Tag Archives: podcast

Les Back on the politics of music

Les Back has continued his series of audio podcasts from his research sabbatical with two posts on the politics of music (the full series of Les’ postcards from his sabbatical podcasts is available here). The first podcast discusses Les’ attempts … Continue reading

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Audio podcasts of talks on the topic of digital sociology

Mark Carrigan’s blog is proving to be an excellent resource for materials to use on my postgraduate module on ‘digital by-product data and the social sciences’. He has recently posted a series if audio podcasts of talks on digital sociology. … Continue reading

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Walter Benjamin discussion audio

Thinking Allowed on BBC Radio 4 are currently broadcasting a short series of programmes on social theory. The audio podcasts of the shows are available permanently. The most recent show was a discussion of the work of Walter Benjamin that … Continue reading

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Sarah Kember talking about intelligent machines

The Goldsmiths podcast resource has a series of talks by Sarah Kember on the topic of new media. Here is a link to the lecture on intelligent machines. Sarah also has a detailed website about her work.

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Goldsmiths podcast archive

I just came across a great resource at Goldsmiths. It’s an archive of podcasts from various events. There is some really interesting stuff here already and it looks like they are building up. Given the range if interesting events they … Continue reading

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