History on the Internet | Chris Gratien



139. End of Year 2013

In our final episode of our biggest year yet, we explain the importance of independent, open-access internet projects and answer the questions of CUNY-City College students about the podcast.





Chris Gratien is a doctoral candidate at Georgetown University studying the social and environmental history of the Ottoman Empire and modern Middle East (see academia.edu)
 


Comments

Adrian Chian said…
Thank you Chris for the invaluable advice! I've started my own podcast as well (https://www.facebook.com/chinahipster) and this talk about the internet got me thinking about copyright. I haven't gotten totally ad-free yet but that should be the goal. I am a big fan of the Ottoman History Podcast and it motivates me every day to become a better academic.

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