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The Sociologist's Dojo Podcast

May 22, 2023


On this month's episode of The Sociologist's Dojo Podcast we are talking about Henry VIII, and his many wives with the 2007 show The Tutors. Guest Bre Crosby takes us through the depictions and various anacronisms of the Showtime series. We also talk about misogyny, historical fiction, a lack of sex communication and...

Apr 21, 2023

This month on The Sociologist's Dojo Podcast, we are traveling to Westeros. The host is joined by Sociologist Dr. Simone Kolysh author of Everyday Violence: The Public Harassment of Women and LGBTQ People to talk the Game of Thrones prequel Series: "House of the Dragon". After an engrossing conversation about Dr....

Mar 25, 2023

On this Month's Episode, Dr. Rebecca Gibson returns to talk about Margaret Atwood's speculatively "fictional" dystopia: "The Handmaid Tale" Franchise. We talk how the adaptation(s) is a reflection of historical events, cogent to current events, and a possible oracle for the future. Get ready for a discussion...

Feb 20, 2023

On this month's guestless episode of the podcast, the host gives a "State of Cinema" address covering the 2023 Oscar Nominations , the ongoing tension between popular and Independent cinema and the purpose of the theatrical experience. 

Prepare for what could be the most pretentious episode yet!


Production Notes 

Jan 21, 2023

On this month's episode of The Sociologist's Dojo, return guest Dr. Ea Madrigal and I compare Nightmare Alley(s). We talk the historical and social differences between the 1947 Classic directed by Edmund Goulding, and the 2021 Remake by Guillermo del Toro.  The Conversation includes discussions of "What makes a Geek",...