Radio interview segments now available

As I noted earlier, last month I was interviewed on Milt Rosenberg’s Extension 720 radio show in the company of Dan Drezner and Sean Carroll, two other Chicagoland academic bloggers.

Segments of the interview are now available as an mp3 file.

The first part of the podcast is from another interview. If you want to skip ahead to the sections from our show then here is where you’ll want to slide the player once the file has loaded:

Extension 720 podcast location indicator

 

4 Responses to “Radio interview segments now available”

  1. s Says:

    Nice! I’d really like to make this available to the Marquette faculty participating in the Certificate in Electronic Teaching program. The real question is, do I link it as you have, or do I crop out the (no doubt fascinating) historian and then mirror it myself?

  2. eszter Says:

    Good question. You may want to contact Extension 720 to see if they’re okay with you editing the podcast. I’ll email you a contact person there. Thanks for the interest.

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