Food, literature, and pop culture contain important messages about our simultaneous repulsion toward and fascination with what we deem “other.” In this episode, we dig into immigrant meals, explore the appeal of zombies, and reflect on the messages of the Twilight Zone.
About our guests
Our guests are Ed Comentale, a professor of English and the associated vice provost for arts and humanities on campus, Vivian Halloran, a professor of English and American studies, and Steve Krahnke, a senior lecturer in The Media School and director of national program development for WTIU.
Diversity, Difference, Otherness Podcast was made possible by:
Faculty guests: Ed Comentale, Justin Garcia, Vivian Halloran, Steve Krahnke Jane McLeod, Dina Okamoto, Heather Reynolds; host and editor Hannah Boomershine; technical producer Jon Pieczynski; music by Kyle Schardt; Paul Gutjahr, associate dean for Arts and Humanities and Undergraduate Education; Tracy Bee, director of Academic Initiatives, College of Arts and Sciences; Themester 2017 Faculty Advisory Committee; The College of Arts + Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington.