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Oxford University Press’s academic insights for the thinking world combine authority, innovation, and excellence. On Soundcloud, we’re sharing audio resources for students, scholars, and researchers.

Latest Episodes

Based On A True Story – Episode 52 – The Oxford Comment

On this episode, we examine the significant role of academic consultants within television and movies, with the help of author and consultant, Diana Walsh Pasulka. The use of consultants on set has steadily increased since the early twentieth century, and we investigate why this trend has become a popular practice, and how it impacts the … Continue reading Based On A True Story – Episode 52 – The Oxford Comment →

33 MINJAN 31
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Based On A True Story – Episode 52 – The Oxford Comment

The History Of Holiday Traditions – Episode 51 – The Oxford Comment

On this episode of the Oxford Comment, we examine the history of holiday traditions and attempt to figure out why we continue to celebrate them; even the strange ones. Our guest, Gerry Bowler, author of “Christmas in the Crosshairs: Two Thousand Years of Denouncing and Defending the World’s Most Celebrated Holiday” explores the entire sweep … Continue reading The History Of Holiday Traditions – Episode 51 – The Oxford Comment →

22 MIN2018 DEC 22
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The History Of Holiday Traditions – Episode 51 – The Oxford Comment

The Politics of Food – Episode 50 – The Oxford Comment

On this episode of The Oxford Comment, we explore the social, economic and psychological issues that families face, when providing meals year-round, especially during Thanksgiving and the holidays. From parent-shaming to the expense of eating organic, the food we eat says more than meets the eye. With the help of the authors of “Pressure Cooker: … Continue reading The Politics of Food – Episode 50 – The Oxford Comment →

27 MIN2018 NOV 21
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The Politics of Food – Episode 50 – The Oxford Comment

Technology, Privacy and Politics Minisode – Episode 49.2 – The Oxford Comment

On this minisode of The Oxford Comment, Katelyn Phillips sits down with Lexi Beach, owner of Astoria Bookshop, to discuss how politics play a role in stacking the shelves at independent bookstores. Follow @astoriabookshop on Twitter Facebook: facebook.com/astoriabookshop www.astoriabookshop.com Oxford University Press

22 MIN2018 NOV 3
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Technology, Privacy and Politics Minisode – Episode 49.2 – The Oxford Comment

Technology, Privacy and Politics – Episode 49 – The Oxford Comment

On this episode of the Oxford Comment, we are taking a look at how elections are influenced by technology with the help of Jamie Susskind and Siva Vaidhyanathan. From fake news to Cambridge Analytica, the 2016 election was the first look at how digital media will influence modern campaigns. The 2018 midterm elections will amplify … Continue reading Technology, Privacy and Politics – Episode 49 – The Oxford Comment →

49 MIN2018 OCT 26
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Technology, Privacy and Politics – Episode 49 – The Oxford Comment

Consent On Campus Minisode – Episode 48.2 – The Oxford Comment

Warning: This episode of The Oxford Comment includes discussion of sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised. On this minisode of The Oxford Comment, we hop on a call with Jes Lukes, co-owner of “A Room of One’s Own” an independent book store in the heart of college town Madison, Wisconsin. Jes provides insight to some … Continue reading Consent On Campus Minisode – Episode 48.2 – The Oxford Comment →

14 MIN2018 OCT 11
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Consent On Campus Minisode – Episode 48.2 – The Oxford Comment

Consent on Campus – Episode 48 – The Oxford Comment

Warning: This episode of The Oxford Comment includes discussion of sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised. On this episode of The Oxford Comment we are discussing how one’s thoughts on consent are formed over a lifetime. From what students learn in school to how popular culture in their teenage years frames their reference, the psychology … Continue reading Consent on Campus – Episode 48 – The Oxford Comment →

49 MIN2018 SEP 26
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Consent on Campus – Episode 48 – The Oxford Comment

World Humanitarian Day Minisode – Episode 47.2 – The Oxford Comment

On this minisode of The Oxford Comment, Katelyn Phillips sits down with Hannah Oliver-Depp, Communications Director of WORD Bookstores and Cafe, Jersey City & Brooklyn. Oxford University Press

16 MIN2018 SEP 8
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World Humanitarian Day Minisode – Episode 47.2 – The Oxford Comment

World Humanitarian Day – Episode 47 – The Oxford Comment

On this episode of The Oxford Comment, we explore what drives people to dedicate their lives to humanitarianism. We also take a look at rising social media trends centered around advocacy and humanitarian efforts. Activists use social platforms to engage with one another and attract attention to their causes. Humanitarian efforts are going beyond hashtags … Continue reading World Humanitarian Day – Episode 47 – The Oxford Comment →

49 MIN2018 AUG 18
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World Humanitarian Day – Episode 47 – The Oxford Comment

New Narrative Nonfiction Minisode – Episode 46.2 – The Oxford Comment

On this minisode of the Oxford Comment, we spoke with Adam Sonderberg from the Seminary Co-op Bookstore to discuss how the rise of narrative nonfiction has impacted indie bookstore culture. Oxford University Press

13 MIN2018 AUG 9
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New Narrative Nonfiction Minisode – Episode 46.2 – The Oxford Comment

Latest Episodes

Based On A True Story – Episode 52 – The Oxford Comment

On this episode, we examine the significant role of academic consultants within television and movies, with the help of author and consultant, Diana Walsh Pasulka. The use of consultants on set has steadily increased since the early twentieth century, and we investigate why this trend has become a popular practice, and how it impacts the … Continue reading Based On A True Story – Episode 52 – The Oxford Comment →

33 MINJAN 31
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Based On A True Story – Episode 52 – The Oxford Comment

The History Of Holiday Traditions – Episode 51 – The Oxford Comment

On this episode of the Oxford Comment, we examine the history of holiday traditions and attempt to figure out why we continue to celebrate them; even the strange ones. Our guest, Gerry Bowler, author of “Christmas in the Crosshairs: Two Thousand Years of Denouncing and Defending the World’s Most Celebrated Holiday” explores the entire sweep … Continue reading The History Of Holiday Traditions – Episode 51 – The Oxford Comment →

22 MIN2018 DEC 22
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The History Of Holiday Traditions – Episode 51 – The Oxford Comment

The Politics of Food – Episode 50 – The Oxford Comment

On this episode of The Oxford Comment, we explore the social, economic and psychological issues that families face, when providing meals year-round, especially during Thanksgiving and the holidays. From parent-shaming to the expense of eating organic, the food we eat says more than meets the eye. With the help of the authors of “Pressure Cooker: … Continue reading The Politics of Food – Episode 50 – The Oxford Comment →

27 MIN2018 NOV 21
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The Politics of Food – Episode 50 – The Oxford Comment

Technology, Privacy and Politics Minisode – Episode 49.2 – The Oxford Comment

On this minisode of The Oxford Comment, Katelyn Phillips sits down with Lexi Beach, owner of Astoria Bookshop, to discuss how politics play a role in stacking the shelves at independent bookstores. Follow @astoriabookshop on Twitter Facebook: facebook.com/astoriabookshop www.astoriabookshop.com Oxford University Press

22 MIN2018 NOV 3
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Technology, Privacy and Politics Minisode – Episode 49.2 – The Oxford Comment

Technology, Privacy and Politics – Episode 49 – The Oxford Comment

On this episode of the Oxford Comment, we are taking a look at how elections are influenced by technology with the help of Jamie Susskind and Siva Vaidhyanathan. From fake news to Cambridge Analytica, the 2016 election was the first look at how digital media will influence modern campaigns. The 2018 midterm elections will amplify … Continue reading Technology, Privacy and Politics – Episode 49 – The Oxford Comment →

49 MIN2018 OCT 26
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Technology, Privacy and Politics – Episode 49 – The Oxford Comment

Consent On Campus Minisode – Episode 48.2 – The Oxford Comment

Warning: This episode of The Oxford Comment includes discussion of sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised. On this minisode of The Oxford Comment, we hop on a call with Jes Lukes, co-owner of “A Room of One’s Own” an independent book store in the heart of college town Madison, Wisconsin. Jes provides insight to some … Continue reading Consent On Campus Minisode – Episode 48.2 – The Oxford Comment →

14 MIN2018 OCT 11
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Consent On Campus Minisode – Episode 48.2 – The Oxford Comment

Consent on Campus – Episode 48 – The Oxford Comment

Warning: This episode of The Oxford Comment includes discussion of sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised. On this episode of The Oxford Comment we are discussing how one’s thoughts on consent are formed over a lifetime. From what students learn in school to how popular culture in their teenage years frames their reference, the psychology … Continue reading Consent on Campus – Episode 48 – The Oxford Comment →

49 MIN2018 SEP 26
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Consent on Campus – Episode 48 – The Oxford Comment

World Humanitarian Day Minisode – Episode 47.2 – The Oxford Comment

On this minisode of The Oxford Comment, Katelyn Phillips sits down with Hannah Oliver-Depp, Communications Director of WORD Bookstores and Cafe, Jersey City & Brooklyn. Oxford University Press

16 MIN2018 SEP 8
Comments
World Humanitarian Day Minisode – Episode 47.2 – The Oxford Comment

World Humanitarian Day – Episode 47 – The Oxford Comment

On this episode of The Oxford Comment, we explore what drives people to dedicate their lives to humanitarianism. We also take a look at rising social media trends centered around advocacy and humanitarian efforts. Activists use social platforms to engage with one another and attract attention to their causes. Humanitarian efforts are going beyond hashtags … Continue reading World Humanitarian Day – Episode 47 – The Oxford Comment →

49 MIN2018 AUG 18
Comments
World Humanitarian Day – Episode 47 – The Oxford Comment

New Narrative Nonfiction Minisode – Episode 46.2 – The Oxford Comment

On this minisode of the Oxford Comment, we spoke with Adam Sonderberg from the Seminary Co-op Bookstore to discuss how the rise of narrative nonfiction has impacted indie bookstore culture. Oxford University Press

13 MIN2018 AUG 9
Comments
New Narrative Nonfiction Minisode – Episode 46.2 – The Oxford Comment
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