This week, I talk to Dr. Lane Forsman about his research on sexual violence services from a social work perspective.
This week, I talk to Dr. Anwar Mhajne, Assistant Professor from Stonehill College, about her work on cybersecurity and the politics of cybersecurity.
If Jason still haunts you, you’re not alone! It’s A New Beginning! Join the Enchmob for a complete watchalong of Friday the 13th: Part V! Just hit play when Griff tells you to and you’re all set for some damn commentary while you watch!
On the eighth episode of season two, Mike speaks with Stanford Carpenter about his interest in the relationship between comic books and anthropology. Plus, hear how Stanford has crossed paths and worked with with many names familiar to the podcast.
This week, I talk to Dr. Justin Schon from the University of Virginia about his work on immigration, immigration enforcement and climate refugees.
The Ench Mob gets together to celebrate the special day — and they talk Mass Effect, all-time great movie trilogies, and the Washington Football Team!
On the seventh episode of season two, Mike speaks with Stacey Robinson & Alverne Ball about their new graphic novel, Across the Tracks, remembering Greenwood, Black Wall Street, and the Tulsa Race Massacre.
This week, I talk to Dr. Aaron Hynds from the University of Kentucky about his work teaching audio engineering and his experience as a professional tubist.
This week, I talk to Stefan Kehlenbach about political theory, big data and the effect technology has on society.
The crew of It’s Them Damn Enchiladas: The Podcast meets their biggest challenge yet! It’s a special episode, as The Thirds has caused quite the bit of face-numbing distress, as both Da Bomb and The Last Dab Apollo are consumed during the recording! Press play to find out just how hot things get!