Podcast by Warwick PG Podcast
In this week's episode, Sue Lemos tells us about the history of The Black Lesbian and Gay Centre in Britain, and Hannah Ayres shares her experiences of investigating queer historical representation in museums.
Printed Identities and Identities of Print in the Early Modern English Parliament and the Old South
In this final episode of the 2020 Warwick PG Podcast series Erin Geraghty hosts Adam Challoner and Maria Tauber who discuss the impact of media such as news and novels on the identities and behaviour of early modern English MPs and middle-class citizens of the Antebellum South in America.
International Organizations and Networks: Health and Disability in the Late Twentieth Century
In our penultimate episode, Wonik Son and Shalini Rudra join us to talk about their research on health, disability, and the role of international organisations in the late twentieth century. Discussing the role of the World Health Organisation, the United Nations, and the World Trade Organisation, they consider sources from photographs and oral testimony and ultimately reflect on their research in light of the current pandemic.
The photograph featured as our thumbnail this week is referred to by Wonik Son can be viewed via the UN Photo site: https://www.unmultimedia.org/s/photo/detail/315/0315604.html (UN Photo/D Siegel).
Culture on the Margins of the Ming Empire
This week, Jiaqi LIU and Sander Molenaar join us to discuss their respective research projects - focussing broadly on culture in the more remote regions of the Ming Empire.
Clean Eating and Tanning as Cultural Phenomena
In this episode, Fabiola Creed and Louise Morgan consider the dietary fad, clean eating, and tanning technologies such as 'MelanoTan'. They examine these cultural phenomena with reference to the financial elements imbricated in the advocation of these technologies and diets, as well as the way in which medical research intersects with public discourse in media representations of clean eating and MelanoTan.
TW/ This episode contains discussion of dieting and eating disorders, some listeners may find this distressing.