New podcast episode out! 

New podcast episode out!

You can listen here, or on most other major podcast curators (e.g., Apple, Google, Spotify)

In this episode, I interview Rachel Taylor about her past research studying trance/possession rituals in African Diaspora religions and neo-paganism and Heathenry and her current career as a senior principle organizational change consultant at Collaborative Solutions (which, by the way, is hiring; We talked about loving academia but also knowing its reality, and about the importance of learning how the world works.

Transcription updated.

Off Campus is a podcast that interviews PhDs or almost-PhDs from humanities fields who currently work in alternative-to-academia careers. By listening to their stories, this podcast aims to shed light on life beyond the academe, what scholarship can do in the broader world, as well as how graduate training in the humanities helps or fails to help us prepare for the path off campus. More about the podcast here:

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