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Aarthi Vadde, "Novel Dialogue: Producing a Scholarly Podcast"

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Tuesday, November 16, 2021
3:15 pm - 4:30 pm
Aarthi Vadde

The final fall 2021 installment of the Duke English Faculty Works-in-Progress series featuring Professor Aarthi Vadde's "Novel Dialogue: Producing a Scholarly Podcast" will occur Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at 3:15 p.m. in Allen 314 or you can participate by Zoom (information and link below) 

Novel Dialogue is a scholarly podcast that brings novelists and literary critics together to talk about novels from every angle: how we read, write, publish, and remember them. This work-in-progress session will address the motivations behind the podcast and the affordances of audio recording as a medium for intellectual conversation and public humanities work. We can also discuss the logistics of podcasting for those interested in starting their own podcasts. 

We encourage anyone interested in English faculty members' work to participate. Novel Dialogue is currently in its second season, and you can sample episodes from both our seasons at or through your preferred podcasting app (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) Aarthi hosted and recommended two episodes: George Saunders in conversation with Michael Johnston and our most recent episode: Kamila Shamsie with Ankhi Mukherjee. 

Professor Vadde will provide some opening comments at the session, followed by Q&A and an open discussion. 

Zoom Session Information   
Topic:  English Faculty Works-in-Progress Series: Aarthi Vadde - "Novel Dialogue: Producing a Scholarly Podcast"

Time: November 14, 2021, 03:15 p.m. Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 930 3648 4319
Passcode: 402205

All students, faculty, and staff are invited to participate in this discussion series. Prior to each session, attendees will be provided with a short version of the faculty member's work. Each session will include a short presentation of background information with the rest of the time devoted to discussing the featured piece of work.

Contact: Quanta Holden