Casual conversations for the intellectually curious
We’re a podcast that firmly believes everything’s better with brunch. Or sometimes wine.
Before the pandemic, With a Side of Knowledge was the show that invited scholars, makers, and professionals out to brunch for informal conversations about their work, and we look forward to being that show again one day. But for now, we’re recording remotely to maintain physical distancing. New episodes are released every other Thursday and are about 30 minutes long.
We also host a monthly live event series called Research Uncorked at Ironhand Winebar in South Bend—except for right now, when we’re doing that virtually, too. Just like the podcast, each event features an informal interview with a leading scholar or scientist.
In this 12-minute mini-episode, Liz Harter, Notre Dame’s social media manager, joins us to celebrate her love of early 2000s pop music and the band whose breakup still stings: *NSYNC.
To celebrate the holiday season, we’re giving the gift of great books with five of our favorite author interviews we’ve ever done. It’s #HappyAuthorDays. (Get it? Like Happy Holidays?)
Watch Kirsten Martin, our guest for episode 4.7 about online privacy, give a talk at TEDx Charlottesville.