Into the Wilds

Engaging Local History at Clarion University and Beyond

Jeffrey Diamond | Marc Sanko

 

 

On episode 19 of the Beaver County History Podcast, we talk with Clarion University history professors Jeffrey Diamond and Marc Sanko about teaching history and using podcasting to creatively engage students and community members around local history at Clarion University and throughout the great northern region of Pennsylvania.  

Clarion Communications professor Matt Albright helps produce the “Stories from the Pennsylvania Wilds” podcast, which launched in March 2020.  The podcast draws in topics and guests of interest to the north west and central part of the state, including Erie, Warren, McKean, Potter, Tioga, Lycoming, Clinton, Elk, Cameron, Forest, Clearfield, Clarion, Jefferson and northern Centre counties.

 

 


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This episode was recorded September 29, 2020 in Clarion, Pennsylvania. Host: Kevin Farkas. Guests: Jeffrey Diamond, Marc Sanko. Audiography: Kevin Farkas. Photography: Mary Fogle Loveland. Music (available on SoundCloud.com): Old Scratched Vinyl (“02 Burning Alexandria), Grapefruit Clinton (“Blues Backing Track 1”). Other sounds: Intro from “Stories from the Pennsylvania Wilds (Episode 1). TSVP (“What is History Sound Montage”). ©℗ Beaver County History Podcast/The Social Voice Project, Inc. All rights reserved.

 


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