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The SSHRC-funded Amplify Podcast Network aims to encourage collaboration and experimentation via the medium of scholarly podcasting. We’re committed to building the capacity for new forms of scholarship by building the infrastructure that will support that scholarship. Read up on our mandate or learn more about our team

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Reimagining the Scholarly Journal with Dr. Cheryl E. Ball

Reimagining the Scholarly Journal with Cheryl E. Ball By Amplify Network Date: November 22, 2022 Tags: Open Access, Peer Review Amplified is an audio blog series about the sounds of scholarship from our team here at the Amplify Podcast Network. This month, we’re joined by a leading thinker in the refereed open-access online scholarship movement, Dr. Cheryl Ball. Cheryl […]

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Fan Podcasting Your Ph.D. with Dr. Parinita Shetty

Fan Podcasting Your PhD with Dr. Parinita Shetty By Amplify Network Date: October 25, 2022 Tags: Open Access, Podcasting Amplified is an audio blog series about the sounds of scholarship from our team here at the Amplify Podcast Network. This month, we sit down with Dr. Parinita Shetty, the freshly minted Doctor of Education behind Marginally Fannish, a podcast […]

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Videographic Criticism with Jason Mittell and Christian Keathley

Videographic Criticism with Jason Mittell and Christian Keathley By Amplify Network Date: Sept 20, 2022 Tags: Open Access, Peer Review Amplified is an audio blog series about the sounds of scholarship from our team here at the Amplify Podcast Network. From the halls of Middlebury college in Vermont, Dr. Jason Mittell and Dr. Christian Keathley are leading voices in […]

New Open Access Publication – “Why Podcast?” in Kairos Journal

New OA Publication 2022 – “Why Podcast?” in Kairos Journal By Amplify Network Date: Aug 30, 2022 Tags: Podcasting, Peer Review “Why Podcast?“ is a three-part podcast miniseries written and produced by Stacey Copeland and Hannah McGregor that asks: why does podcasting lend itself to the communication of scholarly knowledge? And what new possibilities does podcasting open up, especially […]

Who are the Peers? with Dr. A.D. Carson

Who are the Peers? with Dr. A.D. Carson By Amplify Network Date: Aug 23, 2022 Tags: Podcasting, Peer Review Amplified is an audio blog series about the sounds of scholarship from our team here at the Amplify Podcast Network. This month, I’m joined by Dr. A.D. Carson, assistant professor of Hip Hop and the Global South in the Department […]

Podcast Ethics and Auntiehood with Dr. Ethel Tungohan

Podcast Ethics and Auntiehood with Dr. Ethel Tungohan By Amplify Network Date: July 19, 2022 Tags: Podcasting Amplified is an audio blog series about the sounds of scholarship from our team here at the Amplify Podcast Network. This month, I’m joined by Dr. Ethel Tungohan, the host of the Academic Aunties podcast, to talk about collaborative, ethical and consent based […]