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Podcasting for Academics

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The Taylor Room, Sydney Jones Library

Chatham Street

University of Liverpool

Liverpool

L7 7BD

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Speaker: Cat Pausé (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)

Many scholars are choosing to share their scholarship via social media; podcasting is one of those mediums. This workshop will consider the conceptual and technical issues to keep in mind when considering the production of a podcast.

Tips and tricks will be shared from Cat’s successful podcast, Friend of Marilyn, which has aired over 200 episodes across the last six years.


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Cat Pausé is a visiting scholar in the Institute of Sociology at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. The lead editor of Queering Fat Embodiment (Ashgate), her research focuses on the effects of spoiled identities on the health and well-being of fat individuals and how fat activists resist the fatpocalypse.

Her work appears in scholarly journals such as Human Development, Feminist Review, HERDSA, and Narrative Inquiries in Bioethics, as well as online in The Huffington Post and The Conversation, among others. She hosted Fat Studies: Reflective Intersections in 2012 and Fat Studies: Identity, Agency, Embodiment in 2016.

Cat is also involved in sociable scholarship; her work is highlighted in her social media presence, Friend of Marilyn, on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, iTunes, and her blog. Her fat positive radio show, Friend of Marilyn, is travelling the world this year – make sure your city is on the tour!


Co-organised with Centre for Humanities and Social Sciences of Health, Medicine and Technology

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