (when he's not taking photographs, caving, or working on direct action) reading, researching, and writing about the collapse of society's structural systems.

David Torcivia

David Torcivia is the co-host of Ashes Ashes, a podcast about the end of the world. He went to film school and now works as a colorist in New York City for all sorts of pointless ads, music videos, and tv/film content. He spends his free time (when he's not taking photographs, caving, or working on direct action) reading, researching, and writing about the collapse of society's structural systems.

  Christina Tucker    Christina Tucker  is one half of the  Unfriendly Black Hotties , a podcast about the intersection of race, gender, and sexuality in higher education, pop culture, and politics. Christina is also a rotating fourth chair on NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour, as well as a constant and prolific tweeter. In her free time, she is usually reading a fantasy novel or trying to resist the urge to watch The West Wing (again). She is a graduate of Lesley University where she studied English Literature, and currently works in Student Affairs at The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard.

Christina Tucker

Christina Tucker is one half of the Unfriendly Black Hotties, a podcast about the intersection of race, gender, and sexuality in higher education, pop culture, and politics. Christina is also a rotating fourth chair on NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour, as well as a constant and prolific tweeter. In her free time, she is usually reading a fantasy novel or trying to resist the urge to watch The West Wing (again). She is a graduate of Lesley University where she studied English Literature, and currently works in Student Affairs at The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard.

 
  Zack Twamley    Zack Twamley  has been a history podcaster for over six years with his  When Diplomacy Fails Podcast . He has a BA and Masters in history from University College Dublin, and he is also a published author.

Zack Twamley

Zack Twamley has been a history podcaster for over six years with his When Diplomacy Fails Podcast. He has a BA and Masters in history from University College Dublin, and he is also a published author.

  David Van Nuys    David Van Nuys  is the creator and host of the weekly psychology podcast,  Shrink Rap Radio . As "Dr. Dave" he interviews leading personalities across the broad spectrum of psychology, therapy, counseling, social work, etc. David was recently notified by the American Psychological Association that he is a 2018 recipient of an  APA Presidential Award  recognizing the contribution his podcast has made to the image of psychology around the world.

David Van Nuys

David Van Nuys is the creator and host of the weekly psychology podcast, Shrink Rap Radio. As "Dr. Dave" he interviews leading personalities across the broad spectrum
of psychology, therapy, counseling, social work, etc. David was recently notified by the American Psychological Association that he is a 2018 recipient of an APA Presidential Award recognizing the contribution his podcast has made to the image of psychology around the world.

  Vanya Visnjic    Vanya Visnjic  is the creator and host of  Ancient Greece Declassified , a podcast that aims to make the latest research about the classical world accessible to everyone. Formerly a street musician and professional hitchhiker, Vanya recently completed a PhD in ancient philosophy from Princeton.

Vanya Visnjic

Vanya Visnjic is the creator and host of Ancient Greece Declassified, a podcast that aims to make the latest research about the classical world accessible to everyone. Formerly a street musician and professional hitchhiker, Vanya recently completed a PhD in ancient philosophy from Princeton.

  Benjamen Walker    Benjamen Walker  is a independent radio producer and host of the podcast  Benjamen Walker’s Theory of Everything , a founding member of the Radiotopia network. His work has aired on NPR, the BBC, the CBC and the ABC. He also produced   Big Ideas  , a philosophy podcast for The Guardian. He created his first podcast in 2004 while working at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at the Harvard Law School.

Benjamen Walker

Benjamen Walker is a independent radio producer and host of the podcast Benjamen Walker’s Theory of Everything, a founding member of the Radiotopia network. His work has aired on NPR, the BBC, the CBC and the ABC. He also produced Big Ideas, a philosophy podcast for The Guardian. He created his first podcast in 2004 while working at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at the Harvard Law School.

 
  Kamille Washington    Kamille Washington  (KW) is one half of the  Unfriendly Black Hotties,  a podcast about the intersection of race, gender, and sexuality in higher education, pop culture, and politics. KW is also an essayist with special interests in food, traveling while Other, and queer narratives. In her spare time, she enjoys Muay Thai, bagels, and acquiring tattoos. She is the current president of the Harvard Gender and Sexuality Caucus, Harvard University's LGBTQ+ alumni organization. Her academic background is in the politics of religion -- specifically Islam in the West, and religion in the media. She finances her comic book habit by managing international things at Harvard.

Kamille Washington

Kamille Washington (KW) is one half of the Unfriendly Black Hotties, a podcast about the intersection of race, gender, and sexuality in higher education, pop culture, and politics. KW is also an essayist with special interests in food, traveling while Other, and queer narratives. In her spare time, she enjoys Muay Thai, bagels, and acquiring tattoos. She is the current president of the Harvard Gender and Sexuality Caucus, Harvard University's LGBTQ+ alumni organization. Her academic background is in the politics of religion -- specifically Islam in the West, and religion in the media. She finances her comic book habit by managing international things at Harvard.

  Karen Werner    Karen Werner , Ph.D. is an  award winning  radio producer and sociologist. She produces  Strange Radio,  funded in part by a Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture Fellowship and the Hemera Foundation for artists with a Buddhist practice. Strange Radio is about Holocaust postmemory and experiences of exile and the stranger. Karen teaches workshops on radio art & radio autoethnography and is on the faculty at Goddard College.

Karen Werner

Karen Werner, Ph.D. is an award winning radio producer and sociologist. She produces Strange Radio, funded in part by a Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture Fellowship and the Hemera Foundation for artists with a Buddhist practice. Strange Radio is about Holocaust postmemory and experiences of exile and the stranger. Karen teaches workshops on radio art & radio autoethnography and is on the faculty at Goddard College.

  Marshall Williams    Marshall Williams , CEO of  Ad Results Media , specializes in influencer audio/digital in which products or services are recommended by credible, influential audio personalities. Ad Results Media is the largest purchaser of podcast advertising in the world, leveraging strong relationships within podcasting, AM-FM radio, network radio and satellite radio to connect advertisers with the world’s most high-profile news, sports and entertainment creators.

Marshall Williams

Marshall Williams, CEO of Ad Results Media, specializes in influencer audio/digital in which products or services are recommended by credible, influential audio personalities. Ad Results Media is the largest purchaser of podcast advertising in the world, leveraging strong relationships within podcasting, AM-FM radio, network radio and satellite radio to connect advertisers with the world’s most high-profile news, sports and entertainment creators.

  Colin Wright   Colin Wright is the host of  Let’s Know Things ,   a show about the complexities underlying the news. Colin’s blog is at  exilelifestyle.com , and his books can be found at  colin.io . You also find him all over social media, but he’s especially prolific on  Twitter ,  Instagram , and  Facebook .

Colin Wright

Colin Wright is the host of Let’s Know Things, a show about the complexities underlying the news. Colin’s blog is at exilelifestyle.com, and his books can be found at colin.io. You also find him all over social media, but he’s especially prolific on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

 
  Patrick Wyman    Patrick Wyman  is the host of  Tides of History , a podcast from Wondery about the echoes of the past and its ripples today. He has a PhD from USC and is a trained MMA fighter.

Patrick Wyman

Patrick Wyman is the host of Tides of History, a podcast from Wondery about the echoes of the past and its ripples today. He has a PhD from USC and is a trained MMA fighter.

  Vanessa Zoltan    Vanessa Zoltan  is a research assistant at Harvard Divinity School, a proctor and teaching fellow at Harvard University and the co-host of the podcast ,   Harry Potter & The Sacred Text.  She is working on a book about sacred texts, but don’t ask her about it. It’s stressful. Ask her about the romance novel she’s working on. She won’t shut up.

Vanessa Zoltan

Vanessa Zoltan is a research assistant at Harvard Divinity School, a proctor and teaching fellow at Harvard University and the co-host of the podcast, Harry Potter & The Sacred Text. She is working on a book about sacred texts, but don’t ask her about it. It’s stressful. Ask her about the romance novel she’s working on. She won’t shut up.

If you would be interested in speaking at the conference please email zachary_davis@harvard.edu.