Published on February 9th, 2014 | by ASC


Episode #38: The Afterlives of Our Words

How scholarship comes to mean something …

This week, Kevin Gotkin speaks with Professor Barbie Zelizer about how writing and scholarship can travel across communities and contexts after publication. Zelizer muses on how works are received not only in the academic community, but also within the lives of those she writes about.


“This Charming Man” by The Smiths (intro)
“Luggage” by Chapelier Fou
“Mysterieux Message” by Chapelier Fou
“Apologetic Shoulder Blades” by Baths
“Animals” by Baths

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