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Carnegie Mellon University Libraries Introduces an Oral History Podcast

Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) libraries launched the first season of the weekly Cut Pathways podcast, which was developed by CMU’s Oral History Program and draw on its archives. Program director and university archivist Katherine Barbera and production assistant David Bernabo will share hosting duties for the three-episode season, which begins on June 29. It will be available on all major podcasting platforms.

“The podcast will showcase different pathways that students and faculty follow to navigate their experiences in higher education,” a CMU libraries spokesperson shares in a press release sent to media outlets. “Conversations and discussions take an honest look at higher education, exploring themes of culture, equality, and access to education, as well as catalytic points of personal growth, technological innovation, and creative development. Each recorded history is full of funny anecdotes, follies, triumphs, hidden connections, and, occasionally, in-the-moment realizations.”

For more information, read this tweet and the announcement from CMU.



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