Books@Queen’s: Armand Garnet Ruffo

Armand Garnet Ruffo (Department of English), on Legends of My People, The Great Ojibway, by Norval Morriseau

Episode host: Michael Fraser

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

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Books@Queen’s: Daniel Woolf

Daniel Woolf (Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s), on Metahistory: The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Europe, by Hayden White

Episode host: Aidan Fallon

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Kip Pegley

Kip Pegley (Dan School of Drama and Music), on Live Your Strongest Life, by Marcus Buckingham

Episode host: Noah Crete-Woodhouse

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Susan Olding

Susan Olding (Faculty of Education / PhD Candidate in Cultural Studies), on The Letters of John Keats

Episode host: Bryce Fletch

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Daniel David Moses

Daniel David Moses (Dan School of Drama and Music) on “Little Bear Woman”

Episode host: Kelsey Lussier

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Max Montalvo

Max Montalvo (School of Medicine), on On Directing Film, by David Mamet

Episode host: Maggie Ou

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Kim Renders

Kim Renders (Dan School of Drama and Music), on Dune by Frank Herbert

Episode host: Sam Zimerman

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Elizabeth Hanson

Elizabeth Hanson (Department of English), on To the Lighthouse, by Virginia Woolf

Episode host: Spencer Venable

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: John Burge

John Burge (Dan School of Drama and Music), on Play the Piano Drunk Like a Percussion Instrument Until the Fingers Begin to Bleed a Bit, by Charles Bukowski

Episode host: Nicole Alevras

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Martha Bailey

Martha Bailey (Faculty of Law), on Zen Flesh, Zen Bones, by Paul Reps

Episode host: Jonathan Bensimon

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.