The University of Michigan Department of History has launched Reverb Effect, its first foray into the world of podcasting. Produced entirely in-house by current and recent graduate students, the show dives deep into the archives, shares amazing stories about the past, and talks with people who are making history now.
- Episode 1: Street Harassment, Then and Now: The simultaneously mundane, yet traumatic experience of being harassed on the street. (featuring Molly Brookfield and Stephanie Fajardo)
- Episode 2: Archive Magic: Uncovering Voices of the Past: Stories about the surprises of the archive—how living, breathing voices of subjects, historical and contemporary, can enrich our historical understanding. (featuring J. Martin Vest and Matt Villeneuve)
- Episode 3: Evidence of Absence: Lilli Segal, the KGB, and the AIDS Crisis: A look into the idea of fake news—how it spreads, and what do we do when it's actually fake? (featuring Johanna Folland, David Hutchinson, and David Spreen)