EH Out Loud

The podcast where we investigate how technology mediates what it means to be human.

About EH Out Loud

EH Out Loud is the podcast where we investigate how technology mediates what it means to be human. Produced by the Center for Experimental Humanities at Bard College, EH Out Loud is the audio extension of research and exploration being done by students, staff, and faculty at the Center. Each season draws upon major projects, themes, and topics in our work and gives us the opportunity to interview a wide array of guests and Bard community members in hopes of expanding existing conversations.


Season One: Vultures

For our inaugural series, we’re bringing you Vulture Season. The first three episodes focus on interspecies entanglements from local, global, and technological perspectives. Our last episode features EH course, Woman as Cyborg, taught Maria Sachiko Cecire.


Season Two: Sound

Season two features episodes from the Experimental Humanities Sound Cluster and highlights student work generated in EH cross-listed courses. Created in 2014, the Sound Cluster brings together faculty and staff from across all divisions to share scholarship and creative work that centers on questions of sound and technology. Group members present and critique sound-related works-in-progress, discuss scholarly work, and engage in co-teaching and collaborative projects.

Our last episode features EH alumna Anne Comer ’19, who guides us through her senior project research on Ward Manor.

Season Three: Bard Beyond Borders

For season three we bring you Bard Beyond Borders, your gateway to the vibrant world of international student experiences at Bard with host, Maha Abdulwahab.

Episode four, “Culture Brokers and Invisible Labor,” features students in an OSUN online course taught by Laura Kunreuther. Our last episode brings you EH alumna Anna Spirochova ’24, who shares with us her EH senior project, different city.

Season 1, Episode 0: Intro

A quick introduction to EH Out Loud!

For a full episode transcript, click here.