Public Humanities

Humanities UNBOUND

A public humanities podcast showcasing the work of scholars around the country. The podcast can also be listened to on SpotifyApple Podcasts, and Stitcher.


Nancy Tuana

Nancy Tuana is a professor of philosophy and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Penn State University. Dr. Tuana is also a co-founder of the Rock Ethics Institute at Penn State and her research focuses on the intersection of gender, social justice, and science.

A transcript of this episode can be found here.


Lázaro Lima

Lázaro Lima is a professor of Latino Studies at Hunter College, CUNY. Dr. Lima’s new book Being Brown: Sonia Sotomayor and the Latino Question, which Amy and Dr. Lima talk about in their discussion, is published by University of California press and can be found here.

A transcript for this episode is linked here.


Helen Danser, Joy Gritton, & Stephen Black Bear LaBoueff

Helen Danser is chair of the Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission. Joy Gritton is an associate professor of art history at Morehead State University. Stephen Black Bear LaBoueff is co-founder of the You Are Not Alone Network, a suicide prevention network for Native teens. All three speak about the importance of community, mental health awareness, and healing.

A transcript of this episode can be found here.