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The podcast about how knowledge gets known.

Publish My Book: Conducting a Market Analysis of Your Research to Lay the Groundwork for Your Book Proposal (Episode 3)

June 19, 2024

Conducting a Market Analysis of Your Research to Lay the Groundwork for Your Book Proposal

Avi Staiman
Hosted by Avi Staiman

In the third episode of Publish My Book, Avi dives into one of the most important stages of the publishing journey: writing the book proposal. Avi pos…

Publish My Book: Commercial Versus University Presses (Episode 2)

June 18, 2024

Commercial Versus University Presses

Avi Staiman
Hosted by Avi Staiman

In the second episode of Publish My Book, Avi Staiman explores how to determine if your research is best suited for a commercial or university press a…

Publish My Book: Key Tips to Identifying Your Target Publisher (Episode 1)

June 17, 2024

Key Tips to Identifying Your Target Publisher

Hosted by Avi Staiman

In the first episode of Publish My Book, Avi Staiman offers strategic tips for identifying your target publisher, including: understanding where other…

Building and Evaluating a Theory of Architectural Technical Debt in Software-intensive Systems

June 4, 2024

Building and Evaluating a Theory of Architectural Technical Debt in Software-intensive Systems

Roberto Verdecchia
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to this interview of Roberto Verdecchia, Assistant Professor at the Software Technologies Laboratory, University of Florence, Italy. We talk ab…

Methodology of Systematic Literature Studies in Software Engineering

June 2, 2024

Methodology of Systematic Literature Studies in Software Engineering

Marcos Kalinowski
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to this interview of Marcos Kalinowski, Associate Professor at the Department of Informatics, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro,…

Code Smell Detection by Deep Direct-Learning and Transfer-Learning

May 26, 2024

Code Smell Detection by Deep Direct-Learning and Transfer-Learning

Tushar Sharma
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to this interview of Tushar Sharma, assistant professor at Dalhousie University, Canada. We talk about his paper Code Smell Detection by Deep D…

Word Embeddings for Model-Driven Engineering

May 24, 2024

Word Embeddings for Model-Driven Engineering

José Antonio Hernández López and Jesús Sánchez Cuadrado
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to this interview of José Antonio Hernández López, postdoc in the Department of Computer and Information Science, Software and Systems, Linköpi…

Image as Form in a Transpositional Grammar: The Example of Photography

May 17, 2024

Image as Form in a Transpositional Grammar

Bill Cope, Mary Kalantzis, and John Jones
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to Episode No.10 of All We Mean, a Special Focus of this podcast. All We Mean is an ongoing discussion and debate about how we mean and why. Th…

"Did You Miss My Comment or What?": Understanding Toxicity in Open Source Discussions

May 11, 2024

"Did You Miss My Comment or What?"

Courtney Miller
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to this interview of Courtney Miller, PhD student in Software Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. We talk about her paper "Did You Miss …

The Scientific Attitude

May 7, 2024

The Scientific Attitude

Lee McIntyre
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to this interview of Lee McIntyre, Research Fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science (Boston University) and Senior Advisor f…

Stephen R. O'Sullivan, "The Comic Book as Research Tool: Creative Visual Research for the Social Sciences" (de Gruyter, 2023)

April 13, 2024

The Comic Book as Research Tool

Stephen R. O'Sullivan
Hosted by Elizabeth Woock

The Comic Book as Research Tool: Creative Visual Research for the Social Sciences (de Gruyter, 2023) contributes to a growing body of work celebrating…

John Bond, "The Little Guide to Getting Your Book Published" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2023)

April 6, 2024

The Little Guide to Getting Your Book Published

John Bond
Hosted by Deidre Tyler

The Little Guide to Getting Your Book Published (Rowman & Littlefield, 2023) takes prospective authors from idea to draft manuscript to published book…

Collaborate to Research, Collaborate to Partner, Collaborate to Mentor

April 5, 2024

Collaborate to Research, Collaborate to Partner, Collaborate to Mentor

Rajkumar Buyya
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to this interview of Rajkumar Buyya, Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor, University of Melbourne, and Director there too of the Cloud Comput…

Use Your Writing to Know Your Research

April 4, 2024

Use Your Writing to Know Your Research

Claire Le Goues
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to this interview of Claire Le Goues, Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. We talk about writin…

Stylish Academic Writing: A Discussion with Helen Sword

April 4, 2024

Stylish Academic Writing

Helen Sword

Today’s book is: Stylish Academic Writing (Harvard UP, 2012), by Helen Sword, which dispels the myth that you only get published by writing wordy, imp…

Getting Your Work Read Is As Hard As Getting It Written

April 3, 2024

Getting Your Work Read Is As Hard As Getting It Written

Diomidis Spinellis
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to this interview of Diomidis Spinellis, Professor of Software Engineering, Athens University of Economics and Business, and as well Professor …

Emma Frances Bloomfield, "Science V. Story: Narrative Strategies for Science Communicators" (U California Press, 2024)

March 30, 2024

Science V. Story

Emma Frances Bloomfield
Hosted by Daniel Shea

Listen to this interview of Emma Frances Bloomfield, Associate Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. We talk abou…

Cathryn M. Copper, "The Experimental Library: A Guide to Taking Risks, Failing Forward, and Creating Change" (ALA Editions, 2023)

March 30, 2024

The Experimental Library

Cathryn M. Copper
Hosted by Jen Hoyer

Using techniques garnered from startups and quickly evolving technology companies, in The Experimental Library: A Guide to Taking Risks, Failing Forwa…

On Bloomsbury's "Object Lessons" Series: A Discussion with Christopher Schaberg

March 25, 2024

On Bloomsbury's "Object Lessons" Series

Christopher Schaberg
Hosted by Miranda Melcher

Object Lessons is a series of concise, collectable, beautifully designed books about the hidden lives of ordinary things. Each book starts from a spec…

John Warner on Teaching Writing in the Age of Generative AI

March 25, 2024

Teaching Writing in the Age of Generative AI

John Warner
Hosted by Lee Vinsel

Peoples & Things host Lee Vinsel talks with writer and editor John Warner, who taught writing at the college level for more than twenty years. Warner …