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Episode 6: Dr. Paul Erickson, American Academy of Arts & Sciences

7/23/2018
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In this wide-ranging episode of Careers in the Public Humanities, PhD candidate Ryan Engley speaks with Dr. Paul Erickson, Program Director for The Humanities, Arts, and Culture; and American Institutions, Society, and the Public Good at the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in Cambridge, MA. The two discuss Paul's career path, the state of the humanities in 2018 (particularly English majors and departments), how Paul envisions the public humanities, how to successfully target an...

Duration:01:02:34

Episode 5: Dr. Kenna Barrett, Director of Development at SAIS, John Hopkins University

5/14/2018
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In this episode of Careers in the Public Humanities, PhD candidate Catherine Winters speaks with URI alumna Dr. Kenna Barrett, the Director of Development at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at John Hopkins University. The two discuss the state of finances at universities, how university development actually works, and weighing the pros and cons of any position.

Duration:00:29:19

Episode 4: Dr. Elizabeth Francis, Executive Director of Rhode Island Council for the Humanities

1/25/2018
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In this episode of Careers in the Public Humanities, PhD candidate Ryan Engley interviews Dr. Elizabeth Francis, the Executive Director of the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities. Together they discuss the importance of placemaking and engaging with community in all humanities projects.

Duration:00:33:42

Episode 1: Dr. Claire Reynolds, Communications Coordinator for the English department at UCONN

4/13/2017
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In the inaugural episode for the Careers in the Public Humanities podcast, Dr. Rachel Boccio interviews Dr. Claire Reynolds, Communications Coordinator for the English department at the University of Connecticut. Throughout the conversation, Claire and Rachel (both URI English PhD alumnae) return to the importance of advanced training in the humanities and the rich diversity of roles PhDs are needed to fill.

Duration:00:22:38