Monthly Archives: July 2022

Joycean Day Drinking

I guested on a podcast called tipsyturvy Ulysses, and I had a lot of fun drinking a cocktail in the afternoon and chattering about James Joyce’s Ulysses, a book I have not read.

You might wonder why I would guest on a podcast about a book I never read, and you would be right to wonder. tipsyturvy Ulysses is for people who have not read Ulysses but would like to take the plunge into the infuriating book, and the section of the book which takes place in a library made the hosts think of me.

Okay, that’s not the only reason they asked me. These hosts, Eric and Wendy, have also had me in each of their classrooms to teach podcast composition, a one-shot instruction session I’ve developed for the ENGL1101 and 1102 classes; in this episode, they blame/credit me with planting the seed for their own podcast.

cf. Lost in the Stacks, Episode 513: How To Read A Book In Which Nothing Happens

Lost in the Stacks, Episode 524: Tickets and Tunnels

Guest: Anu Moorthy of the Georgia Tech Library.

First broadcast July 15 2022.

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Anu Moorthy, the new Electronic Resources Librarian at the Georgia Tech Library, discusses the ups and downs of her job.

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Lost in the Stacks, Episode 523: A Material Method for Mental Health

Guest: Mitsuko Ito of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech

First broadcast July 8 2022.

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A discussion of tapping, a mental-calming technique.

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Lost in the Stacks, Episode 522: The Library of Parliament (Happy Canada Day!)

Guest: Jamila Hastick, Electronic Services Librarian, Library of Parliament

It’s Canada Day! Guest Jamila Hastick talks about what it’s like to work as a librarian in the Canadian Library of Parliament/Bibliothèque du Parlement.

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