Brought to you by Choice, the producer of the Patron Driven and The Authority File podcasts, the TIE Podcast is a series about equity, diversity, and inclusion in higher education and beyond. TIE Editor-in-Chief Alexia Hudson-Ward interviews thought leaders from across academia and the professional community, including academic librarians, administrators, faculty, and authors to explore a range of topics to address DEIA through a pedagogical, scholarly, curatorial, and workplace/professional lens. The TIE Podcast is part of the Toward Inclusive Excellence content vertical, which also includes weekly blog posts and periodic webinars.
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- Dr. Danielle Terrazas Williams on the Legacy of Free Women of African Descent in Colonial Mexico
- In Dialogue with Lessa Kanani’opua Pelayo-Lozada and Erin L. Ellis on Community, Diversity, and Self-Care in Librarianship
- Dr. Fredara Hadley on Ethnomusicology, the Musical Legacies of HBCUs, and Shirley Graham Du Bois
- Dr. Tamika Nunley on How Black Women Defined Liberty in 19th-Century America
- In Dialogue with Dr. Rasul Mowatt and Dr. Davarian Baldwin on the History and Import of Black Studies
- Discussing African Influences on American Society with Pulitzer Prize Winner David Hackett Fischer
- TIE Podcast Fall Semester: Dr. Adriene Lim on Academic Library Leadership and the Bamboo Ceiling
- TIE Podcast Fall Semester: Crystal McCormick Ware on the Impact of Belonging on Campus
- TIE Podcast Fall Semester: Dr. Davarian L. Baldwin on How Universities Exacerbate Inequities in Urban Living
- TIE Podcast Summer Session: Applying Social Justice Principles to Leisure Studies with NC State University’s Dr. Rasul Mowatt
- TIE Podcast Spring Semester: Discussing Diverse Representation in Children’s Books with Author Kaija Langley
- TIE Podcast Spring Semester: Maintaining Humanity at Work, with Univ. of Minnesota’s Dr. Michelle Duffy