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  • AnthroCast Episode #13

    AnthroCast Episode #13

    14/10/2007

    In this episode, show host Michael Martinez-Mann continues a series on anthropologist and publisher Mitch Allen. Mr. Allen was the executive director of Sage Publications and Alta Mira Press before leaving to found Left Coast Press, a publisher of academic and professional materials in the humanities, social sciences, and anthropology.  This is part two of the lecture given by Mitch Allen where he discusses his background and the world of anthropological publishing. For more information you can e-mail Mr. Allen at [email protected]astPress.com . You can learn more about Left Coast Press by visiting http://www.lcoastpress.com/  Music for the AnthroCast was �??Overdrive�?? provided by Blazej Lindner via the Podsafe Music Network. �??Overdrive�?? and �??The AnthroCast�?? are protected under the Creative Commons License.  The AnthroCast is a production of Clockwork Dragon Studios. For more information you can go to the Clockwork Dragon Studios website at http://www.clockworkdragonstudios.com

  • AnthroCast Episode #12

    AnthroCast Episode #12

    14/10/2007

    In this episode, show host Michael Martinez-Mann begins a series on anthropologist and publisher Mitch Allen. Mr. Allen was the executive director of Sage Publications and Alta Mira Press before leaving to found Left Coast Press, a publisher of academic and professional materials in the humanities, social sciences, and anthropology.  This is part one of the lecture given by Mitch Allen where he discusses his background and the world of anthropological publishing. For more information you can e-mail Mr. Allen at [email protected] . You can learn more about Left Coast Press by visiting http://www.lcoastpress.com/  Music for the AnthroCast was �??Overdrive�?? provided by Blazej Lindner via the Podsafe Music Network. �??Overdrive�?? and �??The AnthroCast�?? are protected under the Creative Commons License.  The AnthroCast is a production of Clockwork Dragon Studios. For more information you can go to the Clockwork Dragon Studios website at http://www.clockworkdragonstudios.com/ o

  • AnthroCast Episode #11

    AnthroCast Episode #11

    14/10/2007

    In this episode, show host Michael Martinez-Mann concludes a series of interviews about DePaul University�??s archaeological field project that took place during June 2006 at the former site of the Phyllis Wheatly Home for girls in Chicago�??s Historic Bronzeville District.  This is the conclusion of a talk with Bronzeville Community Leader Bobby Johnson about life in the community. For more information you can e-mail Bobby Johnson at [email protected] .  Music for the AnthroCast was �??Overdrive�?? provided by Blazej Lindner via the Podsafe Music Network. �??Overdrive�?? and �??The AnthroCast�?? are protected under the Creative Commons License.  The AnthroCast is a production of Clockwork Dragon Studios. For more information you can go to the Clockwork Dragon Studios website at http://www.clockworkdragonstudios.com/ or e-mail [email protected] 

  • AnthroCast Episode #10

    AnthroCast Episode #10

    14/10/2007

    In this episode, show host Michael Martinez-Mann continues a series of interviews about DePaul University�??s archaeological field project that took place during June 2006 at the former site of the Phyllis Wheatly Home for girls in Chicago�??s Historic Bronzeville District.  This is a talk with Bronzeville Community Leader Bobby Johnson about life in the community. For more information you can e-mail Bobby Johnson at [email protected] .  Music for the AnthroCast was �??Overdrive�?? provided by Blazej Lindner via the Podsafe Music Network. �??Overdrive�?? and �??The AnthroCast�?? are protected under the Creative Commons License.  The AnthroCast is a production of Clockwork Dragon Studios. For more information you can go to the Clockwork Dragon Studios website at http://www.clockworkdragonstudios.com/ or e-mail [email protected] 

  • AnthroCast Episode #9

    AnthroCast Episode #9

    14/10/2007

    In this episode, show host Michael Martinez-Mann continues a series of interviews about DePaul University�??s archaeological field project that took place during June 2006 at the former site of the Phyllis Wheatly Home for girls in Chicago�??s Historic Bronzeville District.  This is the conclusion of an interview with DePaul University Professor Anna Agbe-Davies who designed and executed the dig. For more information on Anna Agbe-Davies and the DePaul University Anthropology program you can e-mail her at [email protected] .  Music for the AnthroCast was �??Overdrive�?? provided by Blazej Lindner via the Podsafe Music Network. �??Overdrive�?? and �??The AnthroCast�?? are protected under the Creative Commons License.  The AnthroCast is a production of Clockwork Dragon Studios. For more information you can go to the Clockwork Dragon Studios website at http://www.clockworkdragonstudios.com/ or e-mail [email protected] 

  • AnthroCast Episode #8

    AnthroCast Episode #8

    14/10/2007

    In this episode, show host Michael Martinez-Mann continues a series of interviews about DePaul University�??s archaeological field project that took place during June 2006 at the former site of the Phyllis Wheatly Home for girls in Chicago�??s Historic Bronzeville District.  This is an interview with DePaul University Professor Anna Agbe-Davies who designed and executed the dig. For more information on Anna Agbe-Davies and the DePaul University Anthropology program you can e-mail her at [email protected] .  Music for the AnthroCast was �??Overdrive�?? provided by Blazej Lindner via the Podsafe Music Network. �??Overdrive�?? and �??The AnthroCast�?? are protected under the Creative Commons License.  The AnthroCast is a production of Clockwork Dragon Studios. For more information you can go to the Clockwork Dragon Studios website at http://www.clockworkdragonstudios.com/ or e-mail [email protected]

  • Arts on Air #3 Allison Hedge Coke

    Arts on Air #3 Allison Hedge Coke

    04/07/2007

    Welcome to Arts on Air, a monthly podcast featuring interviews with writers, artists, and other creative thinkers. In Episode #3, host Debbie Wood Holton interviews Allison Hedge Coke. To find out more about Allison go to her new website: http://www.nativewiki.org/Allison_Hedge_Coke. To find out more about her most recent work, Blood Run, go to:  http://www.amazon.com/Blood-Earthworks-Allison-Adelle-Hedge/dp/1844712664   Debbie Holton and Arnold Graham produced the theme music, �??Cherimoya Groove.�?? Shyvette Williams painted �??Girl in Clouds�?? (detail, 1992). Special thanks goes to Dr. Robert Rotenberg, Anthropology professor, DePaul University. Contact: [email protected]      This work is licensed under a  Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License. 

  • Local Heroes #8 Katie Suleta

    Local Heroes #8 Katie Suleta

    01/06/2007

    Local Heroes is a show that interviews undergraduates at DePaul who have completed independent research projects.  If you would like to participate in this program, contact Dr. Rotenberg at [email protected]  The music for this program is Superheroes by [munk], a Boston-based singer songwriter. Check out more of his music at http://www.waxboy.com/munk.html  

  • Local Heroes #7 Jennifer Sanchez

    Local Heroes #7 Jennifer Sanchez

    01/06/2007

    Local Heroes is a show that interviews undergraduates at DePaul who have completed independent research projects.  If you would like to participate in this program, contact Dr. Rotenberg at [email protected]  The music for this program is Superheroes by [munk], a Boston-based singer songwriter. Check out more of his music at http://www.waxboy.com/munk.html  

  • Arts on Air #2 John Briggs

    Arts on Air #2 John Briggs

    24/05/2007

    Welcome to Arts on Air, a monthly podcast featuring interviews with writers, artists, and other creative thinkers. In Episode #2, host Debbie Wood Holton interviews Dr. John Briggs, Distinguished Professor of English at Western Connecticut University, who discusses, among other topics, his theory of creativity and clouds. Visit his website at Western Connecticut State University: http://people.wcsu.edu/briggsj/. To find out about the Black Earth Institute visit: www.blackearthinstitute.org   Debbie Wood Holton and Arnold Graham produced the theme music, �??Cherimoya Groove.�?? All photographs in this episode are by Debbie Wood Holton. Special thanks goes to Dr. Robert Rotenberg, Anthropology professor, DePaul University. For information about the program send an email to: [email protected]      This work and work is licensed under a  Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License. 

  • Arts on Air #1

    Arts on Air #1

    19/05/2007

    Welcome to Arts on Air, a monthly podcast featuring interviews with writers, artists, and other creative thinkers. In Episode #1, host Debbie Wood Holton introduces listeners to the program�??s format. To hear Ruth Gannon Cook�??s podcast interview mentioned in this episode, go to: http://dis.is.depaul.edu:16080/weblog/rrotenbe/DPN/, Signs and Symbols Podcast #5 Deborah Holton. The websites she mentions are, Breakthruwriting.com and the BlackEarthInsitute.org.   Debbie Holton and Arnold Graham produced the theme music, �??Cherimoya Groove.�?? Special thanks goes to Robert Rotenberg, Anthropology professor, DePaul University.       This  work is licensed under a  Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License. 

  • Local Heroes #6 Sarah Kalsbeek

    Local Heroes #6 Sarah Kalsbeek

    14/05/2007

    Local Heroes is a show that interviews undergraduates at DePaul who have completed independent research projects.  If you would like to participate in this program, contact Dr. Rotenberg at [email protected]  The music for this program is Superheroes by [munk], a Boston-based singer songwriter. Check out more of his music at http://www.waxboy.com/munk.html  

  • Local Heroes #5 Ryan Vanderbilt

    Local Heroes #5 Ryan Vanderbilt

    14/05/2007

    Local Heroes is a show that interviews undergraduates at DePaul who have completed independent research projects.  If you would like to participate in this program, contact Dr. Rotenberg at [email protected]  The music for this program is Superheroes by [munk], a Boston-based singer songwriter. Check out more of his music at http://www.waxboy.com/munk.html  

  • Episode # 3 Student and Indie Games

    Episode # 3 Student and Indie Games

    06/05/2007

    This week, all five of our hosts are around talking about their experiences about making games as students both for classes and in their free time. There are a great variety of projects from flash games to mods to full games, 2d to 3d and team sizes, from 2-20 people. After this discussion is an interview with Mark Morris of Introversion Software. Later is an interview with Tim Schafer of Double Fine. As usual, we also talk about what we have been playing, some gaming news, and what we are looking forward to.  The theme music was written and performed by The Dave Morris Hostage, Andrew Bowerman, and Adhesion. Outro Music was music was written and performed by 2nd Mouse. This weeks break music was "Less Than Seven" written and performed by 37hz. The Defrag Podcast and all music played on this show are protected under Creative Commons License.    For more inforemation about DeFrag or to subscirbe to this podcast visit http://defrag.depaul.edu/podcast/. Direct questions or comments to podcast