98 episodes

Conversations with scholars, creators and practitioners from around the CUNYverse (City University of New York). Produced by Kathleen Collins, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

Indoor Voices Kathleen Collins

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

Conversations with scholars, creators and practitioners from around the CUNYverse (City University of New York). Produced by Kathleen Collins, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

    Episode 97: Bryan Warde on persistent settler colonialism

    Episode 97: Bryan Warde on persistent settler colonialism

    Bryan Warde, professor in the social work program at Lehman College and in the social welfare doctoral program at the Graduate Center, discusses his most recent book, Colorblind: Indigenous and Black Disproportionality Across Criminal Justice Systems, with Lehman College’s Assistant Vice President for Communications & Marketing at Lehman, Richard Relkin. Visit indoorvoicespocast.com for more information.

    • 45 min
    Episode 96: Dr. Calvin J. Smiley on putting reentry out of business

    Episode 96: Dr. Calvin J. Smiley on putting reentry out of business

    Dr. Sarah Hoiland (Hostos Community College) talks with Dr. Calvin J. Smiley (Hunter College) about dismantling the prison industrial complex and shifting away from vengeful systems of reentry. Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for information about Drs. Smiley and Hoiland.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Episode 95: Crissa-Jean Chappell on creative writing & teaching

    Episode 95: Crissa-Jean Chappell on creative writing & teaching

    Rich Relkin, Assistant Vice President for Communications & Marketing at Lehman College, talks with Crissa-Jean Chappell, Adjunct Assistant Professor of English and author of the recently published YA novel, Sun Don’t Shine (Fitzroy Books, January 2024). Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for more.

    • 21 min
    Episode 94: Second chances at Queensboro Correctional

    Episode 94: Second chances at Queensboro Correctional

    Faculty from LaGuardia Community College discuss the Second Chance Act Improving Reentry Education and Employment Outcomes grant from the US Department of Justice to fund a comprehensive prison-to-college project at Queensboro Correctional Facility. Prof. Hugo Fernandez interviews Profs. John Chaney and Joni Schwartz-Chaney. For more information on the program and guests, visit Indoorvoicespodcast.com

    • 45 min
    Episode 93: Resistance, rebellion, and resilience: American slavery on film

    Episode 93: Resistance, rebellion, and resilience: American slavery on film

    Ann Matsuuchi (LaGuardia Community College), Caron Knauer (LaGuardia Community College), and Sherry Antoine (AfroCROWD), discuss Knauer’s book American Slavery on Film. Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for more.

    • 48 min
    Episode 92: Louis Bury on the way things go

    Episode 92: Louis Bury on the way things go

    Kathleen talks with Louis Bury, associate professor of English at Hostos Community College and author of The Way Things Go (punctum books, 2023). Visit indoorvoicespodcast.com for more.

    • 1 hr 16 min

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