Speaking in Hues
Speaking in Hues is an immersive narrative podcast entering its fourth season. The podcast seeks to amplify the stories of women of color and other minoritized persons who are trying to survive and thrive within the University of Virginia, the city of Charlottesville, and beyond. The production also seeks to address issues of equity, inclusion, diversity and justice. Podcast interns will work with the Assistant Director of Engaged Scholarship and devote approximately 6-10 hours a week (some weeks much less) researching episode topics, producing and editing the podcast, contacting potential guests, and editing audio. Applicants with audio editing and production experience are encouraged to apply.
Listen and subscribe to Speaking in Hues any time wherever you get your podcasts.
Typical Activities for Interns on this Team
- Research and scheduling
- Editing and production
Browse the Related Events and From the Blog items linked on this page to see examples of who's involved with this team and what they do.
More about Speaking in Hues
Speaking in Hues brings you the stories of women who are trying to survive and thrive within the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, and beyond. Listen in for immersive narrative and guest interviews that reveal what it’s like to navigate predominantly white spaces, in search of learning, growth, connection, and joy.
Show notes: Links to further information about the people you meet and the topics they discuss on Speaking in Hues are available in the post about each episode on https://iris.virginia.edu.
Know a woman of color at UVA that the Speaking in Hues team should interview? Thinking of a topic you'd love to hear covered in a future podcast episode? Please contact, Jaronda Miller-Bryant for more information.
Check out recent episodes below or browse them all here.