Podcasts are often promoted as a vehicle to promote research to a broader audience. This discussion will explore whether podcasting can be a tool to create and discover research questions? What makes it 'accessible'? In this event, Élaina Gauthier-Mamaril (University of Edinburgh), Rachel Gray (BEING Studio), Jen Scuro (Molloy University), and Eva Sprecher (UCL) will talk about what podcasting means to their research, their teaching, their art, and advocacy.
Attendees will hear clips of each podcast and then take part in discussions about accessible study, preserving and sharing traces of the research process, and how podcasting can be a tool of study.
This event is part of the Centre for Biomedicine, Self and Society's Being Human Festival programme of events, Bodies. Stories. Health.