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On Humanity is the Carnegie Mellon University Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Science’s podcast. Bess Family Dean Richard Scheines interviews faculty members who are pioneers in their fields, taking on some of society’s most pressing challenges. Learn about their research, career pathways and personal interests. Join us as we focus on the people who make Dietrich College a vibrant community and why they do work that matters.

Latest Episodes

Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 3: Current projects on Harriet Tubman and rice)

Edda Fields-Blackdiscusses her contemporary symphonic work “Casop: A Requiem for Rice,” which tells the story of enslaved laborers on rice plantations in Lowcountry South Carolina and Georgia. She also previews her upcoming book about an often-untold story about Harriet Tubman. The first woman to lead men into battle in a major U.S. military operation, Tubman recruited spies, scouts, and pilots who guided 150 African American Union soldiers to rescue more than 750 blacks enslaved on rice plantations in the Combahee River Raid during the Civil War.

9 MIN2 w ago
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Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 3: Current projects on Harriet Tubman and rice)

Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 2: Tracing roots and visiting West Africa)

Edda Fields-Blackdiscusses her contemporary symphonic work “Casop: A Requiem for Rice,” which tells the story of enslaved laborers on rice plantations in Lowcountry South Carolina and Georgia. She also previews her upcoming book about an often-untold story about Harriet Tubman. The first woman to lead men into battle in a major U.S. military operation, Tubman recruited spies, scouts, and pilots who guided 150 African American Union soldiers to rescue more than 750 blacks enslaved on rice plantations in the Combahee River Raid during the Civil War.

11 MIN2 w ago
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Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 2: Tracing roots and visiting West Africa)

Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 1: Creating and performing “Casop”)

Edda Fields-Blackdiscusses her contemporary symphonic work “Casop: A Requiem for Rice,” which tells the story of enslaved laborers on rice plantations in Lowcountry South Carolina and Georgia. She also previews her upcoming book about an often-untold story about Harriet Tubman. The first woman to lead men into battle in a major U.S. military operation, Tubman recruited spies, scouts, and pilots who guided 150 African American Union soldiers to rescue more than 750 blacks enslaved on rice plantations in the Combahee River Raid during the Civil War.

21 MIN2 w ago
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Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 1: Creating and performing “Casop”)

Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Full Episode)

Edda Fields-Blackdiscusses her contemporary symphonic work “Casop: A Requiem for Rice,” which tells the story of enslaved laborers on rice plantations in Lowcountry South Carolina and Georgia. She also previews her upcoming book about an often-untold story about Harriet Tubman. The first woman to lead men into battle in a major U.S. military operation, Tubman recruited spies, scouts, and pilots who guided 150 African American Union soldiers to rescue more than 750 blacks enslaved on rice plantations in the Combahee River Raid during the Civil War.

41 MIN2 w ago
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Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Full Episode)

Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 3: IS Student Projects with Impact)

Jeria Quesenberrydiscusses her work on global diversity and inclusion issues in tech fields. She also highlights the Information Systems Program’s project-based courses for social good, which she describes as “the jewels in our crown.”

7 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 3: IS Student Projects with Impact)

Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 2: Transitioning into Academia)

Jeria Quesenberrydiscusses her work on global diversity and inclusion issues in tech fields. She also highlights the Information Systems Program’s project-based courses for social good, which she describes as “the jewels in our crown.”

8 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 2: Transitioning into Academia)

Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 1: Diversity and Inclusion in Tech)

Jeria Quesenberrydiscusses her work on global diversity and inclusion issues in tech fields. She also highlights the Information Systems Program’s project-based courses for social good, which she describes as “the jewels in our crown.”

19 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 1: Diversity and Inclusion in Tech)

Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Full Episode)

Jeria Quesenberrydiscusses her work on global diversity and inclusion issues in tech fields. She also highlights the Information Systems Program’s project-based courses for social good, which she describes as “the jewels in our crown.”

33 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Full Episode)

Political Rhetoric with John Oddo

The Department of English’s John Oddo explores political rhetoric surrounding war with guest host and national columnist David Shribman, a scholar-in-residence at the Dietrich College. Oddo discusses his research on how the members of the media report on victims of drone strikes.

15 MIN2019 NOV 1
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Political Rhetoric with John Oddo

Machine Learning x Statistics with Larry Wasserman (Full Episode)

Larry Wasserman shares the many ways his high-dimensional statistics and machine learning research has intersected with fields like genetics and astronomy. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, Wasserman describes how frustration with computer punch cards led him to a major in statistics.

26 MIN2019 OCT 2
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Machine Learning x Statistics with Larry Wasserman (Full Episode)

Latest Episodes

Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 3: Current projects on Harriet Tubman and rice)

Edda Fields-Blackdiscusses her contemporary symphonic work “Casop: A Requiem for Rice,” which tells the story of enslaved laborers on rice plantations in Lowcountry South Carolina and Georgia. She also previews her upcoming book about an often-untold story about Harriet Tubman. The first woman to lead men into battle in a major U.S. military operation, Tubman recruited spies, scouts, and pilots who guided 150 African American Union soldiers to rescue more than 750 blacks enslaved on rice plantations in the Combahee River Raid during the Civil War.

9 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 3: Current projects on Harriet Tubman and rice)

Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 2: Tracing roots and visiting West Africa)

Edda Fields-Blackdiscusses her contemporary symphonic work “Casop: A Requiem for Rice,” which tells the story of enslaved laborers on rice plantations in Lowcountry South Carolina and Georgia. She also previews her upcoming book about an often-untold story about Harriet Tubman. The first woman to lead men into battle in a major U.S. military operation, Tubman recruited spies, scouts, and pilots who guided 150 African American Union soldiers to rescue more than 750 blacks enslaved on rice plantations in the Combahee River Raid during the Civil War.

11 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 2: Tracing roots and visiting West Africa)

Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 1: Creating and performing “Casop”)

Edda Fields-Blackdiscusses her contemporary symphonic work “Casop: A Requiem for Rice,” which tells the story of enslaved laborers on rice plantations in Lowcountry South Carolina and Georgia. She also previews her upcoming book about an often-untold story about Harriet Tubman. The first woman to lead men into battle in a major U.S. military operation, Tubman recruited spies, scouts, and pilots who guided 150 African American Union soldiers to rescue more than 750 blacks enslaved on rice plantations in the Combahee River Raid during the Civil War.

21 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Part 1: Creating and performing “Casop”)

Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Full Episode)

Edda Fields-Blackdiscusses her contemporary symphonic work “Casop: A Requiem for Rice,” which tells the story of enslaved laborers on rice plantations in Lowcountry South Carolina and Georgia. She also previews her upcoming book about an often-untold story about Harriet Tubman. The first woman to lead men into battle in a major U.S. military operation, Tubman recruited spies, scouts, and pilots who guided 150 African American Union soldiers to rescue more than 750 blacks enslaved on rice plantations in the Combahee River Raid during the Civil War.

41 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Taking History Off of the Shelf with Edda Fields-Black (Full Episode)

Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 3: IS Student Projects with Impact)

Jeria Quesenberrydiscusses her work on global diversity and inclusion issues in tech fields. She also highlights the Information Systems Program’s project-based courses for social good, which she describes as “the jewels in our crown.”

7 MIN2019 DEC 2
Comments
Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 3: IS Student Projects with Impact)

Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 2: Transitioning into Academia)

Jeria Quesenberrydiscusses her work on global diversity and inclusion issues in tech fields. She also highlights the Information Systems Program’s project-based courses for social good, which she describes as “the jewels in our crown.”

8 MIN2019 DEC 2
Comments
Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 2: Transitioning into Academia)

Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 1: Diversity and Inclusion in Tech)

Jeria Quesenberrydiscusses her work on global diversity and inclusion issues in tech fields. She also highlights the Information Systems Program’s project-based courses for social good, which she describes as “the jewels in our crown.”

19 MIN2019 DEC 2
Comments
Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Part 1: Diversity and Inclusion in Tech)

Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Full Episode)

Jeria Quesenberrydiscusses her work on global diversity and inclusion issues in tech fields. She also highlights the Information Systems Program’s project-based courses for social good, which she describes as “the jewels in our crown.”

33 MIN2019 DEC 2
Comments
Diversifying Tech Talent with Jeria Quesenberry (Full Episode)

Political Rhetoric with John Oddo

The Department of English’s John Oddo explores political rhetoric surrounding war with guest host and national columnist David Shribman, a scholar-in-residence at the Dietrich College. Oddo discusses his research on how the members of the media report on victims of drone strikes.

15 MIN2019 NOV 1
Comments
Political Rhetoric with John Oddo

Machine Learning x Statistics with Larry Wasserman (Full Episode)

Larry Wasserman shares the many ways his high-dimensional statistics and machine learning research has intersected with fields like genetics and astronomy. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, Wasserman describes how frustration with computer punch cards led him to a major in statistics.

26 MIN2019 OCT 2
Comments
Machine Learning x Statistics with Larry Wasserman (Full Episode)
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