Foreword

Foreword introduces you to Humanities researchers at Brock University and explore how the Humanities can help us make sense of the rapidly changing world around us.
Produced by the Faculty of Humanities at Brock University, Canada.

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In this episode, we pass the mic to third year Interactive Arts and Science student Mitch Kogan. Mitch interviews Game Design graduate Adam Henderson (BA '20) who, along with Agusia Krzywinska (BSc '2...
June 8, 2022
Let's talk about food! English MA student Genevieve Wilson talks about food delivery services, keto diet culture, Instagram, and economics with us in this episode . Genevieve shares her ongoing resear...
May 25, 2022
This episode we talk with English MA student Alex Wedler. Our conversation ranges from Chernobyl to Paradise Lost as we explore ideas of environment, place, and exile in literature. Alex unpacks the i...
May 18, 2022
Our grad series continues this episode with an exploration of the history of disability in Ontario. We speak with recent MA History graduate Carolyn Fast (BA '14, MA '21), whose MA thesis focussed on ...
May 11, 2022
Welcome to series three of Foreword! This series we will be bringing you interviews with our graduate student researchers in our Classics, History, and English MA programs, as well as our Interdiscipl...
May 4, 2022
This episode is the finale of a three-episode series of “Chronicles of A Spy in Acadia”: a student-produced podcast researched, written, recorded and edited by the students of Brock University’s Histo...
February 10, 2022
This episode is the second in a three-episode series of “Chronicles of A Spy in Acadia,” a student-produced podcast researched, written, recorded and edited by the students of Brock University’s Histo...
February 2, 2022
This episode is the first in a three-episode series of “Chronicles of A Spy in Acadia”: a student-produced podcast researched, written, recorded and edited by the students of Brock University’s Histor...
January 26, 2022
How are our personal and communal identities shaped by the stories we tell ourselves and the traumas we experience? Today's guest, Dr. Cristina Santos, shares how stories like Twilight, the Hunger Gam...
July 21, 2021
Populism: What is it, where do we see it, and why does it work? Today's episode explores some of the nuances of this political approach and how the American shift to Trumpism impacts Canada and other ...
July 21, 2021

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