Since our launch episode in January, the Modernist Podcast has had an overwhelming – and slightly unbelievable! – amount of support from students, academics, networks and institutions. Our audience is constantly expanding, with panellists and listeners from around the globe, critiquing modernism in all its forms. We are proud of our work so far, and excited to hear our future panellists discussing themes as disparate as race, sexuality, war, technology and medicine.
Due to this magnanimous support however, our panels for 2017 are already full. This has led to an overwhelming demand from students, meaning that we have had to turn down projects brimming with talent. To remedy this, we at the podcast have decided to release our schedule for 2018 early, allowing researchers to secure places and panels to get to know one another. We are truly excited about these panels, which expand upon our current discussions, as well as allow us to take the podcast in new directions, with episodes dedicated to Woolf, H.D. and Joyce.
You can check out the full schedule for 2018 here. To get involved, email us at email@example.com with the panel you would like to be on, and a brief description on your research. We accept exceptional MA students, PhDs or ECRs within two years of their viva. If you are a early career researcher, consider getting involved, and if you are an academic, help our work by sharing this call-out with your students.
We eagerly await participants to join our fantastic line-up!
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This announcement does not end our commitment to diversifying our panels, as outlined here. If you are a researcher of colour and would like to get involved with any future panel, we will make space for you.