Episode 30: Opening Doors with Dan and Katie

For our 30th episode, we reflect on what we’ve learned from this podcast thirty episodes in and what podcasting as a genre offers academia in terms of embodied scholarship and archived, accessible knowledge production.

This episode was recorded on October 5. Please be aware that, because we recorded via Zoom, there may be occasional audio hiccups. Our theme song is “4 am” by Makaih Beats. You can subscribe to the podcast on Apple PodcastsSpotify, and Stitcher and follow us on Twitter @writingremixpod.

People and Texts Mentioned in the Episode

“When you publish an essay or when you give a conference talk, you’re coming to that piece having already formulated your ideas, and you’re then sharing them with a public…What I’ve discovered through the course of doing this podcast is that because we’re having conversations…I’m actually formulating those thoughts in the moment, and that dialogue is helping me refine my ideas. So I may come to the episode with some ideas in mind, but it it’s in the course of having that conversation that I can arrive at new ones. I love that collaborative aspect of it.” @KatieARobison

“You and I are creating an archive of academic discourse that anyone can go back in and listen to. Whereas if I go to a conference, if you’re not there, you don’t get to see that.” @ddissinger

“When I think of a podcast as a genre…the genre is archive…It’s an archive of knowledge that just continues to permeate and hybridize each episode.” @ddissinger

“That’s what I love about having these discussions and having this dialogue in the moment…I can then incorporate that into my praxis immediately. My pedagogy has changed fundamentally as a result of doing this podcast.” @KatieRobison

“[Podcasting is] the opposite of gatekeeping. We’re opening doors.” @KatieARobison

“Vulnerability I think for our podcast is key.” @ddissinger

“What I love about podcasting is that we get to bring our full selves to the medium.” @KatieARobison

“We should be academics that actually acknowledge the 21st century reality.” @ddissinger

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