On this episode, we talk about our visit to the 2021 Chattanooga Film Festival including the films Danni & the Vampire, Night Drive and Black Medusa.
This week, I talk to Dr. Cassandra Alexopoulos about her work on media effects related to infidelity.
This week, I talk to Dr. Johanna Mellis about her work on the history of sports.
On the tenth episode of season two, Mike speaks with Carl Hewitt about engaging the cool, the storyline that made X-Men’s civil rights allegory apparent, when nerds took over and getting into anime.
This week, I talk to Dr. Joe Krulder about his book about the execution of Admiral John Byng.
On this episode, Trevor Snyder joins us to discuss George Romero’s zombie films.
This week, I talk to Dr. Brandon Jett about his work on the history of race and policing.
On the ninth episode of season two, Mike speaks with Cornelieus Minor, Brooklyn-based educator, about his work to create equitable literacy reform, equitable schools and how his passion to do so intersects with his love of comics. Cornelieus drops the secret as to how Squirrel Girl defeated both Thanos AND Galactus — and how you can apply it to your life.
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.