Bonus Episodes

Now available! Bonus Episode: Confronting biases in the workplace

The newest bonus episode is finally here! Bonus Episode: Confronting biases in the workplace Addressing intersectionality, diversity, and identity are becoming more important in the workplace, especially when it comes to multicultural group dynamics, and how, as people, we approach the work environment. In this bonus episode with anthropologist, Helidth Ravenholm, she discusses her role… Continue reading Now available! Bonus Episode: Confronting biases in the workplace

Bonus Episodes

Patron-only Special release: Italy’s decision not to tear down statues, with Dr Hannes Obermair

How do we deal with preserving memory when the historical past can be so controversial? In this Patreon-only special release (recorded in August 2021), Dr Hannes Obermair from EURAC Research gives us his perspectives on the role of statues and how South Tyrol’s decision to preserve its Fascist (and Nazi) past led to the creation… Continue reading Patron-only Special release: Italy’s decision not to tear down statues, with Dr Hannes Obermair

Bonus Episodes

Bonus Episode (Now Available!): Cuban Identity as it relates to Dark Food

This month on the Coffee & Cocktails® Podcast, we discuss the concept of ‘dark food’, and how like ‘dark tourism’, it is directly linked to consumption and how identities are forged by making sense of the past through present-day cultural memories. In this Patron-only bonus episode with Alessandra Pino (Allie Pino), co-author of A Gothic Cookbook,… Continue reading Bonus Episode (Now Available!): Cuban Identity as it relates to Dark Food

Episodes

Episode 35: ‘Sexuality in Ancient Rome’ now available!

When Pompeii was first excavated in the 18th century, the individuals involved in the re-discovery of this coastal town were surprised (or dare I say ‘shocked’) to discover the massive array of erotic male (and female) genitalia scattered throughout the ancient establishment. Considered taboo and eventually locked away into Pompeii’s now famous, ‘Secret Cabinet’, this… Continue reading Episode 35: ‘Sexuality in Ancient Rome’ now available!

Episodes

Early Release: Sexuality in Ancient Rome & Pompeii’s Secret Cabinet

On Patreon the Coffee & Cocktails® Podcast Podcast has posted this month’s early release of our newest episode on ‘Sexuality in Ancient Rome & Pompeii’s Secret Cabinet’ as part of our ‘Controversies and Contraband series’. For this episode we spoke with Australia’s favourite Ancient Historians, Dr Fiona Radford and Dr Peta Greenfield, hosts of The Partial Historians… Continue reading Early Release: Sexuality in Ancient Rome & Pompeii’s Secret Cabinet

Workshops

Workshop: Tips for teaching in higher education

This workshop through the Coffee & Cocktails® Podcast is a *must see* for students and Early Career Researchers working their way into higher education. With casual contracts at an all-time high, many soon-to-be academics completing their studies have little-to-no professional training when it comes to teaching university students. In this one-hour talk, educational and teaching professionals, Dr Carrie… Continue reading Workshop: Tips for teaching in higher education

Episodes

Ep. 34: Travel photography, power, and post-colonialism

In this episode, lecturer in Pakistan Studies, Sonia Gulzeb Abbasi, takes us through a tour of the background history of travel photography in the Middle East and Africa and its potential link to modern day notions of power and post-colonialism. Nowadays a very common motif for bloggers on social media sites like Instagram, she advises… Continue reading Ep. 34: Travel photography, power, and post-colonialism

Workshops

Upcoming LIVE Workshop on Teaching in Higher Education

The academic podcast, Coffee & Cocktails®, is hosting an online 1-hour workshop on Saturday, February 5th at 17:00 GMT on ‘Tips and Tricks for Effective Teaching in Higher Education’. Our guest speakers include Associate Professor of Education at Pepperdine University (California, USA) Dr Carrie Birmingham, and Lecturer in Social Anthropology at SOAS, University of London,… Continue reading Upcoming LIVE Workshop on Teaching in Higher Education

Bonus Episodes

Bonus Episode: Experiencing the Uncanny: the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic

https://soundcloud.com/coffeeandcocktails/bonus-episode-experiencing-the-uncanny-the-museum-of-witchcraft-and-magic As promised, Dr Helen Cornish (Goldsmiths, London) is back to discuss the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in Boscastle, Cornwall. In her talk she explores how contemporary witches navigate the ‘unfamiliar’ by experiencing the uncanny through magical consciousness as part of their occult practice. By focusing on St Nectan’s Glen, the labyrinth of Rocky… Continue reading Bonus Episode: Experiencing the Uncanny: the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic

Bonus Episodes

Guest Talk: Italy’s decision not to tear down statues, with Dr Hannes Obermair

*Now available* Guest Talk: Italy's decision not to tear down statues, with Dr Hannes Obermair How do we deal with preserving memory when the historical past can be so controversial? In this Patreon-only guest talk for the Coffee & Cocktails® Podcast, Dr Hannes Obermair from Eurac Research gives us his perspectives on the role of statues and how… Continue reading Guest Talk: Italy’s decision not to tear down statues, with Dr Hannes Obermair