Please join us for these Podcasting Workshops organized by the Graduate Student Committee, with the support of the MAA. The workshops will be led by Hayley Bowman, and will offer an introduction to podcasting for people with little to no experience using the medium. Interested attendants need not be medievalists or graduate students to apply. Please help us spread the word. Participation is free, but prior registration is required.
Production & Technical Development
Monday, November 8 from 11AM to 1PM (Eastern)
Register at: https://bit.ly/30hQotp
In this workshop, Hayley Bowman will discuss best practices for organizing and embarking on podcast production; how to navigate common obstacles in early production/episode development; tips for successful and entertaining episode construction; recommended technologies; and insights drawn from experience that would be useful for people with little to no experience in podcasting.
Postponed to Monday, December 13 from 2PM to 4PM (Eastern)
Register at: https://bit.ly/3mFTKxP
In this workshop, Hayley Bowman will walk us through the final stages of producing a podcast. What does it take for a podcast episode to be ready? Hayley will discuss how to edit a sound file and other common issues that arise in the post-production stages of podcasting.
About Hayley Bowman:
Bowman is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History at the University of Michigan. She studies the early modern Spanish world and is broadly interested in the history of women and gender, religious communities, and place and space studies. Bowman has also served as the host and season producer of U-M’s podcast Reverb Effect, which explores how past voices resonate in the present moment.