Published on February 2nd, 2014 | by ASC


Episode #37: We Still Are

Emily Hund shares an audio “mini ethnography” of Penn State culture and reflects on her process. This is the result of a semester project for Annenberg’s media ethnography course, taught by John Jackson in Fall 2013.


Wilco – Heavy Metal Drummer (intro)

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13 Responses to Episode #37: We Still Are

  1. Kevin says:

    I sent this to my mom, who’s a PSU alumna. She said the bells made it seem like her time there was just yesterday. I think that’s a great commentary on what audio ethnography can communicate beyond an expository authorial mode – the “emplacement” of audio as an effect for the folks connected to the space.

  2. Emily says:

    Love that. Thanks, Kevin!

  3. Lisa Janson says:

    Just listened to you podcast. I attended college at SUNY Stony Brook on Long Island long ago. I did not have the same sense of identity to my alma mater as you (and so many Penn State grads). Listening to your description made me long for such a rich experience. I enjoyed hearing your thoughts about the good, the bad,and the ugly. Well done!

  4. Emily says:

    Thank you, Lisa! That means a lot! 🙂

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