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Catalyst: A Creative Industries Podcast

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From Chapman University in Orange County California, Catalyst gives listeners a chance to learn about the Creative Industries through conversations with individuals from a wide array of backgrounds who are working in CI all over the globe. Hear how CI is influencing the public and private sector alike, and how local influences shape a region’s creative landscape. Hosts and CI ‘s biggest fans, Taryn Stroop and Shannon Halverson-Gorajia explore CI in the 21st century highlighting the people, policies and practices that are shaping today’s creative economy.

Latest Episodes

Forgetting Fascism: Part Three- The Rise and Fall of Italy's Jews

In this concluding episode of Catalyst's special 3 part series, Dr. Klein, Associate Professor of History at Chapman University, examines why even Jews exculpated Italy. Travel back in time to nineteenth-century ghetto life to understand Jews’ gilded memory of Fascism. Sound editing: Katie Blasing and Julia Sirkin (Chapman ‘19). Sound credits: Killer Tracks.

7 MINSEP 18
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Forgetting Fascism: Part Three- The Rise and Fall of Italy's Jews

Forgetting Fascism: Part Two- The Myth of the Good Italian

In Part 1 of this series Dr. Shira Klein, Associate Professor of History at Chapman University, explored whathappened to Italy's Jews during World War II. Now listen to find out what people say happened. Oddly, Italy has gone down in history as the country that saved Jews, the “good Axis.” Sound editing: Katie Blasing and Julia Sirkin (Chapman ‘19). Sound credits: Killer Tracks.

11 MINSEP 18
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Forgetting Fascism: Part Two- The Myth of the Good Italian

Forgetting Fascism: Part One-The Great Betrayal

What was Jewish life like under Fascism? How did the Holocaust unfold in Italy? In this special 3 part series, learn about Italy and the Jews in World War II. Dr. Shira Klein Associate Professor of History at Chapman University, uncovers the Italian Race Laws, the Nazi and Fascist manhunt for Jews, and how Jews attempted to escape via the snowy Alps. Sound Editing: Katie Blasing and Julia Sirkin (Chapman ‘19). Sound credits: Killer Tracks.

10 MINSEP 18
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Forgetting Fascism: Part One-The Great Betrayal

The Influences and Interests of a Southern California Icon with Freelance Reporter and Author, Gustavo Arellano

A self-described bookworm, Gustavo Arellano spent his childhood at the Anaheim Public Library where he fell in love with classic works, such as The Catcher in the Rye and the surrealist poetry of the Beats. Influenced by jocular treasures such as Mad Magazine and In Loving Color, Gustavo shares how he discovered his own comedic voice through his satirical column “Ask a Mexican” and how his experience at the O.C. Weekly paved the way for a successful career as a freelance reporter, food critic, author.

77 MINAPR 26
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The Influences and Interests of a Southern California Icon with Freelance Reporter and Author, Gustavo Arellano

Bibles, Billboards and Someguy with Brian Singer, San Francisco-based Artist and Designer

It is almost as if artist Brian Singer is riding a giant pendulum through the chapters of his life. One moment he is managing a communication design team at corporate giant Facebook, but the next time you see him he is orchestrating a public-space art installation highlighting the plight of homelessness in his city of San Francisco. Join Taryn Stoop and Shannon Halverson-Gorajia as they get to the bottom of who this Someguy really is.

84 MINMAR 27
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Bibles, Billboards and Someguy with Brian Singer, San Francisco-based Artist and Designer

When False Starts and Wanderlust Lead to Unexpected Careers in Public Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

Did you know public archaeology was a thing? We didn’t, not until we sat down for a chat with Chapman CCI Professor Jamie Larkin and his fellow alumnus and friend, Paul Burtenshaw of Sustainable Preservation Initiative. Neither of these men began their education with a clear idea of where they would end up, but a curiosity about the world coupled with some trial-and-error eventually led them to the fields of public archaeology and cultural heritage, and as a bonus they gained a friendship along the way.

103 MINMAR 12
Comments
When False Starts and Wanderlust Lead to Unexpected Careers in Public Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

020: CCI Takes Human Form with Raul Guzman, Assistant Curator, Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

Listen along with your hosts, Taryn Stoop and Shannon Halverson-Gorajia, as they travel with Raul Guzman, Assistant Curator at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on an auditory journey through the Los Angeles film Industry, Mexican cinema, grad school in New York, and finally the incredible new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, which is set to open this year.

26 MINFEB 26
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020: CCI Takes Human Form with Raul Guzman, Assistant Curator, Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

A New Look at Old Hollywood With Karina Longworth

Since 2014 fans of history and Hollywood, and darn good writing, have enjoyed the delectable You Must Remember This podcast - a tasty treat for those with a craving for stories from a bygone era. In her podcast, Karina Longworth has created a successful platform for exploring the “secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century.” Your hosts listen with rapt attention as she guides them through glimpses of what the reality of being as author, critic, and podcast producer/host can be like

51 MIN2018 NOV 26
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A New Look at Old Hollywood With Karina Longworth

Passion Needs a Back Up Plan With Emily Mahon

Have you ever been really good at something and thought I wish I could do this for a living? Conversely, have you ever been really good at something but then decided to walk away from it? Our lives are filled with hard choices almost from the time we start to make choices. But the decision of what you are going to do, what your career is going to be, whether or not you should follow your passion, has to be in the top five at least.

99 MIN2018 NOV 12
Comments
Passion Needs a Back Up Plan With Emily Mahon

Road Trips, Road Blocks and the Olympics: Life Lessons with Sorrel Geddes

There are times in life when one realizes that they have come full circle from whence they started. A child who grew up with a father in film production, Sorrel purposefully chose a path that would lead her away from that industry. However, the stops of life and career she made along the way, including working for the Olympic committee, and in events and outreach for our very own Dodge College here at Chapman University, informed and empowered her journey back to the film industry.

56 MIN2018 NOV 5
Comments
Road Trips, Road Blocks and the Olympics: Life Lessons with Sorrel Geddes

Latest Episodes

Forgetting Fascism: Part Three- The Rise and Fall of Italy's Jews

In this concluding episode of Catalyst's special 3 part series, Dr. Klein, Associate Professor of History at Chapman University, examines why even Jews exculpated Italy. Travel back in time to nineteenth-century ghetto life to understand Jews’ gilded memory of Fascism. Sound editing: Katie Blasing and Julia Sirkin (Chapman ‘19). Sound credits: Killer Tracks.

7 MINSEP 18
Comments
Forgetting Fascism: Part Three- The Rise and Fall of Italy's Jews

Forgetting Fascism: Part Two- The Myth of the Good Italian

In Part 1 of this series Dr. Shira Klein, Associate Professor of History at Chapman University, explored whathappened to Italy's Jews during World War II. Now listen to find out what people say happened. Oddly, Italy has gone down in history as the country that saved Jews, the “good Axis.” Sound editing: Katie Blasing and Julia Sirkin (Chapman ‘19). Sound credits: Killer Tracks.

11 MINSEP 18
Comments
Forgetting Fascism: Part Two- The Myth of the Good Italian

Forgetting Fascism: Part One-The Great Betrayal

What was Jewish life like under Fascism? How did the Holocaust unfold in Italy? In this special 3 part series, learn about Italy and the Jews in World War II. Dr. Shira Klein Associate Professor of History at Chapman University, uncovers the Italian Race Laws, the Nazi and Fascist manhunt for Jews, and how Jews attempted to escape via the snowy Alps. Sound Editing: Katie Blasing and Julia Sirkin (Chapman ‘19). Sound credits: Killer Tracks.

10 MINSEP 18
Comments
Forgetting Fascism: Part One-The Great Betrayal

The Influences and Interests of a Southern California Icon with Freelance Reporter and Author, Gustavo Arellano

A self-described bookworm, Gustavo Arellano spent his childhood at the Anaheim Public Library where he fell in love with classic works, such as The Catcher in the Rye and the surrealist poetry of the Beats. Influenced by jocular treasures such as Mad Magazine and In Loving Color, Gustavo shares how he discovered his own comedic voice through his satirical column “Ask a Mexican” and how his experience at the O.C. Weekly paved the way for a successful career as a freelance reporter, food critic, author.

77 MINAPR 26
Comments
The Influences and Interests of a Southern California Icon with Freelance Reporter and Author, Gustavo Arellano

Bibles, Billboards and Someguy with Brian Singer, San Francisco-based Artist and Designer

It is almost as if artist Brian Singer is riding a giant pendulum through the chapters of his life. One moment he is managing a communication design team at corporate giant Facebook, but the next time you see him he is orchestrating a public-space art installation highlighting the plight of homelessness in his city of San Francisco. Join Taryn Stoop and Shannon Halverson-Gorajia as they get to the bottom of who this Someguy really is.

84 MINMAR 27
Comments
Bibles, Billboards and Someguy with Brian Singer, San Francisco-based Artist and Designer

When False Starts and Wanderlust Lead to Unexpected Careers in Public Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

Did you know public archaeology was a thing? We didn’t, not until we sat down for a chat with Chapman CCI Professor Jamie Larkin and his fellow alumnus and friend, Paul Burtenshaw of Sustainable Preservation Initiative. Neither of these men began their education with a clear idea of where they would end up, but a curiosity about the world coupled with some trial-and-error eventually led them to the fields of public archaeology and cultural heritage, and as a bonus they gained a friendship along the way.

103 MINMAR 12
Comments
When False Starts and Wanderlust Lead to Unexpected Careers in Public Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

020: CCI Takes Human Form with Raul Guzman, Assistant Curator, Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

Listen along with your hosts, Taryn Stoop and Shannon Halverson-Gorajia, as they travel with Raul Guzman, Assistant Curator at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on an auditory journey through the Los Angeles film Industry, Mexican cinema, grad school in New York, and finally the incredible new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, which is set to open this year.

26 MINFEB 26
Comments
020: CCI Takes Human Form with Raul Guzman, Assistant Curator, Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

A New Look at Old Hollywood With Karina Longworth

Since 2014 fans of history and Hollywood, and darn good writing, have enjoyed the delectable You Must Remember This podcast - a tasty treat for those with a craving for stories from a bygone era. In her podcast, Karina Longworth has created a successful platform for exploring the “secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century.” Your hosts listen with rapt attention as she guides them through glimpses of what the reality of being as author, critic, and podcast producer/host can be like

51 MIN2018 NOV 26
Comments
A New Look at Old Hollywood With Karina Longworth

Passion Needs a Back Up Plan With Emily Mahon

Have you ever been really good at something and thought I wish I could do this for a living? Conversely, have you ever been really good at something but then decided to walk away from it? Our lives are filled with hard choices almost from the time we start to make choices. But the decision of what you are going to do, what your career is going to be, whether or not you should follow your passion, has to be in the top five at least.

99 MIN2018 NOV 12
Comments
Passion Needs a Back Up Plan With Emily Mahon

Road Trips, Road Blocks and the Olympics: Life Lessons with Sorrel Geddes

There are times in life when one realizes that they have come full circle from whence they started. A child who grew up with a father in film production, Sorrel purposefully chose a path that would lead her away from that industry. However, the stops of life and career she made along the way, including working for the Olympic committee, and in events and outreach for our very own Dodge College here at Chapman University, informed and empowered her journey back to the film industry.

56 MIN2018 NOV 5
Comments
Road Trips, Road Blocks and the Olympics: Life Lessons with Sorrel Geddes
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