This week on the Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab, Dr. Hannah McGregor, a fellow feminist podcaster and Assistant Professor of publishing at Simon Fraser University joins us. Her research and teaching focus on the links between publishing and social change. Our host, Jillian Foster, speaks with Dr. McGregor about how her podcast experience led her to question whether podcasts could one day be considered audio-based scholarship. This episode digs into that and more as Dr. McGregor shares her thoughts on academia's tacit hierarchies and how methods to peer review podcasts can actually work. This conversation and Dr. McGregor’s work will remind you how transformative challenging the status quo can be.Connect with Hannah:Follow on Twitter: @hkpmcgregorListen to Witch, Please!Listen to The Secret Feminist AgendaJoin our movement for radically authentic, intentional, interconnected feminism inside Continuum Collective. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The podcaster and academic Hannah McGregor previews the Third Annual Vancouver Podcast Festival (18-22 November 2020), with Joseph Planta. Text of introduction by Joseph Planta: I am Planta: On the Line, in Vancouver, British Columbia, at TheCommentary.ca. When the folks at DOXA launched the Vancouver Podcast Festival three years ago, I had the pleasure of attending and even moderating a few events. It was well attended and drew a great deal of interest from the community, as well from across the country. Last year’s second edition was apparently also quite a draw, growing as it were. This third edition beginning next Wednesday, 18 November 2020 that runs to Sunday, 22 November 2020, will be online and at home as it were. And what better way, since that’s how most of us consume podcasts online, and mostly at home. Hannah McGregor is a member of the programming committee that is planning this year’s festival. She joins me now to preview what’s to come, as well as talk about these past three years, as well as her own work in academia and podcasting. She is unique in that she’s looked at both and managed to illustrate the connection. Visit www.vanpodfest.ca for tickets and information. Festival passes and tickets to individual events are affordable, if not free or pay-what-you-can. A full festival pass is $25. I’ll ask Hannah about what she’s looking forward to, and about some of the events that will feature such podcasters as Michelle Shephard, Ian Hanomansing, Sandy Hudson and Nora Loreto, Elamin Abdelmahmoud, Faith Fundal, and many more. I’ll ask Hannah about the events she’s participating in, the Vancouver Podcast Fest’s Virtual Podfair Happy Hour, Friday, 20 November, she’s cohosting with Andrea Warner. Hannah McGregor is an assistant professor in publishing at Simon Fraser University. She is also the host of the podcasts, Witch, Please, and Secret Feminist Agenda. Her Twitter handle is @hkpmcgregor. And her website is at www.hannahmcgregor.com. Please welcome to the Planta: On the Line program, Hannah McGregor; Dr. McGregor, good morning.
Hannah McGregor (@hkpmcgregor) is Assistant Professor of Publishing at Simon Fraser University. Hear how the Witch, Please and Secret Feminist Agenda podcasts lead Hannah to create the Amplify Podcast Network for scholarly podcasting.
The Podcast Studies Podcast (formally New Aural Cultures)
After a summer break, we are back with a new season of shows for podcast lovers, producers, critics, and academics. And we begin with a bang. Dr Dario Llinares hosts a wide-ranging conversation with one of the foremost academic podcaster working today: Dr Hannah McGregor - Assistant Professor of publishing at Simon Fraser University. On the programme, Hannah discusses her expansive podcast output including Witch, Please, Secret Feminist Agenda and The SpokenWeb Podcast in terms of their development, themes, and aesthetics. Alongside this Hannah explores how podcasts can and should be defined in academic terms, whether they are the focus of media analysis, utilised as a research method, expand the dissemination of research beyond the ivory tower, open avenues for diverse voices in academia, or are deployed as tools of peer review. Hannah is at the forefront of discourses regarding how podcasting can be a challenge to traditional academic structures and this conversation is a must for anyone interested in podcast studies and sound media more broadly. She is an authentic "podcaster" in the very specificity of that media practice and identity. Further Shownotes If you want to join the Podacademics network you can contact Richard Berry: email@example.com www.cinematologists.com AOIR conference 2020: https://aoir.org/ Amplify Podcast Network Hannah's podcast recommendation is: Sandy and Nora Talk Politics. Hannah is @hkpmcgregor on Twitter Dario is @dariodoublel on Twitter For a full transcript of this episode please email Dario Llinares: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcaststudiespodcast/message
With the rise of podcasting as a forum for academic conversations and as a teaching tool, Hannah McGregor of SFU’s Publishing department set out to investigate — and enact — podcasting as a form of scholarly communication, knowledge mobilization, and open pedagogy. Hannah is in conversation with host Am Johal about her research into the exciting potentials of scholarly podcasting, and the power of the podcast as a grassroots, decentralized medium.About Hannah McGregor:https://hannahmcgregor.com/Open Peer Review for Secret Feminist Agenda:https://www.wlupress.wlu.ca/Scholarly-Podcasting-Open-Peer-Review/Secret-Feminist-AgendaPodcasting and Digital Intimacy – A blog post by Hannah McGregor:https://publishing.sfu.ca/2020/08/podcasting-and-digital-intimacy/Hannah’s recommended pods:Sandy & Nora Talk Politics (https://sandyandnora.com/)FANTI (https://maximumfun.org/podcasts/fanti/)Rude Tales of Magic (https://www.rudetalesofmagic.com/)
Summary: This week we invite many-time guest Hannah McGregor back on the podcast to talk about her feminist read of Jurassic Park and why she thinks it is a perfect movie. Also discussed: Boniface, Insecure and She-Ra and the Princess of Power. Show notes: Leandra & Harling Debate: Is Getting Dressed Only Satisfying If Other People See It? (Man Repeller) Episode 3.1 - Jurassic Park (Secret Feminist Agenda) 'Jurassic Park’ is an Inherently Feminist Interpretation (Paleontology World) Recommendations: Lisa: Insecure, Season 4 (TV) Andrea W.: You Live, You Learn: A Night With Alanis and Jagged Little Pill (YouTube), She Shreds: A Compilation of Anti-Racism Resources Andrea G.: Boniface, self-titled Hannah: She-Ra and the Princess of Power (TV) Music credits: "Back to the '90s" by Douglas Mulvey AKA D-REX From Free Music Archive CC BY 3.0 Theme song "Pyro Flow" by Kevin Macleod From Incompetch CC BY 3.0 Intro bed: "OLPC" by Marco Raaphorst Courtesy of Free Music Archive CC BY-SA 3.0 NL Pop This! Links: Pop This! on TumblrPop This! on iTunes (please consider reviewing and rating us!) Pop This! on Stitcher (please consider reviewing and rating us!) Pop This! on Google PlayPop This! on TuneIn radioPop This! on TwitterPop This! on Instagram Logo design by Samantha Smith Pop This! is two women talking about pop culture. Lisa Christiansen is a broadcaster, journalist and longtime metal head. Andrea Warner is a music critic, author and former horoscopes columnist. Press play and come hang out with your two new best friends. Pop This! podcast is produced by Andrea Gin and recorded at the Vancouver Public Library's wonderful Inspiration Lab.
Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets feat. Hannah McGregor
Hazel & Katniss & Harry & Starr
In a freewheeling discussion that can't help but address J.K. Rowling's recent transphobic comments, we also tackle the need for critical fandom, as well as Chamber of Secrets’ fat phobia and obsession with blood purity. Also on the table: Why Gilderoy Lockhart is an obvious villain in the Rowling tradition and speculation about his real reason for joining Hogwart’s as the Defence Against The Dark Arts teacher.Plus: how to define Easter Eggs (they're not synonymous with retconning!), how magic resembles close readings and and why we should appreciate the film's set design - and Jason Isaacs - more.Here is a brief (incomplete list) of trans and non-binary authors to support:Ronnie Mandias: RuneboundSara Codair: The Evanstar ChroniclesEverett Maroon: The Unintentional Time TravelerApril Daniels: DreadnoughtAiden Thomas: Cemetery BoysKai Cheng Thom: Fierce FemmesIvan Coyote: Rebent SinnerMason Deaver: I Wish You All The BestFox Benwell: Kaleidoscope Song; and finallyThe Gayly Prophet PodcastAnd search #BlackTransLivesMatter #BlackTransCrowdfund #BlackDisabledLivesMatter hashtags and donate to CanadaHelps.orgWanna connect with the show? Use #HKHSPod on Twitter:Brenna: @brennacgrayJoe: @bstolemyremoteHannah: @hkpmcgregorHave something longer to say or a minisode topic? Email us at email@example.com. See you on the page and on the screen!
Ep. 130 - A Very Potter Musical Act 2 (Part 2) w/ Dr. Hannah McGregor
I PROMISE THIS ONCE IS NICER TO AVPM. Dr. Hannah McGregor from Witch, Please! joins to talk more of A Very Potter Musical Act 2, finding more moments she enjoys and articulating why some elements aged so poorly. Topics include: the 4th wall, Pixie Stix, low budget humor, Lauren Lopez’s prowess, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, LOST, Neville: The Chosen One, Les Miserables, Darren Criss’ little hop, making fun of musicals, the great ending, wholesome feminist values, Space Jam, Back to the Future, and more!Potterless Donation Duel 1: "Put Outer vs. Deluminator" for The Marsha P. Johnson InstituteThanks to our sponsors! SUNSOIL: Get 30% off your first order!BETTERHELP: Get 10% off your first month!—Thanks for listening to this episode of Potterless! Don’t want the journey to stop? Check out the links below and as always, Wizard On!WEBSITE: PotterlessPodcast.com (LEARN ABOUT THE SHOW!)PATREON: patreon.com/potterless (SUPPORT THE SHOW!)TWITTER: twitter.com/potterlesspod (TWEET THE SHOW!)INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/potterlesspodcast (PICTURES OF THE SHOW!)FACEBOOK: facebook.com/potterless (HOME OF THE FANCY PRIVATE GROUP!)MERCH: potterlesspodcast.com/merch (REP THE SHOW!)DISCORD: (For $2+ patrons!)Created/Hosted/Edited/Produced by Mike Schubert, Music by Bettina Campomanes, Web Design/Art by Kelly SchubertLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep. 129 - A Very Potter Musical Act 2 (Part 1) w/ Dr. Hannah McGregor
Dr. Hannah McGregor told Mike long ago that she hates A Very Potter Musical. Now, she joins to cover the first half Act 2 and explain her frustrations with the production. Don't fret, though! Mike gets her to admit many aspects of it are great! Topics include: pitchforks, YouTube vloggers, High School Musical, the 90s Bulls, wigs, the Pulitzer, Spiderman 3, Canadian money, Vancouver food, funny bits of business, breaking wands, large props, Zac Efron, and more!Educate yourself about #BlackLivesMatter: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/#educateThanks to our sponsors!BETTERHELP: get 10% off your first month!BABY-SITTER'S CLUB CLUB: Listen wherever you get your podcasts!—Thanks for listening to this episode of Potterless! Don’t want the journey to stop? Check out the links below and as always, Wizard On!WEBSITE: PotterlessPodcast.com (LEARN ABOUT THE SHOW!)PATREON: patreon.com/potterless (SUPPORT THE SHOW!)TWITTER: twitter.com/potterlesspod (TWEET THE SHOW!)INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/potterlesspodcast (PICTURES OF THE SHOW!)FACEBOOK: facebook.com/potterless (HOME OF THE FANCY PRIVATE GROUP!)MERCH: potterlesspodcast.com/merch (REP THE SHOW!)DISCORD: (For $2+ patrons!)Created/Hosted/Edited/Produced by Mike Schubert, Music by Bettina Campomanes, Web Design/Art by Kelly SchubertLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lindy West is known for her fierce, funny and forthright analyses of contemporary culture. During a special event at the Vancouver Writers Fest, West speaks with Secret Feminist Agenda host and professor Hannah McGregor about her instant bestseller The Witches Are Coming, feminism, misogyny and meme culture.